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Anatomy of a curriculum vitae

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Anatomy of a curriculum vitae

  1. 1. CAREER CENTER Anatomy of a Curriculum Vitae http://www.studentaffairs.duke.edu/career/cvguide Name Contact Information Research / Teaching Interests (optional) Education Research Experience / Assistantship Projects under review and in progress Publications (Refereed, Under Review, Submitted To, Forthcoming/In Process) Books, Chapters, Reviews Journal Articles Columns and Guest Blogging Invited talks (lectures, presentations) Conference Presentations / Poster Sessions Media Contributions (interviewed or quoted in media – NY Times/CNN) Teaching Experience / Assistantships Lecturer, adjunct, associate instructor etc. Instructor of Record / Instructor with Sole Responsibility, Institution, Class name and number, number of students, semester, year Advising Mentoring Tutoring Service to: Profession i.e. Manuscript Reviewer for Scholarly Publications/Conferences University Level Departmental Level, University, or School Level Community Honors Awards External Funding / Fellowships / Grants Professional Experience Leadership Internships Skills: Technical, Computer, Language, Other Certifications Memberships / Affiliations CV’s are frequently longer than resumes, since they emphasize academic achievements. The organizational order should align with the needs of the employer and may vary within disciplines. www.studentaffairs.duke.edu/career

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