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  1. 1. Career Center Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 Curriculum Vitae - CV Collection Index Quick Comparison: CV vs. Resume Example CV - Curriculum Vitae CV Samples • PhD CV - Anthropology Faculty • PhD CV - Biotechnology • PhD CV - Ecology Faculty • PhD CV - English Faculty • PhD CV - Market Consulting • PhD CV - Postdoctoral Research • PhD CV - Religion Faculty
  2. 2. Career CenterQuick Comparison: CV vs. Resume Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 CV Resume Goal • To obtain an academic position or grant • To obtain a non-academic job Audience • Fellow academics • Potential non-academic employers • Networking contacts Structure • Text-rich, narrative style • Minimal text supported by achievement-oriented bullets Content • Complete history of your academic pursuits, including academic research, teaching, awards, and service • Tailored to highlight your fit with a specific job/ department/ institution • OR • Tailored to highlight your ability to conduct research aligning with funding agency needs • Snapshot of your most relevant skills and experience • Tailored to highlight your fit with a specific job/ firm/ industry Length • Flexible; as long as neccesary to tell your story • Typically 3-4 pages for doctoral candidates • Typically 1-3 pages for master’s candidates • Limited to 2 pages • Typically 2 pages for doctoral candidates • Typically 1 page for master’s candidates Unnecessary Info • Activities outside of the core academic pursuits of research, teaching, and service • Anything not relevant to the role/ function/ industry for which you are applying; e.g., unabridged lists of publications, presentations, conferences attended, courses taught • Career objective • Personal statement • References
  3. 3. JAMES TIBERIUS PICARD Curriculum Vitae 823 Chapel Hill Rd. Durham, NC 27708 (919) 555-3494 jtc@duke.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. in Social Psychology, Duke University, Expected: May 2013 Formal Concentration: Quantitative Psychology Dissertation: Complexity tolerance: Psychological effects of cognitive/social flexibility (Advisor: Dr. John W. McSimpkins) Ph.D. in Biology, Duke University, Expected: May 2013 Major Area: Neurobiology Dissertation: Corticosterone accelerates hypoxia- and cyanide-induced ATP loss in cultured hippocampal astrocytes (Advisor: Dr. Nigel Weigand) M.A. in Social Psychology, Duke University, August 2010 Thesis: The effects of order: Social implications of informational transmission (Advisor: Dr. John W. McSimpkins) B.A. in Psychology and Biology, summa cum laude, University of Notre Dame, May 2008 AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, & GRANTS Sumner Excellence in Neurobiology Award (2012) Travel Grant for Conference Presentation, awarded by Duke Social Psychology program, Spring 2012 ($200); Fall 2010 ($200); Spring 2010 ($200); Spring 2009 ($250) Teaching Recognition, Duke Psychology and Neuroscience Department, Spring 2012; Fall 2011; Fall 2010 Preparing Future Faculty Fellow, Duke University Graduate School, 2010-2011 National Science Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, 2009-2011 ($90,000) Graduate Mentor Support Grant, awarded by Duke University Office of Undergraduate Research, 2010 ($500); 2008 ($500) Rhodes Scholarship Finalist (2008) Example CV - Curriculum Vitae Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708
  4. 4. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 PUBLICATIONS Picard, J. T., & Weigand, N. (in press) Corticosterone accelerates hypoxia- and cyanide-induced ATP loss in cultured hippocampal astrocytes. Brain Research, 482:153-158. Picard, J. T. (in press). The effect of order: Social Implications of informational transmission. Social Psychology Bulletin, 41, 234-241. Picard, J. T., & McSimpkins, J. W. (2012). Understanding the past by looking into the future. Psychological Inquiry, 66, 1-21. Picard, J. T., Hong, S., Anderson, R, & Weigand, N. (2011) Corticosterone exacerbates hypoxic and hypoglycemic hippocampal injury in vitro: biochemical correlates and a role for astrocytes. Journal of Neurochemistry, 48:139-148. McSimpkins, J. W., & Picard, J. T. (2011). Reframing past events: The lack of learning and its implications on future actions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 78, 453-480. Hall, G. S., Wong, C., Picard, J. T., & Saku, K. (2010). Cognitive learning varies based on emotional state. Emotion, 34, 330-345. McSimpkins, J. W., Popus, A. L., Yang, F. H., & Picard, J. T. (2009). Social judgments of ease in recall of familiar faces. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 23, 1020-1033. Campbell, C. Jr., Wainwright, T., Packard, D., Picard, J. T., Naylor, M., & Weigand, N. (2008) Glucocorticoids inhibit glucose transport and glutamate uptake in hippocampal astro-cytes: implications for glucocorticoid neurotoxicity. Journal of Neurochemistry, 42: 1322-1327. MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW Picard, J. T., Saku, K., Wong, C., Hemadi, A., & Hall, G. S. Positive emotions and the effect on cognitive learning. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Jenkins, J., Picard, J. T., & Hall, G. S. (2012). Can negative emotions spur on positive emotions? Poster presented at the Duke University Psychology and Neuroscience Department Honors Poster Session, Duke, NC. Picard, J. T. (2012). Event order does matter: Social implications of informational transmission. Poster presented at the 13th annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychologists, San Diego, CA. Doby, P., Picard, J. T., & Hall, G. S. (2011). Positive emotions and others. Poster presented at the 10th annual Duke University Research Day, Durham, NC. Example CV - cont.
  5. 5. Picard, J. T., & McSimpkins, J. W. (2011). Does order matter? Rethinking order effects. Poster presented at the 12th annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychologists, San Antonio, TX. Picard, J. T., & McSimpkins, J. W. (2011). Reframing past events: The lack of learning and its implications on future actions. Poster presented at the 6th annual Judgment and Decision Making Pre-Conference before the SPSP meeting, San Antonio, TX. Picard, J. T., & Hall, G. S. (2010). Positive Emotions and the effect on cognitive learning. Poster presented at 33rd annual Meeting of the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists, Charleston, SC. Picard, J. T., Popus, A. L., & McSimpkins, J. W. (2010). Understanding the past by looking into the future. Poster presented at the 11th annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychologists, Las Vegas, NV. Popus, A. L., Picard, J. T., McSimpkins, J. W., & Yang, F. H. (2010). Social election-based changes in perception over time. Poster presented at the 11th annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychologists, Las Vegas, NV. Picard, J. T., Popus, A. L., McSimpkins, J. W., & Yang, F. H. (2009). Reinstating ease of retrieval in subjective experiences. Poster presented at the 10th annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychologists, Tampa, FL. Popus, A. L., Picard, J. T., McSimpkins, J. W., & Yang, F. H. (2009). Ease of retrieval in past judgments and the effects on subjective perception. Poster presented at the 10th annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychologists, Tampa, FL. Popus, A. L., Picard, J. T., & McSimpkins, J. W. (2008). Ease of retrieval in past judgments. Poster presented at 30th annual Meeting of the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists, Durham, NC. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Teaching Fellow, Introduction to Social Psychology; Introduction to Biology, Duke University Fall 2008–Present (9 semesters) • Designed and taught independent sections of two different undergraduate courses (45 students per semester). • Established course objectives and effectively communicated through use of lectures, discussion, multimedia presentations, and in-class activities. Research Advisor, Independent Research in Psychology, Duke University Fall 2008–Present (8 semesters) • Directly supervised undergraduate research assistants and undergraduate honors thesis. • Coordinated lab meetings, assigned research tasks, and mentored students (2 students per semester). Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 Example CV - cont.
  6. 6. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 Social Science Faculty Applicant (Anthropology) Duke University Center for Demographic Studies, Durham, NC 27708 (615) 123-4567 ssfa@duke.edu EDUCATION Pennsylvania State University, Department of Cultural Anthropology, College Park, PA Ph.D. Anthropology, 2004 Thesis: "Parental and Grandparental Investment of Asian Americans in Tacoma, WA" Advisor: Professor Grace Qi Pennsylvania State University, Department of Anthropology, College Park, PA M.A. Anthropology, 2001 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI B.A. Physical Anthropology and Zoology, 1999 FELLOWSHIPS Duke University, National Institute on Aging Research Fellowship in Medical Demography, Demography, Population Epidemiology, and Economics of Aging, 2004-06 Pennsylvania State University, National Institute on Aging Predissertation Fellowship in Gerontology, 1999-01 TEACHING INTERESTS Biological anthropology, demography, quantitative methodology, aging, intergenerational relations, reproductive strategies, Asian Americans RESEARCH/TEACHING EXPERIENCE Duke University Center for Demographic Studies, Durham, NC Postdoctoral Research Associate, 2004-06 Analyzed data from Hawaiian censuses over time to study the living arrangements of the elderly in urban and rural settings. Produced descriptive statistics and performed logistic regression models using SAS and STATA. Managed inconsistent coding across census databases. Genealogical Database Project, Tacoma, WA Field Research Assistant, 2000-01 Pennsylvania State University, Department of Anthropology, College Park, PA Instructor, Spring/Summer 2000 Conducted freshman seminar in Biological Anthropology. Designed course around key issues in behavioral, ecological, and paleontological fieldwork and laboratory experiments in morphology and embryology. Supervised two undergraduate summer research interns at the Duke Primate Center. See attached syllabus. PUBLICATIONS Applicant, S.S. and Kyoto, G. (2004) "Intergenerational relations in an Asian American community," The Gerontologist 36, 147-155. Sample: PhD CV - Anthropology Faculty
  7. 7. PhD CV: Anthropology Faculty - cont. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 PRESENTATIONS "Grandparental investment among Asian Americans: an evolutionary perspective," Gerontological Society of America, Boston, MA, 2004 SKILLS Chinese; SAS.SPSS-X, BMDP; PCspreadsheet programs: Paradox, Reflex, Quatro
  8. 8. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 INDUSTRY RESEARCH APPLICANT (Biology) Stanford University, Department of Biological Sciences, Box 1234, Palo Alto, CA 94305, (415) 639-7000 67B Sequoia Drive, Palo Alto, CA 94309, (415) 326-1020, sra@harris.stanford.edu EDUCATION Stanford University, Department of Biological Sciences, Palo Alto, CA Ph.D. Biological Sciences Major Area: Neurobiology 2006 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY Summer Coursework: Imaging the Nervous System and Human Molecular Neurobiology, Summer 1998, 2001 Haverford College, Haverford, PA B.A. Biology 1998 HONORS AND AFFILIATIONS National Science Foundation Pre-doctoral Fellowship (2004-2006), Society for Neuroscience member (2001-present), International Brain Research Organization member (2005-2006) TECHNICAL EXPERTISE Extracellular recording from brain slices, including use of ion-selective microelectrodes; whole- cell patch clamp recording in isolated neurons and brain tissue slices, confocal fluorescence imaging in neuronal cells, primary neuronal and glial cell culture, in vivo models of cerebral schemia in both rats and gerbils, cerebral microdialysis and HPLC amino-acid analysis, recombinant DNA, RNA, and protein analysis. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Stanford University, Department of Biological Sciences, Palo Alto, CA Graduate Fellow, 2001-2006 Examined effects of pH on hypoxic neuronal injury and spreading depression in rodent hippocampal slices; monitored field potentials and extracellular shifts in selected ions during hypotaxia. Studied changes in evoked responses in post-ischemic gerbil hippocampal slices maintained in vitro using a carotid occulsion model of ischemia. Characterized effects of pH on voltage-gated ion currents in acutely dissociated hippocampal neurons. Combined whole-cell recordings in isolated hippocampal neurons/ tissue slices with confocal fluorescence imaging of intracellular pH. Laboratory of Nel Weigand. Monsanto Company, Molecular Genetics Division, St. Louis, MO Research Biologist, 1998-2001 Studied structure-function relationships of human tissue plasminogen activator (tPA). Used site- directed mutagenesis to generate cDNA variants. Expressed recombinant tPAs in cultured mammalian cells and performed in vitro and in vivo assays to detect modified enzyme activity or half-life. Sample: PhD CV - Biotechnology
  9. 9. PhD CV - Biotechnology - cont. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 PUBLICATIONS Articles: Applicant, R, Weigand, N. (2002) Corticosterone accelerates hypoxia- and cyanide-induced ATP loss in cultured hippocampal astrocytes. Brain Research, 482:153-158. Applicant, R., Hong, S., Anderson, R, and Weigand, N. (2004) Corticosterone exacerbates hypoxic and hypoglycemic hippocampal injury in vitro: biochemical correlates and a role for astrocytes. Journal of Neurochemistry, 48:139-148. Campbell, C. Jr., Wainwright, T., Packard, D., Applicant, R., Naylor, M., Weigand, N. (2003) Glucocorticoids inhibit glucose transport and glutamate uptake in hippocampal astro-cytes: implications for glucocorticoid neurotoxicity. Journal of Neurochemistry, 42: 1322-1327. BookChapter: Weigand, N., Holsti, R., Puckett D., Candidate R. (2002) Stress and glucocorticoids in aging, in Seimer, L., ed., Endocrinology and Metabolism Clinics of North America: Endocrinology and Aging. Saunders, Philadelphia, pp. 304-320.
  10. 10. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 Faculty Applicant (Environmental Engineering) Environmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN 37023 555-574-1244, fja@orlabs.com EDUCATION The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Public Health, Chapel Hill, NC PhD Environmental Sciences and Engineering 2005 Area of Specialization: Population Ecology Thesis: “Foraging behavior with short and long-range movement in heterogeneous environments” Advisor: Dr. Jim Jenk Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois MS Biological Sciences 1999 BA Integrated Science, with honors 1993 AWARDS and HONORS Cracheter Postdoctoral Fellowship, US Department of Engineering 2005-present ARCS Foundation Fellowship 2003-2005 National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship 2000-2003 Phi Beta Kappa 1993 RESEARCH INTERESTS • Theoretical and field study of ecological communities • The roles that spatial patterns and processes play in shaping communities • How populations and processes acting on different spatio-temporal scales affect the behavior of ecological systems • Influences of disturbance size and frequency on landscape structure RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Oak Ridge National Laboratory Environmental Sciences Division Postdoctoral Fellow 2005-present Develop quantitative theory of hierarchical structure in ecological systems. Analyze how ecological communities reflect environmental heterogeneity at different scales. Conduct numerical study of foraging behavior with short and long-range movement in heterogeneous environments. Research Advisor: Dr. Stan H. Smith University of North Carolina School of Public Health, Department of Environmental Sciences PhD Candidate 2002-2005 Conducted theoretical analysis of spatial scale and environmental heterogeneity in models of predator-prey communities. Performed analytical and numerical analysis to show how species interactions can sharpen underlying environmental patterns and how heterogeneous environments can stabilize predator and prey populations. Engineering Research Advisor: Dr. Jim Jenk Northwestern University, Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Cell Biology Undergraduate Honors Researcher 1993 Investigated primary events of bacterial photosynthesis. Isolated and performed spectral analysis of photosynthetic reaction centers. Research Advisor: Dr. Peter Hawk Sample: PhD CV - Ecology Faculty
  11. 11. PhD CV - Ecology Faculty - cont. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 Applicant, page 2 PUBLICATIONS and PRESENTATIONS Phillips,S and FJC. 2005. Cowbird predation on starlings and swallows: attack and interspecific defense, Avia 90:503-505. FJA and J Randolph. 2004. Avian predation on Anolis lizards in the northeastern Caribbean: an inter-island contrast, Ecology 70:617-628. FJA and J Randolph. Predation across spatial scales in heterogeneous environments, Theoretical Population in Biology ( in press Elsevier). FJA and F Green. Species interactions in space, symposium paper presented at the 2003 meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Chadwick, ME ( submitted for publication to Ecology ). REVIEWER The American Ornithologist Backyard Birder TEACHING EXPERIENCE University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Nature Education Seminar, Chapel Hill, NC Instructor, Ecosystems Ecology 2002-2004 Lectured 20 students on ecology and led weekend hikes to learn animal tracking and wilderness skills. Stanford University, Department of Biology, Palo Alto, CA Co-Instructor, Biology of Birds 1996-1997 Conducted a weekly help session, graded tests and homework, assisted in designing tests, co- lectured, and led field trips to the Palo Alto Baylands Nature Preserve. Core Biology Laboratory Teaching Assistant, Population Ecology 1995 Taught ecology lab sessions and led discussion sections. UNIVERSITY SERVICE UNC-CH Keep Carolina Green Coalition Founder and Tour Guide 2002-2005 Conducted botanical tours of the UNC campus, emphasizing native plants and how they are endangered by traffic and construction. Recruited over 50 new members and successfully applied for funds from the UNC Student Government, thereby ensuring the Coalition’s continuity. Northwestern Students for a Better Environment President and Member 1994-1999 Organized student rallies, raised funds for radio and television ads, and initiated a letter-writing campaign to the state legislature which resulted in protection of endangered Picotee Lake wetlands. COMMUNITY SERVICE Animal Protection Society of NC, Volunteer Dog Trainer 2002 Habitat for Humanity, Volunteer 2000-2001 Food Bank of Central Illinois, Volunteer 1999
  12. 12. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 HUMANITIES FACULTY APPLICANT (English) Home Address: Departmental Address: 4820 Darling Road University Writing Program Durham, NC 27705 Duke University (919) 489-2056 Bell Tower #3, Box 90025 Durham, NC 27708-0025hfa@duke.edu CURRENT ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT Duke University, University Writing Program, Durham, NC Senior Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow (2005--) Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow (2003-2004) Visiting Adjunct Professor (2002-2003) EDUCATION University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of English, Chapel Hill, NC Ph.D. English (2002) Major: Nineteenth-century British literature Minor: The novel Dissertation: Keeping the Peace: Detective Fiction and the British Imperialist Project, 1844-1939 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of English M.A. English (1993) Thesis Title: “Mothers, Lovers, and Vampires: Lamia Imagery in Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Aurora Leigh” Connecticut College, New London, CT B.A. cum laude in English (1988) AWARDS AND HONORS National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar. Participated in “The Re-making of Charles Dickens: Crisis and Transformation, 1857-1861,” University of California, Santa Cruz, (2004) Mellon Grant–Duke University, Competitive grant awarded to facilitate the pursuit of promising research (2004) Senior Fellowship Award (UNC) Competitive award for teaching and academic excellence (2000-2001) Nominated for Tanner Award (UNC) University-wide award for teaching and scholarly excellence. Nominees chosen by English department (2000) W. Bruce Lea Scholarship Award (UNC) Competitive department-wide award for facilitating scholarship outside the department (1999) Award for Technology in the Classroom (UNC) Competitive, campus-wide award for innovative use of technology (1997) RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS: Victorian literature, historical and cultural studies, colonial and post-colonial theory, genre studies, history of science, trans-Atlantic literature Sample: PhD CV - English Faculty
  13. 13. PhD CV - English Faculty - cont. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 PUBLICATIONS “Gender, Race, and Criminal Witchcraft: The Ideology behind The Sorceress of the Strand,” ELT: English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 45:1 (January, 2002). 176-194. “L.T. Meade” and ‘”The Hammer of God” by G.K. Chesterton,’ entries in Companion to the British Short Story. New York: Facts on File (2006). Under review: “Charles Dickens’s ‘Hunted Down’ and the Failure of Physiognomy” “Delineating the Savage Within: Cultural Shifts and Empire in Arthur Conan Doyle and G.K. Chesterton” SELECTED CONFERENCE PAPERS AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS “Dickens, Pen, and Poison: Weapons of Empire in the Shorter Fiction” Colloquium presentation at the National Endowment for the Humanities summer seminar, Santa Cruz, CA (July 2004) “Complicating Race: Phantom Miscegenation in ‘Midnight in Beauchamp Row’” presented at the Northeastern MLA, Boston, MA (March 2003) “Locating the Savage Within: The Exotic Meets the Domestic in G.K. Chesterton’s ‘The Wrong Shape’” presented at the Twentieth-Century Literature conference, Louisville, KY (February 2003) “The Faceless Criminal: The Failure of Physiognomy in Charles Dickens ‘Hunted Down’” presented at the South Atlantic MLA, Atlanta, GA (November 1999) “Constructing the Clues to Morality: Reading Unconventional Texts in The Portrait of Dorian Gray and ‘The Sign of Four’” presented at the Aphra Behn Society conference, New Haven, CT (October 1997) TEACHING EXPERIENCE (full responsibility for all courses) Duke University, University Writing Program, Durham, NC Senior Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow (2005) Rhetoric of Detective Fiction: The course concerns the development of detective fiction as a distinct genre during the nineteenth century. Students examine both shorter works by writers such as Poe, Dickens, and Doyle as well as Wilkie Collins’s The Moonstone and detective fiction from the early twentieth century such as The Maltese Falcon. In addition, we address critical and theoretical works surrounding this genre from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. A writing- intensive course. Mellon Fellow (2003-2004) Narratives of Victorian Criminality: Students read fictional accounts of criminals, such as Oliver Twist and stories by Arthur Conan Doyle and Edgar Allan Poe, in conjunction with critical, philosophical, and scientific works by writers such as Michel Foucault and Stephen Jay Gould, to explore the mechanism by which ideas about criminality arose and were disseminated during the nineteenth century. A writing-intensive course.
  14. 14. PhD CV - English Faculty - cont. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 The Rhetoric of Madness in Victorian Culture: The class examined texts, such as Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Robert Browning’s “Porphyria’s Lover” and “My Last Duchess,” that portrayed the two sides of Victorian madness–the promise of freedom from social constraints and the fear of unbridled irresponsibility. A writing-intensive course. Imperial Dreams, Imperial Nightmares: The course focused on Victorian narratives of empire, interweaving both fictional (Dracula and Kipling’s “The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes”) and non- fictional (Macaulay’s “A Minute on Indian Education” and “Stanley’s Account of Finding Livingstone”) texts to examine the social debate surrounding Britain’s status as empire. A writing-intensive course. Visiting Adjunct Professor (1999, 2002-2003) Investigating the Criminal in History, Fact, and Fiction Investigations into Detective Fiction Essentials of Argument University of North Carolina, Department of English, Teaching Fellow (1994-2001) Survey of Romantic, Victorian, and Modernist Literature (six sections, 1995-2001): This course, required for English majors, focused on the formal features of poetry, the short story, and the novel within the historical setting of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Britain. Organized around topics, such as “Progress” and “The Woman Question,” the course examined how these texts participated in social debate and analyzed the cultural role played by art. Introduction to Fiction (2000) Writing as Argument (1994-2001) Writing Across the Curriculum (1995-2001) PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES–DUKE UNIVERSITY FOCUS Program Faculty Member, taught in interdisciplinary cluster of courses developed for first-year students entitled “The Power of Ideas” (Fall 2004) Course Goals Committee (Fall 2004) Reflexive Practices Group: Assignment Design (Fall 2004) Classroom Principles and Practices Seminar (August 4-22, 2003) Annual Summer Retreat: Pedagogy Workshop (August, 2002-2004) Assessment Project Scorer (May 2003) “Designing Program Assessment Tools,” Workshop, Duke University (March 2002) OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (SELECTED) Review of Proposal for Broadview Press edition of The Hound of the Baskervilles (2004) Contributor to “Victoria List” on-line listserv (1999-present) Member of MLA (1995-present) “Manorial Malice: Detective Fiction and the English Country Estate” presented at the English Speaking Union meeting, Chapel Hill, NC (March, 2000) Peer Teaching Review Committee, University of North Carolina (1999-2000)
  15. 15. PhD CV - English Faculty - cont. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 “An Unconventional Woman for the Job: P.D. James’ Cordelia Gray” presented at the Adventures in Ideas weekend seminar, Chapel Hill, NC (February, 1998) (only graduate student to present at this seminar) Women in English discussion group at UNC (1994-2001) “Rhetorical Theory and Practice,” a semester-long, graduate-level class in Course design and pedagogical principles, University of North Carolina (Spring, 1993) Critical Theory Reading Group, UNC (1991-1993) Subscriptions to: Victorian Studies, Nineteenth-Century Contexts, ELT: English Literature in Transition REFERENCES:
  16. 16. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 Market Consulting Applicant (Sociology) mca@duke.edu Duke University, Department of Sociology 800-1 Lasalle St. Apt. # 13GBox 90088 Durham, NC 27708 (919)-938-6000 Education • Duke University. Department of Sociology, Durham, NC Ph.D. Candidate, Sociology (to be completed, May 2007) Dissertation: “Globalization From Above or Globalization From Below? Indian Entrepreneurs in the Software Industry” M.A. Sociology, 1997 Subfield: Comparative and Historical Sociology • Delhi School of Economics, New Delhi, India Masters coursework in Sociology, 1993-1994 • University of Delhi, New Delhi, India B.A. Sociology, 1993 Academic Achievements and Awards • Social Science Research Council, New York: Fellow of the ITIC Program (Information Technology and International Cooperation), 2001; Fellow of the IDRF Program (International Dissertation Field Research Fellowship) 1999-2000; awarded the 1999-2000 International Migration Fellowship (Declined) • Duke University, Center for International Studies: Summer International Research Award, 1999; Graduate School Award for International Research Travel, 1999; Department of Sociology, Graduate Student Fellowship, 1995-1999 • K.C. Mahindra Educational Trust Travel Fellowship, India, for travel to the US for graduate study, 1994 • University of Delhi, New Delhi, India: University Gold Medal awarded for First Position in B.A., Sociology, 1993 Research Expertise • Globalization and Development, International Migration, Ethnic Entrepreneurship, Technology and Society, Qualitative Methodology Research Experience • Duke University, Department of Sociology, August 2002-present. Research Assistant for Prof. Edward Tiryakian, Professor of Sociology Assisted in the administration of the 2002-2003 Fulbright New Century Scholars Program in which thirty top academics and professionals from the US and abroad collaborate for a year on a topic of global significance (sectarian, ethnic and cultural conflict within and across national borders). • Duke University Medical Center , Risk Communication Laboratory, Cancer Control, Detection and Prevention, August 2003- present Research Assistant, July 1997- October 1998, 1996-97 --Conduct interviews with subjects for studies on cancer prevention. Conduct library research for grant proposals. Write reports on research results and administer subject reimbursements. Projects currently involved in: communicating risk factors related to colorectal cancer to men and women over age 50 and assessing college students’ attitudes towards smoking. , --Informed women about breast cancer risk, assessed attitudes towards smoking among teenagers, communicated risks associated with hormone replacement therapy and tested different formats for communicating colorectal cancer risk. • Dissertation Fieldwork Researcher, September 1999- June 2000 Conducted interviews for doctoral research in San Jose, California and in Bangalore, India. Sample: PhD CV - Market Consulting
  17. 17. PhD CV-Market Consulting - cont. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 Administrative Experience • Duke University, Department of Sociology Event Administrator, Spring 2004 Recruited panelists for a conference session entitled “Global Outsourcing: Threat or Necessity for U.S. Competitiveness?” to be held at Duke University on April 13, 2004. Marketed the event to academic sociologists and business professionals, designed online registration site, arranged for spepaker/panelist transportation and accommodations, edited conference proceedings for publication. • Graduate Student Assistant, Markets and Management Program, 1998-1999. Assisted the director in the development and administration and Duke’s highly successful undergraduate certificate program. Maintained a database of business employers for the required internship. Advised certificate participant on course choices. Tracked alumni Teaching Experience • Duke University, Department of Sociology Instructor “Immigration and Entrepreneurship“ (Spring 2003 and Spring 2002) Teaching Assistant “Introduction to Sociology” for Prof. Rebecca Bach (Fall 1997) “Race and Ethnic Relations” for Prof. Pamela Jackson (Fall 1995 and Fall 1996) “Contemporary Social Problems” for Prof. Jay Williams (Spring 1996) • Markets and Management Certificate Program Teaching Assistant, “Sociology of Entrepreneurship” for Prof. Evan Jones (Fall & Spring 2001 and Fall 2000). “Organizations and Global Competitiveness” for Prof. Gary Gereffi (Spring 1998) Publications • Market Consulting Applicant. 2002. “Delhi” in Encyclopedia of Urban Cultures, Volume 2, Melvin Ember and Carol R. Ember (Eds). Danbury, Connecticut: Grolier. • Lipkus, Isaac, Market Consulting Applicant, Kathryn Fenn, Punam Keller and Barbara Rimer. 2001. “Informing Women About Their Breast Cancer Risk: Truth and Consequences.” Health Communication. 13(2): 205-226. • Lipkus, Isaac, Yancey Crawford, Kathryn Fenn, Market Consulting Applicant, Ruth Ann Binder, Al Marcus and Mondi Mason. 1999. “Testing Different Formats for Communicating Colorectal Cancer Risk.” Journal of Health Communication. 4:311-324. Presentations • “Using Blackboard as a Communication Tool” at the mid-term meeting for Fellows of the New Century Scholars Program, Fulbright Program, Belfast, Northern Ireland, June 2003. • “Indian Immigrant Entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley” at the workshop organized for Fellows of the Social Science Research Council at the University of California at Berkeley, California, July 2001. • “The Silicon Valley-Bangalore Connection” at the workshop organized for Fellows of the Social Science Research Council at the International Institute for Research and Education (IIRE), Amsterdam, Netherlands, October 2000. • “Unequal Globalization? Organizational Networks and Indian Migration In the Software Industry” presented at the Graduate Student Workshop on Comparative Historical Research, UCLA, May 1999. Languages • English (Native) • Hindi (Native) • Turkish (Intermediate) Citizenship • Permanent Resident of the US. Interview for citizenship pending April 20, 2004.
  18. 18. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 Sample: PhD CV - Postdoctoral Research Postdoctoral Research Applicant (Materials Science) 427 Campus Walk Ave. 38A, Durham, NC 27705 ● (919)809-6054/(919)823-7374 ● pra47@duke.edu http://www.duke.edu/~ PROFILE: • Highly self-motivated Ph.D. candidate with demonstrated research expertise growing semiconductor nanostructures. Strong interpersonal skills • Experimental techniques: e-gun evaporation, molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) • Rich experience in modeling and computer simulation, using MatLab, FlexPDE, Mathematica, and PSPICE Additonal experience in digital circuit design using VHDL • Computer skills: Unix/Linux/Windows; HTML, LaTeX; C/C++, etc. EDUCATION: Duke University, Durham, NC (GPA: 4.0/4.0) Ph.D. Materials Science, June 2007 (expected) M.S. Materials Science, 2005 Tsinghua University, Beijing, P.R. China (GPA: 3.8/4.0) B.S. Materials Science and Engineering, 2002 Graduated with honors, 2002; First degree fellowship, 1998-2002 RESEARCH • Semiconductor process engineering INTERESTS: • Modeling and simulation of semiconductor processes • Reliability study and failure analysis • Electronic packaging ENGINEERING RESEARCH EXPERIENCE: Duke University, Durham, NC Ph.D. Candidate, 2002-present • Nanowire growth Proposed a model determining the obtainable minimum size of nanowires (NWs) grown by vapor-liquid-solid (VLS) process, one of the most important methods for growing semiconductor nanostructures. Revived the study on VLS mechanisms, and spurred a flurry of papers on the thermodynamic and kinetic analysis of the process. Derived the growth rate formula, for the first time in the literature, using all physically meaningful quantities without empirical fitting factors. Established a novel growth model by assuming a two-dimensional island nucleation-growth process, which is, to the best of my knowledge, currently the only model that can fit an extensive set of growth rate data on Si whiskers/nanowires. • Diffusion and gettering Explained how volume misfits between the metal precipitates and Si drastically prolongs the time needed for Al gettering of solar cell Si. Proposed methods to effectively reduce the gettering time in the presence of metal precipitates. Demonstrated that optical-assisted Al gettering process can reduce Al gettering time from tens of hours to several minutes. Contributed to the understanding of the predominance of alternate diffusion mechanisms for the interstitial-substitutional impurities in Si. (Above projects are financially supported by National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)). Max-Plank-Institute for Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany, Visiting Scientist, Oct-Dec 2005 • Nanowire morphology—chemical tension Formulated a model for describing the morphology of the growing nanowire, from the beginning of growth to either a steadily growing wire with a constant diameter or a hillock for which the growth process terminates. Included, for the first time in the literature, a dynamic chemical tension in analyzing the system equilibrium configuration, in addition to the normally considered static physical tensions.
  19. 19. PhD CV - Postdoctoral Research - cont. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 • Crystallization of SiO2 Participated in the discovery that lithium vapor can catalyze the crystallization of amorphous silica which is integrated in the common silicon microstructures. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Duke University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Durham, NC Teaching Assistant Thermodynamics, Jan-May 2007 Structure/Properties of Solids, Jan-May 2005 Thermodynamics, Jan-December 2004 MAJOR • Integrated Circuit Engineering—Silicon Processing COURSES: • Semiconductor Devices for IC • Quantum Mechanics • Solid State Physics • Optical Communication System • Advanced Digital System Design PUBLICATIONS: • A Nucleation-Growth Model of Nanowires Produced by the Vapor-Liquid-Solid Process, P.R.A. and A.B.Foushee (in preparation) • Advanced Impurity Gettering for Silicon Solar Cells: Needs and New Apporach, B. Sopori, P.R.A. and A.B. Foushee, Invited paper, MRS Spring Conference, San Fransisco, April 9- 13, 2007 • Predominance of Alternate Diffusion Mechanisms for Interstitial-Substitutional Impurities, P.R.A. and A.B. Foushee (accepted for oral presentation in MRS 2007 Spring Conference) • Chemical Tension in VLS nanostructure Growth Process: From Nanohillocks to Nanowires, P.R.A., A.B.Foushee, and U. Goesele (accepted for oral presentation in MRS 2007 Spring Conference) • Crystallization of Amorphous SiO2 Microtubes Catalyzed by Lithium Vapor, L. Zhao, P. R.A., A. Langner et. al., (accepted by Adv. Funct. Mater.) • Chemical Tension and Global Equilibrium in VLS Nanostructure Growth Process: From Nanohillocks to Nanowires, P.R.A., A.B. Foushee, and U. Goesele, Appl. Phys. A, 86, pages 433-330, 2007 • Mechanisms of Gettering Metallic Precipitates from Silicon Using Optical Processing, P.R.A., A.B. Foushee, and B. L. Sopori, Extended Abstracts and Papers, 16th Workshop on R. Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells & Modules: Materials and Processing, page 194, 2006 • Modeling Metallic Precipitates Dissolution in Silicon under Point Defect Injection, P.R.A., H. Li, and A.B. Foushee, technique report, under NREL subcontract XAD-4-33653-01, 2005. • Gettering of Metallic Precipitates with Volume Misfits, P.R.A., H. Li, and A.B. Foushee, Extended Abstracts and Papers, 14th Workshop on Crystalline Silicon Solar Cells & Modules: Materials and Processing, page 238, 2004 • On the Thermodynamic Size Limit of Nanowires Grown by the Vapor-Liquid-Solid Process, A.B. Foushee, P.R.A., and U. Gosele, Appl. Phys. A, 78, pages 519-526, 2004 • Is There a Thermodynamic Size Limit of Nanowires Grown by the Vapor-Liquid-Solid Process? A.B. Foushee, P.R.A., and U. Gosele, Appl. Phys. Lett., 83(6), pages 1199-1201, 2003 ACTIVITIES: • Materials Research Society, Student Member, 2004-Present WORK STYLE: • Willing to perform basic tasks and move on to solve complex problems • Able to learn new knowledge and adapt to new environments quickly • Strong independent work style and excellent teamwork skills • Well-organized and passionate
  20. 20. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 Sample: PhD CV - Religion Faculty FACULTY APPLICANT (Religion) University of Virginia, Department of Religion, Box 60643, Charlottesville, VA 22904 3586 Chain Bridge Rd., Fairfax.VA 22030 , (703) 678-5092, hfa@uva.edu EDUCATION University of Virginia, Department of Religion, Charlottesville, VA Ph.D. American Religious History, expected December 2009 Dissertation: "'This Matter of Reading': Hannah Whitall Smith (1832-1911) and American Literary Culture." Director: ___________ Candler School of Theology at Emory University, Atlanta, GA M.Div. summa cum laude, 2004 The College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA B.A. cum laude, Religion, 2001 Honors Thesis: "The Emperor's Offer: A Study of Guilt through Literature and Theology" Honors and Awards University of Virginia: P.E.O. Sisterhood Scholar Award (2008-2009); Missionary Impulse in North American History project grant (2005-2008); Candler School of Theology: Preaching Prize (2004), Religion and Arts Prize (2004), Associates' Scholar (2001-2004); The College of William & Mary: Phi Beta Kappa (2001), Thesis Honors (2001), Abigail Smith Religion Award (2001) RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS Women in American religion, religion and American culture, religion and literature, history of American Protestant missions, rhetoric, literary theory TEACHING EXPERIENCE Religious Autobiography: Exile and Restoration, College of William & Mary, Spring 2008 Western Tradition: Late Antiquity and the Medieval World, College of William & Mary, Spring 2008 Religion in America, Mary Washington College, Fall 2005 Religion in America, College of William & Mary, Fall 2005, Spring 2006 PUBLICATIONS "Presbyterian, Protestant, American: Mapping Missionary Identity in the Church at Home and Abroad, 1890-1898," in The Missionary Impulse in North American History, ed. Dan Bays, Mark Noll, Grant Wacker ( forthcoming ). "'Memorial Stones': Death and the Geography of Womanhood in Heathen Woman's Friend, 1869-1879," Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation 7 (2005):247-69.
  21. 21. Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS "Pilgrims and Progress: Thanksgiving in Godey's Lady's Book and Ladies' Home Journal and Practical Housekeeper," American Academy of Religion Southeastern Regional Meeting, Chapel Hill, NC, 13 March 2008. Conference on Faith and History annual meeting, Panel respondent, Nashville, TN, 26 September 2007. "Presbyterian, Protestant, American: Mapping Missionary Identity in The Church at Home and Abroad, 1890-1898," Missionary Impulse in North American History consultation, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL, 6 June 2007. "Truth: Stronger than Fiction? The Rhetoric of Sentiment in The Christian's Secret of a Happy Life by Hannah Whitall Smith (1832-1911)," American Academy of Religion Southeastern Regional Meeting, Knoxville, Tennessee, 21 March 2007. "Presbyterian, Protestant, American: Missionary Identity and 'Christian Civilization' in The Church at Home and Abroad, 1890-1900," American Society of Church History winter meeting, Seattle, WA, 11 January 2007. Engendering American Catholic Studies conference, Invited participant, Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, 29 September-1 October 2004. OTHER ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE University of Virginia Copy Editor/Indexer, Missionary Impulse in North American History project papers, Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois, 2007-08. Copy Editor, Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture, American Society of Church History, July 2007-July 2008. Teaching Assistant, American Christianity, Department of Religion, Fall 2002, Fall 2006; The Black Church in America, Spring 2005, Spring 2006. Research Assistant to __________, Department of History, September 1998-May 2000. Emory University Research Assistant to __________, Department of History, September 2003-May 2004 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS American Academy of Religion, American Society of Church History PhD CV - Religion Faculty - cont.
  22. 22. Additional Documents Cover Letter Curriculum Vitae Internships Interviewing Job Search Networking Resume Additional Resources Career Center Skills Guides Cover Letter Skills Guide Curriculum Vitae Skills Guide Internships Skills Guide Interviewing Skills Guide Networking Skills Guide Resume Skills Guide Strategic Search Skills Guide Duke Career Center • studentaffairs.duke.edu/career • 919-660-1050 • Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor • 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Box 90950, Durham, NC 27708

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