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The Curriculum Vitae (VC)

Penny Freno
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Transcript of The Curriculum Vitae (VC)

The
C
urriculum

V
itae

The CV - What is it?
CV / Resume Differences
Content
Key Components & Features

Format
CV Consult
Q & A
SESSION OVERVIEW
What are your questions?
The CV
CV / Resume Differences
CV: Academic Related
Resume: Position-Focused
Focused on academic achievements and scholastic profile
Publications, presentations, teaching, courses, grants, and fellowships
References included
Flexible length
Focuses on experience and accomplishments that relate to position
Includes job-relevant skills
Presents a snapshot of what makes you qualified
References usually not included
1-2 pages (3 pages max)
Major Components
CV (varies by area)
Contact Information
Education
Experience
Teaching/Research Interests
Honors/Academic Awards
Publications
Presentations
Other Professional
Experience
Academic/Community Service
Professional Affiliations/Memberships
EDUCATION EXAMPLE
Thesis/Dissertation Title & brief description
Institutions attended
Dates
Degrees (obtained & in progress)
Name(s) of chair, supervisor, advisor or committee members
Relevant course work -- graduate level
ACADEMIC AWARDS & HONOURS EXAMPLE: AWARDS & HONOURS
List relevant undergraduate honours/awards
Teaching Awards
Research Grants
Scholarships
Recognition for exceptional academic achievement
EXPERIENCE: Teaching & Research EXAMPLE: TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Teaching
Research
List courses (include FT, PT, TA); consider including a brief description
Nature of teaching role (course development; supervising student research, etc); include job title & dates
Postdoctoral, dissertation and where appropriate undergraduate & internship research
Include a brief description position held/project, location, dates, affiliated professor
TEACHING & RESEARCH INTERESTS EXAMPLE: TEACHING & RESEARCH INTERESTS
List teaching interests, areas of specialization and general interest and competence
List current research interests
PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS EXAMPLE: PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS
Other Professional Experience
Relevant to the position
Paid / Volunteer
Academic
Administrative
Other Skills & Qualifications
Languages – spoken, read, written
Project Management, Computer Skills, Supervision
ACADEMIC & COMMUNITY SERVICE EXAMPLE: ACADEMIC & COMMUNITY SERVICE
Service on Committees
Organizing Workshops, Panel Presentations, Guest Lectures
Service to Community
Example: Graduate Advisory Committee
Example: Outreach, Special Projects
Professional Affiliations / Memberships EXAMPLE: MEMBERSHIPS
Current Major, and relevant associations
Format

&

Layout
Naming

your sections and
embellishing
your headings
List sections and present content in order of
importance
Strategically
order
your sections
CV CONSULT
Questions
What is a CV used for?
The CV
What is it?
Fill in the blank
A CV is ____________!
CV / Resume
What are the differences?
What is a CV used for?
CV Uses
Seeking admission to graduate school or professional programs
Applying for positions in academia
Work search outside of academia
Applications for grants / fellowships
Major CV Components
What type of information would you
expect to include in a CV?
What types of
awards/honours

might be included in a CV?
EXAMPLE: RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Publications Presentations
Articles, books, chapters of books

Research reports
Book article reviews
Papers
Papers
Lectures
Poster
University Colloquiums
Guest Lectures
Works in Press
Works in Progress
Works Submitted
Formatting
What tips would you discuss with a student-client?
Be
consistent
with formatting
Place the
most important
information on left side
Avoid
use of abbreviations & acronyms
Make good use of white space
CV Consult
Basic Tips
No one correct way to compose CV
Refer faculty member or colleague
Know your limit of expertise
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