Careers in Academia: Initiating the Job Search. Associate Provost Brian Mitchell Career Advisor Rachel Burk, PhD October 21, 2013. Introduction: Hiring from an Institutional Perspective Reading Job Announcements Application Documents
Associate Provost Brian MitchellCareer Advisor Rachel Burk, PhD
October 21, 2013
-tenure-track or contract
A curriculum vitae (also known as a CV, C.V. or vita) is a comprehensive, detailed account of your academic credentials and achievements.
A basic for your academic dossier, it is also required to apply for academic grants, fellowships, and conferences, sometimes in abbreviated form.
Your CV is a living document: it will grow as you accomplish more. A.B.D.s and recent graduates have vitas that are from two to five pages in length while senior faculty can have documents of ten to more than 25 pages.
Contact InformationEducationResearch ExperienceTeaching ExperienceHonors/Grants/Awards/FellowshipsPublicationsConference Papers/Invited Talks/Presentations Professional Memberships
Discipline-specific sections might include, Lab Skills, Data Sets, Patents, Clinical Experience, Industrial Experience, Grants, Licensures, or Performances/Exhibitions.Service Postdoctoral FellowshipsPositions Held/Current PositionReferencesTeaching and/or Research InterestsSkills/Research Languages
-no more than 2 pages.
-targeted to the institution and department.
-succinct and well-edited.
Research Degrees: SLA, SSE, SOM (postdocs)
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