Curriculum Vitae Writing Presented by: Bobbie Ann Adair White, M.A. Learning Resources [email protected] Contributors: Bobbie Ann A. White, MA, Prudence Zavala, Jenny Cureton, MS. Personal Statement. Curriculum Vitae. Your CV is YOUR Marketing Tool!
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Your CV is YOUR Marketing Tool!
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EDUCATION, TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
Mandatory, key information, descriptive information that must be on your résumé/CV.
optional. Keep in mind that just because they are optional does not mean that they can’t be used as very important parts of your résumé/CV.What to include…
A vitae includes more in-depth information than a résumé. This means expanding some categories and adding others, such as:
Education – As in a résumé, education should be listed in reverse chronological order, including the items below. List only colleges/universities from which you obtained a completed degree. In a vitae, it is also important to include the name of your thesis or dissertation.
Doctor of Medicine May 2006
Texas A & M Health Science Center, College of Medicine
Master of Public Health May 2001
University of North Texas Health Science Center
Fort Worth, Texas
Thesis: “Epidemiological Modeling of a Bioterrorism Event in a
Bachelor of Science in Nursing May 1985
University of Mary Hardin Baylor
Minor: Communication Disorders
Providing a section on Lectures and Presentations shows off your leadership and public speaking experience. Include papers/publications and presentations in APA format, or another standard format. Be sure to bold your name in each. An example might be:
Lin, Y. “Lipoproteins: Relationships Between Structure,
Metabolism and Nutrition” Presented at the American Society of Cell Biology 43rd Annual Meeting, June 1998.