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Building A CV. Strategies and Examples Dr. Marytza A. Gawlik Dr. Toby Park. The Purpose of a CV. The purpose of the CV is to: interest a committee in interviewing you detail all your academic credentials and professional accomplishments and;

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building a cv

Building A CV

Strategies and Examples

Dr. Marytza A. Gawlik

Dr. Toby Park

the purpose of a cv
The Purpose of a CV
  • The purpose of the CV is to:
    • interest a committee in interviewing you
    • detail all your academic credentials and professional accomplishments and;
    • serve as a tool for seeking faculty jobs as well as for applying for academic postdoctoral research opportunities, grants and fellowships.
timeline for developing a cv
Timeline for Developing a CV
  • First, review all your qualifications and list everything you might include.
  • Second, target the jobs you want to apply to and the kinds of institutions that interest you.
  • Third, examine the job announcement and note the requirements the hiring institution is seeking.
  • Lastly, have your CV critiqued by your advisor, PI or committee members and make at least one more draft before you produce the final version.
cv categories
CV Categories
  • Contact information
  • Education
  • Research Interests
  • Publications
  • Professional Experience
  • Teaching Experience/Interests
  • Research Experience (and Grants)
  • Presentations
  • Honors and Awards
  • Professional Memberships/Associations
  • Service Activities
  • Additional Activities/Skills
cv audiences
Cv audiences
  • Research Institution Faculty Positions
    • Focus on research, publications, teaching, and service.
  • Teaching Institution Faculty Positions
    • Focus on teaching, publications, research, and service.
  • Policy Positions
    • Focus on professional experience and research experience
  • Research Positions
    • Focus on research experience, research interests, and any grant experience
cv class activity
CV Class Activity
  • A quick check for whether or not your CV is effective is to show it to a friend for 40 seconds and ask them which points they remember, or what items they saw first.
    • Please swap CV’s with your neighbor for 40 seconds and make note of what struck you.
    • Provide feedback on what you might change or adjust based on examples distributed to you.
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