Appendix B - Preparing a Curriculum Vitae for RTP
Resume vs. Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Resume is typically a brief summary of skills, experience, education
- CV is a detailed synopsis of educational and academic background, teaching experience, publications, presentations, service, awards, honors, affiliations, and other details.
- May use a template from MS Word
- Keep all sections uniform
- Avoid ornate fonts (use Arial, Times, Calibri, Cambria), typical size 10 or 12 depending on font type; use larger font for name
- Organized! Accurate! Clear!
- Speak to RTP requirements
Components of a CV
- Name and contact information
- Education: Degree, Institution, Date degree received
- Dissertation: may use early in your career but not necessary later on
- Honors & Awards: may use after education or after publications, presentations; if multiple you may organize by research, teaching, service
- Teaching - Academic Experience
- Publications: organize them by type and review process, date (most recent at top of list); use an appropriate citation style (APA recommended)
- Publications: organize them by type and review process, date (most recent at top of list); use an appropriate citation style (APA recommended); indicate role and 50% of contribution for co-authored work
- Books, Book chapters,
- Refereed (or Peer reviewed) journal articles, Refereed Conference Papers
- Non-refereed (or non-peer-reviewed) journal articles and/or conference papers with indication after each if invited.
- Work in Progress: [it is not a publication until submitted and accepted (In press, forthcoming)], work completed and ready for submission, submitted, under review
- Presentations: organize or indicate if refereed or invited
- Reports or other work (columns, book reviews, etc.)
- Grants: submitted grant: title, agency, date, indicate if research or other if not apparent from title, PIs and Co-PIs, amount requested, funding status
- Teaching: courses taught, developed, Thesis or Master’s Research Papers supervised
- Service: School, College, University, Professional Organizations (regional, state, international)
- Review activities (referee, reviewer, juror, judge): editorial work, journal reviewer, conference proposal reviews, awards reviewer, poster sessions, etc.
- Professional Development: workshops, institutes, etc.
- Professional experience (relevant); if lengthy separate from Teaching; if not lengthy, combine with Teaching/Academic into one Experience section
- Memberships to Professional organizations