CURRICULUM VITAE (CV)

CVs are typically used by doctoral students who are seeking academic or research positions.  The format of the CV is different from a resume in terms of length, content, and use.  Its length may be extended (2-6 pages) and the categories of information may differ.  Its format will vary from discipline to discipline and will contain more detail than a resume.  Consult with faculty in your academic department as you prepare a CV for your field.

To get started, select and prioritize categories of information that best present your credentials.

Education
Scholarships / Fellowships
Areas of Expertise
Academic Interests
Teaching Interests
Research Experience
Teaching Experience
Administrative Experience

Industry Experience
Study Abroad
Skills (language, computer, laboratory, technical)
Certification / Licensure
Honors
Conferences
Presentations
Publications