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GSA WORKSHOP - OCTOBER 2013 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN WRITING OUR FIRST ACADEMIC CV
GENERAL FORMATTING RULES One inch margin 12 point font Candidate’s name at top in 14 point font (or larger) Single spaced Heading in bold and all caps Subheadings in bold only One or two full returns before each new heading One return between each heading and its first entry Years have to be left justified (visible)
WHAT YOU DON’T WANT TO DO No right justify any element No bullet points No “box” or column formatting No narrative verbiage No description of books or articles No personal stories Exception: “Dissertation” has to have a short paragraph (it has to be removed one year beyond completion)
HEADING MATERIALS Name at top, centered in 14 point font “Curriculum vitae” (centered, 12p) Institutional and home addresses, telephone, email, parallel right and left justified
EDUCATION List by degree List PhD, MA, BA on descending order Department, institution and year of completion No starting dates Example: 2017 University of Nebraska-Lincoln PhD Major: Hispanic Studies 2013University of Nebraska-Lincoln MA Major: Hispanic Studies 2011University of Deusto-Bilbao, Spain BA Mayor: English Studies BA Minor: Modern Languages and Technologies
TEACHING EXPERIENCE Right after education Subdivide by area/field of teaching or by institutional location or type of experience Write a short description of the duties as teacher Example: 2011-present The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Graduate Assistant Responsible for teaching language classes, creating materials, and grading exams.
GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS List year and the name or funder, institutional name, utilization of the money, etc. Example: 2012-Present George Rogers Memorial Merit Fellowship 2011-Present Teaching Assistantship for MA Studies
PAPERS OR CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Conference: YearName of the Conference, Location “Title of your talk” – panel chair’s name 2012 MACHL, Lincoln, Nebraska “Resultado de la ruptura de la realidad en el personaje de Abelarda en Miau de Benito Pérez Galdós.” Paper: “Title of the paper,” submitted/published to/in Name of the publication, year.
ACTIVITIES/EXTRACURRICULAR UNIVERSITY SERVICE Can include involvement in student groups, assistanships, clubs, etc. Year The institution and department Tasks Do not include any description Example: 2013 University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Dep. Of Modern Languages and Literature Secretary and Treasurer at the MLGSA Assistant at the Big Red Road Show 2013 University of Nebraska-Lincoln, CDHR Assistant at the DH2013 Conference
RESEARCH INTERESTS If you don’t have research experience it could be interesting to add some of your research interest
ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATES/SKILLS You may want to include any language certificate that you have YearName of Certificate-Level Language Levels Computer skills Microsoft Office: high level, all versions Windows and Macintosh