Presentation on theme: "You may already have a vita that is kept up to date, that’s great. Your vita should be tailored so that it supports the rank and tenure process. This document."— Presentation transcript:
You may already have a vita that is kept up to date, that’s great. Your vita should be tailored so that it supports the rank and tenure process. This document should provide a listing of academic data relevant to one's professional activities. It must include the following: a)standard personal data b)education and training c)employment history d)research experience e)professional meetings attended f)awards or honors g)university involvement and extracurricular activities You may include additional sections. VITAE
b) education and training (including names of institutions, dates attended, degrees obtained, areas of concentration of master’s or PhD subject area); Additional post-degree training should be included. Clearly explain the purpose, level and duration of the training. This is a good place for your dissertation or thesis information
c) academic and professional employment history, with administrative experience (if relevant); Post-degree fellowships or professional consulting may be included here.
d) research experience; publications or artistic productions, identifying refereed publications and judged/invited artistic productions. Books, journal articles, magazine articles, contributed conference papers, invited papers, conference posters, technical reports, research grants, etc. We’re especially interested in the activity that occurred during the time period covered by the review. Activities such as, guest lectures in other classes, sermons, board presentations, most church presentations, Sabbath school classes, Sabbath seminars, etc. should be listed in part g) ”university involvement and extracurricular activities”. Important: Make sure the items listed here are clearly described and explained.
e) professional meetings, workshops and conferences attended (please be sure to provide full conference name, date(s), location, and a line or two about the content of the conference. If possible, make a distinction between conferences and workshops); These items are separate from those listed in d) “research experience”.
f) academic-professional awards or honors; professional society memberships, professional meetings attended, and presentations given; Professional meetings attended should actually be listed under e) “professional meetings” and presentations should be listed under d) “research experience”
g) history of university involvement (committees served, academic programs initiated or served); and extracurricular activities (church and community involvement). List past and present committee membership and chairmanships. Student club or class sponsorships can be listed here. Department or university grants (non-research) may be listed here also. These are items that pertain to service to the department, the university, the church.