Wednesday, March 16, 2011

MIT: How to Write a C/V

A Curriculum Vitae (CV) resembles a resume in many ways, but is more specifically focused on academic achievements.  A CV summarizes educational and academic history, and may include details about teaching experience, publications (books, articles, research papers, unpublished manuscripts, or book chapters), and academic honors and awards.  Use a CV rather than a resume for teaching or research opportunities, applying for fellowships or for further academic training.  Some research positions in industry may also prefer a CV rather than a resume

Check out the full website here


http://www.mit.edu/~career/guide/cv.pdf

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