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Preparing a CV for University Use

The curriculum vitae should be dated and scholarly works should be presented in clearly labeled categories such as:

  • Books
  • Book chapters    
  • Articles in refereed journals    
  • Conference proceedings    
  • Book reviews    
  • Working papers    
  • Invited presentations    
  • Research grants received

The full citation (including beginning and ending page numbers in book chapters, journal articles, and proceedings) to published works must be provided. In describing coauthored works, the description "with" is not acceptable. Instead, the exact published order of authorship must be indicated, and the candidate's contribution to each coauthored work should be indicated.