This session will provide advanced-career graduate students with strategies to create convincing academic CVs. A UMass faculty panel will describe CV components, discuss examples from the perspective of recent hires and hiring committees in the social and behavioral sciences, and provide suggestions for re-framing a CV for different audiences. While all graduate students are welcome, this session will be particularly helpful for those approaching the academic job search. A pizza lunch will be provided. This event is co-sponsored by the Graduate School Office of Professional Development and ISSR.
- Katie McDermott (College of Education and Center for Public Policy & Administration)
- Michael Morgan (Communication)
- Jamie Mullins (Resource Economics)
- Tatishe Nteta (Political Science)