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curriculum vitae
A written account of one's life comprising one's education, accomplishments, work experience, publications, etc.; especially, one used to apply for a job. Abbreviation: CV
A detailed written account of one's education and experience used to seek positions in academic or educational environments, typically including academic credentials, publications, courses taught, etc
In academe, a lengthy document providing a summary of an individual's accomplishments, including employment, education, research, published work, awards, professional memberships, and other biographical information
Also called a "resume " It is a one or more page summary of an individual's education, work experience, qualifications, publications, etc
a summary of your academic and work history
{i} CV, resume, chronological description of an individual's employment and educational history
A curriculum vitae is the same as a CV
A CV outlines a person’s educational and professional history These can also include other information such as awards, publications and personal information To review the CV's here at SMR, click here
A resume of a student's education, employment, publications, and other activities This term is usually used in connection with graduate students and faculty, not undergraduate students
A special type of resume traditionally used within the academic community Earned degrees, teaching and research experience, publications, presentations, and related activities are featured Unlike a resume, a CV tends to be longer and more informational than promotional in tone Note: The CV required in theses and dissertations follows a very specific format