For submission with Third-Year and Promotion and Tenure dossiers for tenure-track academic reviews.
Non-tenure-track faculty also should use as a guide, as relevant to the position.
Chronologically list all information with relevant dates (academic year/semester or as
applicable) in each section.
PERSONAL DATA: Current Name/Rank/Department
EDUCATIONAL RECORD: List institutions attended, degrees and major field/research interest. Give title of dissertation and names of dissertation committee members.
TEACHING/PROFESSIONAL/ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE (optionally categorize by type): List all teaching and other appointments by institution, with academic rank where applicable. Also note when tenure was received, as applicable.
PUBLICATIONS (e.g., books, book chapters, journal articles, proceedings, book reviews, technical reports, patents, abstracts, letters to the editor, serial columns, journals edited; media such as published video tapes, CD disks, recordings/musical scores, and computer programs), listed in sections such as below:
3. Papers read
4. Reviews/essays on others’ work
Clearly mark all editions and edited books as such and clearly distinguish them from authored books. Distinguish peer-reviewed work from non-peer-reviewed work.
List ALL scholarship; assign numbers only to publications that will be submitted
EXHIBITIONS, COMPOSITIONS/COMMISSIONS/PERFORMANCES, PRODUCTIONS IN FINE ARTS: List title, place, date, and applicable professional role in events. (Similarly organize this section as shown above in publications section.)
INVITED LECTURES, PRESENTATIONS, PANELS, SEMINARS, MASTER CLASSES: List and provide summary details (when, where, topic(s), activities, etc.). Those related to Tulane service can be included in the service area below.
OTHER LECTURES, PRESENTATIONS, ETC.: List and provide summary details (when, where, topic(s), activities, etc.).
ALL COURSES TAUGHT AT TULANE: By academic year and semester, list each course ID and section number and title. For semesters in which no teaching occurred, indicate the appropriate reason, such as “Personal Leave,” “Research Leave.” Identify independent study courses as such; provide the student names.
STUDENT ADVISING/MENTORING: List and categorize by type (e.g., advising for department/program majors or minors; advising or directing for theses or dissertations, or serving on thesis or dissertation committees—specify student names). Identify level (undergraduate/graduate) or related degree (PhD, MA, BS, BA, etc.) for each.
UNIVERSITY/SCHOOL/DEPARTMENT/COMMITTEE SERVICE: Categorize in sections by each area, or otherwise indicate for whom service was performed. Effort or willingness to serve also should be noted; if applied but unsuccessful, then indicate “Not Elected” or similar.
ACADEMIC PROGRAMMING AT TULANE: List participation in conferences, symposia, workshops, lectures, film series, festivals, etc., and the relevant role (organizer, director, curator, participant, etc.).
PROFESSIONAL/COMMUNITY/OTHER SERVICE: List service, memberships, and affiliations outside of Tulane.
RESEARCH SUPPORT FROM TULANE UNIVERSITY SOURCES/NON-TULANE UNIVERSITY (EXTERNAL) SOURCES: List and indicate year, source, project title/purpose, and amount. Distinguish internal (Tulane) support from external support. Application effort also should be noted; if application was unsuccessful, then indicate “Not Funded” or similar. If application was successful but declined, then indicate “Declined” or similar, with brief reason.
HONORS, AWARDS, & NON-RESEARCH/SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS: List those not already noted in research section.
OTHER ACTIVITIES: List or describe other major activities which are not included elsewhere in the curriculum vitae.
Candidates may submit updated copies of curriculum vitae and any new materials at any time before a final review decision is rendered to the candidate.
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