CVs, Part II: Formatting and more

Last month, we chatted about putting together your first academic CV. So now what? Formatting, of course! All that fun stuff like margin sizes, san serf vs. serif fonts, how far to indent, left justifying columns… such fun! Karen Kelskey over at The Professor Is In has a fairly comprehensive blog post on formatting your […]

Writing your first academic C.V.

Today – the first installment in my series on academic C.V.’s. Buckle up, friends! Near the start of my grad school journey in 2013, I needed to make my first academic C.V. I was submitting an abstract for an academic conference, and the organizers requested a C.V. as well. Being a second year Masters student, […]


Welcome to my blog! When I was a grad student, I benefited a ton from people who were willing to share their professional development advice with me. Now that I’ve completed my PhD, I want to pass some of that knowledge on in the hopes that others will find it useful. There are plenty of […]