Academic CV Example for PhD Graduate

     
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An example of a completed Academic CV for a recent PhD Graduate.

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JANE DURDEN

14 Kitts Way, Little Heath, Birmingham B55 7QZ

Tel: 01217 430987 Email: durdenj@gmail.com 

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 Objective: To work as a Post Doctoral Researcher on the “Marriage In Victorian England” project in the School of Humanities

                    

 

PERSONAL PROFILE

Proactive and creative researcher

Experienced in working independently

Ability to meet deadlines and accurate recording and analysis

Teaching experience with students and some PhD informal supervision

 

EDUCATION

2006 – 2009        West Birmingham University, School of Humanities

                            PhD in History (Funded by AHRC)

                                 Thesis Title: Marriage Breakdown in the late 19th Century and its Affect on Women                             

                                  Supervisor: Professor J M Smithson

 

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2005 – 2006                Somerset College, Cambridge

                                   MPhil in Victorian Social History (Funded by AHRC)

                                         Dissertation Title: Middle Class Marriage in the Late Victorian Period

                                 First Class (Distinction) 75%

2003 – 2006                Blackwell University

                                   BA History & English - First Class Honours

1996 – 2003                 Four ‘A’ levels English (A), History (A), French (A), Psychology (A)

 

QUALIFICATIONS:  TEFL, ECDL Advanced

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

My main interest remains in the field of women in marriage in late 19th century England but also how their changing roles developed into the 20th century.  My future research is to build on the foundations of my PhD and to investigate and compare the roles of English women with their counterparts across Europe, particularly in France and Spain.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Second year History module “Feminism in 20th Century Britain”
  • One seminar per week with 10 students for ten weeks
  • Planned, wrote and led seminars
  • Marked coursework and organised field trip to conference on “The Woman Question” at Wolverhampton West University in May 2009

ADMINISTRATION

  • Assisted in examining, talking to students and parents at Open Days and invigilating examinations
  • Responsibility for leading a team of students in planning and organising a university conference
  • Experienced in report writing and writing up research work

SKILLS

IT                    

  • Confident in use of various software packages: SQL, Windows, Unix
  • Skilled database writer and user                    

 

Communications     

  • Worked closely with research colleagues, department staff and external contacts
  • Experienced in working with a wide range of students
  • Made presentations to both academic and non-specialist audiences                                   

Positions of Responsibility

  • Participated in academic and policy dissemination activities and workshops
  • Supported students’ research activities
  • Undertook administrative tasks relating to student induction programme
  • Assisted in coordinating day to day running of residential Vitae programme

CONFERENCES ATTENDED

2009                The Woman Question –Wolverhampton West University    

2009                The Challenge of Big Data – The British Library

2008                20th Century Opportunities for and Expectations of Women in Work

 

FUNDING AND AWARDS – AHRC  

REFERENCES

Professor J M Smithson                                             John Engelhard, Tutor 

West Birmingham University                                      West Birmingham University

School of Humanities                                                  School of Humanities                                                              

The Ringway                                                              The Ringway

Birmingham                                                               Birmingham                                       

B9 7QZ                                                                       B9 7QZ

Email:profsmithson@westb.ac.uk                                Email: Engelhard@westb.ac.uk

Tel: 0121 5722099                                                    Tel: 0121 5722097

 

Professor Philippa Miles

Somerset College

Cambridge

CB1 1RD

Email: pmiles@cam.ac.uk

Tel: 01223 337324

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