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Whether you're going on the market next year or in four years, it's not too early to start thinking about your CV. The academic CV not only presents your research, teaching and service to potential employers, it is also an important part of other grant and award applications. This workshop will introduce you to the basics of effective CV writing and provide an opportunity to receive feedback about your own CV. If you have already begun drafting a CV, have it ready to share with others and get feedback. And If you haven't yet begun compiling your own CV, no worries: now is a great time to start! Bring whatever you have and take advantage of this supportive context to get your materials on the right track.

Facilitators:

Dr. Beth Boehm returned to her role as the dean of the Graduate School, after serving a three-year term as executive vice president and university provost at the University of Louisville.  Boehm joined the faculty of the University of Louisville as an assistant professor of English in 1987, and has served in the provost’s office since 2009, serving as associate provost for faculty affairs, vice provost for graduate affairs, and vice provost for academic affairs, in which role she was responsible for both undergraduate and graduate affairs.  She also served as dean of the school of interdisciplinary and graduate studies for eight years before being appointed as interim provost. 

She has served in a variety of administrative and academic roles at the University of Louisville, including as director of undergraduate studies in English, as director of graduate studies in the Department of English, as vice chair of English, as vice chair and chair of the faculty senate. Boehm was twice awarded the College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Teaching Award and was selected as a University Distinguished Teaching Professor in 2003.  In 2009, she was awarded for her distinguished service by both the college and the university. Her recent research has focused on issues in graduate education such as mentoring, reimagining the dissertation, community engagement in graduate education, masters education, and holistic admissions. 

Michelle Rodems, Ph.D., is director of professional development, retention, and success in the Graduate School. Michelle manages all interdisciplinary professional development for more than 4,000 University of Louisville graduate students, including coordinating PLAN professional development academies, workshops, learning communities, and reading groups, as well as conducting individual consultations. Michelle’s research and professional interests include teaching and learning in higher education, graduate student development and education, educational technology and social media, and professional development in higher education.

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