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CURRICULUM VITAE

Name, M.A.
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EDUCATION
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MA 2005 Major, Department/School, University.
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BSc 1998 Major, Department/School, University.
PRIMARY PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS
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2005 -present Current post <job title>, Company, City, State. <Brief description of job – emphasize persona;l
achievements and responsibilities.>
2002-2005 Previous post <job title>, Company, City, State. <Brief description of job – emphasize
achievements and responsibilities.>
1998-2002 Previous post <job title>, Company, City, State. <Brief description of job – emphasize
achievements and responsibilities.>

PUBLICATIONS
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JOURNAL ARTICLES
Idiot, C.A. (2006) ‘A Special Paper on Nothing Much,’ US Journal of Silly Stuff, Vol. 15, No. 3, pp 345-678.
CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Idiot, C.A. (2006) ‘A Special Paper on Nothing Much,’ Proceedings of Monster Trucks, Jan. 2008.
INVITED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOP PAPERS
Idiot, C.A. (2006) ‘A Presentation on Nothing Much,’ Monster Trucks Conference, Workshop on Road
Management, XXX University, City, State, Date-of-Conference
AWARDS AND HONORS
NSF Student Award, $2,000, August – December 2004: Title of Submission.
Arts Student Consortium, 1998: Awarded first place at Consortium, sponsored by Association of Monster Trucks.
2-Year MA Award, $150,000, 2000-2004, Arts Development Council, XXX University, <State>.
RESEARCH FUNDING
$1,000 Mar. 2004 – Feb. 2009. NSF Digital Society & Technologies, (NSF 02-111),
Distributed Monster Truck Management. To investigate the processes and factors leading to accidents
in Monster Trucks.
$500 Dean’s Award, XXX University College of YYY, Summer 2007, Trust and Perceived Risk
For Disadvantaged Monster Truck Drivers, in collaboration with Dr. Complete Idiot, College of Arts.
TEACHING INTERESTS
• Information Resource Planning (taught sessions in evening college at high school).
• Information Analysis and Management.
• Social Informatics: The Impact of IT on Work, Organizations, Communities, and Society.
• Knowledge Management and Systems
• Computer-Supported Collaborative Work.
• Information System Applications (I have a background as a systems developer).
COURSES TAUGHT
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University/College: Course-name (Course-code), <no of semesters>, <years>.

SERVICE & PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES


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JOURNAL AND CONFERENCE REVIEWS
Journal of Monster Trucks, January 1, 2004 to present.
Conference of Monster Trucks, 2005.
AFFILIATIONS IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
Member, Association for Information Management;
Association For Knowledge Professionals, New York Section
STUDENT ASSOCIATIONS
Treasurer, Sigma Pi Association, XXX University, 1998.
SERVICE TO NON-ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS AND COMMITTEES
Organizer, Monster Truck Association, <City> <State>, 2000 - 2001.

NON-ACADEMIC PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


1997-1998, CONSULTANT IN INFORMATION SERVICES, INFOCHASE LTD., NEW YORK, NY
Manager of consultancy services, acting as coordinator for large corporations to advise on knowledge management
strategy in news services industry. Responsible for team of 18 information analysts, $2,000,000 budget.
1994-1997, INFORMATION ANALYST, INFO CONNECTION LTD., NEW YORK, NY
Engaged in designing Library systems for knowledge professionals in Monster Truck industry. Responsible for
resource specification and category management.