Academic Portfolio

Success in the academic market is predicated on not only having a stellar research record but also presenting that record in a competitive manner. Your professional documentation should receive the same level of attention as your dissertation. The elements of your academic portfolio—CV, cover letter, research statement, teaching philosophy, and diversity statement—will require time and effort in order to be competitive. Most graduate students go through several iterations of each document before including it in the final portfolio. Don't do everything on your own! Graduate Career Services has the knowledge and experience to help you prepare for the academic job market. Come see us.


Your Academic Portfolio Statements

Recommended Reading

Academic Portfolio in the Digital Era: Organizing and Maintaining a Portfolio Using Reference ManagersPuneet BhargavaVatsal B. PatelRamesh S. IyerMariam MoshiriTracy J. RobinsonChandana Lall, and Matthew T. Heller

The Academic Portfolio: A Practical Guide to Documenting Teaching, Research, and ServicePeter Seldin and J. Elizabeth Miller

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Digital Resources

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