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The Curriculum Vitae (Vitae) is the most important source of information relevant to evaluation of faculty. The Vitae Format therefore is a definition of the types of information that are considered important in an evaluation; as such, the Vitae Format becomes an integral part of the statement of criteria for promotion, tenure, and salary increase recommendations. The Vitae Format occupies the remainder of this section.

  1. Biographical Information
    1. name
    2. birthdate and birthplace
    3. citizenship
    4. academic degrees (what, where, when)
    5. awards (postgraduate and postdoctoral; dated)
    6. academic positions (position, location, dates of service)
    7. other professional positions
    8. professional society memberships
    9. honor society memberships
    10. other honors

  2. Research and Creative Activity

    1. publications (Give full bibliographic citations for publications including page numbers and co-authors (if any). Separate refereed from non-refereed papers in each category.)

      1. books and book chapters

        1. research
        2. monograph (research/expository)
        3. textbook
        4. edited volume
        5. book chapters
        6. other

      2. journal articles
      3. conference articles (Indicate publisher and sponsoring organization(s) of conference proceedings.)

        1. international meetings
        2. national meetings
        3. regional meetings
        4. state and/or local meetings
      4. expository papers
      5. reviews

    2. other writings and productions

      1. preprints (works made available to others prior to publication)
      2. reports (works made available to others without intent to publish)
      3. abstracts
      4. software
      5. patents, inventions, and material devices

    3. speeches and addresses (Indicate the organization sponsoring the meeting and inviting the talk.)

      1. colloquia, workshops, symposia, panel discussions, and individual talks
      2. major addresses to meetings and conferences (indicate whether invited or refereed)
      3. other invited talks of a research, popular, or service nature

    4. citations (a tabulation of references to the works listed above in other such works, such as those in Science Citation Index)
    5. research grants (give source, tenure, purpose, and amount of funds)
    6. research contracts (give source, tenure, purpose, and amount funds)

  3. Teaching and Training
    1. courses taught in last five years (give Course Number and number of students)
    2. graduate student committee memberships (give department, name, and date graduated)
    3. masters committee chairpersonships (give name and date graduated)
    4. Master's Thesis directorships (give name and date graduated)
    5. PhD Dissertation directorships (give name and date graduated)
    6. undergraduate honors thesis directorships
    7. workshops
    8. course development work
    9. educational grants
    10. work with secondary schools
    11. instruction software and/or manuals

  4. Service

    1. university (committees, refereeing, and other university work of an administrative or advisement nature at any level)
      1. department
      2. college, university, and SUS

    2. public schools
    3. state, national, and international organizations (list offices held)
    4. industry
    5. honors received
    6. other

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Ted Baker