Science/Math Vita Sample ASTRID STARR 999 Lamplighter Lane Buda, Texas xxxxx (555) 888-xxxx EDUCATION Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Geosciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Anticipated Graduation Date: May, 20xx Dissertation:  “Mesozoic Mammals and Their Geological Significance” Director:  Benjamin There Master of Science in Geology Rutgers University 19xx Thesis:  “New Methods in Taphonomy” Bachelor of Science in Geology Smith College 19xx Magna cum laude FELLOWSHIPS AND HONORS Fellowship, American Association of University Women, 20xx Summer Research Fellowship, Java Institute, 19xx Outstanding Graduate Research, Department of Geology, Rutgers University, 19xx Women in Science Award, Smith College, 19xx TEACHING EXPERIENCE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA 19xx-present Instructor, Introduction to Geology Instructor, Historical Geology Instructor, Life of the Past RUTGERS UNIVERSITY 19xx-19xx Graduate Teaching Assistant, Historical Geology PUBLICATIONS AND MANUSCRIPTS “Developing a Guide to Mesozoic and Cenozoic Mammals for Undergraduates.” Teaching Geology Today, (forthcoming, Fall, 20xx). “Merging Geology and Biology: Critical Issues in Vertebrate Paleontology.”  Midwest Geological Journal (June, 20xx): 24-28. PRESENTATIONS “New Methods of Research in Mammalian Paleontology.”  Presented at the American  Association of Paleontology, Miami, November, 20xx. “Critical Issues in Geological Methodology.”  Central Region of American Geologists, Milwaukee, March, 20xx. RELATED EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS Extensive knowledge of Latin Graduate hours taken in Museum Studies Freelance experience in scientific illustration PRIMARY AREAS OF RESEARCH INTEREST Mammalian Paleontology Taphonomy Cenozoic Vertebrate Paleoecology Nannofossil Paleontology