CV questions continued
I'm looking at the Burroughs-Wellcome Making the Right Moves handbook and just noticed a couple of things contrary to what I've been told before.
1. Include teaching interests on your CV. Is this true? It's news to me.
2. List manuscripts in preparation under a separate category. Really? I've heard a lot of debate about whether to list them at all, but I've always seen them listed along with everything else.
3. Do not include posters exhibited at scientific meetings.
Aha! See, posters don't count! In other words, at least to the people who published this handbook, posters are to people who get jobs as Trix are to the silly rabbit.
Or is that only for the Burroughs-Wellcome elite?
The rest of the proletariat should list posters because we don't have much else to show for ourselves, eh?