How do you list current research on a CV?
Recent/Current Research: Description of research projects recently conducted or in progress. Include the type of research and a brief description of the purpose. Community Involvement: Appropriate and relevant volunteer work, church work, community service organizations, etc.
Where does research go on a resume?
You can list it under the “Experience” section if you weren’t paid for the work, “Work Experience” section if you were paid, the “Volunteer” or “Other Activities” section if you volunteered your time, or the “Research and Publications” if you published the work, or have additional related experience.
Why should I do research as an undergraduate?
Use undergraduate research to connect with your future career as a student. You’ll have the opportunity to study and work alongside current professionals and experts. Most students use research to confirm their interests and sometimes explore new interests they’ve never considered before.
How many hours do research assistants work?
Research Assistants are hired by faculty to assist in executing an academic research agenda. Depending on the department, a research assistant may work 20 or 29 hours a week during the school year and up to 40 hours over the summer.
How much work experience is required for Canada PR?
To be eligible for permanent residence under the Canadian Experience Class you must have completed, within the three years before you apply, at least: 12 months of full-time work: 30 hours/week for 12 months = 1 year full time (1,560 hours), OR.
Is PhD considered employment?
PhD does not count as employment. It is just simply studies.
Are PhD students students?
PhD students are all mature students, as they have already completed undergraduate and postgraduate degrees already. Many students go straight through an undergraduate and masters level to a PhD, but many other students have already started working, and their PhD is a way to grow an already established career.
Do PhD students count as students?
During the rest of the PhD program, they do research and/or teaching and are paid for that. From the standpoint of the university, these same PhD students are still ‘students’ and someone must pay tuition (not the student though; the department or research adviser pays) even if they are not taking classes.
Are PhD students researchers?
PhD students and PhD researchers are not the same thing. A “PhD researcher” is a researcher who has a PhD, while a PhD student is working on a project in order to obtain a PhD (i.e. does not have the degree yet). And you do this by performing research under guidance.