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									   Handbook of Sample
Resumes and Cover Letters
   for Technical Majors
Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil
& Environmental Engineering, Electrical & Computer
 Engineering, Chemistry, Geology, and Geography




            Bank of America Career Services Center
                    University of Delaware
                       401 Academy St.
                       Newark, DE 19716
                    Phone: (302) 831– 2392
                 E-mail: udcareers@udel.edu
                   http://www.udel.edu/CSC
 Sample
  Cover/
Thank You
 Letters
October 16, 2008

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
201 DuPont Hall
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
(o): (302) 831-1234
sample@udel.edu (change to your actual e-mail address)

Dr. Employer (change to employer’s real first and last name)
Head Scientist
RHODIA, Inc., Bristol Research & Technical Center
350 George Patterson Blvd.
Bristol, PA 19007

Dear Dr. Employer (change to employer’s real last name)

I am writing in reference to the job posting for Organic/Polymer Chemists with your organization. I was
informed of this valuable opportunity by Professor Name (change to professor/advisor’s real name)
from the University of Delaware where I am working towards a doctoral degree in Analytical Chemistry.
I expect to graduate in the spring of 2008.

I have experiences that I believe qualify me for the aforementioned positions, including extensive
research experience in design, synthesis, and purification of organic/ polymer materials from my PhD
research. For example, I participated with four teams of scientists from various organizations (UMASS
lowel, NREL, and KORNARKA) in the development of two dimensional thiophene based materials. This
“Ultra-high performance organic photovoltaic cell” project was founded by Defense Advanced Research
Projects Agency (DARPA).

In addition, the topic of my Master’s thesis, “Development of characterization method for synthetic
polymers” has prepared me for the chemist positions posted. Specifically, I developed a new technique
using a temperature gradient to characterize and to purify synthetic polymers.

As an industrial researcher at Samsung SDI Co., Ltd., I was responsible for new product development
which I conducted from the initial research phase to the successful commercialization of the “Organic
Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs).”

The enclosed resume provides details about my work experience and accomplishments. I would
appreciate the opportunity to interview with you and discuss how my background and research
qualifications can benefit Rhodia Inc. Please do not hesitate to contact me at the phone number or e-
mail address provided above if I can provide you with any additional information. I thank you for your
consideration and look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,

Sample A. Student
Sample A. Student
Enclosures: Resume, list of references.
35 Sample Dr.
Newark, DE 19711
(302) 123-4567
sample@udel.edu

October 19, 2008

Mr. John Manager
Recruiter
262 Chapman Road
Newark, DE 19702

Dear Mr. Manager,

I was given your name by Dr. Jack Townsend, Director of the Career Services Center at the
University of Delaware. I am interested in obtaining a full-time position with Hallmark Global
Technology, Inc. in the field of Software Development.

In May 2009, I will obtain a Master of Science degree in Computer Engineering from the
University of Delaware. I also have a Master’s degree in Computer Science and a Bachelor’s
Degree in Electrical Engineering. Additionally, I have worked for more than ten years for
several Chinese companies and institutes doing research. Through my research and educational
experience, I have developed strong research, analytical and oral communication skills. I have
also had the opportunity to lead several different projects allowing me to hone my leadership
skills while working cohesively within a group. I feel that my qualifications and experience
combined are ideal for the position in Software Development.

I have enclosed my resume and references. I can be contacted by mail, email or by phone to
further discuss my qualifications. Thank you for your consideration, and I look forward to
hearing from you.


Sincerely,


Name
Name
Enclosures: Resume
October 16, 2008

100 Sample Rd. (change you to your actual address)
Newark, DE 19711
(c) (302) 123-4567
E-mail: sample@udel.edu (change to your actual e-mail address)

Mr. Employer (change to employer’s real first and last name)
Human Resources Supervisor
Valero Energy Corporation
Delaware City, DE 19706

Dear Mr. Employer (change to employers real last name),

I would like to express my interest in Valero Energy Corporation and the available summer internship
position I located through the University of Delaware’s Career Services Center. The opportunity to be
employed by such a prestigious company which accommodates my interests would be an immense
stepping stone for my future.

I am currently a junior at the University of Delaware working towards a Bachelor of Science in Chemical
Engineering with minors in Materials Science and Economics. In addition to meeting the demands of the
challenging Chemical Engineering curriculum, I also work part-time as an undergraduate researcher and
have two summers’ experience in finance and accounting. I am a firm believer in the importance of
being well-rounded and taking on new challenges, and I believe this shows through in my assortment of
both academic and work experiences.

I believe that my education, work experience, and enthusiasm for the discipline make me a qualified and
valuable candidate for the position you are seeking to fill. I have enclosed my resume. I hope it
demonstrates what I can offer to Valero. Thank you very much for your consideration, and I look
forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,


Sample A. Student
Sample A. Student
Enclosures: Resume
                 SAMPLE THANK-YOU LETTER



100 Main Street                                              Your address
Newark, DE 19711

October 15, 2008                                             Date


Dr. Employer, Director                                       Employer’s name, title
Technical Design Group                                       and address
Atlantic Engineering Systems, Inc.
100 Sample Avenue
Newport News, VA 12345

Dear Dr. Employer:                                           Interviewer’s Name

I want to thank you very much for interviewing me            Express your sincere
yesterday for the associate engineer position. I enjoyed     appreciation
meeting you and learning more about your research and
design work.

My enthusiasm for the position and my interest in            Reemphasize your
working for AES were strengthened as a result of the         strongest qualifications
interview. I believe that my education and internship
experiences fit nicely with the job requirements, and I
am sure that I could make a significant contribution to
the firm over time.

I want to reiterate my strong interest in the position and   Reiterate your interest
in working with you and your staff. You provide the          in the position.
kind of opportunity I seek. Please feel free to contact me
at 888-888-8888 or student@yahoo.com if I can provide
you with any additional information.

Again, thank you for your time and consideration.            Restate your
                                                             appreciation
                              Sincerely,

                              Richard Student                Your signature


                              Richard Student
Resumes
 Chemical
Engineering
                                        Name
                                     sample@udel.edu
Local Address:                                                          Permanent Address:
100 Sample St.                                                               200 Model Ln.
Newark, DE 19711                                                        Houston, TX 23456
Cell: (123) 456-7890                                                  Home: (234) 567-8901

  OBJECTIVE:
  To obtain a summer internship in the chemical industry

  EDUCATION:
  Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
  Minors: Biochemical Engineering, Chemistry, and German
  May 2008
  Cumulative GPA: 3.2/4.0

  Related coursework:
  Chemistry I, Organic Chemistry I, Physical Chemistry II, Applied Math for Chemical
  Engineers, Chemical Engineering Kinetics, Fluid Mechanics, Materials Science, Physics

  EXPERIENCE:
    • Laboratory assistant, Benchmark Analytics, Valley Center, PA (Summer 2006)
          o Tested water, wastewater, and soil samples for herbicides, pesticides,
            semi-volatile organic compounds, soluble organic compounds, and
            haloacetic acids
          o Extractions utilized liquid-liquid and liquid-solid techniques such as
            separatory funnel solvent washing, filtration, and pipette transferring

      •   Laboratory Assistant, Fracture Technology Associates, Bethlehem, PA
          (Summer 2003, 2003, and 2005; Winter 2005 and 2007)
             o Assisted in move and set up of laboratory in new location
             o Aided in testing metal for its fatigue and fracture
             o Measured, prepared, and delivered metal samples to undergo testing
             o Drafted specimen specifications using AutoCAD
             o Analyzed laboratory data using computer graphing software

  SKILLS:
     • Proficient in Microsoft Office, Windows, AutoCAD, MATLAB, and Maple.
     • Intermediate knowledge of German

  HONORS:
    • University of Delaware Merit Aid Recipient
    • Eagle Scout of Boy Scout Troop # 191
                                                  Name
                                              sample@udel.edu

Office (correspondence)                                                                                  Home
Department of Chemical Engineering                                                              100 Sample St.
University of Delaware                                                                  Middletown, DE 19617
Newark, DE 19716                                                                          Cell: (302) 123-4567
(302) 831-1234


      OBJECTIVE: To obtain an entry-level position in process and/or product development and
      design

      EDUCATION:

          •   Master of Science in Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering,
              University of Delaware, Newark, DE (expected December 2009)
                  o GPA: 3.8/4.0
                  o Graduate courses: Thermodynamics, Transport Phenomena, Chemical Kinetics,
                      Advanced Engineering Mathematics I and II
                  o Research advisor: Dr. Name
                  o Thesis: “ Rheology and electrospinning of neat and nonfilled polymer solutions:
                      Production of novel polymer fibers with different nanoscale morphologies”
                              Developed method for prediction of rheology of a polymer-nanoparticle
                              system which also provides insights into the microstructure of the material
                              Related electrospun fiber morphologies to rheological properties of the
                              spinning solutions
                              Modeled eletrospinning using thermodynamics and transport phenomena
                              Studied the phase behavior of polymer-solvent-clay and polymer-solvent
                              systems
                              Formulated a numerical procedure to eliminate the numerical challenge
                              common with earlier methods used to model phase behavior of ternary
                              polymeric systems
          •   Bachelor of Technology, Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering,
              Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (formerly University of Roorkee), India, (May
              2007)
                  o First class with honors (82.8% overall) – not convertible to GPA system. Class
                      standing 2/41
                  o Developed computer software to perform mechanical and process design
                  o Project: Process and mechanical design of a dimethyl acetamide (DMAC)
                      manufacturing unit

      INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE:

          •   In-plant training at Indian Oil Corporation Limited (Summer 2006)
                  o In-plant training in various units
                  o Project: Evaluation of operating costs of the unity, Coker A
PRESENTATIONS:

   •   Poster presentation: “Rheology and electrospinnin of poly(ethylene oxide-)water and
       poly(ethylene oxide-)water-laponite systems, at AFPRI annual meeting 2009 at
       University of Delaware and at Tiger-Hen Pheology Day 2009 at Princeton University
   •   Talk: “Biodiesel – An alternative to gasoline for automotive fuels, Chemism 2006
       (technical festival), IIT Roorkee
   •   Talk: “Biodegradable plastics,” Chemism 2006, IIT Roorkee

UPCOMING SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS:

   •   Rheological mastercurves of neat and laponite-loaded poly(ethylene oxide)-water
       solutions
   •   Effects of rheology and extensional properties or polymeric systems on electrspun fiber
       morphology

SKILLS/STRENGTHS:

   •   Technical
          o Production of polymer and polymer composite nanofibers through electrospinning
          o Rheology of polymeric and colloidal systems
          o Experimental and theoretical phase behavior studies
          o Characterization techniques: electron microscopy (SEM, TEM), x-ray scattering,
              atomic force microscopy, infrared spectroscopy and raman spectroscopy
          o Experiment design
   •   Computers
          o C, C++, MATLAB, MATCAD, MAPLE, LATEX, Fluent, IRIS
          o Some familiarity with Aspen-Plus and AutoCAD
   •   Languages
          o Fluent in English and Hindi
          o Some familiarity with other Indian languages
   •   Teaching
          o Workshop lecturer on polymer and colloidal-gel rheology, University of Delaware
              (2009)
          o Teaching assistant for graduate thermodynamics course, University of Delaware
              (2009)

HONORS/AWARDS:

   •   Best poster award at the Tiger-Hen Rheology Day at Princeton University
   •   Merit-based scholarship, IIT Roorkee (2003-2007)
   •   Research assistantship, University of Delaware (July 2007-December 2009)
   •   Three out of four awards for highest scores in groups of chemical engineering courses,
       IIT Roorkee (2003-2007)
           o Chemical Technology I and II and Material and Energy Balance (2004)
           o Process and Mechanical Equipment Design (2005)
           o Unit Operations (2006)

REFERENCE: Available upon request.




Name                                                                                 Page 2 of 2
                                              Name
                                         100 Sample St., Apt. # 5a
                                            Magnolia, DE 19123
                                           Cell: (302) 123-4567
                                          Office: (302) 831-1234
                                         E-mail: sample@udel.edu
OBJECTIVE:

To obtain a summer internship position in a research or technical field compatible with the research
focus below.

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

    •   Fundamental research on protein folding and aggregation
    •   Biophysical analysis of protein structures, including folding intermediates and aggregates
    •   Protein production and purification

EDUCATION:

    •   Ph. D. in Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE (expected May 2009)
             o   Dissertation: “ Investigating folding and aggregation of P22 tailspike protein in vitro”
             o   Advisor: Dr. Name
    •   Master of Science in Biotechnology, Graduate School of Biotechnology, Korea University, Seoul,
        Korea (2003)
             o   Thesis: “ Biodegradation of phenol and chlorophenols with defined mixed culture in
                 packed bed reactor and its kinetics “
             o   Advisor: Dr. Name
    •   Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Korea University, Seoul, Korea (2001)

EXPERIENCE:

    •   Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware
        (2004 – Present)
             o   In vitro folding study of tailspike protein to understand competition between on-
                 pathway folding and off-pathway aggregation and their determinants
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           o   Technical skills: protein expression in bacteria and purification, HPLC, gel
               electrophoresis, western blotting, circular dichroism, intrinsic tryptophan fluorescence,
               FT-IR, light scattering, analytical ultracentrigfugation, kinetic modeling with MatLab
   •   Teaching Assistant, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware (Fall 2006)
           o   Undergraduate kinetics course
                       Conducted office hours to assist students with homework
                       Prepared homework solutions
                       Graded homework
                       Managed course homepage
   •   Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Biotechnology, Korea University (2001-2003)
           o   Design and optimization of bioreactor system to degrade phenolic compounds with
               mixed bacteria culture and analysis of chemical compounds with HPLC
           o   Design and optimization of bioreactor system to produce alcohol for fuel from
               wastepaper and analysis with gas chromatography

HONORS:

   •   Graduate school of Biotechnology fellowship (2001 – 2002)
   •   Academic scholarship (1998, Fall 2000)
   •   Exxon chemical Scholarship (1999)

PUBLICATIONS (abbreviated list):

   •   Name and names, “ Beta helix formation and transient disulfide bonding are critical for on-
       pathway association of P22 tailspike chains,” In preparation
   •   Other names and name, “Non-native…”

ORAL PRESENTATION:

   •   Name and other names, “Insights into the folding mechanism of oligomeric P22 tailspin protein
       from low temperature incubation,” ACS National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 28 – April 1,
       2007.

POSTER PRESENTATIONS (abbreviated list):

   •   Name and other names, “Beta helix formation and transient disulfide…”

REFERENCES: Available upon request.
   Civil
Engineering
                                                 Name
  Home Address:                                                                                Current Address:
  100 Sample Ave.                                                                                 100 Sample Dr.
  Orlando, FL 12345                                                                       Middletown, DE 19816
  Home: (123) 098-7654                                                                      Cell: (123) 456-7890
                                                                                        E-mail: sample@udel.edu



OBJECTIVE      To obtain a position with a reputable organization as a civil engineer

PROFILE
               •   Strong PC and Apple computer skills: spreadsheets, database, word processing
               •   Experience working with AutoCAD & Microstation
               •   Strong verbal and written communication skills
               •   Multi-cultural background and fluent in French
               •   Ability to work well with others and highly receptive to new environments

EDUCATION
               •   B.S. in Civil Engineering, Class of 2009, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware

RELATED
EXPERIENCE
               •   Intern, Whiting-Turner Contracting Company, Newark, DE, June – August 2008
                       Read construction drawings and interpreted project specifications
                       Worked on submittal log for specification booklet
                       Processed submittals and assisted with quantity takeoff
                       Supervised and coordinated subcontractor work

               •   Intern, Delmarva Power, Pepco Holdings, Inc., Newark, DE, 2006 – 2008
                       Performed sag tension calculations for clearance calculation
                       Calculated as-built clearances for maximum sag conditions
                       Assembled job packages as directed by project engineer
                        Developed and revised pole data spreadsheets
                       Prepared installation and removal asset sheets for project closings

               •   Resident Assistant, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, 2005 – 2006
                       Managed a University residence hall floor of diverse undergraduate students
                       Maintained all bulletin boards with accurate, up-to-date, and useful information
                       Counseled students on various personal and academic issues

               •   Construction Intern, Private subcontractor, Orlando, FL, June – August 2005
                     Assisted the subcontractor with painting and removal of drywall

ACTIVITIES
               •   Athlete, Men's Soccer Division A team, New Castle County, Delaware
               •   E-board member, Delaware African Student Association, University of Delaware
               •   Member, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), University of Delaware
               •   Member , National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), University of Delaware
SPECIAL HONORS
           • RISE scholar (Resources to Insure Successful Engineers), University of Delaware
                                                  Name
                                              100 Sample St.
                                              Bear, DE 19820
                                            Cell: (302) 123-4567
                                          E-mail: sample@udel.edu

Professional Interests
   • Biodegradation of energetic compounds
   • Wastewater engineering
   • Pilot plant design and operation
   • Hazardous waste management

Education
   • Master of Science in Civil Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
          o Expected May 2009
          o Thesis: “Design and operation of novel up-flow bioreactor for microbial perchlorate removal”
   • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
          o May 2007

Computer skills
   • Operating systems: Windows XP
   • Scientific applications: Maple, MINEQL+, Sigma Plot
   • Office applications: Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel

Internship experience
    • Engineering Technician, U.S. Army Armament Research Development and Engineering Center,
        Project Integration Office, Picatinny, NJ
            o June-August, 2005 and 2006
            o Tasks:
                          Constructed a database of ammunition types and how they were packaged
                          Worked on various engineering projects; mainly environmentally-friendly
                          ammunition development and testing of tungsten penetrators
                          Conducted field tests to troubleshoot and repair problems with unmanned robotic
                          vehicles, robots and gun turrets
                          Compiled and presented budgets to military officials on future projects
    • Intern, Project Management and Estimation, MJA Construction Services, Mine Hill, NJ
            o June-August, 2005
            o Tasks:
                          Read blueprints for quantities of materials to determine the cost of projects
                          Projects included the construction of a new library for The College of New Jersey,
                          private residences, municipal fire house, and a new wing for an elementary school
                          Built a model of a private residence from its blueprints
                          Oversaw construction of a municipal firehouse and visited the site to ensure that
                          construction was proceeding according the schedule

Teaching experience
   • Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
           o Water and Wastewater Engineering: Fall 2006
           o Environmental Engineering: Spring 2007 and 2008
           o Responsibilities:
                     Held office hours to assist students with assignments
                     Created solutions to problem sets and exams


                                                    Name
                        Graded homework and exams
                        Proctored midterm and final exams

Research experience
   • Graduate Research Assistant, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
           o August 2006 – present
           o Tasks:
                     Design and operation of several reactor s for biological treatment of perchlorate
                     Provide assistance in experiments treating synthetic Army ammunition plant
                     wastewater by zero-valent iron
                     Contribute to reports submitted to government agencies detailing research progress
                     Becoming proficient in the operation of Dionex High Performance Liquid
                     Chromatography (HPLC) and Ion Chromatography (IC) Systems

Projects
   • Zero Valent Ion
         o Designed pilot scale treatment facility inside a mobile trailer for removal of contaminants
             from Army Ammunition Plant wastewater containing hexahydro-1, 2,3-trinitro-1, 3, 5-
             triazine (RDX)
         o Produced technical drawings of unit depicting layout and overall process schematic
         o Responsible for ordering all materials required for construction
         o Assembled trailer from drawings with aid from departmental machinist
   • Biological Processes
         o Designed and operated a Fluidized Bed reactor and Up-Flow Sludge Blanket reactor for
             synthetic Ammunition Plant wastewater containing high perchlorate concentrations
         o Compared operational parameters to determine which system is most effective
         o Operated packed bed bio-reactor to asses effectiveness of reactor to remove percholate
   • Integrated processes
         o Conducted experiments to determine if a co-mingled waste stream containing iron- reduced
             energetic compounds could serve as electron donors for percholate respiring bacteria

Publications
   • Peer reviewed
            o Name and other names (2007). “Simultaneous removal of perchlorate and energetic
                compounds by zero-valent iron and perchlorate respiring bacteria.” Submitted.
   • Conferences
            o Name and other names, “Simultaneous removal of perchlorate and energetic compounds by
                zero-valent iron and perchlorate respiring bacteria,” Presented at Annual ESTCP Conference
                (2007).
            o Name and other names, “Zero-valent iron technology for treatment of pink water: Pilot-scale
                demonstration,” Presented at Annual ESTCP Conference (2007).
   • Thesis: “Design and operation of novel up-flow bioreactor for microbial perchlorate removal,” to be
        submitted to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, May 2009.

Awards and recognitions
   • Passed Fundamentals of Engineering Exam, April 2007
   • Member of Water Environment Federation since 2005
   • Founding father, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Delaware Alpha Chapter, 2004
   • Attained rank of Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America, 2001




                                            Name, page 2 of 2
                                                Name
                                       100 Sample St., Apartment 1
                                            Albany, NY 12345
Home phone: (123) 456-7890                                                      E-mail: sample@gmail.com

OBJECTIVE: To obtain a position in geotechnical and pavement engineering.
PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS
     Geotechnical Analysis and Foundation                        Spectral Analysis of Data
     Design                                                      Wave Analysis
     Pavement Analysis and Design                                Management of Civil Infrastructure
EDUCATION
 Doctor of Philosophy in Civil Engineering, December 2008
 University of Delaware, Newark, DE
 Concentration: Performance and Condition Assessment of Civil Infrastructure
 Relevant Coursework: Data Mining and Modeling, Analysis of Wave Spectra
 Master of Science in Civil Engineering, December 2005
 Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
 Concentration: Geotechnical and Pavement Engineering
 Relevant Coursework: Finite Element Methods, Geographic Information Systems
 Bachelor of Science with Honors in Civil Engineering, July 2002
 University of Science & Technology, Kumasi, Ghana
SKILLS
 Computer
   Operating Systems:            MS Windows
   Technical Applications:       Proficient in: AutoCAD, MATLAB, HERS-ST
                                 Working knowledge of: ArcGIS, SEEP/W
   Microsoft Applications:       MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint
 Other
   Geotechnical Investigations: Laboratory testing experience, classifying soils
 RELEVANT EXPERIENCE
 09/2005 – 08/2008      Research Assistant, Civil Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
                             Used spectral methods to analyze data to assess condition of civil
                             infrastructure to increase level of efficiency and confidence in on-demand
                             infrastructure management
                             Performed research, analyzed data, developed model for hot mix asphalt
                             skid resistance, and wrote a full project report
                             Performed background studies on hot mix asphalt pavement noise
 06/2004 – 08/2005      Research Assistant, Civil Engineering, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
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                           Established effect of the chemical composition of compaction water on soil
                           subgrades and embankments through comprehensive geotechnical
                           laboratory testing, including writing a full technical report
                           Performed research on asphalt binder quality assurance for Texas
                           Department of Transportation and documented results in a technical report
 08/2002 – 07/2003     Teaching Assistant, Civil Engineering, University of Science & Technology,
                       Kumasi, Ghana
                           Assisted with “Computer-Aided Design” for 100 students
                           Supervised computer laboratory for Civil Engineering Department
OTHER EXPERIENCE
 09/2008 – present     Graduate Counselor, Resources to Insure Successful Engineers (RISE),
                       University of Delaware, Newark, DE
                           Provide academic advisement to undergraduate engineering students to
                           assist them in obtaining and maintaining good GPA through graduation
                           Coordinate and lead weekly student group discussions that support and
                           promote academic success
                           Manage RISE mentoring program
 09/2007 – 12/2007     Interstate Highway System Asset Management Framework - Class project
                           Held weekly group meetings to discuss new ideas for asset management
                           framework
                           Presented final asset management framework before a panel of professors
                           and industry professionals
AWARDS
 06/2006 – 08/2008         Graduate Research Assistantship, University of Delaware
 09/2005 – 05/2006         Bloc Davis Fellowship, University of Delaware
 01/2004 – 08/2005         Graduate Scholarship, Texas Tech University
PUBLICATIONS
     Name and other names, “Comparative Study of Hilbert-Huang Transform, Fourier Transform and
     Wavelets in Pavement Profile Analysis.” Submitted to journal for review.
     Name and other names, “Exploring Pavement Crack Evaluation with Bidimensional Empirical Mode
     Decomposition.” Proc. SPIE, Vol. 6576, 2008
     Name and other names “Application of the Empirical Mode Decomposition to Pavement Profile
     Analysis.” Proc. ASCE GeoCongress 2006, Vol. 187, No. 61, 2007
     Name and other names, “Monitoring the Performance of Geosynthetic Materials within Pavement
     Systems Using MEMS.” Proc. SPIE, Vol. 5764, pp. 142-150, 2006
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
     American Society of Civil Engineers, Student Member
     Transportation Research Board, Student Affiliate
 Electrical/
 Computer
Engineering
                                                  Name
                                               100 Sample Rd.
                                             Newark, DE 12345
                                             Cell: (302) 456-7890
                                          E-mail: sample@yahoo.com
PROFILE:
Computer engineer with a concentration in software and hardware design

PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS:
   • Industrial engineering
   • Project management
   • Technical support/training
   • Automated test management

EDUCATION:
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
May 2009
Minor: Computer Science

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Experience in technical support and computer software training
  • Experience with volume forecasting and planning, work measurement and job set up, operating plan
      development, implementation and maintenance, and operational auditing (data integrity)
  • Training in improving organizational performance; and promoting effective service, quality, cost, and
      performance measures
  • Extensive computer program designing for communication between computer interface and measurement
      devices using the Labview 5.0 software package

ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE:
   • Internship, Industrial Engineering/Technical Support Group, United Parcel Service, Trenton, NJ,
      June 2007 – February 2008
      Duties included:
          o Training employees on UPS software and operating systems
          o Spearheading planning and cost controls in all areas of operation
          o Promoting continuous improvement of service, quality, and performance
          o Dealing with computer and technical troubleshooting and support
   • Internship, Computer Programmer, Center for Composite Material, Newark, DE
      June 2006 – September 2006
      Duties included:
          o Designing programs using Labview 5.0 Software that communicated with specified device i.e.
               Laser Displacement System
          o These programs were used to calculate and transmit measurements from the specified
               measurement device to the adjoined computer

COMPUTER SKILLS:
  • Languages: C, C++, VHDL, Assembly language
  • Design tools: FPGA, VLSI, Ledit, Synopsys
  • Software: MSOffice, Excel, PowerPoint, Matlab, Labview 5.0, Active-HDL, Xilinx
  • Operating systems: UNIX, LINUX, Windows 95 and 98, Windows NT 4.0

MEMBERSHIPS:
  • National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
  • Resources to Ensure Successful Engineers (RISE)
                                                            Name
                                                  100 Sample Dr.
                                               Middletown, DE 19618
                                                 cell: (302)-123-4567
                                                Email: sample@hotmail.com

PROFILE:
   Electrical Engineer with interests in:
   - Consulting
   - Biomedical Electrical Engineering Applications
   - Semiconductor Design and Fabrication

EDUCATION:
  Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, May 2008
  - Concentration in Materials and Devices
  - Minor in Japanese

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE: Kobe, Japan, Winter 2007

ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE:
  Senior Design Project- University of Delaware, Spring 2008
  - Used engineering knowledge to design and fabricate a MOSFET inverter and several test transistors.
  - Gained experience with all MOSFET fabrication processes including photolithography, oxidation, n and p diffusion, etching,
  and metal evaporation or sputtering
  University of Delaware-Department of Electrical Engineering, May-October 2008
  Student Research Assistant
  - Designed and fabricated an Infrared emitter array for use in Tera-hertz research.
  University of Delaware-Department of Electrical Engineering, January-February 2008
  Student Research Assistant
  - Designed and fabricated a transistor device for use in university research.
  Center for Composite Materials, July-December 2007
  Student Research Assistant:
  - Designed a program to control a robot to be used in material processing.
  US First Robotics Competition, January-May 2004
  Team Captain and Lead Student Engineer
  - Researched and developed a multi-facetted robot for competitions in a regional and national robotics competition

QUALIFICATIONS:
  Knowledge of C/C++, Java, HTML, UNIX.
  Experience with AUTOCAD, Maple, L-Edit, S-Edit, T-spice and MatLab.
  Motivated hard worker with strong interpersonal skills
  Strong written and oral communication skills

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE:
  Grotto Pizza, Newark, DE; January 2004-Present
  University of Delaware, Department of Facilities Management, May-August 2007
  The Gap, Newark, DE, August 2003-May 2005

HONORS AND MEMBERSHIPS:
  University of Delaware Honors Program, 2004-2008
  Resources to Insure Successful Engineers (Minority engineering program)
  - Participants and scholarship recipient, 2005-2008
  University Merit Award recipient, September 2004-May 2008
  Sigma Chi Fraternity
  - Director of Brotherhood Activities, Spring 2008
  - Alumni Relations Chair, Fall 2008
  - Director of New Member Education, Fall 2008
                                            Name
                                          123 Sample Ct.
                                        Atlanta, GA 12345
                                       Cell: (123) 456-7890
                                     E-mail: name@gmail.com
Technical skills:
   •   Extensive knowledge of electrical and computer engineering principles and design principles
   •   Extensive knowledge of current networking technology: OSPF, MPLS, RSVP, TCP/IP,
       ATM, SONET, cryptography, digital subscriber lines, et al.
   •   Advanced programming background in C++, C, Basic, Perl, HTML, Java, Javascript, and
       Visual Basic
   •   Experience with embedded systems programming through extensive work with Wind
       River's VxWorks, VxSim, and Linux real time operating systems
   •   Extensive experience with UNIX, Windows, and all other major operating systems

Education:

   •    Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
        (May 2008)
          • Master's thesis: "Routing Protocol Survivability in Unstable Networked Environments"
          • GPA: 3.5/4.0
   •    Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
        (May 2006)
          • Minor: Computer Science
          • Dean's List Fall 2002 — Spring 2006
          • GPA: 3.76/4.0

Experience:
   •    Software Engineer, Corvis Corporation, Wilmington, DE (September 2008 — Present)
           • Work with integration of MPLA and RSVP with an advanced, long-haul fiber-optic
              switch in a VxWorks and Linux environment
           • Code interfaces between protocol stack and optical cross connect switch
           • Perform significant work with VxSim
           • Have authored several design and test documents as well as numerous technical
              documents
   •    AT&T Systems and Test Engineer, AT&T Labs, Atlanta, GA (July 2007 —
        September 2008)
           • Worked with Voice Over IP and Internet Service Provider Development in
              conjunction with and support of proprietary Common Open IP Platform
           • Worked with Content Distribution Cable Network and video telephony
           • Was in charge of research and writing and systems requirements for new services under
              development
    •   Research Assistant, University of Delaware, Newark, DE (August 2005 —June 2007)
                                                                                              2 of 2


          • Master's thesis research concentration: “Development and implementation in C++
             of full scale internet networking simulator for very large networks in order to
             investigate network strain and its resolution as determined by varying routing
             algorithms...”
    •   Computer Programmer, SURVICE Engineering, Bear, DE (June 2005 — August 2005)
          • Designed and implemented several data handling algorithms (Visual Basic)
          • Granted secret security clearance

Leadership:

    •   President, local chapter of the Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers (IEEE)
        (2005 —2006)
    •   Vice President, local chapter of Eta Kappa Nu (Electrical Engineering Honor Society)
        (2005 —2006)
    •   Martial Arts Instructor, Kim's Karate: Laurel and Bel Air, MD and Karate Unlimited:
        Bel Air, MD
    •   Secretary, Food and Culinary Club, University of Delaware (2004 – 2006)
    •   Secretary, Campus Girl Scouts, University of Delaware (2005 – 2006)
    •   Secretary, Students for the Environment, University of Delaware (2004 – 2005)

Professional affiliations:

    •   Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers (IEEE)
    •   Golden Key National Honor Society
    •   Eta Kappa Nu (Electrical Engineering Honor Society)
    •   National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
    •   Society of Women Engineers
    •   American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)


Interests:
    •   Travel
    •   Cooking
    •   Software design
    •   Internet gaming
    •   Community service


References: Available upon request




Name
                                              Name
                                             Local Address:
                                        100 Sample Dr., Apt. #7
                                           Newark, DE 19711
                                          (h): (302) 123-4567
                                           sample@udel.edu
OBJECTIVE:
To obtain and internship in the area of testing and measurement of wireless communication
EDUCATION:
    •   Ph.D. (Candidate), Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
             o   Expected May 2008
             o   Concentration: communication and signal processing
             o   GPA: 4.0/4.0
    •   M.S., Electrical Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
             o   June 2003
             o   Concentration: Communication and signal processing
             o   GPA: 3.7/4.0
    •   M.S., Testing Engineering, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing, China
             o   April 2000
             o   Concentration: Instrumentation and testing systems
             o   GPA: 3.74/4.0
    •   B.S., Testing Engineering, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing, China
             o   July 1997
             o   Concentration: Instrumentation and testing systems
             o   GPA: 3.67/4.0
EXPERIENCE (abbreviated list):
   •    Teaching Assistant, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Delaware
             o   September 2003- Present
             o   Direct lab and grade homework for undergraduate course “Signal Processing First”
   •    Research Assistant at Wireless Communication Lab, The Ohio State University
             o   September 2001- March 2003
             o   Designed and implemented a narrowband MIMO channel sounding system, including RF
                 transmitter, RF receiver, IF digital downconverter, GPA and DAQ system
           o   Developed a real-time data acquisition, analyzing, displaying and system monitoring
               program, accomplished by LABVIEW, ADSP-21160
           o   Tested and calibrated many key parameters of this system, like dynamic range,
               frequency drift, IP3 point, and noise figure
           o   Organized and performed…
   •   Research Assistant at Measurement and Control Lab, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and
       Astronautics
           o   September 1997- March 2000
           o   Implemented a DAQ system for machinery fault diagnostics.
QUALIFICATIONS:
   •   Knowledge of structure, design, simulation and debugging of general-purpose computer-based
       measurement system, embedded system, and virtual instrument
   •   Knowledge of wireless communication system design, implementation, and testing
   •   Familiar with many test instruments like oscilloscope, multimeter signal generator, channel
       emulator, and vector signal analyzer
   •   Familiar with a variety of programming languages, tools, and platforms
           o   Programming languages: C, C++, FORTRAN, HTML
           o   Software package: MATLAB, SIMULINK, LABVIEW, PROTEL, MS-Office, LATEX, VISIO
           o   Operating systems: Windows 9X/2000/XP, Linux, MS-DOS
PUBLICATIONS AND SOFTWARE (abbreviated list):
   •   Name, Narrowband Sounding System V1.0, IPS Wireless Communication Lab, Department of
       Electrical Engineering, The Ohio State University, December 2002
   •   Name, Initial Characterization of MIMO Radio Channel, M.S. thesis, Department of Electrical
       Engineering, The Ohio State University, May 2003
   •   Name and other names…
HONORS:
   •   The Ohio State University Graduate School Fellowship, The Ohio State University, September
       2000- August 2001
   •   Outstanding Graduate Student Fellowship, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics,
       September 1997
   •   Haiying Scholarship, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, October 1995
REFERENCE: Available upon request.

Name                                                                                        2|Page
Environmental
 Engineering
                                                Name
                                            sample@udel.edu


Permanent address:                                                                           Local address:
100 Sample Dr.                                                                              100 Sample Rd.
Portsmouth, NH 12345                                                                  Newark, DE 19711
(h): (123) 456-7890                                                                   (h): (302) 567-8901


OBJECTIVE:
To obtain a summer job in the field of Environmental Engineering
EDUCATION:
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE (expected August
2009)
GPA: 3.5/4.0
RELATED COURSEWORK:
    •   Introduction to Environmental                         •    Physics
        Engineering                                           •    General Chemistry
    •   General Chemistry                                     •    Quantitative Chemistry
    •   Quantitative Chemistry                                •    Calculus I and II
COMPUTER SKILLS:
    •   WordPerfect
    •   Microsoft Excel
    •   Lotus
    •   Maple
WORK EXPERIENCE:
    •   Substitute nursery school teacher, Jewish Community Center, Allentown PA (Winter 2008)
    •   Waitress, Chi Chis, Allentown, PA (Summer 2007)
    •   Registrar, Steps in Time, Allentown, PA (Summer 2006 and 2007)
    •   Waitress, Starlite Diner, Fogelsville, PA (Winter 2006)
HONORS:
    •   Dean’s List (Fall 2006)
    •   Honors Program, University of Delaware
    •   University of Delaware 4-year Merit Scholarship
    •   Elf Antochem 4-year Scholarship
AFFILIATIONS/ACTIVITIES:
    •   Society of Women Engineers, University of Delaware (2005- Present)
                                                  Name
                                              204 Dupont Hall
                              Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
                                          University of Delaware
                                             Newark, DE 19716
                                       Office phone: (302) 831-4567
                                         E-mail: sample@udel.edu

RESEARCH AND TECHNICAL INTERESTS:
    • Wastewater treatment design and control                     • Chemical and environmental interaction of
         techniques                                                   pollutants
    • Water quality modeling                                      • Air pollution control
    • Process design
EDUCATION:
Master of Science in Environmental Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE (Expected January 2008)
Advisor: Dr. Name
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering, Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, Turkey
(January 2005)
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
    • Graduate Assistant, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Delaware
         (2005-Present)
         Conducted research in:
              o Advanced water quality modeling
              o Natural wastewater treatment systems
              o Biochemistry
    • Senior Environmental Engineer, Department of Environmental Engineering, Middle East Technical
         University (2003-2004)
              o Organized and prepared the air pollution course material in electronic form
              o Assisted advisor, Dr. Name, on a project entitled “Odorous emissions and emissions management
                  policy in Turkey”
              o Designed project entitled “Job opportunities in the environmental sector in Turkey and in the
                  world: Suggestions for the graduating environmental engineers” for environmental impact
                  assessment course
INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE:
    • Part-time job, Alter-International Engineering and Consulting, Ltd,. Ankara, Turkey (September 2004 –
         December 2004)
              o Assisted general manager
              o Redesigned company webpage
              o Took part in company meetings as translator
              o Assisted in preparation of technical and financial proposals
    • Part-time job, Halici Yazilimevi, METU – Teknokent, Ankara, Turkey (July 2004 – August 2004)
              o Took part in data transfer processes
SKILLS:
    • Computer
              o Programming in C                                           o CoreDRAW11
              o AutoCAD                                                    o MATLAB 6.5
              o WaterCAD                                                   o Microsoft Office
    • Languages:
              o Turkish (native speaker)                                   o German (intermediate)
              o English (fluent spoken and written)                        o French (beginner)
HONORS AND AWARDS:
    • Graduate Assistantship, University of Delaware (Fall 2005 - Present)
                                                      Name
         Email: sample@udel.edu • Tel (Work): 302-123-4567; (Home): 302-123-4567 • Fax: 302-123-4567
                                       100 Sample Dr., Dover, DE 19712

OBJECTIVE
   To obtain a position in Environmental Engineering with the DuPont Company

RESEARCH INTERESTS
   Membrane Separation
   Water Treatment and Reuse
   Molecular Modeling

EDUCATION
   Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC                        October 2005
   Dissertation Title: “Removal of Humic Substances by Electro-Membrane Filtration”
   Thesis Advisor: Professor Name
   Major GPA: 4.00/4.00 Overall GPA: 3.97/4.00

   B.S. in Civil Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC                                    June 1999
   Thesis Title: “Enhancing Drug Delivery by Phonophoresis”
   Thesis Advisor: Professor Name
   Major GPA: 3.68/4.00 GPA: 3.46/4.00

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
   Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering                            July 2008–Present
   University of Delaware, Newark, DE
   Advisor: Professor Name

   Associate Engineer, Cellulosic Ethanol Program                                                October 2007–July 2008
   Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Taoyuan, Taiwan, ROC
 • Participated in a 40-person team bioethanol project and responsible for ethanol dehydration by pervaporation in pilot
   scale experiments.
 • Developed a nanofiltration process for xylose concentration and detoxification.
 • Constructed a model for evaluating production cost of ethanol from lignocellulosic biomass.

   Postdoctoral Fellow, Research Center for Biodiversity                                     January 2007–October 2007
   Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC
 • Performed an ecology project specifically on monitoring soil organic carbon, nitrogen and microbial activity evolution in
   subalpine soil.
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 • Analyzed solid state C NMR and liquid state H NMR spectrum emphasizing on spin relaxation data processing.
 • Composed a postdoctoral research proposal, which awarded a two-year postdoctoral fellowship.

   Research Assistant, Graduate Institute of Environmental Engineering                        August 2004–October 2005
   National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC                                         September 1999–August 2003
 • Designed an electrical-membrane filtration device, which enables reducing fouling and increasing humic substances
   rejection simultaneously.
 • Directed research theses of five graduate students.
 • Successfully prepared three funded projects totaling USD $100,000.

   Visiting Doctorate Student, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering                     August 2003–July 2004
   University of Delaware, Newark, DE
 • Participated in a NSF project entitled “Separation of Nano-sized Aquatic Particles by Electrically Assisted Tangential
   Flow Filtration: System Evaluation and Metal Speciation”.
 • Proposed a removal mechanism during electrical-membrane filtration of water containing arsenic and humic
   substances based on mass balance and spectroscopic methods.
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AWARDS AND HONORS
 • Postdoctoral Research Abroad Program, National Science Council, Taiwan, ROC.                        December 2007
 • Postdoctoral Fellowship, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, ROC.                                                    July 2007
 • Service Award, Minster of National Defense, Taiwan, ROC.                                            December 2006
 • Research Abroad Scholarship, National Science Council, Taiwan, ROC.                                    August 2003
 • Dr. Fan Chun-i Merit Scholarship in Environmental Engineering, Taiwan, ROC.                         September 2000
 • Taipei Longshan Temple Merit Scholarship, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.                                           June 1999
 • The Presidential Award, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, ROC.                                          April 1999

PUBLICATIONS
   Name and other names (2008). Separation of acetic acid from xylose by nanofiltration (in preparation).
   Name and other names (2008). Electro-ultrafiltration study on Aldrich humic substances with different molecular
         weights, Separation and Purification Technology, 63(1), 23-29.
   Other names and name (2008). Removal of arsenic from groundwater by electro-ultrafiltration, Desalination, 234, 402-
         408.
   Name and other names (2007). Enhancing the separation of nano-sized particles in low-salt suspensions by
         electrically-assisted cross-flow filtration, Separation and Purification Technology, 54(2), 170-177.
   Name and other names (2006). Removal of humic substances (HS) from water by electro-microfiltration (EMF), Water
         Research, 40(9), 1783-1794.
   Name and other names (2005). Removal of arsenic and humic substances (HSs) by electro-ultrafiltration (EUF),
         Journal of Hazardous Materials, 122(1-2), 171-176.
   Name and other names (2003). Electrically enhanced crossflow ultrafiltration for treatment of water containing humic
         acid: a preliminary study, Advances in Asian Environmental Engineering, 3 (1), 60-66.

PRESENTATIONS
   Name and other names (2004). Removal of humic substances (HSs) from water by electro-microfiltration. 9th World
         Filtration Congress, April 18-22, 2004, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
   Other names and name (2002) Electrically enhanced crossflow membrane filtration for treatment of water containing
         humic acid: a preliminary study. The 12th Joint KAIST-KYOTO-NTU-NUS Symposium on Environmental
         Engineering, June 26-29, 2002, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.

COMPUTER SKILLS
 • Operating Systems:                MSDOS, Windows 95/98/NT, Windows XP, UNIX.
 • Computer Languages:               FORTRAN.
 • Scientific Applications:          Mathematica, Cerius2, Gaussian.
 • Technical Drawings:               AutoCAD, Microsoft Visio, SigmaPlot.
 • Office Applications:              Microsoft PowerPoint, Access, Excel, Word.

LABORATORY SKILLS
 • Water Quality Analyses:           UV/VIS, TOC, pH, Conductivity, AA, LC.
 • Spectroscopic Analyses:           Fourier Transform InfraRed (FTIR), Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR).
 • Surface Analyses:                 XPS, SEM, AFM.

LANGUAGES
   Proficient in Chinese.
   Proficient in Taiwanese.
   Working ability in English.
Mechanical
Engineering
                                            Name
                                      100 Sample St., Apt. #2
                                         Elkton, MD 12345
                                        Cell: (123) 456-7890
                                    E-mail: sample@hotmail.com

PROFILE:
Mechanical engineer seeking full-time employment in
   • Manufacturing engineering
   • Research and development
   • Product design
   • Aerospace engineering

EDUCATION:
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE (December 2009)
Minor: Mathematics
GPA: 3.81/4.0

ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE:
  • Senior design for Berry Plastics Corporation – Baltimore, MD (Summer 2008)
        o Worked directly with Berry Plastics engineers to conceive and develop an innovative new
            child restraint closure for Johnson & Johnson’s baby oil product line
  • Biomedical Materials Research – University of Delaware (Winter and Spring 2008)
        o Developed, implemented, and improved testing procedures for hip replacement
            applications
  • F.L. Smith Inc. Engineering Internship – Bethlehem, PA (Summer 2007)
        o Interned in Product Design department
        o Worked directly with senior engineers on the design of cement plant equipment

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE:
     • Odd Job Service – Easton, PA (Summer 2006)
           o Performed a variety of jobs including interior and exterior home improvement
     • Hercules Cement Labor Crew – Bethlehem, PA (Summer 2005)
           o Gained large machine skills and industry experience

SKILLS:
   • Computer: AutoCAD, MathCAD, Solid Works, FORTRAN, HTML, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe
      Go Live, Microsoft, Programming in C
   • Machine shop experience, basic soldering skills, carpentry skills

HONORS & ACTIVITIES:
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity (Chapter President, Province President, Delegate to 66th National
     Leadership School, scholarship recipient)
  • University of Delaware Track & Field Team (Varsity member 2006-2008; named to America
     East Commissioners Honor Roll, Winter 2007)
                                                       Name
                                                     100 Sample Dr.
                                                  Townsend, DE 12345
                                                   (h): (123) 456-7890
                                                E-mail: sample@udel.edu

PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS:
   • Product design and development
   • Design optimization
   • Quality control and management
   • Web programming
   • Robotics and control
   • Aerodynamics

EDUCATION:
   • M.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE (expected May 2009)
   • B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Visvewaraiah Technological University, India (July 2006)

COMPUTER SKILLS:
  • Programming languages: C, C++
  • Web programming: HTML, JavaScript, Dreamweaver, Fireworks
  • Engineering packages: Ansys, Fidap, Fluent, Gambit, Matlab, Maple
  • Microsoft products: Windows 2000/NT/XP, Office XP
  • Adobe products: Photoshop, Premiere Pro

TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE:
   • Site Assistant, Present lab, University of Delaware (February 2007- Present)
          o Assist faculty in electronically managing courses using Respondus & WebCT
          o Develop and maintain web pages for faculty members using Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and Adobe
              Photoshop
   • Research Assistant, Mechanical Systems Lab, University of Delaware (June 2007- Present)
          o Involved with research and development of Micro Air Vehicles
          o Wrote successful technical proposals for research grants
   • Teaching Assistant, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware (August 2006- May 2007)
          o Tutored and mentored undergraduate students in Mechanical Engineering

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
   • Energetics-based design of Small Flapping Wing Air Vehicles, Mechanical Systems Lab, University of Delaware
      (June 2007- Present)
          o Designed a Micro Air Vehicle that mimics insects and birds in flight
          o Develop mathematical models to describe the kinematics and rigid body dynamics of the MAV
          o Utilize quasi-steady aerodynamics to characterize the wing kinematics and study the flight behavior or the
              air vehicle
   • Six Sigma applied to an engineering industry, Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore, India (October 2005-
      May 2006)
          o Applied the DMAIC (Define, measure, analyze, improve, control) methodology to Six Sigma to identify
              and rectify the causes of failure of springs manufactured for use in textile machinery and improve the sigma
              rating of the company

RECOGNITIONS AND AWARDS:
   • Research on Micro Air Vehicles was featured on Techknowledge, Discovery Networks
   • Winner 1st Annual Biomimicry Prize awarded by Biomimicry Guild LLC during the Mechanisms and Robotics
     Conference at the 2007 ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences
                                                     Name
                                           Center for Composite Materials
                                               University of Delaware
                                                  Newark, DE 19711
                                      (c): (302) 123-4567 (o): (302) 831-1234
                                            E-mail: sample@ccm.udel.edu

TECHNICAL AND RESEARCH INTERESTS:
   • Composite materials: design, processing, and testing
   • Large-scale structuring composite materials
   • VARTM process at room and elevated temperature, 3-D structures with foam core
   • Bio-based resins from plant oils synthesis and preparation
   • Natural fibers processing and testing

TEACHING INTERESTS:
   • Mechanics of materials
   • Materials science and polymers
   • Fluid mechanics
   • Heat transfer

EDUCATION:
   • Ph.D. – Mechanical Engineering, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland (2008)
   • M.S. – Chemical Engineering, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan (2002)
   • B.S. – Chemical Engineering, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Irbid, Jordan (1999)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (abbreviated list):
       • Postdoctoral Research Associate, Center for Composite Materials, University of Delaware (April
          2008- Present)
               o Perform high volume composite structures manufacturing using VARTM process, mechanical
                  testing and evaluation
               o Use bio-based resin (soybean) and bio-fibers (flax, hemp, and chicken feathers) as structural
                  materials
               o Conduct elevated temperature VARTM processes for manufacturing thermosetting and
                  thermoplastic composite materials (US Navy project)
       • Research Officer, Materials Ireland, Enterprise Ireland (July 2006- January 2008)
               o Worked with industrial clients and other partners writing research proposals, applying for
                  research grants and carrying out research work in diverse areas

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP:
   • American Institute of Chemical Engineers, AIChE (USA)
   • Institution of Engineers of Ireland, MIEI (Ireland)
   • Jordan Engineers Association (Jordan)

PUBLICATIONS (abbreviated list):
   • Patents and journal articles
           o Name and other names, “A monolithic hurricane resistant roof made from low density
               composites” US Patent, 60/512,546, filed October 17, 2008.
           o Name and other names, “Large –scale bio-based composite structures manufacturing and
               processing issues” …

REFERENCES: Available upon request.
Chemistry
                                              Name
                                               200 Main St.
                                           Newark, DE 19711
                                          (c): (302) 123-4567
                                      E-mail: sample@hotmail.com

Profile: Chemistry undergraduate with a concentration in Environmental Studies and particular
interests and strengths in
    • Environmental Chemistry
    • Meteorology/ Climatology
    • Atmospheric Dynamics
    • Physical/ Organic Chemistry

Education: Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, University of Delaware, Newark, DE (expected May 2009)
Major GPA: 3.57/4.0

Skills:
     •    Adept at collating, analyzing, assimilating, and summarizing data
     •    Solid knowledge of mass spectroscopy
     •    Thorough experience of MALDI and APS instrumentation
     •    Proficient in MathCad, AutoCad, and other chemical drawing software
     •    Basic knowledge of FORTRAN-90 and BASIC computer languages
     •    Proficient in Microsoft Office

Technical Experience:
   • Research Assistant, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Delaware
       (June 2008- Present)
            o Developed a project to resolve organic aerosols found in urban areas
            o Facilitated basic principles of re-crystallization and sample preparation
            o Conducted experiments using MALDI-TOF instrument
            o Conducted experiments to measure particle count and size in the Newark area using
               aerodynamic particle seizer

Additional Experience:
   • Student Employee, Hugh Morris Library, University of Delaware (2007- Present)
            o Work in InterLibrary Loan department
            o Extensive use of computers and computer applications
   • Tutor, University of Delaware (2006- Present)
            o Tutor individuals and small groups in chemistry
   • Public Relations Assistant, Birmingham Airport Authority, Birmingham, AL (Summer 2006)

Affiliations & Activities:
     • American Chemical Society – Analytical and Environmental Division
     • Library of Congress Association
                                                 Name
                                               sample@udel.edu

Office Correspondence:                                                                            Home Address:
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry                                                            200 E. Main St.
270 Brown Laboratory                                                                                Apartment 6-D
Newark, DE 19716                                                                               Newark, DE 19711
Phone: (302) 831-1234                                                                          (c): (302) 123-4567


Professional    • Theoretical organic and bioorganic reaction mechanisms
Interests       • Molecular design and catalysis

Education       M.S. in Organic Chemistry, May 2010 (expected)
                University of Delaware, Newark, DE
                Thesis: “Method for Producing Unsaturated Organics from Organic Containing Feeds”
                Advisor: Dr. Name
                B.S. in Chemistry, May 2008
                The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH
                Advisor: Dr. Name
Research
Experience      Research Assistant, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
                University of Delaware, August, 2008 – Present
                Advisor: Dr. Name
                         Research Focus:
                    • Destruction of toxic organic chemicals
                    • Method for indirect chemical reduction of metals in waste
                    • Method for reducing volume of radioactive composition
                Independent Study Research, the College of Wooster, 2007 – 2008
                Advisor: Dr. Name
                         Research Focus:
                    • Water purification and removal of heavy metals from aqueous effluent streams
                    • Worked on corrosion problems associated with heavy metal casting.

Teaching        Teaching Assistant, University of Delaware, 2008 – Present
Experience        • Laboratory instructor for undergraduate general chemistry and
                    advanced organic chemistry courses ranging from 10-35 students
                Student Instrumental Instructor, the College of Wooster, 2007 – 2008
                  • Instructed high school and college students on the use of a GC-MS
                Teaching Assistant, the College of Wooster, 2006 – 2008
                  • Assistant laboratory instructor for undergraduate general chemistry courses ranging
                    from 25-30 students

Awards          Wooster Section of the American Chemical Society Senior Award, 2008
                Phi Beta Kappa, 2008
                Cary R. Wagner Prize in Chemistry, 2006
                Merit Scholarship, the College of Wooster, 2004-2008
                Dow Chemical Company Foundation Scholarship, 2004-2008

Professional    American Chemical Society
Associations

Publications    Name and other names (2008) “Towards a conceptual model of toxic waste extraction from
                aqueous effluent streams,” Chemistry International, under review.

Presentations 35th Annual Silver Award Symposium, the College of Wooster, May 2008.
                 Center for Catalytic Science & Technology Annual Research Review
                                                 Name
Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry                                          office: 302-123-4567
270 Brown Laboratory                                                           cell: 302-123-4567
University of Delaware                                                           sample@udel.edu
Newark, DE 19716


Professional   • Research and Development (Computational/Modeling)
Interests      • Product Development/Management
               • Business Development/Analysis

Education      Ph.D. in Physical/Computational Chemistry, December 2008 (expected)
               University of Delaware, Newark, DE
               Thesis: Effects of transition metal substitution in novel photocatalytic materials
               Advisor: Dr. Name

               Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, May 2003
               The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH
               Thesis: Theoretical Comparison of Reaction Pathways of the Catalytic
               Oxidation of CO on Pt (111)
               Advisor: Dr. Name

Research
Experience     Research Assistant, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
               University of Delaware, 2004 – Present
               Advisor: Dr. Name

               Research Focus:
                • Developing cluster models to accurately represent the extended system of various
                   titanosilicate photocatalysts
                • Investigating the effects of transition metal substitution and proton exchange on the
                   geometric structure, electronic structure, and photocatalytic activity of titanosilicate
                   photocatalysts
                • Performing analyses of predicted frequency and thermodynamic data
                • Operating a diffuse-reflectance infrared spectrometer with a reaction chamber
                   equipped for in-situ analysis of photocatalytic reactions
                • Interacted considerably with chemical and environmental engineers through
                   collaborative projects

               Computational Methods:
                • Extensive work writing code for both R and PERL programming languages
                • Statistical model development for the prediction of electronic structures and highly
                   accurate heats of formation energies
                • Employing state-of-the-art quantum chemistry methods for predicting chemical
                   properties of molecules, solid state materials and solutions

               Undergraduate Research, Indiana University, June – August 2002
               Advisor: Dr. Name
                • Developed models for structure of tellurite glass using computational NMR analysis
               Independent Study Research, the College of Wooster, 2002 - 2003
                 • Theoretical analysis reaction pathways for the oxidation of CO on Pt (111) using
                    Density Functional and Extended Hückel methods

Teaching       Teaching Assistant, University of Delaware, 2004 – 2005
Experience      • Laboratory instructor for undergraduate general chemistry and
                   advanced analytical chemistry courses ranging from 10-35 students

               Student Instrumental Instructor, the College of Wooster, 2000 – 2003
                 • Instructed high school and college students on the use of a GC-MS

               Teaching Assistant, the College of Wooster, 2000 – 2002
                • Assistant laboratory instructor for undergraduate general chemistry courses ranging
                  from 25-30 students

Awards         Wooster Section of the American Chemical Society Senior Award, 2003

               Phi Beta Kappa, 2003

               Cary R. Wagner Prize in Chemistry, 2002

               Merit Scholarship, the College of Wooster, 1999-2003

               Dow Chemical Company Foundation Scholarship, 1999-2003

Professional   American Chemical Society
Associations

Publications   Name and other names, “Predicting Band Gaps in Transition Metal
               Substituted ETS-10,” in progress. [Abbreviated list].


Presentations 35th Annual Silver Award Symposium, University of Delaware, May 2007.

               Center for Catalytic Science & Technology Annual Research Review,
               University of Delaware, October 2006.

               American Chemical Society National Meeting, Computational Chemistry
               Division, Atlanta, GA, March 2006.

               North American Catalysis Society Meeting, Philadelphia, PA March
               2005.

References     Available upon request.




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Geography
                                                 Name
                             Address: 100 Sample Ave., Evanston, IL 12345
                                     Local phone: (302) 123-4567
                                           sample@udel.edu

OBJECTIVE:
To obtain a summer internship in the field of geography with an emphasis in Geographic Information
System computer applications.

EDUCATION:
University of Delaware, Newark, DE
Bachelor of Arts in Geography, June 2009 (expected)
Concentration: Geographic Information Systems
GPA: 3.7/4.0

RELATED COURSES:
Advanced GIS                             Computer Methods in Geography
Geographic Information System            Social Geography
General Computer Science                 Meteorology

SKILLS:
Proficient in Microsoft Office Word, Powerpoint and Excel
Experienced with ESRI ArcGis 9.x
Familar with UNIX OS, Fortran & C programming languages


EXPERIENCE:
Computer Site Assistant, University of Delaware, Newark, DE                           8/2006-Present
     • Troubleshooting students’ computing problems
     • Assisting with maintaining the site’s computer network

Intern, Delaware Geological Survey, Newark, DE                                        2/2007-5/2007
        • Edited topological river flowlines dataset of Delaware State
        • Used ESRI ArcGIS Toolbox for vector editing

Mailroom Assistant, University of Delaware, Newark, DE                                1/2006 -1/2007
       • Researched and analyzed misdirected mail to correct address
       • Documented and filed incoming mail

Service Clerk, Jewel Food Store, Evanston, IL                                         6/2006-8/2006
        • Provided courteous customer sevice
        • Assisted in maintenance of store


HONORS AND AWARDS:
Undergrad Science Research Scholar, University of Delaware                          6/2007-5/2008
       • Project Title: A Comparative Evaluation of Tipping-Bucket And Weighing Rain Gages

Dean’s List, University of Delaware                                             Fall 2005 to Fall 2007
                                                 Name
                                            216 Pearson Hall
                                          University of Delaware
                                           Newark, DE 19716
                                          Tel. (o): 302-831-1234
                                            sample@udel.edu

CAREER OBJECTIVE: To obtain an internship position in the environmental field with an emphasis
on the use of Geographic Information Science.

EDUCATION

M.S. in Geography, University of Delaware, Newark, DE                            December 2009
       ♦ GPA: 3.91/4.0
       ♦ Thesis Research: Hydrologic modeling of anomalous heavy rain events at various land use
       regimes
       ♦ Related Coursework: Computing in Environmental Research, Remote Sensing,
       Spatial Statistics, Hydroclimatology, Watershed Management, Atmospheric Physics
       & Dynamics, Field Methods in Forest Microclimatology

B.A. in Geography and Planning, West Chester University, West Chester, PA May 2007
       ♦ Concentration: Geographic Analysis
       ♦ Graduated summa cum laude
       ♦ GPA: 3.83/4.0
       ♦ Related Coursework: Computer Graphics in Geography, Intro Geographic
       Systems, Business Speech, Geographical Analysis, GIS Applications, Business
       Writing

RELATED EXPERIENCE

RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP                                technology as a vehicle for better understanding
(2007-Present)                                        of subject matter.
♦ Develop and present informational                   ADJUNCT PROFESSOR (Summer 2008)
displays for educators using GIS, aerial              ♦ Designed and taught courses in Meteorology
photography and satellite climatology at              and Physical Geography in an intense five week
the state Geography Teachers Meeting                  session at the University of Delaware.
and other educator community gatherings.
                                                      TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP (2007-2008)
♦ Organize University of Delaware                     ♦ Taught labs and discussion groups for up to
graduate students’ outreach to promote                100 undergraduate students per semester.
Geography Awareness Week and the use
of geographical analysis in public schools.           ♦ Diplomatically served as a conveyer of students
                                                      thoughts and feelings to professors.
♦ Develop and implement several lesson
plans to reform geographic education in               ♦ Approached teaching assistantships by
Delaware public schools into a multi-                 facilitating learning with a positive environment
disciplinary approach utilizing geographic            that encouraged student exploration
TECHNICAL SKILLS
♦ High level of proficiency:       ♦ Moderate level of                         ♦ Exposed to:
ArcView 3.x                        proficiency:                                ERDAS
ArcGIS 9.x                         FORTRAN                                     HTML
HEC-GeoHMS                         Python                                      McIDAS
                                   Unix

RELATED PROFFESIONAL ASSOCIATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

Memberships and Conferences:
       ♦ Delaware GIS Conference 2008, American Water Resource Association Annual Meeting 2008,
       Association of American Geographers Annual Meetings 2007 and 2008, Delaware Valley
       Geographical Association 2006, Gamma Theta Upsilon 2006
Poster Presentations, DEGIS Conference, May 2008, Dover, DE:
       ♦ “Major Floods in Northern New Castle County: Land Use Change and Heavy Rain Events” –
       Name
       ♦ “Developing K-12 Lessons to Enhance Geographic Learning” – Name and other names
       ♦ “Opening the Key to Geographic Learning through the use of Satellite Imagery” – Name and
       other names, 2007, Baltimore, MD
       ♦ “Severe Flooding Events in an Urbanizing Watershed: Land Use Change vs. Anomalous
       Heavy Rain Events” - Name
Interactive Short Paper Presentation, AAG Conference March 2006, Chicago, IL
       ♦ “Rainfall-Runoff Event Modeling using HEC-HMS: a case study for Northern New Castle
       County, DE” - Name

HONORS & AWARDS

2007- Present: Research Assistantship, Department of Geography, University of Delaware
2007: Honoree of NASA/Delaware Space Grant College and Fellowship Program, University of
Delaware
2007: Recipient of Departmental Fellowship, University of Delaware
2007: Outstanding Senior Geography Major, School of Business and Public Affairs, West Chester
University
2007: Recipient of DVGA Student Achievement Award
2006-07: Recipient of Swope Scholarship, West Chester University
2006-07: Recipient William Pyle Philips full tuition Scholarship, West Chester University
2006: Outstanding Junior Geography Major, School of Business and Public Affairs, West Chester
University

VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES

♦ Organized and served as a judge for the Delaware State Finals: National Geography Bee 2008
♦ Served as a test administer for the Delaware State Science Olympiad 2007
♦ Taught lessons in state classrooms to promote Geography Awareness Week 2007
♦ Taught lessons in state classrooms to promote Geography Awareness Week 2007
♦ Served as Graduate Student Senate Representative 2006-2007



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                                                   NAME

CONTACT INFORMATION

            100 Sample Rd., Apt. #3-A                               Phone: (H) 302.123.4567
            Newark, DE 19716                                        Email: sample@udel.edu


EDUCATION

    University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware
    Ph.D. in Climatology (expected 2009)
    Thesis: Hydrological and biogeochemical variation of stemflow from live, moribund, and dead Fagus
    grandifolia (L.) [American Beech] trees in a Mid-Atlantic broadleaved deciduous forest
    Advisor: Dr. Name

    University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware
    M.S. in Geography (2006)
    Thesis: Throughfall variability in a southern Illinois broadleaved deciduous forest
    Advisor: Dr. Name

    Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts
    B.A. in Geography (2002), Cum laude, High Honors in Geography
    Honors Thesis: Phosphorus concentrations of Blackstone River headwaters in relation to urban land covers
    Advisor: Dr. Name


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

    2008                            Guest Instructor – Introduction to Cultural Geography & Cultural
                                    Geography, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware

    2007                            Guest Instructor – Introduction to Cultural Geography, University of
                                    Delaware, Newark, Delaware

    2003-2007                       Teaching Assistant / Lab Instructor - Department of Geography,
                                    University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware

                                    Courses:
                                    Microclimatology – A field based course examining the microclimatology
                                    of forest ecosystems.

                                    Introduction to Cultural Geography – A course examining the influences
                                    of culture and landscape on the individual.

                                    World Regional Geography – Physical and cultural geography of all
                                    regions of the globe.
                                 Pro-seminar in Environmental Science – A capstone course for
                                 environmental science majors with the major product consisting of
                                 producing an environmental assessment.

    2003                         Guest Instructor – Earth’s Biophysical Environment, Southern Illinois
                                 University, Carbondale, Illinois

    2002 - 2003                  Teaching Assistant / Lab Instructor - Department of Geography,
                                 Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois

                                 Course:
                                 Earth’s Biophysical Environment – An introduction to physical geography
                                 and earth system science.


RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

    Positions
    2001 - 2002           Research Fellow – Central Massachusetts Human Environment Research
                          Observatory (HERO) - Graduate School of Geography, Clark University,
                          Worcester, Massachusetts.
                          Research included acquisition and analysis of land cover change and surface water
                          chemistry on the periphery of the megalopolis boundary in central Massachusetts
                          and significant capacity building for long term NSF funded research.

    Interests
                          Ecohydrology / Biometeorology
                          Field Methods
                          Ecological Disturbances
                          Land Use / Land Cover Change
                          Sustainability
                          Local Agriculture


PUBLICATIONS

    Name and other names, 2007. A comparison of interception models for a leafless deciduous forest stand
    in the eastern United States. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 8: 825-836

    Other names and name, 2006. Variability of throughfall volume and solute inputs in forested
    ecosystems. Progress in Physical Geography, 30: 605-632.

    Other names and name, 2003. A review and evaluation of stemflow literature in the
    hydrologic and biogeochemical cycles of forested and agricultural ecosystems. Journal of Hydrology,
    274: 1-29.


MANUSCRIPTS IN REVIEW/PREPARATION


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    Name and other names, Throughfall variability in a southern Illinois broadleaved deciduous forest, (in
    review Journal of Hydrology)

    Name and other names, A climatology of phase transitioning frozen precipitation episodes in the central
    United States, (to be submitted to Atmosphere-Ocean).

    Other names and name, Spatial-resolution errors associated with gridded precipitation fields resolved at
    different spatial and temporal resolutions, (to be submitted to the Journal of Climate)


PRESENTATIONS

    Name and other names, 2008. “Throughfall variability in a southern Illinois broadleaved deciduous
    forest.” Presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Boston,
    Massachusetts.

    Other names and name, 2006. “A comparison of interception models for a leafless deciduous forest
    stand in the eastern United States.” Tropical Research Group Colloquia, University of Reading, Reading,
    United Kingdom.

    Other names and name, 2004. “Assessment of climatic suitability for the expansion of Solenopsis
    invicta Buren in Oklahoma using three general circulation models.” Presented at the 100th Annual
    Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    Name, 2002. “Phosphorus concentrations in the Blackstone River Headwaters and its relation to urban
    land covers.” Presented at the 12th Annual Clark University Academic Spree Day. Clark University,
    Worcester, Massachusetts.


HONORS AND AWARDS

    University Competitive Graduate Fellowship – (2007-2009), Office of Graduate Studies, University of
    Delaware, Newark, Delaware

    Research Assistant of the Year - (2004-2005), Department of Geography, University of Delaware,
    Newark, Delaware

    Departmental Fellowship – (Spring 2005), Department of Geography, University of Delaware, Newark,
    Delaware

    Ellen Churchill Semple Award – (2002), Outstanding Geography Student, Graduate School of
    Geography, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts


PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

    2005 – 2006           Consultant, Forest Hydrology – New Jersey (Confidential Client)


  Name                                                                                            3|Page
    2005                  Consultant, Forest Disturbances – The Centennial Pines Club, Medford, New
                          Jersey

    2002                  Consultant, Focus Group Facilitation Team, United States Army Corps of
                          Engineers, Recreation Stakeholders Meeting, Nashville, Tennessee - Planning and
                          Management Consultants, Ltd., Carbondale, Illinois.


SERVICE

    2007-2008     University Academic Appeals Committee – University of Delaware, Newark, DE

    2007-2008     University Graduate Student Senator – University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware

    2006-2007     Graduate Representative to the Faculty - Department of Geography, University of
                  Delaware, Newark , Delaware


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

    Accepted into Higher Education Teaching Certificate Program (2006), Center for Teaching
    Effectiveness, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware


ADDITIONAL SKILLS

    Programming – Fortran, Visual Basic for Applications
    Software – MS Office Suite, Statistica, SPSS, Idrisi, ArcView, Illustrator, Photoshop
    Languages – French (Intermediate), German (Beginner)
    Equipment – meteorological stations and sensors; plant canopy analyzers, steady state porometer, leaf
    area meter, GPS and total stations


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

    American Association of Geographers (AAG)
    American Geophysical Union (AGU)
    Eastern Snow Conference (ESC)




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Geology
                                       Name
                                     144 Main St.
                                  Newark, DE 19711
                                 (302) 123-4567 (cell)
                                   name@udel.edu

CAREER OBJECTIVE
 A summer internship gaining experience in the field of geology; preferably concentrating
in seismology or volcanology.

EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science in Geology, University of Delaware, Newark, DE (May 2010)
Minor: Spanish
Major GPA: 3.4/4.0

Study Abroad: Puebla, Mexico – Winter 2009
• Span306 - Practical Oral/Written Expression
• Span355 - Special Topics

Related course work: Stratigraphy, Structural Geology, Sedimentary Geology, General
Geology

SKILLS
Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office – Microsoft Word and Powerpoint
Intermediate knowledge of Spanish, Oracle, and ArcMap.

EXPERIENCE
Intern, Delaware Geological Survey, Newark, DE                     January 2008-Present
• Create well schedules and input them into Oracle

Waitress/Hostess, Matildas Restaurant, Newark, DE                  August 2007-Present
• Multi-tasking in a high paced environment

Waitress/Hostess, 51 Main Bar & Grill, Maynard, MA                January 2006- Present
• Training new employees
• Multi-tasking with high volumes of customers

Waitress/Hostess, Chloes: An American Bistro, Hudson, MA         May 2007-August 2007
• Exemplified professionalism in a fine-dining establishment

ACTIVITIES
Geology Club at the University of Delaware                                2007-Present
Boston Mineral Club                                                       2007-Present
Chi Omega, Rho Lambda Chapter (Sisterhood Team Representative)            2007-Present
                             Name
                           12 Main Street
                         Newark, DE 19711
                        (302) 123-4567 (Cell)
                      E-mail: sample@udel.edu

Professional   Geophysics (ground-penetrating radar)
Interests      Geology (environmental, hydrogeology, coastal)
               Environmental Risk Assessment

Education      M.S. in Geology
               University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware: June 2008
                  •    Advisor: Dr. Name
                  •    Thesis: “A Shallow Ground-Penetrating Radar Approach to
                       Mapping Quaternary Features in Delaware”

               B.A. in Integrated Science (Geology and Physics)
               University of Rochester, Rochester, New York: May 2006

               Relevant Coursework:
               Groundwater hydrology            Mechanics
               Geophysics                       Electricity & Magnetism
               Geology & Public Policy          Geometrical Optics
               Marine Geology                   Writing & Reporting the News
               Geoarcheology                    Marketing

Research       Thesis Research (June 2007-June 2008)
Experience     Dept. of Geology, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19711
                  •    Use of digital ground-penetrating radar system to map
                       subsurface quaternary features
                  •    Use of electronic total station
Work
Experience     Field of Laboratory Technician (June 2006- August 2006)
               Delaware Geological Survey, Newark, DE 19711
                  •    Used hand auguring to characterize sediments for groundwater
                       recharge project
                  •    Maintained database for groundwater recharge project

               Associate Scientist (Level I: July 2000-Otober 2001; Level II:
               October 2001- June 2003 and March 2005- August 2005)
               Environmental Resources Management, Inc., Exton, PA 19341
                  •    Generated risk assessment reports for hazardous waste sites
                       including calculation of exposure and hazard indices
                  •    Selected indicator chemicals for risk assessment projects
                  •    Compiled site information on exposure risks to environment
                  •    Assisted in technical editing
                  •    Assisted with geological and geophysical field work
                                           Name
Department of Geology                                                              100 Sample Rd.
104 Penny Hall                                                                      Apartment 4-c
Newark, DE 19716                                                               Newark, DE 19711
(o): (302) 831-1234                                                           (h): (302) 123-4567
sample@udel.edu


Objective:

To join an academic faculty at an institution that will support my interests in teaching and
conducting research in fluvial geomorphology, sedimentology, and floodplain stratigraphy

Professional interests:

   •   Surficial processes
   •   Fluvial geomorphology
   •   Sedimentology
   •   Floodplain stratigraphy
   •   Numerical modeling
   •   Hydrogeology

Education:

   •   Doctor of Philosophy in Geology, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
          o Expected May 2009
          o Dissertation title: “Changes in stream channel cross-section morphology: Factors
              that influence rates of concave-bank erosion and accretion on convex-bank
              floodplains”
   •   Master of Science in Geology, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
          o May 2005
          o Thesis title: “Changes in sediment budget and stream channel geometry as a
              result of suburban development of the Good Hope Tributary Watershed,
              Colesville, MD (1951-2001)”
   •   Bachelor of Science in Geology, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
          o May 2003
   •   Bachelor of Arts in Geography, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
          o August 1999

Research Experience:

   •   Two-dimensional computer model of floodplain sedimentation
   •   The influence of riparian vegetation on changes in channel form
   •   The effects of dam removal on channel morphology
   •   The evolution of convex-bank floodplains along the Powder River

Teaching Experience:

   •   Instructor: Department of Geology, University of Delaware
           o Geology 303: Surficial Processes, Fall 2008
           o Geology 105: Geological Hazards, Summer 2008

   •   Graduate teaching assistant: Department of Geology, University of Delaware
          o Geology 428: Hydrogeology, Fall 2004 and Spring 2005
          o Geology 407: Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology, Summer 2004
          o Geology 406: Field Geology in the Western United States, Spring 2004
          o Geology 204: Physical Properties of Rocks and Minerals, Winter 2004
          o Geology 203: Mineralogy and Crystallography, Fall 2003

Presentations (abbreviated list):

   •   Name, 2005. The influence of cut-bark characteristics on stable channel width in paired
       forest/ meadow, 3rd-order, mixed bed, Pennsylvania Piedmont streams. Geological
       Society of America, submitted for National Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado.
   •   Name and other names, 2004. Dendrochronology and sea level along the New Jersey
       Coast. GSA Abstracts with Programs, v. 33, no. 6: A-21.

Publications:

   •   Name, “Changes in the Sediment Budget and Stream Channel Geometry as a Result of
       Suburban Development of the Good Hope Tributary Watershed, Colesville, Maryland,
       1951-2001” University of Delaware Master’s Thesis, Spring, 2005.
   •   Name and other names, “The Behavior of Sediment Pulses in Mountain Rivers. Part I.
       Experiment,” Water Resources Research. (In revision).

Grants and Awards:

   •   Geological Society of America Student Research Grant, “Using optically stimulated
       luminescence to study point bar development,” 2004-2005.
   •   University of Delaware, Department of Geology Award for Outstanding Teaching
       Assistant, 2004.

Professional Memberships:

   •   Member, Geological Society of America, 2003 to present.
   •   Members, American Geophysical Union, 2003 to present.

References: Available upon request.




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