Sample Computer Science Professor Resume

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Alfred Thomas
532 Denver,
Colorado,
67552
222-222-2222
[email]

Summary
A dignified academic professor with an established following and an in-depth knowledge in the discipline of programming; has pioneered and launched independent research programs; has a good morale standing and public record; highly interested in participating in the development of new interdisciplinary programs of study; has deep commitment to teaching; excels in research and has established a linkage with the industry.

Professional Background
Computer Science Professor February 2008 – Present
Colorado State University, Denver, Colorado

Responsibilities
Involved in division planning and operations, construction and implementation of university laws and policies.
Facilitated and lectured undergraduate college students of Computer Science courses, and actively engaged with professional organizations such as ACM, SIGCSE, and CCSC.
Instructed students on basic mathematics courses in accordance with the division’s program.
Developed and revitalized the Computer Science curriculum while taking into consideration the suggestions of the PTA.
Helped in outreach programs, civic works and community development geared towards widening and enhancement of the general public’s and student’s interest in Computer Science and related subjects.
Computer Science Teacher November 2006 – February 2008
Colorado High School, Denver, Colorado

Responsibilities:

  • Involved in division planning and operations, construction and implementation of university laws and policies.
  • Facilitated and lectured undergraduate college students of Computer Science courses, and actively engaged with professional organizations such as ACM, SIGCSE, and CCSC.
  • Instructed students on basic mathematics courses in accordance with the division’s program.
  • Developed and revitalized the Computer Science curriculum while taking into consideration the suggestions of the PTA.
  • Helped in outreach programs, civic works and community development geared towards widening and enhancement of the general public’s and student’s interest in Computer Science and related subjects.

Computer Science Teacher November 2006 – February 2008
Colorado High School, Denver, Colorado
Responsibilities:

  • Involved in division planning and operations, construction and implementation of university laws and policies.
  • Facilitated and lectured undergraduate college students of Computer Science courses, and actively engaged with professional organizations such as ACM, SIGCSE, and CCSC.
  • Instructed students on basic mathematics courses in accordance with the division’s program.
  • Developed and revitalized the Computer Science curriculum while taking into consideration the suggestions of the PTA.
  • Helped in outreach programs, civic works and community development geared towards widening and enhancement of the general public’s and student’s interest in Computer Science and related subjects.

Computer Science Teacher November 2006 – February 2008
Colorado High School, Denver, Colorado

Educational Background
1999 – 2004PhD in Computational Science
University of Arizona, AZ
1997 – 1999Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
University of Arizona, AZ

Skills:

  • Good teaching, communication and motivational skills
  • Proficiency in database software (Oracle, SAP)
  • Proficiency in Mac and PC operating systems
  • Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) applications (Win 98, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows version 7)
  • Proficiency in technology computing and programming
  • Excellent oral and written English communication skills

Associations/ Organizations
International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology, Secretary
Computing Research Association, Member


Alannah Johnson
2967 Flournoy St, Apt#901
Dallas, TX 75237
(123)-555-1234
[email]

Summary
A talented professional who has superb teaching skills developed as a result of over 6 years of extensive experience in teaching computer science-related subjects and concepts to both high school and college students; has excellent communication and rapport with students which makes learning easier for them and much more fun; has the ability to resolve issues in the university through diplomatic approach; has excellent time management skills; can amicably coordinate with co-professors in order to develop new programs to enhance the abilities of the students in the computer courses.

Professional Background
Computer Science ProfessorFebruary 2008- Present
Colorado State University, Dallas, TX
Responsibilities:

  • Involved in planning and handling of university’s annual curriculum of students pertaining to computer courses.
  • Taught computer science courses to undergraduate college students.
  • Instructed basic computer courses to students and gave knowledge on the basic components of a computer, as well as their uses and applications.
  • Developed new subjects and programs in conjunction to the Computer Science course, geared to enhance the learning experience.
  • Assisted professors and colleagues in developing new programs to motivate students to excel in their studies.

Programming ProfessorNovember 2006- February 2008
Colorado State University, Denver, Colorado
Responsibilities:

  • Planned and evaluated current curriculum and course programs.
  • Evaluated students’ performance in class and conducted a series of constructive and healthy competition for students to participate in.
  • Maintained regular teaching schedules and assisted colleagues in updating the teaching modules.
  • Provided students with technical support for computer programming issues.
  • Attended seminars and exhibits to ensure updated on the computer technology.

Multimedia ProfessorMay 2004- November 2006
Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Responsibilities:

  • Involved in planning and handling of university’s annual curriculum of students pertaining to computer courses.
  • Taught computer science courses to undergraduate college students.
  • Instructed basic computer courses to students and gave knowledge on the basic components of a computer, as well as their uses and applications.
  • Developed new subjects and programs in conjunction to the Computer Science course, geared to enhance the learning experience.
  • Assisted professors and colleagues in developing new programs to motivate students to excel in their studies.

Programming ProfessorNovember 2006- February 2008
Colorado State University, Denver, Colorado

Education
PhD in Computer Science
University of Arizona, 2004
M.S. in Computer Science
University of Arizona 2000
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
University of Arizona 1998

Skills:

  • Ability to develop research programs to enhance teaching, resourceful and creative
  • Excellent time management and leadership skills
  • Excellent in computer skills and its application
  • Excellent in communication and written skills
  • Excellent time management and motivational skills
  • Equipped with an analytical mind and a strong desire to pursue knowledge
  • Self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision

Associations/ Organizations
Computer Science and Information Technology Society, Secretary, 2000
Computer Science Association, Member

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