Sample Economics Professor Resume

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Kevin Thompson
1234 East 69 Street,
Santa Fe, NM, 87501
222-222-2222
[email]

Summary
A driven and highly motivated doctor of economics whose previous experiences encompass preparation and delivery of lectures focused on the fundamentals and discipline of economics in relation to certain demographic factors such as geography, gender, age, economic status, among others; he has a proven experience in handling and facilitating dynamic classroom discussions and field work which is essential in gathering data as references for substantial reporting; this individual is a leader and is well-versed in a variety of field concept and practices; has a strong background in quantitative economics (macro and micro), international and developing economies; can conduct research and feasibility studies in specific fields.

Professional Experience:

Lead Professor – Economics Department October 2003 – Present
Boston College, Massachusetts
Responsibilities:

  • Gave lectures to undergraduate college students and supervised them in lab work and field work.
  • Prepared lectures, exercises and field experiments which serve as basis for grading exams and papers of individuals.
  • Supervised graduate students’ teaching and research.
  • Performed a significant amount of research, experiments, collection and analysis of data, examination of source materials and kept updates on new developments in the field of economics.
  • Consulted and conferred with government, business, nonprofit, and community organizations to support deductions and results summary.
  • Administered and graded student examinations.
  • Offered optional counseling and independent opportunities to other students.
  • Provided consultations, lead and directed the work of other instructors.
  • Collaborated with faculty and research centers to enhance external researches.

Associate Professor December 1993 – August 1995
Boston College, Massachusetts
Responsibilities:

  • Handled college-level courses in the field of economics.
  • Conducted research for specific areas of the subject.
  • Executed administrative functions in the faculty.
  • Shared guidance counseling duties, committee and department assignments with other Faculty members.
  • Contributed to the development of economic development policies for the state.

Economic Instructor April 1990 – July 1993
Boston College, Massachusetts
Responsibilities:

  • Gave lectures to undergraduate college students and supervised them in lab work and field work.
  • Prepared lectures, exercises and field experiments which serve as basis for grading exams and papers of individuals.
  • Supervised graduate students’ teaching and research.
  • Performed a significant amount of research, experiments, collection and analysis of data, examination of source materials and kept updates on new developments in the field of economics.
  • Consulted and conferred with government, business, nonprofit, and community organizations to support deductions and results summary.
  • Administered and graded student examinations.
  • Offered optional counseling and independent opportunities to other students.
  • Provided consultations, lead and directed the work of other instructors.
  • Collaborated with faculty and research centers to enhance external researches.

Associate Professor December 1993 – August 1995
Boston College, Massachusetts

Education
1991-1993 Masters Degree in Quantitative Economics
University of Iowa, IA
1987-1991 Bachelors Degree in Economics
University of Iowa, IA

Skills:

  • Creative and innovative data gathering
  • Proven organizational and people skills
  • Proficiency in MS Office applications and other business software
  • Superior interpersonal, presentation and communication skills
  • Unorthodox teaching methods and skills

Awards and Affiliations
American Economic Association, Member
Eastern Economics Association, Member

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