Sample Finance Assistant Professor Resume

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Edward Brown
250 Bassett Court,
Chicago Park, CA, 95712
222-222-2222
[email]

Summary
An educator with a proven track record, awards and recognitions associated in Finance and Risk Management area; has demonstrated a commitment to excellence in teaching student-centered and highly-acclaimed collegiate institutions; has PhD and Masters degree in finance and has conducted a series of research that served as the ‘bible’ by finance students; possesses excellence in teaching and research.

Professional Experience:
Assistant Professor of Finance February 1997 – Present
Graduate School of Business, University of Washington, Castle Rock, WA

Responsibilities
Taught students both in undergraduate and graduate levels; developed a curriculum suited to finance students.
Advised students and provided consultations and counseling regarding research and term papers.
Conducted researches in risk management and played an important role in the enhancement and elevation of school standards.
Contributed to the ongoing development and administration of the school and faculty including undertaking significant line management responsibilities for the transition team endeavors on disciplinary areas.
Contributed to scholarly publications, supported research funding proposals and handled supervision of Honors and Postgraduate Research Students.
Visiting Associate Professor of Finance May 1987– January 1997
Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, CT

Responsibilities:

  • Taught students both in undergraduate and graduate levels; developed a curriculum suited to finance students.
  • Advised students and provided consultations and counseling regarding research and term papers.
  • Conducted researches in risk management and played an important role in the enhancement and elevation of school standards.
  • Contributed to the ongoing development and administration of the school and faculty including undertaking significant line management responsibilities for the transition team endeavors on disciplinary areas.
  • Contributed to scholarly publications, supported research funding proposals and handled supervision of Honors and Postgraduate Research Students.

Visiting Associate Professor of Finance May 1987– January 1997
Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, CT
Responsibilities:

  • Taught students both in undergraduate and graduate levels; developed a curriculum suited to finance students.
  • Advised students and provided consultations and counseling regarding research and term papers.
  • Conducted researches in risk management and played an important role in the enhancement and elevation of school standards.
  • Contributed to the ongoing development and administration of the school and faculty including undertaking significant line management responsibilities for the transition team endeavors on disciplinary areas.
  • Contributed to scholarly publications, supported research funding proposals and handled supervision of Honors and Postgraduate Research Students.

Visiting Associate Professor of Finance May 1987– January 1997
Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, CT

Education
1985 – 1989 Ph.D. Finance
Stanford University, CT
1983 – 1985 M.B.A. Harvard Graduate School of Business
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA
1979 – 1983 B.S. In Business Administration, Major in Finance
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA

Skills:

  • Financial management
  • International Financial management
  • Entrepreneurial Finance

Awards and Affiliations
First MBA Association Distinguished Professor Award, Awardee
Paccar Award for Excellence in Teaching, Awardee

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