• Include department/research area for Ph.D., the title of the Ph.D. dissertation, and the name of Ph.D. advisor.
  • Assign marginal numbers to published works and research (corresponding to the ranked listing of most important/influential contributions and to the works provided in the top 10 list of Publications);
  • List authors of collaborative research in the sequence in which they appear on published work.
  • Include external funding applications and awards including funding agency, all PIs, dates, and amount awarded.
Resources for creating the CV
  • DukeSpace is a great open-access repository in which you can make your dissertation available.
  • Symplectic Elements allow you to manage and "favorite" your top ten publications.  You can link to these publications in Scholars@Duke.
  • MyResearchHome will help you compile your research.

A brief description of the your intellectual interests, including a description of any factors – interdisciplinary or otherwise – that you believe should be taken into consideration when establishing your review committee. The synopsis should be one page or less.

This statement should provide a detailed summary of your research, teaching, and service activities. The intellectual development narrative should be written in first person and should provide a detailed summary of your research, teaching, and service activities in your own voice. The audience for this statement includes the external letter writers, faculty colleagues, and readers outside your direct area of study (e.g., Dean or APT committee members). Please include the following:

  • Research/scholarship/artistic development: describe your research interests, how your work contributes to your field of study. Focus on identifying your main contributions the field. Include a description of your research trajectory including new projects, works in progress, and future directions. 
  • Teaching: describe your teaching philosophy, goals, and strategies. Provide information about prior courses taught, mentoring of undergraduate students, and other teaching and pedagogical accomplishments. Describe future teaching and mentorship plans. 
  • Service: describe all department, university, and disciplinary service. Identify contributions to both the primary and secondary/joint/adjunct academic units. 
  • Where relevant, address public engagement activities, particularly engagement that is grounded in and draws on your
    research and expertise. 
  • If warranted, address any impact that COVID-19 has had on your research progress, teaching, and productivity. 
  • Discuss how you foster an equitable and inclusive learning and research environment. If applicable, highlight any service that aims to advance Duke’s values of equity, diversity, and inclusion.  




Include a list theses/dissertations supervised and served as a member of thesis and dissertation committees. Specify the your role on each committee (e.g., chair, member). If your unit has no graduate activities, include a statement explaining this. 

Include syllabi for ALL courses taught since appointment or most recent promotion 

A listing, rank-ordered by you, of not more than ten (total) of your most important and influential publications and/or professional contributions. 

Alphabetical list of all collaborators on papers, publications, books,  grants, and presentations.

Summary of Grants if Applicable.  Example here.



 Submit all Publications, Books, Reviews, Manuscripts, etc. in PDF format.