Entomology Professor CV Template

Entomology is a branch in agriculture that studies insects, their characteristics, habitat, and functions in the ecosystem.  Entomology professors teach entomology courses and can also be tasked to teach some basic agriculture courses if needed.  To become an entomology professor, one must be a graduate of an undergraduate degree in agriculture or a related science field and take a master’s up to a doctorate degree in entomology.  Entomology professors also need to have a few years of teaching experience which is a requirement of most universities and colleges.

Sample Entomology Professor CV Template

Edwin Carter

Croxteth Drive, Liverpool

Merseyside, L18 3AN

Phone:  333-786-6034

edwincarter@yahoo.com

 

Objective

Industrious and resourceful education professional is searching for a job as an entomology professor in a university where I can contribute my passion in insects and knowledge in improving the university courses.

 

Summary of Qualification

  • Four years of work experience as an entomology professor.
  • Highly knowledgeable of different species of insects, including those in Asia and Africa.
  • Possess excellent skills in identifying and caring for insects.
  • Excellent skill in written and verbal communication.
  • Computer literate and innovative in making instructional materials.

 

Career Experience/Job History

2006 – Present:  Entomology Professor, Liverpool University

  • Handle agriculture and entomology courses for first year and fourth year entomology majors.
  • Conduct scientific research about beneficial insects for integrated pest management.
  • Give advice and recommendations to entomology majors in conducting their thesis and dissertation.

 

Education

2002 – 2005:  Master of Science in Entomology, Liverpool University

1998 – 2002:  Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Liverpool University

 

Professional reference will be furnished upon request.