Today: A CV question
On CVs, it is common to include a list of invited talks given at other universities, research labs, professional organizations, or companies. Ideally the list will also include the date of each talk. I don't find the talk title to be particularly useful, but some people include these.
It has come to my attention that there is a divergence of opinion on the following issue related to the Listing of the Talks:
Should you include interview talks? You don't have to indicate them as such of course, but should you even list them with other invited talks?
Some of my colleagues think this is unethical, but I don't see a problem. An invited talk is an indication that a place is interested in your research, whether it be just for a visit or for consideration for hiring. Why not list the places that invited you to give talks, for whatever reason? Am I missing something re. the ethics of this?
10 years ago