Unless the university specifies a certain style (which I would find surprising), you are free to use what you want. The most important thing, in my opinion, is that it is consistent and you don't mix different styles. To find specific examples, you can look at CVs of university professors.
To make this clear, I don't think the following examples are necessarily good examples for you to emulate. I just selected these to demonstrate that there is no certain style everyone follows.
An example by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Westkämper of the Fraunhofer Institute:
(Source: Frauenhofer Institute for Automation)
Here is one example by Prof. Dr. Peter Noll of the TU Berlin:
(Source: TU Berlin, Prof. Dr. Noll publication list)
Here is another example by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Brodmann of the University of Gelsenkirchen:
(Source: Westfälische Hochschule, Prof. Dr. Brodmann, CV)