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I have been thinking about this question for a while now. I could see some advice in a.SE1 and a.SE2 that answers for the inclusion of such activities in a CV.

However, is it a good idea to list such details on my personal website?

My present webpage does not contain my CV -- It just lists list of publications, projects, and some stuff like academics backgrounds. And, I don't want to put my CV later either.

  • I don't list them because I'm being bombarded by review requests as it is! – Prof. Santa Claus Feb 14 '17 at 21:18
  • If you don't have your CV on the homepage, why would you want this list? – Dirk Feb 15 '17 at 1:47
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In general, People's websites tend to be less formal and more detailed, so I say go for it, especially because it shows some more well-roundedness and "giving back."

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