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I would propose to put both points into your CV. The interpretation you're afraid of is a bit far-fetched, and while some persons may indeed come to such a conclusion, I think most will not. Even for those who would think there has been an influence, I would argue that putting both is better than putting only one of them. This is because they are in ...


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You should expect some professional distance between yourself and anyone you supervise. You can be "friendly" of course, and you can interact at departmental social functions in a friendly way, but you have to recognize that whenever a dispute arises you are the boss, not the pal. Some departments, however, with a long history of very collegial ...


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I would list them both. They are really different things that show different abilities. One is you leading a session, perhaps showing some organizational ability, MCmanship if that is a word, and knowledge of a whole subfield, not just your stuff. The other is an individual research contribution and probably decent writing. In addition, academic CVs are "...


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Chairing sessions is not nearly as prestigious as winning an award in a conference. I wouldn’t list that on my CV at all, nor have I ever seen anyone else do it. Perhaps your advisor or experts in your field would correct me on this point. To your question: you played a role in conference administration; it has nothing to do with your award and anyone who’s ...


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