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Advisor's Move to Another University: Should I Identify as a Visiting Student or Visiting Researcher?

The mere fact that your advisor is now at University B and that you are hanging out at their campus does not make you affiliated with University B. So the first question to determine is whether you ...
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How can I put the same research on progress presented in multiple conferences on a CV?

To expand on my comment that obvious padding is hurtful and easily recognized, I suggest that you do the opposite. What you are describing as work in progress, which is, in itself, a valuable thing in ...
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Advisor's Move to Another University: Should I Identify as a Visiting Student or Visiting Researcher?

In many universities in the US, visiting positions (researcher/student/fellow) are honorary positions that come with a formal affiliation with the university being visited, and other standard benefits ...
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How can I put the same research on progress presented in multiple conferences on a CV?

In my field, it's usual to present work in progress. Depending on how long it takes, it might be presented at 1-3 meetings. Now, some meetings in my field ask you to assert "I haven't presented ...
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How can I put the same research on progress presented in multiple conferences on a CV?

You should not worry about reporting each talk you give, even if it is on the same topic (and with the same materials) as a talk you gave in a different venue. You are presumably speaking to a ...
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Advisor's Move to Another University: Should I Identify as a Visiting Student or Visiting Researcher?

This is a matter for University B to decide not you. From what you've written it sounds like you have no formal relationship with University B. Yes your advisor now works there but by your own ...
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