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How to address an unpaid member of a research group in CV? Is this statement correct: An unofficial member of research-founded project; published the highest rate of papers from the project
 
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How should I describe address an unpaid member of a research group in CV? Is this statement correct?: An unofficial member of a research-founded project; published the most papers in the project.
Address means talk to. It looks like you mean describe.

What is CV? If you mean curriculum vitae, you need to put a, her, or his in front of it.

Rate of papers from doesn't quite make sense. Better:

- most
- greatest number of

And I don't understand research-founded project. Do you mean:

- a funded research project?
- a research project?
- a researcher-founded project?
 
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I am wondering if I could use "unofficial member" in my CV. What is the best way to show my great contribution to the project when my name was not in the project due to some internal policy? Enable GingerCannot connect to Ginger Check your internet connection
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I suggest that you edit that post.
 

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How to address an unpaid member of a research group in CV? Is this statement correct: An unofficial member of research-founded project; published the highest rate of papers from the project

Hi, dear.
Why do you write it this way: «An unofficial member of research-founded project»???
Is it more important than your experience?
( I have a situation like this )
 

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I am wondering if I could use "unofficial member" in my CV. What is the best way to show my great contribution to the project when my name was not in the project due to some internal policy?

Two things. One, you needed to delete the extraneous stuff that showed up due to some sort of glitch. Two, I am not sure how you get credit for something when your name isn't connected to the project. (Maybe you need to talk to the project manager.)

Have you taken note of Charlie's suggestions?
 

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I participated in the preparation of the project DNP Capstone on "College vaccination" - I developed a plan for financial sustainability. I am not a native English speaker, so I applied to a special agency, so that my text would be perfect. But in the end I did not find my name among the participants of the project ... I still want to mention this experience in my CV, but I do not know how to do it properly.
 
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I suspect that on this thread we have two people who are the same person.
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