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Daniel Weltman

1) So long as you list it, it doesn't really matter what category you list it in. Anyone who would get upset about you listing it in one category or another will just find something else to get upset about instead if you happen to list it under their preferred category rather than their dispreferred category. So there's no reason to worry about this, except insofar as you're wondering whether to list it at all (and I say yes, list it, because why not?).

2) You can solve the problem by having a separate "research supervision" heading on your CV which is not a subheading. Depending on what kind of external examining you do, you might need a slightly more capacious heading, so adjust as needed.

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