Math and Economics Tutor, Professor Aditi Sengupta (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – August 22, 2013
• Tutored undergraduates in a Mathematical Economics course • Created techniques to help students improve in optimization, linear algebra • Facilitated deeper understanding of lecture material to help students grasp concepts
Nutrition Data Entry Clerk (part time) (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – August 10, 2017
Auburn University has an excellent campus full of lots of greenery. It is very walkable and perfect for anyone not wanting to live in a huge city. The campus is filled with multiple dining facilities, and their is a wide-selection of food. The population is very nice and is very accepting of international students. Working here is very nice and people are very supportive. I would strongly encourage people to come visit the campus and seeing Auburn for what it is.
PROPERTY AUDITOR (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – August 1, 2017
The absolute best job in the whole wide world. Working for Auburn University was beyond the best. I chose to leave the workforce and begin my family and that is why I no longer work here. I would love to work back at Auburn University one day.
County Coordinator (Former Employee) – Calvert, AL – July 23, 2017
Great place to work, with benefits. 401k , educational opportunities and advancement .Chance to improve the lives of clients by the use of research base information. Communities working together for the good of all people,
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – July 14, 2017
Working as an University research assistant was a productive way for me to sustain myself while finishing my Master's degree. My atmosphere was laid back and I set my own schedule as long as I got my work done and did what I was suppose to. I obtained my degree while learning valuable knowledge in working environment and how to work with different people in an academic and real world setting.
My day in the lab with very loving and supportive lab mates
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Auburn, AL – July 5, 2017
I get in the lab at 8:00 AM every and start working on a current project or read new articles about my field. I have a very supportive academic adviser and colleges that are really ready to help. I have worked in collaboration with some of them and all of us share a very fun work environment.
Should consider improving temporary employee evaluation and orientation procedures.
Waste Reduction & Recycling Temp (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – June 13, 2017
T.E.S must conduct orientation process and review/evaluation of temporary employees. Especially where inexperienced/low functioning supervisors are concerned. Entirely too much dishonesty/employee turnover in the Waste Reduction & Recycling Division.
Great student athlete culture. Great campus and facilities. Excellent community outreach programs.
Temporary employees need to be evalutated by alternate supervisors who are not biased.
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Auburn, AL – June 8, 2017
A good place to study Civil Engineering. Very friendly and responsive professors. Interesting real projects that students worked on. Opportunity to go on a field trip related to the project. Also, Auburn is a great place to live and have fun.
Graduate Assistant tutor (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – June 5, 2017
A typical day tutoring included discussing a kinesiology related topic from a student athletes lectures. We would determine what he/she was having trouble with, help them figure out how to approach the topic, and review.