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Graduate Student Assistant (Former Employee), Clemson, SCJanuary 15, 2014
Excellent place to work
Nice place to have fun and work at the same time
Would go back at point
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Enjoyable
Nutrition Educator Assistant (Former Employee), Pickens, SCDecember 18, 2013
Pros: meeting and interacting with new and interesting individuals.
Cons: a lot of traveling.
Enjoyed teaching and also learning from my participates. A lot of public speaking is required but was a plus for me.
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good school
Teaching Assistant (Former Employee), Clemson, SCDecember 1, 2013
good place to work, coworkers are great and very helpful. Fun working environment.
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productive and friendly workplace
Senior Accountant (Former Employee), Payroll departmentNovember 29, 2013
Pros: great job opportunities
Cons: no cons
It was very hard work, but very rewarding work. Everyone worked together to get the daily tasks done.
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Fun, educational, and beneficial place to work.
Radiation Safety Officer Assistant (Former Employee), Clemson, SCNovember 25, 2013
Pros: constant learning environment
A typical day of work consisted of radiation and hazardous waste management,hazardous material storage and clean-up,and radiation testing and sampling. I learned about testing equipment, OSHA and EPA regulations, and managing hazardous materials. My boss and co-workers were intellectual and helpful in every way. The hardest part of the job was constantly – more... ensuring that the department was a small waste generator and ensuring students were properly trained in radioactive material usage. The most enjoyabe part of the job was the constant learning. – less
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A peaceful place for research
Research Assistant, Electrical Engineering (Current Employee), Clemson, SCNovember 3, 2013
Pros: not too much stress
Cons: opportunities are limited
A good place for research, not aggressive

Resources including the hardware equipment are limited.

Computing resources are great.
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great place to spend your college and graduate school years
Research Assistant (Former Employee), Clemson, SCOctober 25, 2013
great place to spend your college and graduate school years.
clemson is a place like no other.
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Enjoyable time at Clemson University
Teaching Assistant (Current Employee), Clemson, SCOctober 21, 2013
I am a teaching assistant in Clemson University. My major duties are help student durning class and teach some undergraduate courses. This work is useful for me. I practiced my English and gained teamwork experience
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Researched drag reduction in turbulent flow in a channel by means of micro-patterned superhydrophobic surfaces as it relates to different factors such
Research Assistant (Current Employee), Clemson, SCSeptember 13, 2013
Developed closed-form expressions for the skin friction coefficient and drag reduction in terms of the geometrical properties of the roughness and the friction Reynolds (or Kàrmàn) number.

Tested the model veracity by comparing the closed-form expressions with skin friction data of turbulent channel flows over superhydrophobic grooved surfaces.
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Student Housing Department
Student Housing Department (Former Employee), Clemson, SCAugust 21, 2013
Pros: opportunity to work 40+ hours a week
Cons: work did not extend into the fall and spring semesters. only summer
Student Summer Employee while attending Clemson University

• Maintained campus student facilities
• Enhanced campus housing apperance
• Assisted management in campus housing
development needs
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Fun workplace with great emphasis on learning and self-improvement.
Top Rope Teaching Assistant (Former Employee), Clemson, SCAugust 19, 2013
Pros: easy and fun job.
Cons: low hours and low pay.
Teach students proper safety procedures, techniques, and methods for good rock climbing. Learned coaching skills by interacting and teaching students. Co-worker was very knowledgeable and great at the job. The hardest part of the job was staying vigilant and watching for safety violations. The best part of the job was the climbing and camaraderie.
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Productive and meaningful
Accountant Fiscal Analyst I (Current Employee), Clemson, SCAugust 12, 2013
Accountant. Reconciliations and processing payments from invoices and credit cards. Detailed work.
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Productive place and fun working with Elementary Schools kids
Youth Development Specialist (Former Employee), Chesnee, SCJuly 31, 2013
Worked in Chesnee and had to be at the school 2 times/week, the rest of week I will be doing my work from home.

I learned how to collect data using clickers with the students in order to develop a curriculum on STEM for the school.

The most enjoyable part of the jobs is that I got to work with a wonderful group of co-workers and kids.
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A wonderful university to expand your education while meeting great people
Student (Former Employee), Clemson, SCJuly 19, 2013
A typical day included either 50 min or 75 min classes, depending on the schedule the student chose. I learned a tremendous amount at Clemson University such as how prepare for life after college, how to organize your time and set priorities. From my experience, most of the teachers are very eager in making sure their students understand the material – more... and are willing to help the students. The hardest part of attending Clemson was the amount of effort required to performing well in the classes, especially the biology and chemistry courses. Needless to say, to succeed at Clemson true dedication to performing well is a necessity. – less
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Good workplace
Maintenance (Former Employee), Clemson, SCJuly 16, 2013
School to work position that was very flexible with my school schedule.
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Nice
RA in RESIN Project (Current Employee), Clemson, SCJune 24, 2013
Pros: friendly environment
Good to work and study in Clemson University. Nice advisor, hard working student. enjoy while instructing fluid lab and team working in RESIN research team
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Learned a lot about working in education.
Teaching Assistant (Former Employee), Clemson, SCJune 18, 2013
Typically I would grade papers or maintain attendance records. I appreciated the opportunity to have the job and truly enjoyed working with my professor.
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School, lots of work, but also lots of fun
Student (Current Employee), Clemson, SCJune 3, 2013
Pros: its clemson! everything is a pro!
Cons: many tough hours of hard work
Pursuing a BS in Computer Science takes a lot of hard work at Clemson University. Many times the day was not over until lab ended at 10 or 11 o'clock, and even then, you might have more work to do. The work is well worth the fun though. The projects teach great skills, and teachers often use real life situations to help explain certain concepts.
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Very fun place to work and learned so much!
Tennis Camp Counselor (Former Employee), Clemson, SCMay 28, 2013
Working the Clemson Tiger Tennis Camp taught me so much about hard work and responsibility. It was a very humbling experience to work with the kids and my fellow staff members.
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Student Assistantship
Student Assistant (Former Employee), Clemson, SCMay 28, 2013
Research on GIS productions and applications
Studied CityEngine moduals to be applied for future practical applications

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