Peer Mentor Coordinator (Former Employee), South Bend, IN – March 26, 2014
I enjoyed working in this environment. We had some great working relationships. We got our work done and had a good time doing it. I beleive that working as a team is the best way to get things done! I enjoyed helping college students get acclimated to college life. We did lots of activities with the students so they felt as though they were supported. – more... Great time! – less
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee), Bloomington, IN – March 8, 2014
The IU Chemistry graduate program is pretty nice. The faculty that you interact with through classes and teaching are all very friendly. The in-house electronic and machine shops are also really great.
Associate Instructor (Current Employee), Bloomington, IN – March 3, 2014
As a graduate student, we are given a AI position. It depends on which professor/instructor you work for but usually it entails grading. It really taught me to be enthusiastic not just about my own work but to also to be enthusiastic when fostering someone's education. The hardest part of the job is when students don't seem to care or work hard but – more... when they do, it is always satisfactory to see their progress. – less
Executive Producer, Producer, Director (Former Employee), Bloomington, IN – December 1, 2013
Staff at university very knowledgeable and helpful. Class sizes very large, but it is a large university. Equipment is good and quality work is being produced by students. More help with job placement in senior year could increase hiring rate for students.
Assistant Instructor of Spanish (Current Employee), Bloomington, IN – November 25, 2013
Pros: great experience
Cons: no office
This was such a great job! They really prepare you well for basically any situation, while also being a graduate student! The expectations are high, and especially with taking graduate classes this often leads to a really poor work/life balance, but most assistant instructors also experience this.
Administrative (Former Employee), Indianapolis, IN – November 19, 2013
Pros: great benefits, good job security, friendly people
I came to IU after working in the private sector. The pace and culture is very different in the academic world. It's not nearly as dynamic and innovation driven. The people however are very friendly and the benefits are excellent. Excellent place for people looking for workplace flexibility over skill development.
Fun, learning environment where peers worked together to simplify otherwise difficult subjects.
Peer Tutor for Python (Former Employee), Bloomington, IN – September 25, 2013
Pros: free soda pop and snack.
Typically, I would wait for someone to ask me for help if they were having issues with a particularly difficult problem or I would ask around if anyone needed help. If they did, I would work with them to help them come to a correct solution without giving it away. The challenge was to have them use what they already knew to arrive at a solution without – more... too much help coming from you. My supervisor was really kind and helpful, and the other peer tutors would help and advise me when necessary. The most enjoyable part of the job was when a student would recall something you had taught them in prior sessions and use that to come up with a solution on the current problem. – less
RESEARCH ASSISTANT (Current Employee), Bloomington, IN – August 25, 2013
Indiana University-Bloomington is a good place for people who want to do research. The town itself is a pretty laid-back mid-western town yet with plenty of entertainments. The school has world-class research facilities and supports.