CLC Monitor (Former Employee), Rolla, MO – September 22, 2014
•Supervised use of University computers and printers •Serviced minor technology-related problems •Aided students in use of University-provided software •Maintained a clean and well-organized work area for students
Student Assistant Technician II (Former Employee), Rolla, MO – August 9, 2014
Pros: good co-workers
There was not a typical day in the mining department.... it was constantly changing depending on what was necessary that week. The staff is awesome: fun, caring, productive, good communicators, and lively. This was my favorite job.
Teacher's Assistant (Current Employee), Rolla, MO – April 30, 2014
As an undergraduate TA, I work with students in a lab setting for an introductory environmental engineering course. The work is meaningful without being too time consuming. I assist students with their labs and grade reports and presentations.
Post-doctoral Fellow (Former Employee), Rolla, MO – March 13, 2014
Studied the role of HIV proteins and addictive drugs in blood brain barrier permeability (both in vivo and in vitro). - Evaluate the role of a novel antioxidant (-N-acetyl cysteine amide) in different models of oxidative stress. - Supervised graduate students with their research work.
Graduate Teaching/Research Assistant (Current Employee), Rolla, MO – September 2, 2013
good place to work too much fun meet lots of people Focus on the company and your individual experience while employed there Provide details about why you liked or disliked working at the company Ensure any facts you include in your review are true and accurate
Computer Learning Center Monitor (Former Employee), Rolla, MO – August 14, 2013
Pros: great course curriculums.
Cons: must work hard.
This University provides excellent challenges for students to meet their future career goals. Some challenges are more difficult than others, but overall, the experience gained from students working together to overcome the assignments and deadlines is priceless.
A safe environment to fail which provided experience with several ceramic processing and characterization techniques.
Undergraduate Student - Senior Design Project (Current Employee), Rolla, MO – March 24, 2013
Barium titanate slurry viscosity was determined using viscometry Slurry was tape-cast and laminate into dense disks which were then sintered Electrodes were applied and electrical properties were measured Polarization switching ability was measured as a function of grain size and grain orientation The project was followed from start to finish Deadlines – more... were set and there was constant communication between the group and both a faculty advisor and a corporate sponsor. – less
Director (Former Employee), Rolla, MO – February 11, 2013
Just sign up! it will be great! You will meet amazing performers from around the United States and book them to perform at your university. Enabling your fellow students to branch out and gain a better understanding of those around them.
Interesting work challenges with a nurturing and healthy work environment.
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee), Rolla, MO – January 21, 2013
The structure of the lab crew and the qualifications of the constituent members enables tackling abilities over a wide domain. The interesting and challenging work provides a scope for an excellent professional and knowledge development. The work atmosphere is productive, intriguing and the work challenges are brain storming and engaging.