Montana State University Department of Mathematical Sciences is an excellent play to work.
Statistical Consultant (Current Employee), Department of Mathematical Sciences – June 8, 2013
Work normally starts at 8 AM and is over by 3 PM. My main responsibilities include teaching intermediate and introductory level statistics classes and holding office hours. Research (in nonlinear optimal design) occupies a chunk of my time and occasionally I do statistical consulting. The department has excellent management with very wonderful and resourceful – more... people.
The most challenging part of my job is meeting consulting deadlines By working in a culturally diverse environment, I have learned to work with people from all walks of life. This has enhanced my people skills significantly. – less
Front Desk Clerk in South Hedges (Former Employee), Bozeman, MT – May 23, 2013
Pros: time to study, meet a lot of people
Cons: security shifts are boring and long
Not a whole lot to sacrifice for this job. It's perfect for students who are just looking for a way to make some extra money. You can do your homework whenever nothing is going on, the tasks aren't too much to handle. All in all, it's a decent job.
As a Graduate Teaching Assistant, work was mainly determined by my schedule. I taught one three credit course a semester as well as four hours a week in the MSU Writing Center. I was generally free to conduct myself as I saw fit. The pay and benefits are on the low side of graduate-level fellowships, but it is possible to live on it.
Staff (Former Employee), Great Falls, MT – May 13, 2013
Pros: benefits, hours, employee culture
Cons: opportunities for advancement
I loved working for this organization. Departments, faculty and staff worked well with one another and genuinely wanted one another to succeed. There was a strong focus on student success and innovative thinking toward the future and improvement on the college as a whole.
The communications lab at Montana State University does very interesting work and is well funded by grants claimed by respected PIs. Bozeman is one of the most beautiful areas I have ever lived in. It has a friendly community as well as great culture.
Pros: flexible schedule, supportive group of people
This review is for the MSU Office of Institutional Equity. The employees of this office are great! They are hard working and very supportive of one another. They were always willing to work around my class schedule. I learned an so much about the recruitment and hiring processes from these great co-workers!
Pros: great engineering college with excellent staff, nestled in one of my favorite places in the world bozeman montana.
I thoroughly enjoyed my experiences at Montana State University. The professors I got to know on a personal level and still keep in contact with many of them. I truly enjoyed student teaching while I was there and felt at home in the manufacturing facility and throughout campus. If given the chance I wouldn't change a thing about my experiences at Montana – more... State. – less
Equipment Assistant (Former Employee), Bozeman, MT – June 16, 2012
1. Set up the field, wash uniforms, manage the integrity of the athletic department 2. How to manage my time 3. Punctual 4. Always a pleasure to work with 5. keeping all the athletic progams in order 6. Traveling and the job it self i love sports
Pros: factors of endurance performance, sports nutrition
Cons: be careful who you pick to be your advisor.
Great program if you are seeking a career in research or nutrition. A student has presented a oral presentation at the Annual meeting of the Northwest Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine for the past 8 years. However, not as strong in clinical exercise physiology. Would be great if they expanded and developed a PhD program.