Dynamic Causal Modeling (Former Employee) – Rochester, MI – March 26, 2014
Five days per week. I have learned new technology for analyzing fMRI data. My co-worker is Prof Siadat. The challenge part was the noise in fMRI. And the project was very important in terms of studying why some people stay in an anxiety model long.
Starlit Research Assistant/RA Captain (Current Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – June 28, 2017
Provided me with tons of leadership and organizational skills. This is good for students who are interested in pursing a career in psychology. You have to be really dedicated for this job is great. Everyone gets along very well.
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IT Management Graduate Assistant (Former Employee) – Rochester, MI – June 23, 2017
I was able to develop many crucial skills including data analysis, requirements gathering, database management, business systems analysis, business objects development, project management and delivery of process innovations.
College Success Coach (Current Employee) – Rochester, MI – June 14, 2017
Great place to work. The Project Upward Bound department really is a great experience for me because it allowed me to reach out to students in high school mentoring them but selling the brand Oakland University hoping to lure students to enroll in the school.
ADMISSION'S AMBASSADOR (Former Employee) – Rochester, MI – May 29, 2017
Who gets to say that they're an admission's ambassador for a University? Not loads! It's such a great experience to show the pride that you have for your school. I love the positive vibes that I receive when giving tours and just doing my job in general. Everyone is so appreciative! Working for the university also means getting a certain GPA so it motivates you to do well in school!
Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Rochester Hills, MI – May 16, 2017
I open the desk at 8am, update the Excel cash sheet. Throughout the day I check in packages and mail and check packages out as well as rental equipment throughout the day. I make money transaction as well. My night shifts consist of me tidying the equipment rooms, updating the Excel money sheet and locking the office. I learned about time management resulting in me using my time wisely and communicating with people of all ages and background. The hardest part of the job was making sure I had time to do my homework and readings for class, otherwise the job was very accommodating. I enjoyed working in general, I didn't mind being on my feet or carrying heavy items. I enjoyed communicating with my bosses and working underneath them.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Rochester, MI – May 2, 2017
A typical day is very simple. Come into the research lab, figure out the synthesis that needs to be done, and perform. Any questions are always answered by the professor or post-doc. Very little stress.
Teaching Assistant for Digital Logic (Current Employee) – Michigan – March 22, 2017
Courses are structured as per industrial requirements and latest technology research. Infrastructure, labs have everything in place that is essential for learning. Visiting professors are industry experts.
Grader (Current Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – February 21, 2017
the grader jobs helps me keep in touch with my interests in lean and supply chain. grading papers of various students with their different inputs on the same problem question, helps me understand the broader view of team work in solving queries.
Teacher Assistant (Current Employee) – Rochester, MI – January 26, 2017
Oakland University is a great University specially for the engineering students because they have one of the nicest building for the Engineering school. I like the school of engineering and I like the professors. This was the reason to work in Oakland University as a teacher assistant.