obtaining knowledge, hard working ethics, decent benefit
Graduate research Assistant (Current Employee), Brookings, SD – October 23, 2014
usually we spend 8 hours a day working on our research. At SDSU you learn a lot of important information which qualify you to become able to work in the industrial field immediately. The Civil Engineering department Head is so helpful and the management team is amazing. the hardest part of the is you spend a lot of time behind the computer trying to – more... analysis solve the problem. – less
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee), Brookings, SD – September 15, 2014
Plethora of Bioprocessing researches is being carried out at the University and I am involved in a couple of projects dealing with biochemical conversion of pretreated biomass to ethanol and oil extraction from non-food crops.
cleaning different buildings on campus, but I always like to be busy and being day-time facility worker I don't have the challenging and busy work. More of the office cleaning is at night. I like to be busy to make the day go by fast.
Dedicated research place on nano-structured materials and devices
Postdoctoral Research Associate (Current Employee), Brookings, SD – May 31, 2014
Small but energetic and dedicated group working on a single platform to solve complex problems on cutting edge research on nano-materials and devices. The group works in close collaboration with academia and industry to develop low cost techniques that can immediately be commercialized. The nano-materials and device research laboratory have state-of – more... -the-art microelectronic materials and device fabrication and characterization equipment at class-1000 clean room facility. – less
University that is well known for their nursing program
Clinical Instructor (Former Employee), Brookings, SD – March 31, 2014
-A typical day would include arriving at the unit early to find the most complicated patients that the students would learn the most from. I also familiarized myself with these patients and made myself a copy of their schedules so I could try to be with each student at vital learning opportune times. I would then pair the students with the floor nurse – more... for the day and float between students throughout the clinical shift. We would then end the shift with a group debriefing to discuss what was learned during the day and a time to ask additional questions. -I learned that different people learn things in different ways and that it is important to adjust my teaching method to provide the best education to that individual. -I did not work closely with management, however the instructor that I reported to was very helpful and easy to approach with questions. -The hardest part of the job was managing my time during the clinical shift with each student. -The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing the students make correlations with their text book learning to the clinical situation. – less