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Dream workplace nice faculties
Graduate Assistant (Current Employee), Carbondale, ILSeptember 11, 2014
My GA experience at Department of Agribusiness Economics (ABE) is pretty funny and it is a lifelong memory. This kind of job position requires students to work 10 hours per week without fixed schedule. Therefore, students could do the job anywhere they preferred in order to relax themselves and improve efficiency. Also, the faculties at Department of – more... ABE are very nice and patient, they would not only explain research purposes and methodologies very clearly and carefully to help students fully understand it, but also guide students on the right track in appropriate way to conduct researches. – less
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Good learning environment
Research Assitant (Current Employee), Carbondale, ILAugust 21, 2014
Nice place to work
Works done in amicable way
responsive instructors
adjustable schedules
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Unbelievable experience
Teaching Assistant for PSYC 102 (Former Employee), Carbondale, ILAugust 18, 2014
Pros: getting the experience while still in college
Cons: grading papers
Monday's and Wednesday's consisted of sitting in the back of a lecture hall full of 200+ students. I watched my supervisor teach and grasp the students attention. On Friday's I spent the morning preparing my lesson plan for the afternoon. When it came down to the hour long class, it was spent walking around the classroom engaging each individual student. – more... My fellow teachers were an awesome group of co-workers. – less
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Student Work Position
Office Support Specialist (Former Employee), Carbondale, ILJuly 26, 2014
Pros: flexible schedule
Cons: low pay, no job security
This is a job and not a career. It will help pay rent but that is about it.
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Teaching assistant at SIU-C
Graduate Assistant (Former Employee), Carbondale IlJuly 22, 2014
Pros: low pressure work
Cons: low pay.
Typical days was teaching a course on Java, office hours.
Learned that I didn't want to be a teacher.
Professors were great.
Other graduate assistants were great too.
Hardest part of the job was giving lectures.
Best part was hanging out with the other grad assistants during office hours.
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A nice university
Assistant/Associate Professor of Mathematics (Former Employee), Carbondale, ILJuly 2, 2014
Conducted research in ionzing radiation damage to cancer cell.
Taught various undergraduate courses and graduate courses.
Master degree advisor of several graudate students.
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This was an amazing opportunity!
Graduate/Teaching Assistant for the ISAT (Former Employee), Carbondale, IlJune 27, 2014
Pros: amazing opportunity!!
Cons: long hours
I worked as a TA/GA for 2 years as I completed my Masters degree! The opportunity to develop classes, labs, tests and teach at this level was amazing!
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President of Graduate Student Government (Former Employee), Carbondale, ILJune 23, 2014
It was a wonderful experience. I learned so much. The people were excellent.
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College Job
Resident Assistant (Former Employee), Edwardsville, ILJune 16, 2014
Supervised 48 undergraduate students and 64 upper-class residents, oversaw recruitment of future Resident Assistants, and implemented informational programs.
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Service Oriented
Human Resources Officer (Current Employee), Edwardsville, ILJune 13, 2014
Pros: dynamic
Cons: construction
Serving students, faculty, and staff by helping them achieve success in all aspects of life is encourages me to come to work each day.
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prepared me for life after graduation
Student Programming Council (Former Employee), Carbondale illinoisMay 28, 2014
Pros: experence
Cons: student envolment
Prepared financial reports for committee member meetings,Arranged lectures fiscal budget of $45,000 for programming events.Worked directly with lecturer’s agents to handle travel, lodging, food, and transportation payment arrangements.Execute day to day business practices and daily financial planning The hardest part of my day was balancing student – more... job and coarse responsibility as a student. – less
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Senior design project
Project Lead (Former Employee), Edwardsville, ILMay 24, 2014
Learned about cost/quality analysis of components, PCBs, Microcontrollers, Analog filters, power supply design, etc.
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Great job
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee), Carbondale, ILMay 8, 2014
Great place to work.........................................................................................
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Productive and Fun Workplace with ambitious collegues
Math Tutor (Current Employee), Carbondale, ILMay 5, 2014
Math tutoring is a great way to enhance my leadership abilities. Learning how to accommodate different thought processes and also working paces help my understanding of what it takes to be a leader. Patience, knowledge, and ambition are just a few traits I'd use to describe what it takes. In addition, I must say accommodating different people is the – more... hardest part of Math Tutoring, – less
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Just another student worker job
National Park Service Data Collector (Former Employee), Eminence, MOMay 1, 2014
Good job to get all my homework done at.
Inside when its hot/cold outside.
No actual boss just graduate students.
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Productive and enjoyable environment with a moderate level of work.
Custodian (Former Employee), Carbondale, ILApril 28, 2014
Pros: friendly environment
Cons: limited amount of hours
My typical work here consisted of me and my partner going through and making sure all rooms, labs, bathrooms, and offices are clean and organized. I learned of different chemicals to clean with and ways to help reduce odors like in the bathroom. My supervisor was willing to help out the workers as far as their work load and class schedules. The hardest – more... part of the day was having to go through and making sure you have cleaned all areas properly in the manner that was expected in time. The most enjoyable part were the times when one or more workers had to perform a task and we would have friendly co-workers helping out. – less
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Productive and Great work environment.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Carbondale IllinoisApril 25, 2014
Pros: excellent work environment, supportive staff, great learning experience
Work day included seeing clients and writing notes along with other administrative work.

I learned a lot about myself as a counselor and about the administrative and paper work part of counseling agencies.

The director and supervisors were the most supportive staff I have ever worked with. I could talk to them about personal issues as well as professional – more... consultation. They were very honest with feedback and allowed me to learn how to be an effective independent worker

My coworkers provided a warm and welcoming environment and were also very professional. we worked on very important projects together with great team work and products.

The hardest thing about the job was being a full time graduate student while also working dull time.

The great part about this job was that I was about to have flexibility in my schedule, which allowed me to be present mentally and physically for clients in need. It also helped me to have necessary time to provide quality services and note management for the cases assigned to me. – less
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My specific supervisors were great, others not so much.
Wetland Field Station Research Assistant/Manager (Current Employee), Carbondale ILApril 7, 2014
There are worse place to work and live, but also better. The University itself has some issues and generally lacks a coherent plan as far as I can tell. The department I worked in had some great people but there are a few distinct groups that generally do not interact (at least in a positive manner), furthering the lack of cohesion. Nothing terrible – more... ever happened though, and all of my immediate co-workers and supervisors were always great to work with. – less
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A blessing
Student Resident Assistant (Former Employee), Carbondale, ILMarch 26, 2014
This was my start to working a real job with benefits, well, somewhat. I had a great time working as a RA, it was my most favorite job, and I enjoyed every minute of it.
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Unfortunate
Assistant Professor of Radiologic Sciences (Former Employee), Carbondale, ILMarch 17, 2014
Pros: no nights, no weekends, no holidays
Extremely poor management. Communication failure amongst coworkers. Semester by semester contract leaves faculty guessing at whether they will have a job every 18 weeks.

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