Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee), Nashville, TN – May 27, 2014
I was an international student and worked as a graduate research assistant for the funding i received at the university. On a typical a day, i spent about four hours assisting my academic mentor(supervisor) with his work by either teaching his class, marking papers, analyzing data, searching for literature for his research work etc. and go for my classes – more... in the evening. Some days, i spend all the time on school community farm assisting other professors with work on their vegetable farms and i must say these were my favorite times on campus because i love working on the field. I have learn a lot from Tennessee state university especially on how to work and associate with people from diverse culture due to the multilateral nature of the school community with very supportive professors and welcoming colleagues. Above all, I learn that with prioritization and determination crowd with the grace of God, one can achieve anything one's sets the mind on. – less
Graduate Assistant (Current Employee), Nashville, TN – May 9, 2014
Pros: nice working place, flaxible time sheet
Cons: outdoor work
it will definitly become a non fogetable place and experience for your whold life. i like here, because it gave me a new life i have not experienced before. but too much outside work and sunshine here. and work with animals is fun.
Great learning environment from various perspectives
Exec. Asst. to the Vice for Business and Finance (Current Employee), Nashville, TN – January 10, 2014
Pros: professional development
The most enjoyable part of my job is diversity of my position that has allowed me to learn various things outside my typical job duties such as resolving student issues related to other departments. I also have great co-workers and a supervisor that are great team players.