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.
Very Good Institution Where You Enter To Learn & Go Forth To Serve
Research Assistant (Former Employee), Nashville, TN – November 18, 2013
I learned how to handle tough environments, how to perform well in the classroom with groups & individually, and how to overcome adversity on all levels of engineering principles to be successful in the real world.
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee), Nashville, TN – August 25, 2013
My time at Tennessee State University (TSU) as an undergraduate and graduate research assistant was one of the best experiences of my life. I learned so much about the laboratory through hands on experience, formal/informal training, and seminars. There weren't really any easy parts of my experience there, but learning isn't always easy. The long hours, – more... trial and error, model designing, etc were all the hardest but most enjoyable parts of my time at TSU. My co-workers were usually senior research graduate who were always willing to give advice and help when needed. – less
Research Intern (Former Employee), nashville tn – July 18, 2013
The research only lasted about 2 hours tops. We were trying to find out what organism, plant ect worked to alter cancer cells basically what got rid of them. I worked by myself and a couple of days later I would meet up with my teacher to go over the results.
FINE ARTS DIRECTOR FOR UPWARD BOUND (Former Employee), Nashville, TN – July 17, 2013
Pros: opportunity for disadvantaged students
Cons: wish they could help more students
The Upward Bound program is intentionally designed to empower high school students to take a proactive role in their education and excel far beyond their idealized potential.
Upward Bound prepares approximately sixty students (with at least two-thirds low-income and/or first generation college-bound students) in grades nine through twelve, for success – more... through high school in order to enter and graduate from college with a Bachelor's degree. – less