Great professors. Amazing learning environment and community. One of my best opportunities so far!
Undergraduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – February 28, 2016
As an undergraduate research assistant, you will have the option to choose professors depending on what you want to do research in. It's best if you go on the website and look up their most recent projects and publications. That should give you an idea of what they do, and hopefully it aligns with your interests.
Don't care much about the pay. If you go in with the desire to learn, and put in your own hours even beyond the required, then you'll get alot out of this. I can guarantee you that, provided you are actually passionate about the research field you are working in.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Kingsville, TX – February 25, 2016
A typical day at work was very busy. interacted with many students. Management of the lab is awesome. also, the staff is extremely supportive and understanding. they work well with your schedule and they compensate you for all your time and hard work.
Class Leader (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – February 24, 2016
I worked part-time for Texas A&M University - School of Public Health as a class leader in their Programs for Healthy Aging. I found this environment to be extremely enriching and though it helped me push myself as a leader and an independent force, it also propelled me through some barriers I thought I could not overcome.
The staff is extremely supportive and understanding. They work well with your schedule and they compensate you for all your time and hard work.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – College Station, TX – February 15, 2016
The work place is very bright with comfortable people. However, at the same time, the work setting is very productive and supportive. Lastly, the work setting has a lot of resources to support your research.
TAMUCT is a great place to work. It's a growing university which is exciting and the people are very friendly. They care about the students. It is convenient to Fort Hood and Central Texas College. My favorite part of the job is the people that I work with.
The only reason I am leaving is because my husband was offered a job out of town, otherwise, I would not want to leave.
Research Assistant Professor (Current Employee) – College Station, TX – February 2, 2016
follow up literatures design or follow project plans perform experiments answer questions from students and provide advices The hardest is the hypothesis does not work and you lose your job The most enjoyable part of the job is advance knowledge
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Kingsville, TX – January 19, 2016
The administration is not very good, but the experience really depends upon under who you are working with. Since working as a research assistant, you are really not very connected to the college department, the administration should really not be an issue as long as you are not worried about payroll issues
Laboratory Manager (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – January 13, 2016
The people are mean and rude, the classes do NOT prepare you for the real world, and the pay is TERRIBLE. Constantly bombarded with mind games and abuse. If I had a choice between going back there and leaping to my death, I'd leap to my death.
Computer Technician (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – January 12, 2016
friendly coworkers and great boss, instructions on what to do on the job are very direct while the day's tasks can be very flexible. typically just walked around the engineering building helping those who need help with their computers and helped with other physical tasks such as moving/repairing computers and printers and helping set up for special events such as meetings and special guests.
very easy and laid back, great group of people to work with
sometimes too easy and sometimes not enough work to do