Peer Teaching Assistant (Former Employee), College Station, TX – May 27, 2014
I was in charge of helping the students with their class work and grading the assignments. The program was in transition so the expectations were not clear for anyone. The students were very lost in the class work and there was too much for them to handle at times. The grading was also to much for the TAs to handle at times along with our classwork.
Research Assistant (Former Employee), College Station, TX – May 21, 2014
Was given daily tasks upon arrival to be completed. Supervisors were always available to give advise and encouragement. I synthesized homogeneous and immobilized catalysts to compare results. Multiple catalysis reactions were done with each catalyst with different solvents. My co-workers were very uplifting and reliable.
College of Business Advisor (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – May 20, 2014
Working and managing enthusiastic and successful individuals was an everyday occurrence at Texas A&M San Antonio. The feel of home in the workplace allowed everyday to be enjoyable not only for the students but for the employees as well.
Practica (Former Employee), College Station, TX – May 10, 2014
Texas A&M University is the best school in Texas. As soon as I transferred, I knew it was the best decision I had ever made. Everyone there, faculty included, had so much pride in the school. It was contagious. I fell in love with the University immediately. It was an incredible experience.
Welch Fundation Postdoc Research Associate (Former Employee), College Station, TX – April 16, 2014
I learned green function theory and second quantization used in theoretical chemistry. My co-workers are from different countries, it was really fun to have culture exchanges. Hardest part of the job was it involved a lot of derivations in complex domain, but that is also the most enjoyable part.