Collaborative workspace with dynamic people
Graduate Researcher (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – July 30, 2014
I was a primary researcher on an NSF funded project while at Tufts. Which consisted of interfacing with other researchers from three other Universities. I was fortunate to use many different tools and programming languages (R,SPSS,OOF-2, etc) in my research. I was also fortunate to lead the group on the goals and expectations for publications and data compilation.
The largest benefits that I was able to acquire was the mentorship of a senior faculty where I was able to handle the research study with assistance
My coworkers consisted of fellow graduate students, educational professionals, doctoral students, post doctorates, Faculty, administrative assistance.
The most challenging component to working on the research I participated in was working in a domain that was unfamiliar to my fellow students.
The most enjoyable components of my job were working on topics of great interest to me, as well as developing integrating different methodologies to describe a phenomenon .
Flexible hours, freedom to explore, leadership opportunities, travel
Fellow experts, passionate individuals to work with