University Administrator (Former Employee), Albany, NY – February 28, 2013
Just so we are clear, I have been in higher education for 20+ years and have worked at both private and public colleges. The last 11 years I have been at public universities.
The things that I saw were breathtaking, not just the politics, but activities that were criminal. In trying to address these various situations, I brought information to my boss – more... who took it up the chain of command and nothing happened. This pervasive mindset/culture started long before I arrived.
Sadly there are many good men and women at UA whose hearts and work ethic are in the right place. Unfortunately those people are over shadowed by the tramps and thieves who have slithered they way up the food chain. – less
Learned a lot, was really fun working with other students , helping them fix their code
Teaching Assistant for Java (Former Employee), Albany, NY – January 11, 2013
The experience of working as a Teaching Assistant was very helpful in getting better understanding of JAVA because in order to help other students to fix their code , i got a valuable experience of understanding somebody else's code.I was accompanied with one more TA which was a bit help too. The hardest part of the job was help students to come up – more... with the bug in the code so they can fix it themselves. It was a nice teaching experience. – less
Temporary Facilities Assistant (Former Employee), Albany, NY – July 9, 2012
Working at SUNY has merely helped me pay my bills. The job didnt hold much responsibility which it turn made quality of work poor. I typical day consisted of trying find things to do to keep you're mind occupied. If the workplace offered any advancment it would not be a terrible place to work but there is no chnce to advance. The hardest part of the – more... job consisted with dealing with management. The easiest part of the job are the convenient hours. – less