Research Associate (Current Employee) – Gainesville, FL – December 8, 2017
A typical day at work would start with an exchange of work performed on the previous day as well as ideas to execute for the day between colleagues. Involvement in other's work improved the well-being of the group and helped progress as a whole. The supervisor was friendly and gave full control of the project to the graduate students. This improved our decision-making and time-management skills. Hard days occurred when there were limited progress and creativity. A shift in focus like having a cultural conversation or listening to good music lifted spirits. The most satisfying part of the job was to make good sense of numbers and what they mean. Interpreting results in a creative way opened doors for speculation, experimentation and finally, the production of solid facts.
Earn valuable contacts at the university and the industry