I work as an project assistant under one professor in Future Computing Lab. There people are highly talented and when you work there you get a lot to learn. They just dont code code and code all the say, we go outside on friday eve and have fun together.
Best Learning Environment for Precision Engineering
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – March 22, 2017
The university of north carolina at charlotte was th ideal place to learn about precision engineering. It housed the number 1 institute, nationally, for precision engineering. World-renown experts are available at every oppurtunity.
Graduate Students were treated as staff and thus got better benefits
Teaching / Graduate Research (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – February 2, 2017
I taught business communication courses in the Belk College of Business for two years while completing my Master's Degree. The department I worked in was great and so were the other people there. Teaching can be a rigorous career but UNC Charlotte is a great place to be.
Wonderful learning experience for research and data collection
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – October 10, 2016
I worked for a professor in the Public Health department of UNCC on her study of Refining the DASH Diet Scale for Hypertension Self-Care. I was responsible for recruiting participants, scheduling interviews, collecting data and conducting interviews, and data entry and analysis. Through this experience, I leaned the essentials that go into conducting research. The knowledge I gained helped guide me through the completion of my thesis. After working with this professor, I chose her to be my thesis chair.
Stipend, research experience
Taking time away from graduate course work to conduct interviews on campus
Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – March 26, 2017
University is growing at a rapid pace and it's an exciting time to be there but with growth comes change. Policies, requirements, and databases changed frequently during my time here. Becoming more progressive and innovative is a positive change.
UNC Charlotte is a great place to be employed. Your superiors are always there if assistance is needed. Co workers are considered family. The hardest part of the job is meeting aggressive deadlines and the best part is meeting new people.
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – August 25, 2015
Fun and productive work place. I was not experienced in this field and being a Research Assistant at UNC Charlotte I learned a lot about embedded systems & wireless sensor networks and Internet of things.
Student Services Call Center Representative (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – April 11, 2012
There is plenty of room for advancement, and the benefits are great if you are a full time employee. Holidays and weekends off is a great addition, too! Although the workday can become stressful, you feel fulfilled at the end of the day. Very laid back work environment.
Student Linux Systems Administrator (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 25, 2015
Work Culture at my current workplace is amazing.I can work with freedom of my thoughts and process work.My co-workers especially my Boss is very understanding and always encourages me.I have good learning from here to stay calm in panic situations.
Undergraduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – June 20, 2016
My job mostly included building and programming different modules or long distance education engineering labs. I also helped build and network a server rack for the lab modules. I had two other co-workers that were very knowledgeable and always a pleasure to work with.