Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – August 9, 2017
Its fun working with the University as they encourage productive and life changing researches. They also advocate balancing work and family life of employees which boost productivity towards achieving ones set goals.
GRA, Greenhouse Gas Inventory (Current Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – July 14, 2017
The GRA through the University of North Dakota provided a good work and school balance. Further, the project really allowed me to understand emissions from the University and how to mitigate them through engineering changes to school operations.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – June 30, 2017
After winning the Advanced Undergraduate Research Award, I conducted research on cell differentiation during Hematopoiesis on mice. My research project, "Deciphering hematopoietic gene regulation using high-throughput data and a mathematical model," utilized a new interdisciplinary approach, as it combined Biology and Mathematics to understand cell differentiation. Using a mathematical model which identified potential Cis Regulatory Modules, a reverse engineering approach was used which combined an experimental and computational approach for validating the model predictions. Additionally, I presented my research at the Northern Plains Biological Symposium and ND EPSCor State Conference.
Productive workplace with an enjoyable environment
Internship (Current Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – June 21, 2017
Typical day meeting many clients helping them promote health. I want to learn anything about health every day I go to work. I wan management to guide us but also let us try to test our wings. The workplace is only as good as you make it and I tend to be very energetic myself so I hope my colleges are as well. The hardest part about the job will be to both learn and teach at the same time and the most enjoyable will be to learn from both colleges and clients.
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – May 16, 2017
UND provides a productive environment with potential to grow. Lots of cool projects, learnt a lot in research also hands on project experiences from industry leading firms, scholarships, talent and hard work is always appreciated.
Great Work ethic and study enviroment, plenty of learning opportunities.
Graduate Student (Former Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – May 9, 2017
The Space Studies program at the University of North Dakota is an excellent graduate program. The professors are all former engineers and scientists in the space field, so they teach from first hand experience. Very exciting place.
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – May 6, 2017
University of North Dakota is a place to learn and excel your crafts. With wide variety of courses offered by distinguished scholar this is the place to engage in quality research and progressive thinking.
Community Assistant (Former Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – March 27, 2017
Fairly easy job but there was an overemphasis on programming. Students just wanted free food, yet the university housing department insisted that CA's provide activities for the residents. I mean, you cannot do battle with the Xbox. You'll lose.
Student Athlete Development Coordinator (Current Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – February 17, 2017
This is a great place to work. Most people would say the cold is the hardest thing to get used to, and I would agree. The work environment is really positive and the athletes and coaches have a great deal of buy-in concerning total player development.