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University of Oregon Employer Reviews

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Productive and learning environment
FRONT DESK OFFICE ASSISTANT (Former Employee), Eugene, ORAugust 8, 2012
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I really enjoyed working in the Architecture department at the University of Oregon. I applied without any knowledge of the Architecture program, and I was able to quickly learn all about it. Everyone is very friendly and it a great place to work, especially if you are a student and juggling working with school
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Highly diverse and flexible workplace
Adjunct Instructor (Current Employee), Eugene, ORJuly 30, 2012
The positions I filled at the U of O provided me with a great deal of flexibility, both in terms of daily work schedule as well as the opportunity to balance personal and professional goals. Excellent co-workers all the way around.
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Strong culture. Stable job. Good benefits.
Student Records Specialist (Former Employee), Eugene, ORJuly 5, 2012
Great co-workers tasked to deliver on difficult, but rewarding work.
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Great and supportive place to work
Campus Operations Researcher (Current Employee), Eugene, ORJune 1, 2012
Pros: flexibility
Cons: bureaucracy
This is an excellent company to work for. Great bosses, good benefits, and an all around fun place to gain experience or work for a lifetime.
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Graduate Teaching Assistant
Teacher's Assistant (Former Employee), Anthropology departmentApril 30, 2012
Pros: pays for school plus small salary.
Cons: grading papers is a lot of work, during finals week none the less.
Graduate Teaching Fellowship is a fun way to pay for graduate school while helping the professor and undergraduate students. If you qualify for financial support, for that is. If teaching the students directly is your thing, teaching a discussion section is available. Some classes even allow experienced GTFs to teach a full class. The only downside – more... is grading the students papers and homework. – less
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Great campus and people
Graduate Teaching Fellow (Former Employee), Eugene, ORApril 30, 2012
Pros: healthcare
I enjoyed living in Eugene and working at the University of Oregon. I learned how to teach students in a friendly manner while still maintaining authority. A portion of my GTF position included research, which primarily consisted of coding in MATLAB. The best part of this job was the interaction with students and the hardest part of the job was accepting – more... that model development is a continuous process but that at some point you have to halt development and assess your working results. – less
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Fun and positive enviornment for youth
Youth Events Volunteer (Former Employee), Eugene, ORApril 24, 2012
Pros: teaching youth about life
I was involved in a athletics program called O-Heroes that does a large amount of community service throughout the school year with youth and youth clubs. We put on events that promote leadership, positivity, teamwork, and education.
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Economics Department
Graduate Teaching Fellow (Former Employee), Eugene, ORApril 5, 2012
The economics department at the University of Oregon is a great place. The faculty and staff members are warm and the students are eager to learn.
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Great Place to Work
Math Tutor/Teacher Assistant (Current Employee), Eugene, ORMarch 27, 2012
Great place to work. Good practice for those who want to be a teacher.
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Great College Job
Student Orientation Staff (Former Employee), Eugene, ORMarch 21, 2012
Have fun while living and working at the University of Oregon. You will know more about the university than you ever thought you would. Have fun and make some money while in school.
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Student Worker
Office Receptionist (Former Employee), Eugene, ORApril 9, 2014
I worked for three departments at U of O: Advising, First Year Programs, and Housing.