Building Crew Member (Current Employee) – Arlington, TX – November 7, 2017
It is a fun place to work. The boss is pretty chill and so the if the work is done before time we can leave early if we wish to. The only hard part are the night shifts sometimes, which is sometimes a lot of work and we need to work over time. But no the pay is still the same.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Arlington, TX – November 27, 2016
Most days my supervisor meets with all of his group research members to discuss priorities and check progress of every day tasks. Therefore, I get in early to prepare everyday schedule. On a typical day last week, we have the project team meeting and after that sometimes we have a lunch together which is the best time for communication between students and professor. The hardest part of my job is, I usually have to work on weekend. However, as my co-workers and I know about other's projects, we all try to finish our duties to help others and this is really enjoyable to work as a team and best time to involve in a research project and learn valuable points.
Provides lastest PeopleSoft products to do your job.
Assistant Vice President (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – November 22, 2016
Nice place to work in a complex environment with nice co-workers. Getting to use the latest PeopleSoft products for commitment control, commitment accounting and Hyperion Planning and Budgeting have made UTA a productive learning workplace. I have enjoyed my service here at the university
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It's a good place to be at if you are looking for flexible hours while you attend school. My coworkers are hardworking but also very approachable when it comes to issues not related to work. The hardest part of the job is trying to balance tasks because there is a lot of freedom in how you can go about approaching things, The best part is coming in to work and happy to work alongside the people you are employed with because the environment is so nice.
Taught Statistics and Java to undergraduate and graduate students on a weekly basis. Assisted faculties in grading exams, and homeworks as well as organizing the course materials for almost 150 students Gathered data from different journals for two professors.
Lecturer (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – October 16, 2016
UTA is a good, growing university and the music and theater departments are attracting better students each year. The faculty is strong and easy to work with. The students are both the best and most difficult part of the job.
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – September 26, 2016
My learning curve is something much steeper than a normal bell curve and often felt that as a gift. I have worked and learned over the course of my masters and that thing, working with a team and actually to be accepted to be one to work on something make me feel important and would do anything to make it work.
Honesty and hard work always pays they say, i would say the same.
Job title no longer exists (Former Employee) – Library – September 21, 2016
The Dean and her assistant continue using a vindictive, unethical management style based on whim and cronyism. Staff turnover is huge. Whether professional or classified, staff members never know where they stand from one day to the next. Don't go there. These are horrible people.
This is a wonderful place to work for high-quality research and good life-work balance. The NTU is one of the best research institute in SIngapore may be the world. The facility here is one of the best in Asia and supporting staffs are very nice to people and they are very helpful.
Undergraduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – June 22, 2016
I was a part-time student teacher volunteering in the ASSURE program to help teach younger undergrads how to apply the scientific method to research. It taught me advanced techniques for both teaching, speaking, and scientific research. My supervisor, although hard to understand, was a GRA who ran the lab very smoothly and was almost always able to get us the supplies we needed. My co-workers would all make sure everyone was on track, gathering together if there was a problem and picking the best course of action. It built teamwork and problem solving. The hardest part of the job was dealing with a contamination in the broth we were using. One of my coworkers and I were able to track down the source of the contamination and eradicate it after it had been there for over 2 years. Solving this problem was the most enjoyable part of my job while I was there. It went unnoticed because the Pseudomonas(the contaminant) was almost identical to E.coli (the bacteria used in the experiments) in morphology, except for colony shape. Using isolation techniques, we figured out the vials in broths it was in, and eradicated it.