Great place for grad students Teaching/Lab Assistant (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – October 2, 2013 As a grad student, if you get a 20-hr. appointment, you get full health benefits, plus access to the medical facility on campus, which has just about everything a person could need.
Laid back, supportive culture
The pay isn't great, but it also comes with a tuition break, so it kinda evens out.
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