Supervising librarian (Former Employee) – Off Site – March 17, 2016
I served as a teacher supervisor for the library media certification program at Wichita State University. This entailed completing paperwork, overseeing students teaching progress and evaluating their performance over a number of weeks.
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Wichita, KS – February 16, 2015
Very friendly staffs and a learning environment. Management is really great to make the things productive. The co-workers are really helpful and helped a lot to do my job better. Haven't found any downsides in the job yet. I am really happy working here.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Wichita, Kansas – February 14, 2015
Contributed to long and short term research projects providing detail documentation and support to other researchers. Gathered and qualified source materials pertinent to research projects. Published several academic research papers, ground breaking research in modeling ionic liquid complexes and their potential uses. Investigated and resolved issues regarding research
A typical day at work is an up beat fast paced environment that is constantly focusing on providing the best customer service for out students. The management is understanding and is always trying to innovate and improve.
As with most any workplace, there are a variety of personalities and work ethics amongst my co-workers, but we do what we need to get the work done in a professional & timely manner. This also applies to the management. A typical day for me starts at least a half hour before the actual clock-in time. I use this period to go over emails, check voice mail, get my computer, printers, and other assorted equipment up and running, and take care of anything else so that I may be at my desk to begin working by the appointed hour. In my position, I know what needs to be taken care of, how to accomplish the tasks, and which items are of most importance, thus I am capable of working independently. From the start of the day I perform a variety of responsibilities, some of which involve assisting other areas with their work loads. I feel the hardest part of my job can be the "language" barrier when it comes to technical terms. As for the most enjoyable part of my job, I truly enjoy all the events and activities available to university employees and the community. The atmosphere on campus after a win at the big game, or hearing the beautiful strains of a composition from an accomplished musician can be such an uplifting experience. After 19 years, I have learned many life lessons as well as gaining professional knowledge. I have acquired an understanding of computers and assorted office equipment, while conquering my fear of the unknown. I have made good friends, and said goodbye to a few of them. I have learned that changes are inevitable, and if you fight them, it only makes things harder.more... But, if you embrace the challenge of learning different things, a new and exciting world can be opened up to you.less
The management of the location i worked at was very conductive, always providing working schedules that fit all the need of the employers. The co-workers were very friendly and always willing to clear any doubts that you had. The job was very enjoyable as i could meet new people on a job to job basis.
Wichita State University is best place to work and study
Instructor and Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Wichita, KS – August 28, 2014
I have worked on the research projects through university I had an opportunity to teach a class of 90 students This university has helped me to work on multiple activities at the same time University had given me opportunity to work on ABET documentation report