North Dakota State University Careers and Employment
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North Dakota State University is where nearly 13,000 students experience opportunities to grow, contribute and prepare for fulfilling careers.
NDSU is the converging point for smart and curious minds from all over the world. Together, scientists, athletes, entrepreneurs, inventors and artists take on a world poised for breakthroughs. Our students, faculty and staff are finding answers to question that have yet to be asked.
Here the journey matters as much as achievement and even the smallest ideas can lead to opportunities.
NDSU is located in Fargo, North Dakota, the state’s largest city and one of the largest metropolitan areas between Minneapolis and Seattle. Fargo-Moorhead is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live, with small town comforts meeting big city excitement and opportunities.
Fargo-Moorhead takes pride in the university and its students. You’ll find NDSU alumni working in virtually every company and organization in the community. You’ll notice many campus partnerships with local businesses. And you will see people wearing NDSU gear nearly everywhere you go.
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productive and a great place to work. exposes you to new learnings excellent employer-employee relationship renumeration is good meeting new people of different culture
I worked here a while back and enjoyed my position. Staff and members were friendly and I had good flexibility with my schedule. It was a part time, student position so pay was limited, but not bad.
excellent research university. There are a ton of funding options available for international graduate students. Lots of on-campus jobs for everyone.
What is the best part of working at the company? Some flexibility with schedule. Good benefits What is the most stressful part about working at the company? I struggle with the culture in academia. It's more competitive and less collaborative. You are always asked to look at things through the lens of "what is best to get promoted."
It is not a large university but it's education and academic level is rising, now good rank in national research university. Their faculty and staff are very nice. It has excellent workplace culture.
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