What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at University of Missouri?
Share information about your teaching philosophy and approach to supporting students.
I is a diverse culture, the work environment is friendly and laid back for the most part. the work gets done but it doesn't make a person feel stressed out or rushed. The crowd is friendly and courteous
it is a fun place to work.
They hold a new student day for prospective graduate students wherein they can attend classes taught by the grad students and tour the campus.
Expect to work very hard. On top of a full course load of graduate seminars and papers, you will also have a full teaching load, two classes of approximately twenty students. Additionally, because the pay is not enough to live on, many people are forced to get a second source of income or take on a roommate
If you were in charge, what would you do to make University of Missouri a better place to work?
Deep diversity and inclusion classes for all. Giving appraisals according to one’s work instead of if I’m liked or not by management. Respect for all. The four core should be installed by each person of the university
What advice would you give the CEO of University of Missouri about how to improve it?
Some office managers fix employees time when that employee takes off a lot. When there is a high turnover in a department, find out why. Do exit interview’s, you may learn something.