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Teaching experience and a chance to try university teaching without having to be a professor.

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Well they did not explain the correct job to me, I am doing so much more than I have ever done for 400 plus people.

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Interview for the position
Meet with the other people you work with
The manager discusses what day to day activities are
then you can start working events

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They are okay, but they are not flexible in my department.

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It was great. Excellent learning environment and people.

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Employees may take 3 free courses per academic year. Spouses may qualify for a fee reduction, but no tuition reduction. A few scholarships are available to employee's children, but there is no automatic reduction in either tuition or fees for employee's children. Being related to an employee does not oficially increase your chances of admission.

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Have degrees from well known universities and have traveled with educational learning experiences

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Pay is not what I would like it to be, but the location is great and it's great to be at a place where diversity and improvement are at the forefront, at least where I work

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Concerned but not just with this university. The script has to change with the culture.

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Four to five hours

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