Business Calculus Tutor (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – March 13, 2019
The greatest benefit about this position is that you are able to create your own schedule, which allows you to maintain a work/life balance. The hardest part of the job is determining each of your students' learning style and adapting your methods to provide an individual tutoring session.
Part- Time Student until November 15 (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – February 22, 2019
I was a student there. I spent the majority of my time studying and going to class. I was a BBA major and plan to finish as one. The professors there are very helpful and genuinely want students to learn the material.
I was an adjunct instructor at UTA. The pay is a flat rate per course, with no benefits. I kept track of my hours, and I calculated I made approximately 7$/hr. as an adjunct instructor. Adjunct work is exploitative. There is no job security. You put in a lot of hours creating a course, and receive little pay. The most rewarding aspect is the student-teacher interactions.
My eight years at UTA were a very positive experience. I was able to learn and grow at the university. I had great camaraderie with the other employees around me.
Wonderful insurance; camaraderie with faculty, staff, students; ability to communicate with others either directly, via email, or by phone; enjoyed course swapping, allocating, verifying insurance, affiliation agreements; etc.
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – February 4, 2019
Great place for science and research enthusiasts, many research programs are offered by the university, and alot of inventions are born there. Most professors are easy to work with and they will work around your class schedule.
The course for which I was appointed as Graduate Teaching Assistant, was the course, which I had previously taken and scored A. However, after I was appointed as GTA for the same course, I found my own growth in certain aspects of the same course. This was my most educational job at the college.
Generally research at UT Arlington is not so competitive and face-paced, my supervisor, however pushed a lot. I totally understood though because he was a fresh PI. He needed a lot of data and funding to secure his tenure.
Managing Master's degree school work and part time was never a difficult thing due to a very supportive team and supervisors at work. I was able to flexibly change my working hours based on my school work and still was able to give my best on both.
Graduate research assistant (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – December 26, 2018
in this job i had the chance to learn new definitions regarding pipelines, common defects and enhancement in Microsoft office skills , all of that beside a good discount for tuition paid in order of university of Texas at Arlington for seek of earning a master degree in civil engineering. However, no more experience is gained, my job basically is an assistance with a lot of responsibility on my shoulder.