Research Scientist (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – December 15, 2018
Most of the faculties and staff are very nice; It is a great place to conduct academic research; Work time is flexible; I commute a lot between two campuses, which is a little bit inconvenient. Overall, UT Austin is an awesome work place.
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – December 9, 2018
I worked on tight-gas well stimulation and simulation: conducted experiments to measure proppant transport, updated proppant transport model, and proposed a new fracturing technique: Reverse Hybrid-Fracs. I also conducted experiments to identify surfactants that would change water-wetness of reservoir cores and could be used to improve gas production or gas storage.
The University of Texas at Austin has a great community work environment. Everyone pulls together to support the mission of the University of providing opportunities to change the world and create a better tomorrow.
Field Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – November 9, 2018
I worked at UT for a research gig in the Ecuadorian Amazon and it was so awesome!! Could not say enough great things about this program I absolutely loved my time there and the data analysis of it all. Highly recommend to anyone
I was a teaching assistant for four semesters in a liberal arts department. The experience will largely depend on the professors you work with and the health of the department. Obviously, UT-Austin is a huge university and a great campus to spend some time.
I did not actually work here, I just performed research as an undergraduate. Research in of itself is very stressful, but this college provides a lot of opportunities for students. Would highly recommend if you are interested in research as a career.
-Worked with staff preparing for student programs. -Learned new software and processes for completion of tasks in the requirements of my jobs. -Management was usually helpful and provided good challenges and training. -Workplace culture was good. I enjoyed working with other staff, teachers, and students. -Hardest part of job was understanding how to please certain management in final job at UT. -Most enjoyable part of the job was being part of an active, intelligent, campus life and learning the aspects of the jobs there.