On average, employees at University of Cincinnati give their company a 4.2 rating out of 5.0 - which is 10% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest University of Cincinnati employees are Research Assistants submitting an average rating of 4.6 and Research Associates with a rating of 4.4.
"Over the last 1 year, I have been working as research assistant at UC Simulation Center - a collaborative effort between UC and Procter and Gamble (P&G). During this time, I have had the opportunity to work on various R&D related modeling and simulation projects for P&G. These projects involved design and process optimization using finite element and discrete element modeling. This experience introduced me to corporate research where research and development are practiced towards product development – a unique experience for students."
"I have been a graduated assistant when I started my master program. During the job time, I assisted the class for my professor and also participated the web design project for Children's Hospital."
"I've worked for daap as a Graduated Assistant for almost two years. I participated the Sickle Cell Trait website for Cincinnati Children's Hospital and now currently for the Boeing project."
"I have worked as a graduate assistant at University of Cincinnati for almost two years. I can touch the real world projects, and applying what I have learnt to these projects can make me have a better understanding of the future work."
"I have worked as a Research Assistant in BioMicroSyatems lab for 3 years now. I have learnt and acquired many skills during my time here, such as Cleanroom skills, photolithopgraphy, Microfabrication, etc. The work environment is really good and our supervisor gives us the flexibility to work in our own pace which does not put us through a lot of stress."
"Worked for the University for a little over a year. Pay was incredibly low for a given position, but very little was expected from employees. Good spring board to a real job."
"the work environment was very flexible and there was a lot of room to grow. I learned many new skills involved in BI analysis due to the high level of flexibility and willingness to try new things."
"I have worked in Reed Gallery as a part of graduate assistant duty. It is really a good position for student majoring Fine Art."
"It varies department to department. My department was arguably the best at the university. The employees were excellent and wanted to be there, doing the work they did. I was protected from the overhanging university bureaucracy and allowed to do my job to the best of my ability. I was able to be part of a team where my skills were a good complement."
"I have worked for the University of Cincinnati for 9 years. The professional environment varies from department to department, like in any big organization. I have been fortunate to work with one of the best departments within the organization. It is extraordinarily professional with commitment to excellent service, teaching, and research. The people are the best, most professional, and most helpful."
"Two years of in-depth experience in data mining, machine learning, and bioinformatics, with extensive applications on large-scale datasets in the domains of biology, insurance, finance, and social media. Specialized in data preparation (e.g. feature selection), predictive modeling, statistical analysis, and text mining."
"I've worked for UC a little more over two years. University of CincinnatI is one of the best places to work. If my government funding had not ended, I would have stayed there for many years to come."
"I've worked here for 2+ years. The directors have been very accommodating and helpful with their advises."
"A typical graduate student experience"
What do you like about working at University of Cincinnati?
"The exposure to new ideas and the freedom to try anything, good to pursue research."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"Since it is basically an academic institution, your resume should demonstrate strong teaching skills."
What don't you like about working at University of Cincinnati?
"Some schools are not involved actively with the industry to provide training opportunities for the students."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"To invest more in attracting new researches. To keep open channels with companies."
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