"I've been working here for the last couple of months and enjoy it quite a lot. The technology is a little dated, but the people and benefits are great."
"As a Research Assistant/Ph.D. student, I've received a good support from Indiana University."
"It's a great company to work for. Plenty of flexibility as to what I an do"
"Having worked as an AI at Indiana University gave me great experience in teaching and improved my skills in expressing myself. Almost all the professors at IU are helpful and well experienced in what they do. 10/10 would join again."
"I've worked for Indiana University South Bend as a finical and administrative intern. This job gave me insight on how exactly bigger companies operate and that it had over 5,000 employees and treated each one like they mattered."
"Have been working with Indiana University since 2016, it's been a good experience so far."
"Awesome place to work and have fun."
"I've only worked here for a short amount of time, however, they have taken me in and made me feel like family. They gave me the opportunity to advance my career and I would recommend them to anybody!"
"Rooming patients, phone triage, surgery scheduling, office procedures"
"The ability to work in a trusting environment with the support of supervisors. Allow you to work on your own as needed, and trust the quality of work that you produce. With that, supervisors are constantly available to help if needed."
"Working as a stacks assistant meant having to work by yourself for long hours. It is a job that requres you to be truthful and hardworking since there will largely not be anyone around to make sure you do your work."
"Great place to work! This work gave me an understanding of how to evaluate investment decisions not only on performance but also considering the timeline and overall strategy. I mastered the ability to communicate in a way that gets the important fact across in a clear and concise manner, a skill I shaped while preparing reports for the Board of Directors."
"I have been working for the School of Health and Human Sciences of Indiana University Indianapolis. I have learned a lot about interactive robotics and implementing different aspects of engineering to integrate and develop assistive medical devices for the Physical Therapy Department on the Project (Quantifiable Soft Tissue Manipulation)."
"I've been an associate instructor for 6 months and I find it interesting and as an opportunity to learn better as I need to teach students based on my understanding."
"I've worked for Indiana University as Research Assistant. It's a great time for me. The company (University) provides the proper software for studying and researching. Every employee is happy to work there."
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