"I was working for Clinical Research Office, Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University, Chicago, IL. I was reporting to an Independent Data Monitoring Committee (DMC)."
"I worked for Northwestern University as a network engineer while going to complete my network+ and security+ certifications, it was challenging but I set up for the exciting work I did for the university, in which I was able to complete the project in a timely matter and under budget."
"Northwestern is a nice place."
"Awesome place to study."
"Northwestern is a great place to study and work. Nice environment and friendly people."
"Good company, a lot of good researchers there."
"I worked as a research assistant to develop a website for their department of communication and disorders. They were really helpful to me and provided me with every resource I asked for and gave me the flexibility of time to work on my time and my pace. They had very specific requirement and they pushed me to my limit to achieve those requirements and at the end I feel that I learned a lot by pushing myself to the limit."
"Oct 2013 Dec 2013. Assisted graduate (in Analytics) students to understand object oriented concepts through java. Clarified their doubts and taught them to trace and debug code snippets in java. Helped them to outline their projects and code efficiently using Eclipse IDE."
"Northwestern University is certainly a well known and respected institution. Being a university, business can be quite confusing at times due to the environment which is quite eclectic. I believe a lack of cohesive enterprise goal making can cause confusion and lack of career opportunities for non-faculty personnel."
"No complaints for Northwestern University, it's an awesome place to work."
"I am working as a postdoc and developer in one spin-off. Which means half of the standard salary with respect to a standard start-up, with the same stress, and the bureaucracy of the academia. Plus, my employer has no shame to exploit J1/H1 slavery. We are constantly blackmailed to work more than 70 hrs per week under the menace of not having our visa renewed. Stay away."
"Northwestern Medical is a growing company, not very open work environment. They need to provide a more flexible work environment."
"I would say it's just so-so to have a mean BOSS."
"Great employer to work for. I have learned a lot while at NU."
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