Research Assistants at Purdue University give their company a 4.5 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Purdue University is 4.2, making them 7% happier than every other employee at Purdue University and 2% happier than every other Research Assistant on CareerBliss - the happiest Research Assistants work for University of Notre Dame.
"I started my work in 2017 as a research assistant at Purdue. The main work is to do the research in the lab, write the proposal , do the experiment. Working there for 4 years is fruitful, I am also very grateful that I met my supervisor and coworkers there"
"I worked as an undergraduate researcher for two years and as a graduate research for six years. Purdue University has always been a leading research organization in engineering and biology, and it is one of the most innovative campus in the world. I learnt so much from my mentors and peers."
"PhD student with a graduate research assistantship at Purdue. Purdue provided the ideal environment for conducting my PhD research with excellent mentorship, intellectual co-workers and a very competitive environment. I was able to make far more progress than I had anticipated courtesy excellent discussions and exchange of ideas with my fellow students."
"It's a great university. Their ECE program is awesome!"
"As a Master's student, I taught as a Graduate Laboratory Instructor at Purdue University for three semesters. As a research institute, my college also did well with a focus on it's undergraduate students. This position allowed me to grow in technical confidence, but also as a presenter and educator."
"I work for Purdue University as research assistant. I have chance to published paper and gain lots of projects experience"
"I have worked at Excelra Knowledge Solutions from Feb 2017 to May 2018. It is a good place to work with ample career growth."
"I have been carrying out projects in a tiny lab at Purdue University for five years. Working in this lab has gained tremendous experience in hardware and firmware development, research, and skill development. The supervisor and other co-workers are very helpful and kind regarding technical and academic training. Moreover, more other soft skills can also be extensively obtained from this lab in terms of critical thinking, problem-solving and analytical skills."
"I worked as an Undergraduate Research Assistant for over 6 months in two labs at Purdue University and had a great experience and was able to apply my engineering knowledge and skills and learn valuable experiences during that period."
"A good place to learn Engineering skills"
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