"I've interned at Texas A&M transportation institute for 6 months. the company lives up to to their motto, saving lives,. learning is prioritized and I got to work with different departments and worked on multiple projects simultaneously."
"Texas A&M is a huge research school and I recommend it to anyone looking to do some innovative work for the future. I have been here since 2016 and I am soon the graduate. This company and University is a great place to get your feet wet when comes to engineering and technology."
"I have been working as a Teaching Assistant for a year. It was invaluable. I learnt a lot in my field of interest. My supervisor was incredibly supportive. The position requires high ethical values and I was responsible for careers of many students and I loved teaching them."
"I am very happy to be associated with TAMU for the last 10 years. The work environment is friendly and the quality of work is high."
"I have been working as an graduate research assistant at Texas A&M University since August 2018. I like everything here!"
"I worked at Texas A&M University as a undergraduate research student under the management of the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station. The management is good but limited pay."
"I started my Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at Texas A&M University in Jan 2016. My supervisor is Dr. Kamran Entesari, and the focus of my research is miniaturized ultra-wideband dielectric spectroscopy center."
"I have been a part of Texas A&M University since August 2017 and have been employed from October 2018 to May 2019 and have since then had a positive approach in the work I do because of the motivation and the belief they have on me. I excelled in maintaining transparent communication and showcased my skills to further elevate my growth here."
"Excellent institution with great academic talent and facilities. Supportive lab mates and professors. Great ambience and town to live in."
"I feel so luckly to be a student of TAMU. I've spent a very happy and fruitful 5 years of my phd program here."
"The university is an okay place to work"
"I worked with the nuclear engineering department at Texas A&M University in the summer of 2019. I was able to engage with the supervisor to develop an algorithm in Python to analyze raw, unfiltered, and filtered data collected from a particle accelerator for post processing. These experiments were conducted with an organic scintillator and then data were digitized to be used in ComPass and WaveDump applications"
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"the research environment is very good and the researchers here are very friendly as well."
"I began working at ARCHI in 2016 and enjoyed every minute of it. My boss and the leadership at ARCHI is outstanding and I appreciate all the opportunities provided to me at work. The hardest part of finding a new job in Houston, Texas is moving and leaving behind my friends and coworkers and the wonderful position I had at ARCHI."
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