"The NIMBUS Lab at UNL was a terrific experience with great research, supportive advisers and a wonderful team."
"I have worked for University of Nebraska at Omaha, in IT department for 2 and half years. 2 years as a web developer and half year as a multimedia manager in the same office. I really enjoyed working there. It is a total learn-and-experience environment work place. If you have any trouble solving any cases or projects, you can always ask your co-worker and also the boss. They are extremely helpful."
"Wonderful research institute, good people around and awesome facility."
"The University gave me good experience, but the compensation is minimal."
"I have worked as a Graduate Assistant in UNO for about 2 years now and it's been good. But, some professors are not helpful at all."
"I worked under professor Soh Leen Kiat and he taught me a lot and that improved my writing and reading skills."
"I worked for the Department of Biological Systems Engineering as a Graduate Research Assistant for 2 years and I really enjoyed it. Coworkers were very collaborative, professors were very helpful, the staff is incredible, polite. Great resources for research and study. Excellent department and excellent University!"
"I worked for University of Nebraska Press for two years, first as an intern before I was hired full time. Not being a former student at the University of Nebraska I always felt like an outsider in my department. On the flip side, University of Nebraska Press is a wonderful university press and I had the opportunity to work with many great writers."
"The University of Nebraska College of Journalism and Mass Communications is an awesome place to work. This is by far and away the best job I've ever had."
"UNL is a great college to pursue academics. In addition to basic courses and research, UNL provides a great deal of exposure to seminars, workshops, etc. that add value to the education."
"Worked for 2 professors, developed website for a graduate chair professor and published paper with another professor."
"In this position I entered data to library computer system, copied and cataloged government documents, processed books to prepare for public use, and entered newspapers into system and filed them into shelves."
"Good experience, good people, good environment and great football team."
"It was a wonderful experience in introductory microbiology work."
What do you like about working at University of Nebraska?
"I enjoyed the autonomy afforded to me. I did not have a set schedule but was trusted enough by my PI to know when I had work to do & was always trusted to perform my test runs on time."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"I would say to be honest. If you are willing to put in the hours to complete a test run, let the Prof. you are interviewing with know that. It is quite a bit of work, and more waiting, but it is worth it to see your results go toward a published paper!"
What don't you like about working at University of Nebraska?
"I was limited in the number of hours I could work per week, which crimped some of my progress. I could come in after-hours and work, which I did, but was not compensated for some of my hours. I also did not like that we had to move our lab equipment due to renovations being completed on one of the buildings. Due to this, one of my projects was delayed."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Take off the hour restrictions on student research. Also, I would like to have had a better study to base my research on (we were not sure if some of the results were fabricated). Everything else was amazing!"
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