Student Researchers at University of Nebraska give their company a 3.9 out of 5.0, while the average rating for University of Nebraska is 4.1, making them 5% less happy than every other employee at University of Nebraska and 10% less happy than every other Student Researcher on CareerBliss - the happiest Student Researchers work for University of California.
"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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