Research Assistants at University of Houston give their company a 4.4 out of 5.0, while the average rating for University of Houston is 4.4, making them just as happy as every other employee at University of Houston and just as happy as every other Research Assistant on CareerBliss - the happiest Research Assistants work for University of Notre Dame.
"I am pursuing my Ph.D. degree at the University of Houston from August 2016 to now. I like my research and collaborate with my teammates and my advisor."
"Excellent experience at UHCl!"
"University of Houston is now a tier one institution, but it still needs to improve both in the skills of the instructors and the funding for researching, in the end the benefits to the students."
"It was a great experience working under a professor during the course of my graduation in cutting edge technology and learning various methods in how to solve a problem as well as discussion or brainstorming of various methods in which a certain problem can be solved."
"I've worked for smart material and structure lab in University of Houston since 2013. I learned a lot of things here, and get plenty help from my supervisor and co-worker. I like the work environment and atmosphere here."
"I have been a graduate student here at the University of Houston. My work has involved teaching recitations to undergraduate students. My experience has been very positive. I have in the process learnt a lot from the fellow research assistants and the professors."
"It is more of a learning community. I enjoy working here because of the hands on experience and exposure. My supervisor is also a nice person that works professionally and helps me to understand any issue that I am having."
"It was very good. My coworkers were friendly and helping. My professor was a really amazing person."
"A very up and down experience with minimal opportunity to develop."
What do you like about working at University of Houston?
"My co-workers, who were classmates of mine, sharing in the experience."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"Ask all of the questions that you feel the urge to, regardless of whether or not it seems appropriate to ask."
What don't you like about working at University of Houston?
"The clashing of faculty that effects us as students and workers."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Separate personal relationships from professional relationships, and don't allow for those relationships to effect the ones who work for you."
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