"I've worked at the University of Michigan as a Graduate Student Research Assistant at the micro systems lab. I've found the job to be challenging yet satisfying. It's opened up doors for collaboration with multiple research groups working at the frontiers of technology in engineering and medical fields. Colleagues and professors are exceptionally motivated about their work and will take time out to help you. I'd suggest the workplace to a friend."
"Nice people to work with; management is not as concerned with resolving issues and productivity as it is with protecting turf. Poor top down communications. Lacks necessary IT leadership to communicate goals and then take necessary action."
"It's an academic setting. Good benefits, great vacation time. Old building. I'm the only developer in a biological lab, so there are few people to interact with and get help from."
"I have been working for University of Michigan since 2012. Flexibility and creative environment are two strong points of working here."
"I have worked at the Institute for Social Research for about a year now. Long story short, it's a great place to work if you're a Microsoft dev. However, if you mostly do open-source or dedicated web dev, you are going to have a bad time. There is also a resistance to using any new technology since it needs to be vetted through both the University's IT department, as well as the Institutes IT department, who both have very different guidelines."
"It was a great place to work while in undergrad. Research is the best use of your time as a student."
"I've been working for a part-time job as a student, and the experience was really cool!"
"Overall, I had a good experience working at UM-Medical School. I wish they had better workplace setting."
"UofM Healthcare is a great place to work. The people are great and they are on the leading edge of technology."
"I have worked here since January 2013 and started as a trainee and have advanced to help desk assistant. Everyone is very supportive and very friendly."
"I am a graduate student in School of Information, University of Michigan. I have learned a lot practical skills in HCI here. I am satisfied with my life in Ann Arbor. I have improved a lot during the last year's study."
"Excellent facility and staff."
"I work at the University of Michigan in the School of Kinesiology. The environment and the overall culture there provides a great atmosphere for collaboration and productive scientific achievement."
"The University of Michigan is a wonderful employer and I expect I will continue to my work relationship in some capacity, even if part time as I am now. I suspect it will always be one of our country's premiere institutions."
"I did this job while I was a student, it really taught me a lot."
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