"I worked for the professor in University of Minnesota as a graduate student research assistant for 5 years. The overall academic environment is nice, easy assess to biomedical library, pubmed and research equipment. We like to collaborate with both lab members in the same lab and also explore the resource in the other lab."
"Working as a research assistant is a tough and under compensated job. It is an exercise in delaying gratification. However, the work environment is hard to beat, the co workers are fun, and it is, by design, a temporary position. I would recommend the U of M to any graduate student for its excellent campus and resources available."
"Working in a research laboratory is interesting, fun and stimulating. And working for the University of Minnesota is a really fantastic experience with great health benefits, discounts on classes, and access to world-class gyms and recreational centers. But, expect to be paid much lower than any equivalent position in a non-academic setting."
"Great co-worker and nice mentor there."
"I am working at University of Minnesota as Research Assistant. It is a great university."
"I worked in School of Dentistry, UMN for 3 months. My supervisor and my colleges are very nice. The projects are interesting and I learned a lot. I was able to make recommendations on their financial performances."
"The University of Minnesota work environment is very good, people feel proud to be supportive to their employees in a professional front, I have good opportunities to show my talent."
"I've worked at the University of Minnesota Duluth Technology program for over 2 years and absolutely loved it!"
"I've worked at University of Minnesota as a TA. Overall this is an amazing university and the working environment is good."
"Great place to work, with great people to work with. There was a lot of freedom to try and help the university campus expand, and improve."
"I've worked as a teaching assistant for the University of Minnesota for 2 years. These years bring me a good experience with managing human conflicts and give me experience with some fundamental aspects of computer science, since I taught C/C++, software design and operating systems courses."
"Thanks, ok great. No problem."
"I'm a student, so this is what I expect. No body sets out to be a student for life, it's one of those things you have to pay your dues and move on to the next phase of life."
"Working as a Technical Assistant (student worker) was a good experience but could have been improved with better training and a little more work on the supervising section."
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