On average, employees in Columbia, MO at University of Missouri give their company a 3.5 rating out of 5.0 based on 46, whereas overall Average Rating of University of Missouri is 0.0 out of 5.0 based on 0 University of Missouri Review Ratings. The happiest University of Missouri employees in Columbia, MO are Research Assistants submitting an average rating of 4.5 and Anonymous Employees with a rating of 4.2.
"Working as a graduate student is not worth it. You are underpaid for the work you do, and ultimately your work serves to benefit your advisors and the university more than it does yourself or anyone else. I would not recommend that anyone go to graduate school."
"The research division of the college of arts and sciences at the University of Missouri Columbia was a good experience overall, with a high degree of professionalism and good management."
"I have worked at University of Missouri - Animal Science Research Center. It had lot of research experts and there are lot of opportunities to gain and enhance skills and keep up to date to recent innovations."
"Mizzou is a very good university and people there are dedicated to research and very easy-going."
"It's a friendly environment working place."
"I found the company to have poor planning skills and is uncaring towards its students."
"It is a good place to work while in College to gain some experience in different fields and things that could apply to your job in the future."
"I have worked for University of Missouri for 8 years, and it has been great working with researchers, students, and scientists."
"Academic freedom to do research. The supervisor relation is good."
"I am a graduate research assistant at the University of Missouri."
"PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY • Dynamic and visionary team player with strong scientific skills, having 6 years of research-academic experience in nanotechnology, pharmaceutics and cancer biology. Possess scientific expertise to enable new product development and management. • Strong interpersonal skills with vast experience in multi-disciplinary research and teaching. Excellent relationship builder with advanced skills in biological and nanomaterial’s systems as evidenced by the recent discovery of Green Nanotechnology based polyphenols nanoparticles for cancer and immunotherapy. • Established global collaborative partnerships with professors and clinicians across the universities and hospitals. Evidenced by 4 invention disclosures, and several publications in reputed journals."
"I enjoy working for the University - the particular job I'm in isn't ideal for me, but in general the University is a great employer."
"The Assessment Resource Center is an excellent place to work. The people are great and the technology is excellent. As part of the University of Missouri, the benefits are good, but the pay is generally lower than what you could expect elsewhere. If you're looking for a graduate degree and want help, this is a good place."
"Great place to work. Had a great experience with my co-workers. They helped me become a better programmer."
"I have worked at the University of Missouri for a year. It was an exceptional learning experience for me."
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