On average, employees at University of Texas give their company a 4.0 rating out of 5.0 - which is 5% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest University of Texas employees are Interns submitting an average rating of 4.9 and Graduate Teaching Assistants with a rating of 4.7.
"Pros: Involvement in health science research. Cons: Culture of inaccurately placed blame. Culture of dishonesty by professor and lab management. Creation of a poor research plan by professor. Frequent racist remarks by employees and professor. Refusal of professor to provide a recommendation, resulting in unemployment after the end of my time of employment."
"I worked as a student worker in UTD for two semesters under materials design and manufacturing processes."
"Great place! Learn a lot a lot from my position."
"The University of Texas at Arlington has been a great place to learn and develop my skills and leadership experience as I have been the graduate teaching assistant for the last two semesters. It has also given me a strong technical background in these respective areas."
"It's been 7 months I have been working as a GTA at UTA, and the work experience I am getting is more than what I expected."
"Graduate research worker at Idea Lab in the University of Texas at Dallas."
"I worked for this college as part-time, while aspiring for my B.S. in Computer Science. I am glad they gave me the opportunity to experience what it is to earn your money doing what you love. It has made a difference for me as a recent graduate, humbling me as a person, knowing that out there I have no name or GPA to back me up, just what I learned and how I intend to use this. In occasion there was some tension and mis-communication among my superiors, which made it hard, but it was a real-life experience thanks to it."
"I've worked at the University of Texas at Austin for 5 years as a graduate research assistant in Biomedical Engineering. The graduate stipend was fairly standard, and the environment in my laboratory was relaxed while still making large strides in the research field."
"I have been working here since September 2014 and I have had a very good experience working here."
"Great work place with talented and kind co-workers and advisers, but sometimes the pay is not that competitive, though it seems to be enough for a graduate student."
"OIS at University of Texas at San Antonio has given me the exposure to the security aspect of a network topology. Besides managing Active Directory, I also received opportunity to discuss various Python scripts with Identity Management team here. It is full of experienced professionals and an excellent place to work."
"I thinks my university is pretty good and I am willing to study here."
"Overall the institution is good to work at. Good benefits."
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