On average, employees at University of Wisconsin give their company a 4.3 rating out of 5.0 - which is 12% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest University of Wisconsin employees are Research Assistants submitting an average rating of 4.6.
"I was a grad student at UW-Madison from 2013-2018. I was able to do amazing cutting-edge research in my lab, and enjoyed the wild science discussions with my co-workers."
"I graduated from UW Platteville May 2019, but I have been able to work as a design consultant with the board of regents and promote the innovation design at science conventions."
"I worked from November 2017 to May 2019."
"Great school, reasonable tuition, and good reputation"
"I worked for Letter and Science IT, at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee as a Desktop technician from November 2017 to May 2019. I learned a lot on the job. It was my first experience in American work culture. I was appreciated for my hard work and was moved up to Level 2 Technician and then promoted to MAC Technician from the Windows side. My supervisors were really helpful and taught me a lot, not just professionally but also personally."
"Madison is in the Top 10 best cities for living. I have never seen so many good hospitals in one city before. Good benefit. The University system is very convenient."
"Everything seems to be alright."
"Great place to work with a lot of interesting people. I liked the cross-disciple nature of this environment and Tea at Three!"
"I haven't been happy with the workplace."
"I have been working on many start-up projects. Currently I am the in-charge of report generations, website contents and data analysis with data representation. Works well with/without dead lines."
"I enjoyed working for the University because it was such a friendly environment."
"UW-Milwaukee is a great place to start your academic work."
"Great place to learn and grow! They take you in at a young age and teach you all of the skills you need to further your education and gain valuable work experience."
"I am a research assistant. The most recent project that I finished is to identify feasibility of driver dual values from operational dispatch system to make decisions regarding driver schedules."
"I've worked for the University of Wisconsin - Madison as a student web developer for three years. UW-Madison offers a rich, fun culture, great working environments, and the opportunity to work with world-class academics and researchers. But, there is a high-degree of bureaucracy and little opportunity for advancement."
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