On average, employees at University of Tennessee give their company a 4.0 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest University of Tennessee employees are Graduate Research Assistants submitting an average rating of 4.6 and Research Assistants with a rating of 4.0.
"This is an awesome institution!"
"During the past three years at the University of Tennessee, I worked independently designing instruments and performing human subject research. All of this work was in the pursuit of a Ph.D. in biomechanics."
"My university offers a multidisciplinary research-level exposure to the student and experienced professionals who want to pursue a career in the research field."
"Working for CUIP has allowed me to explore just how useful my degree is. I've been able to meet so many people, and to explain to them just what it is that we do. Honestly, CUIP has helped me be more outgoing, and more confident in my abilities. The team work together cohesively, and there's always someone to answer any question you may run into. A great introduction to the greater work force, and I'm happy to have the opportunity to work here."
"My employer, the University of Tennessee, is awesome. They provide a wonderful environment in which to work. The atmosphere is so relaxing that you do not want to leave and go home; I can't say that about most other places I've worked. If you are looking for a lifelong career, you should seek employment with the University of Tennessee."
"I Interned for the University of Tennessee Medical center where I worked in the Information Systems Department. The hours were very flexible and the work environment was very laid bad. Seeing as though I was an Intern I made a small stipend."
"I would rather not write an extensive review."
"Good place to work in. My Supervisor was nice"
"A goal-driven research scientist with 10 year-experience in preclinical drug discovery. Enjoy participating in multi-disciplinary project teams through target identification and validation to drug candidate selection. Deeply understand pharmacological principles in drug discovery and development. Primary skills include protein biochemical and molecular biology. Proven ability to communicate and collaborate effectively across diverse groups. An energetic team player that is able to consistently solve problems."
"I've been a graduate student at the University of Tennessee for 6 years. I have learned much more than I originally thought that I would when I began my studies. In particular, I am very pleased with how easy it was to take courses outside my home department and work on interdisciplinary research problems."
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"Great university to work for, great atmosphere."
"The University of Tennessee at Knoxville has provided me with adequate resources to improve my skills and become a better chemist, data scientist, student, and employee. I have enjoyed my time here and wish to further implement the skills that I have obtained in an industrial setting."
"I have worked for UTHSC for 20 years."
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