Visiting Research Assistant Professor (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – 11 April 2017
High quality university in the heart of Little Italy in Chicago.Great faculty and student mix on two campuses separated by Little Italy. Easy Metra ride from either of major train stations in Chicago loop.
Writing Center Tutor (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – 11 April 2017
The staff is very encouraging and hands-on. They help guide you so that you can do better each day. If I ever had a problem I felt no hesitation to ask anyone a question -- great atmosphere. I enjoyed helping students with their writing pieces (resumes, cover letters, essays, speeches, and other pieces of writing).
Tutor (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – 5 April 2017
I tutored at the Math and Science Learning Center. The workplace is very pleasant, where other students come for help. The workplace taught me to be patient and understand. Also, it helped me further boost my knowledge in Math and Statistics. The place is managed by a director, who keeps track of time and working hours. The hardest part of the job is when students come for help that is completely unrelated to what you know. The most enjoyable part is interacting with fellow students and looking at problems from their perspective.
Graduate Assistant (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – 30 March 2017
Typical day would involve helping out people with the problems that would come up with desktops, laptops and presentation/conference setups. This includes installing OS, essential software, resolving connectivity problems, setting up printers etc. The helpdesk also maintains the inventory of systems and services them when needed.
Graduate Assistant, DHD - UIC (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – 30 March 2017
I worked as a graduate assistant at the Applied Health Sciences College - Department of Disability and Human Development. I learnt a lot about windows administration. My manager is a very practical and straightforward person. I enjoyed working in the department.
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – 7 March 2017
Good University with waiver options. Its a university with good infrastructure and highly qualified faculties. Fees are bit higher but at the same time students get paid well if they get an on campus job
Postdoc, Professor Guido F. Pauli Group (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – 23 February 2017
College of pharmacy is a good research and teaching school, which can train Ph.D. and PharmD students. It is not far away from downtown Chicago and right next to pink line station, which makes your life more exciting.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – 26 January 2017
As a research assistant, I mostly do my work at my own time, at my own pace which is nice. My professor is really nice and understanding so if I can't meet my quota for the week she understands. The study I am doing is very diverse and interesting.
Simulation (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – 29 December 2016
The state of IL owes the university money, so raises are scarce. The pay for my position was awful, and I had to work a second job. No one makes what they should. The cost for parking is awful as well. Almost $100 a month on poor pay.
Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – 1 November 2016
I am usually in the office at scheduled hours to assist students in understanding the concepts related to the course. It gives me immense pleasure when I can share my knowledge with my fellow students. The work place arranged by the University is excellent, making it a classroom environment.