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Professor in Kelowna
on 15 June 2021
administration is brutalIncreasingly resources are being devoted to administration (new hires and salaries) and not faculty and student initiatives. Administration is not fair.
Research Assistant in Kelowna
on 18 March 2021
great placelove it a lot, met a lot of amazing people as a research assistant. also appreciate the fact that I was able to gain experience in a world-renowned institution.
UBC Aquatic Sports Instructor in UBC Aquatic centre
on 12 May 2020
Very good atmosphere to work at. All my coworkers are all super nice and welcoming like a family.I work as a coach for the adult swim club and I also teach private lessons to children. I enjoy teaching basic swimming skills to those who are still learning and would otherwise not know what they are doing. The atmosphere around the pool deck is unlike anything I have ever experienced.
Graduate Research Assistant & Teaching Assistant in Vancouver, BC
on 3 March 2020
Flexible work environmentUBC is a great place to work at. Flexible working schedules and open minded working culture. I recommend others to try working there. Hard part is there is limited wellness checks as folks are always busy
Electrical Engineer in MacLeod
on 1 February 2020
very good experienceLearn how to program in hardware language such as Verilog. Intensive group work experience. Design robots and automatic machines. Analyze and build circuits.
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