Csse120 Rose Hulman Homework

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Employee Reviews

Great Working Environment
Assistant Athletic Trainer (Former Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – January 3, 2018
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From the students, to the staff, to the faculty, everyone I encountered there was pleasant to work with. My life/work balance issues were more due to the type of position I held and would be the same anywhere you went just because of the type of job.
wonderful atmosphere usually , hgih level students
Administrative Manager (Current Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – May 28, 2017
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high level of studens, environment is usually very nice to be in. Faculty and staff treat each other with respect. hierarchy seems to be disconnected at times with being able to move the institute forward. Lack of faculty respect with leader
Flexible hours and respect of school schedule.
Boulder Wall Attendant (Former Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – April 3, 2017
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This job was a work study position and as such allowed me to balance work and school, while still being able to learn new skills. Management allowed for flexible hours that worked around my busy school schedule.
Rose-Hulman is a very unique place
Biomedical Lab technician (Current Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – January 16, 2017
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Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is a place where so many students interested in Engineering all go to study, and at the same time we all help each other out.
Football Coach (Current Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – January 7, 2017
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Very good school to work for. I enjoy the environment. Great people and students on campus here. Great school and community.
Wonderful, small undergraduate engineering university where students are well equipped to work hard
Undergraduate Student (Former Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – July 17, 2016
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A fantastic pure engineering and science undergraduate school with extremely supportive facilities, faculty, and staff who ensure students are prepared to work hard and study at an accelerated pace
house keeping in dorms on campus
Good first job experience as a caller
Student Ambassador at Phonathon (Former Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – July 13, 2016
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Working as a caller for Rose is my first job and I learnt a lot about how to communicate effectively. Also, the mentors were pretty friendly and helpful when I had questions.
REU Student (Former Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – April 27, 2016
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Over the course of eight weeks, I had an opportunity to perform research on the campus of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. The work environment was very professional, and each individual was respectful.
Typical day at work in the lab at Rose-Hulman
Student Assistant (Former Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – March 4, 2016
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Working at Rose-Hulman has taught me many things such as PCR, gel electrophoresis, cell culturing, making of broths and plates. We have three small labs at school, so all of us that work in the labs together. This taught us to work together and to share the limited resources in the lab. I learned to work around others and to schedule my time to limit space conflicts with my co-workers. Overall, the experience was beneficial for me because it gave me the time to work with others and to work on my own.
Amazing school, student affairs was the highlight of my time
Resident Assistant (RA) (Former Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – August 5, 2015
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Rose-Hulman provided me with an amazing education, while Student Affairs gave me a chance to be a part of campus living. Though it was difficult to work my way through school, I did not work in residence life for the money. Student Affairs staff taught me to become a leader wherever I go and how to manage my time to get all of the homework and studying completed.
Making countless close friends
Good place to work, be prepared to work very hard.
Assistant Machinist (Former Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – April 22, 2015
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I was just a student worker, so I did unskilled manual labor, so pay was poor. The job started at 7 AM and lasts until 4 PM. If you are a student worker on a year they did not hire enough student workers, you will work much harder for the same pay. I learned basic welding and improved my project visualization skills. Management was excellent up until the last month or so when there was a shake up and managers made a complete change in there general attitude. Coworkers where friendly, but where more skilled than I was and let me know it! The hardest part of the job was the physical demand combined with the mental strain that comes from knowing you make less than half of everyone else. Honestly I did not enjoy the work.
You take home no work, Work with hands, 2 paid breaks a day as well as paid lunch
Short breaks/Lunch must remain on campus, Exhausting work if you're unskilled labor
A great place for aquiring an Engineering Degree
CSSE-120 Teachers Assistant (Current Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – February 15, 2015
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A perfect place to become an engineer. The atmosphere is what all schools should be like.

At times the classes I need to help will be going on after my own are over and I can't leave early on breaks.
I"m learning and helping at the same time.
None that I can think of.
Assistant Laboratory Technician (Current Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – December 15, 2014
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The staff is awesome as well as the faculty.

Working alongside other students, you get to know each other well and have fun during your shift. The staff are supportive of our work and allow plenty of time for us to see professors when we need to.
Learn new skills, Good work environment
Administration can be shortsighted
Very, very productive environment
Research Intern (Former Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – October 24, 2014
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One of the best internships that I've been on. Very productive environment. Very good people.
Awesome school, great faculty
Assistant Lab Technician (Current Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – October 11, 2014
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I work with students and faculty to set up labs and tutor basic engineering skills.
Fast-paced collaborative environment
Chemistry Stockroom Assistant (Former Employee) –  Terre Haute, IN – June 29, 2014
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My typical day would be spent in the laboratory running experiments, but I learned a lot about experimental design and data interpretation. I always had very good management, and my performance expectations were always very clear. Most of my co-workers were easy to get along with and didn't cause any loss of productivity.

The hardest part of the job was getting everything done on time.
However, the job was very rewarding because I was learning something new every single day.

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology - Saori Nemoto, a third year student (during the program) / undergraduate

<This English report is written by the student>

I went to Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (RHIT) for 6 months as one of exchange student. There are two reason why I decided to go to RHIT. The first reason is related with my study thema which is about how to improve Japanese people's English pronunciation. I wanted to do experiment in America. Because I thought I need native speaker's opinion. The second reason is I wanted to learn foreign culture. RHIT is a great place to learn foreign culture, because there are many students who comes from various country such as China, Brazil, Swedish and so on.

I had been at RHIT two quarter which is fall and winter, and I took three courses in each quarter. In fall quarter, I took CSSE120, Japanese culture and college English. Each course had many homework everyday. For example, in college English course, I had to do interview with native American about halloween event. Also each course had group project end of quarter. In CSSE120 course, I wrote Python program with my partner to move robot for two weeks. I think the most different studying style is group work. It was hard for me to communicate each other. However, most rose students were nice to me. They helped me a lot. I also used learning center a lot. There were some students who could teach specific course, and they helped my homework. RHIT has buddy program for exchange students. They helps our study and life many times. My buddy was same major with me. So I studied with my buddy every week.

I had many good opportunity to learn foreign culture at RHIT. Because it was a beginning of school year, there are many traditional American culture event such as bonfire. And RHIT had so many events every weekend. They were great place to make friends. I joined freshman orientation at beginning of fall quarter. I could make many friends. I learned that making friends is really important to success college life. Without my friend's supports, I could not spent such awesome time. I got great chance to learn English harder which is part time job. As my part time job, I translate some interview audio into Japanese.

I also hanged out with many friends a lot. I joined the short exchange program when I was junior student. At that time, I could not talk with foreign people a lot. I tried to be aggressive in talking with many people in this time. There was no problem to make friends even I had not been good at speak English. All my friends let me practice my English.

Through this exchange program, I could enjoyed whole time at RHIT. I learned many things such as high programming skill, English language, foreign culture and importance of having friends. Everything was fresh and great for my life what happened at RHIT. Every good time and hard time are precious memories. I am sure that those experiences will makes me more confident and helps my future. Lastly, I am grateful to all the people who supported me in Japan and I have met at RHIT.

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