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Research Associate

University of Colorado Denver, CO

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CIRES/PSD Research Associate

University of Colorado Denver, CO

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13 days ago

NCWIT Research Associate

University of Colorado Denver, CO

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9 days ago

Research Associate: Experimental Biophysics

University of Colorado Denver, CO

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9 days ago

Research Associate- Part-time

University of Colorado Denver, CO

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30+ days ago

Research Associate - Atmospheric Electricity

University of Colorado Denver, CO

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30+ days ago

Sr. Research Associate

University of Colorado Denver, CO

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30+ days ago

CIRES/CSD Atmospheric Research Associate

University of Colorado Denver, CO

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3 days ago

Research Associate Theoretical Bio-Magnetism – new

University of Colorado Denver, CO

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30+ days ago

Research Associate in Condensed Matter Theory

University of Colorado Denver, CO

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Colorado Springs, CO
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    I have been working at University of Colorado full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Working with students is a great experience. They love to learn and are eager to assist with daily tasks.

    Cons

    Although it is great that the campus is growing, the staff is not. Upper management piles on more and more work to the same amount of staff and expects excellent results from an extremely overworked and extremely underpaid staff.

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    Management needs to start caring about the staff that works at the University. You need to keep people to run a growing University.