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EPPR Research Analyst, Population Estimate Program

University of Massachusetts Shrewsbury, MA

The Economic and Public Policy Research group (EPPR) conducts a range of customized economic and demographic data analysis and policy studies on… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Research Analyst, Economic and Public Policy Research

University of Massachusetts Shrewsbury, MA

The University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Research Analyst in the Institute's Economic… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Research Analyst, Applied Research and Program Evaluation – new

University of Massachusetts Shrewsbury, MA

¬∑Collaborate and communicate with clients in a proactive and a responsive manner. ¬∑Collaborate with the project team to develop and adhere to… Glassdoor


3 days ago

IRB ANALYST

University of Massachusetts Amherst, MA

Compliance. The IRB Analyst has direct responsibility for assisting campus researchers in preparing human subject… Glassdoor


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Robert L. Caret
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    Graduate teaching associate

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    Former Employee - Teaching Associate  in  Amherst, MA
    Former Employee - Teaching Associate in Amherst, MA

    I worked at University of Massachusetts part-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Good opportunity to develop teaching skills

    Cons

    Poor department support for professional development

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Consider a graduate-school wide initiative to expand professional training, not only for an academic career but also for the increasingly common non-academic paths pursued by recent Ph.D.s

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