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Family Nurse Practitioner- Care Management

Yale University Pella, IA +2 locations

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Manager 2, Administrative Services

Yale University Worcester, MA

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8 days ago

Development Communications Associate

Yale University Pella, IA

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30+ days ago

Research Coordinator

Yale University Worcester, MA

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Systems Programmer 1

Yale University Worcester, MA

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30+ days ago

Clinical Research Nurse 1

Yale University Worcester, MA

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30+ days ago

Classroom Technology and Media Coordinator 2

Yale University Pella, IA

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30+ days ago

Instructional Technology Specialist

Yale University Pella, IA

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24 days ago

Study Coordinator

Yale University Worcester, MA

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30+ days ago

Senior Financial Analyst

Yale University Pella, IA

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    Former Employee - Graduate Research Fellow  in  New Haven, CT
    Former Employee - Graduate Research Fellow in New Haven, CT

    I worked at Yale University full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Having the Yale brand on your resume is a terrific life-long asset. Generally the staff are very helpful. While my day -to-day life often felt isolated, I enjoyed my experiences with various student groups, seminars, etc. Also, the Graduate Career Resource Center is incredible. They invite top consulting firms, host resume workshops, dissertation boot camps, and invite guest speakers from inside and outside academia so you know all your options when you graduate. It's entirely up to you to get out there and make the most of your time at Yale.

    Cons

    As a graduate researcher, my day-to-day life felt very isolating. My once large and thriving lab shrunk considerably in size as people graduated and funding dried up. I found that un-tenured professors are usually very stressed out and can overwork their students. On the flip side, tenured professors are way too laid back and don't move fast enough on publications, grant proposals, etc. Choose your mentor wisely, and be sure to change mentors early on if things look like they're not working out.

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    Consider a rotation program for incoming graduate researchers. Let newcomers experience ~3 labs/mentors before they commit to one.

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