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Good Research Atmosphere. People and colleagues are very friendly. The campus is not big, anything to do is very convennient.
Cleveland is close to Erie lake. So, in the winter, we often have heavy snow here. If you are living a little far away from the campus, you may have some suffering time in winter.
Advice to Management
Make some more efforts to advertise the university. The dinning room is a little big crowded during the lunch time, may open some new dinning room, or enlarge the current one.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH) in March 2015.
I arrived at the PI's office on time. He mentioned I had a lot of good experience in a lot of labs but that was a bad sign. I countered with the last 2 jobs I had I had lost due to budgetary concerns. That I have had nothing but positive performance reviews. He countered with the recruiter said you lost your last job because you were pregnant. I of course said no as that is illegal. He then went on to ask other inappropriate questions such as are you sure you have enough time with a young baby at home, what does your husband do for a living, do you have access to childcare for after hours. He offered me the job but low-balled the salary (I do have a young baby so I must be desperate. He then told me I'd need to take the ARC training but he didn't think he should have to pay for that.
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Looking for a research-oriented university? Go Western, young man (or woman)! Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) is a research school with an enrollment of about 10,000 students (more than half of whom are graduate and professional students). CWRU offers undergraduate and graduate degrees from eight schools -- business, engineering, law, arts and sciences, dentistry, social work, nursing, and medicine -- at its campus in Cleveland. The student-teacher ratio is 10:1. The university's origins date back to 1826 in the Ohio region then known as the Western Reserve of...