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    I have been working at Stevens Institute of Technology

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    Pros

    Pay is on par with the industry, friendly department and coworkers. As a salaried employee, the schedule is quite flexible.

    Cons

    None really to speak of. Human Resources seems to have some trouble at times with things like job title changes, but nothing too serious.

    Advice to Management

    Keep trying to improve the support staff, and especially keep working to improve the Stevens Institute of Technolgy name and reputation.


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    Applied online, was contacted by email a month or two later to arrange an interview. I interviewed in person a couple weeks later. The interview was pretty standard; met with some professors, discussed both my research and the research involved in the position. Toured the department.

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Website www.stevens.edu
Headquarters Hoboken, NJ
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1870
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Even before the advent of the internal combustion engine, Stevens Institute of Technology was educating students in science, technology, and engineering. Founded in 1870 through an endowment from engineer Edwin Stevens, the college offers undergraduate, master's, and doctoral degrees in engineering, science, humanities, computer science, and technology management. More than 2,150 undergraduates are enrolled, and the school has some 3,500 graduate students. Stevens teams up with corporate and military institutions to provide students with hands-on research experience ... More

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