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I have been working at University of Texas at El Paso full-time (Less than a year)
1) The institution has many excellent professors and staff who care about students. 2) There are many opportunities for success for proactive individuals. 3) Beautiful campus 4) Great administration with a vision focused on continuously improving the quality and reputation of UTEP
1) Commuter campus style can make some students unaware of the multiple employment and research opportunities available on campus 2) Communication between departments is not efficient and can cause different issues such as delayed paychecks, curriculum requirement conflicts, etc.
Advice to Management
Improving communication between departments and synchronized website information will benefit students and staff.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. I interviewed at University of Texas at El Paso (El Paso, TX) in May 2015.
I applied for this position online and was contacted for an on-site interview a few days later. The head of the research group was familiar with my work, so we discussed other experience listen in my CV. We later discussed my personal goals and the group's research goals. After the interview I was told I would get an offer, which I received a few days later and accepted.
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UTEP's Miners dig the importance of higher education. The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) was founded in 1914 as a mining and metallurgy school but now offers some 80 bachelor's, 70 master's, and 14 doctoral degrees through six academic colleges. The university's six colleges offer education in Business, Engineering, Education, Health Sciences, Liberal Arts, and Science. The school draws 90% of its population -- a majority of which is Mexican-American -- from the US-Mexico border. Formerly Texas Western College, UTEP enrolls more than ...