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Instruct online Introduction to Psychology and History of Psychology courses.

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Current Employee - Adjunct Professor of Psycholy  in  Tyler, TX
Current Employee - Adjunct Professor of Psycholy in Tyler, TX

I have been working at University of Texas at Tyler as a contractor for more than 3 years

Pros

Interactive student learning environment. Permitted to fully developing courses online. Great relationship with supervisor. Students at the Bachelor's level are very motivated to learn.

Cons

No benefits or medical plans or retirement plans for adjunct faculty.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Management is very helpful and inspiring and insightful and informative.

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    Sick campus culture inhibits the innovation that is theoretically encouraged.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Tyler, TX
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Tyler, TX

    I have been working at University of Texas at Tyler full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Employees tend to have a lot of autonomy in their day to day work. The campus is beautiful. Health benefits are very good. The administration has recently been responsive to issues of salary stagnation. As the campus grows, there are many opportunities to implement new technologies and pedagogies. The campus offers a good variety of amenities and entertainment for a school of this size. Support departments are very competent. Staff/faculty research is generally encouraged and celebrated.

    Cons

    HR and leadership go to great lengths not to deal with interpersonal issues (including harassment, bullying, chronic communication failures). The administration rarely consults campus stakeholders in making major decisions; the administration is not transparent about funding decisions. Leadership roles and hierarchies change constantly. Major divisions exist between upper management and the rest of the campus. Within the campus community, divisions are just as stark (professionals v. paraprofessionals, tenured v. non-tenured faculty, faculty v. professionals, departments against other departments). Paraprofessional contributions to the campus are not valued; paraprofessionals receive little or no funding for professional development. It is a combative environment at every level. Gossip and rumor-mongering abound; it is not uncommon to hear individuals openly speak about their desire to undermine other individuals or departments. Merit is not a predictor of success or advancement,.

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    Middle-managers need real management training and more support from upper management. Paraprofessionals deserve more respect and support. There needs to be a major change in the campus culture regarding gossip and interdepartmental cooperation. The administration should be more transparent about long-term visions for the campus and how funds are allocated.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Positive Outlook
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    Supplemental Instructor of Calculus 1

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    Former Employee - Supplemental Instructor  in  Tyler, TX
    Former Employee - Supplemental Instructor in Tyler, TX

    I worked at University of Texas at Tyler part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    I enjoyed the interaction with students and watching studetns progress

    Cons

    I did not like paperwork associated with Supplemental Instruction

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    I would like more training to be able to make better Si reviews.

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    Neutral Outlook
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