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Anonymous shared this review of Rochester Institute of Technology on Dec 11th, 2018
"Don't be afraid to demonstrate your value upfront and continuously as you assert your needs and rights. Leverage your expertise and networks at the negotiating table."
Anonymous shared this review of Rochester Institute of Technology on May 17th, 2018
"To be confident and affirmative when making decisions, when generating creative ideas and solving problems. "
Anonymous shared this review of Rochester Institute of Technology on Aug 30th, 2017
"Be clear about what your expectations are upfront regarding your role to ensure that there is alignment, but also to see what the organization brings to the table to retain your interest and loyalty."
Anonymous shared this review of Rochester Institute of Technology on Mar 21st, 2016
"I worked there for 2 years. My fellow professors were for the most part supportive. The head of the department however would not stop making inappropriate comments about my body and my sex life. He is a man in his 60s with daughters my age. I was extremely uncomfortable and embarrassed to bring it up with someone else. In addition to that, in this school the students are mostly male. I had to deal with some incidents because some of them were sexist. It only happened in one of the 10 courses I taught while I was there though. So overall it's an ok workplace but do expect sexism from the students from time to time. I wish something could be done about old guys that still think it's ok to harass junior female colleagues but unfortunately I think no amount of education or workshops on inappropriate behavior can change those guys. I did find many opportunities to network though. They do have programs for networking for junior faculty and some are tailored for women."