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Anonymous shared this review of University Of Utah on Jan 18th, 2019
"The research community at the U is very inclusive in my experience and strives to hire exceptional scientists. Many of the older tenured faculty are white men but I believe that's just a result of science itself being primarily men for so long. The trends towards equality are definitely seen in the younger faculty and graduate students. I left due to my own struggles balancing PhD candidacy and my mental health, but my mentor and program were all very helpful as I transitioned out of academia. I can't say that this will be the same for every person you encounter, but every faculty member I approached upon leaving was completely understanding and supportive of my need to focus on my health first."
Anonymous shared this review of University Of Utah on Oct 11th, 2018
"It truly is a great place to work. My department is very flexible and accommodating and the benefits are great!"
Anonymous shared this review of University Of Utah on Jun 5th, 2018
"Most leadership positions are diverse - just as many women as men in these roles, making the decisions that affect the workplace."
Anonymous shared this review of University Of Utah on Jul 17th, 2016
"Room for advancement if you seek it out, be assertive but not aggressive."
Anonymous shared this review of University Of Utah on May 23rd, 2016
"Utah is great in general for families and the university may be more supportive of working womne than most in the state but it can still make improvements. Asking for those improvements have been a challenge because of the bloated upper hierarchy."