|Total Grad Surveys||7|
|Avg years at University||2.6|
|Research Quality||B (6.8)|
|Research Availability||C (4.6)|
|Research Funding||C- (3.9)|
|Graduate Politics||C (5.0)|
|Errand Runners||C+ (5.7)|
|Degree Completion||A- (8.8)|
|Alternative pay [ta/gsi]||C- (4.2)|
|Sufficient Pay||C- (3.8)|
|Education Quality||C (4.8)|
|Faculty Accessibility||B- (5.8)|
|Useful Research||B- (6.5)|
|"Individual" treatment||B (6.7)|
|Campus Beauty||A (9.1)|
|Campus Maintenance||B (6.8)|
|University Resource/spending||B (7.1)|
|Surrounding City||A- (8.3)|
|Social Life/Environment||B+ (7.7)|
“I am an online student at this universityJan 22 2014Engineering Department
“I was graduate student at Art & ArtFeb 18 2009Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etc
their principals did not reflect what they propose and offer. Integrated Arts needs to be ethically and academically evaluated.
I had some professional disagreement with my first adviser, George Rivera who became hostile and intolerant affecting negatively my self esteem after I legally decided to change advisers.
Professor Rivera is a very dictatorial person, he had no technical knowledge to evaluate my research neither wanted to admit it. He rather asked me to rewrite and produce a new body of work and research work according to his own hypothetical perspective.
I am glad I could continue with my innovative idea and conclude the superb project wit my second adviser who embraced and supported my thesis project. It bothers me to have professors like George Rivera in CU Boulder manipulating people according to his independent rules and power, which he historically is famous for.
“I thoroughly enjoyed my two years at CUJan 18 2009Electrical Engineering