The university and the city are open to new ideas and that is terrific for the academic work.
Students are willing to learn and you have a lot of opportunities to really innovate in teaching.
Although I’m busy at all times and thinking about my future (due to the type of contract I have -temporal), I enjoy a lot teaching here. This is a beautiful place to stay and work.
The camaraderie among staff. The various departments at the University often work together and the outcome is often a new work friend. The management was very good and helped improve and advance rather than hinder.
I worked as a teaching assistant for first year labs. It helps me in polishing my communication skills too. There was a huge diversity as I had some students from engineering as well. I tried to simplify my teaching methodology. Overall, I really enjoyed my duties.
It depends on which professor you need to work with. Some of them are really picky and like to ask you to overtime without extra pay, but some of them are really nice, and you can be really good friends.
I like working there but the pay was a little bit low. but the team and the management was super good. the work was not too hard was doable. I have learned a lot especially how to deal and manage student and their needs
Busy in summer due to new academic session, otherwise, normal pace of work.
Management could be better, need more training and exposure to understand the diversity of their workers from different cultural background.
Good place to work, young minds to interact with, lively and fun environment, it's a university.
Sessional lectures do what sessional lecturers do. If you enjoy teaching on a term to term basis with little long term security and you have the required degrees, you can do it. There is a time and place for it and universities are requiring more of them. I don't think University of Regina is a bad place to work: probably just as good as a lot of universities.