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Personal attention from dedicated professors

Personal attention from dedicated professors

Our students learn in small classes led by professors who genuinely
care about great teaching.

"Being a teacher I never get bored. I love where I'm at and I love what I do."

—English Professor Joshua McKinney, 2004-05 Outstanding Teacher in the College of Arts and Letters

"I don't mind walking around like a chimpanzee if it will help students learn and keep them engaged."

—Anthropology Professor Samantha Hens, 2005-06 Outstanding Teacher in the College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies

"I give students wings to fly but I encourage them to fly on their own."

—Speech Pathology and Audiology Professor Debra Harms, 2005-06 Outstanding Teacher in the College of Health and Human Services

"What wakes me up in the morning is having students say, ‘I get that.'"

—Management Professor Chris Sablynski, 2004-05 and 2006-07 Outstanding Teacher in the College of Business Administration

"I look forward to coming to work everyday. I love teaching and I love my students."

—Speech Pathology and Audiology Professor Celeste Roseberry-McKibbin, 2004-05 Outstanding Teacher in the College of Health and Human Services

"I've tried to be sure that people leave my classroom more confident in their skills as learners."

—Psychology Professor Robert Jensen, 2004-05 Outstanding Teacher in the College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies

"I want my students to be challenged. I want them to develop their higher-order thinking, their critical thinking."

—Child Development Professor Kimberly Gordon, 2005-06 Outstanding Teacher in the College of Education