Tell Us About the Best Professor You’ve Had at Penn State
Though we’re only a few weeks into first semester, scheduling dates for the spring are well underway. And whether you’re a freshman beginning to navigate your major’s prescribed courses or a senior looking to add one last Gen Ed, finding a good professor can make the difference between a mediocre experience and a class you’re actually
excited willing to wake up for in the morning.
We’re looking to gather the names and anecdotes behind the best professors at Penn State — especially those who break the mold and think outside the box when it comes to their teaching style. (Sam Richards can’t be the only one. Besides, spaces in his class go faster than Penn State hockey tickets.)
In the form below, tell us who you’ve enjoyed learning from, and what made him or her so great. Your responses will provide the basis for our guide to professors you must have before you graduate.
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For more than a decade, the Penn State Bakery has provided the Nittany Lion Inn with a massive, display-only gingerbread house during the holidays. This year’s design features about 50 pounds of dough and 100 pounds of icing.
The menorah, which is valued at about $1,800, was returned, but was damaged, according to the complaints.
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