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1. Rating on Michael Korpi in the Film and Digital Media department

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Opinion: 1303 - Prof. Kopri is a wonderful, funny, extremely knowledgable man who makes class fun and interesting by showing you tons of videos. Definitely take him for mass communications! If you don't care at all about enriching yourself and you just want an easy A, then don't take him. His class will make you think critically about the world you live in. Also, I've shown up to class several times stoned to the bone. pretty sure he knows but really doesnt care. - Grade In Class:B+
Date Listed: 2019-03-21
2. Rating on Jeff Stubbs in the Business department

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Opinion: 3301 - Jeff Stubbs is an arrogant, close minded, derogatory man who thinks he rules the world. This semester long class could be taught in two hours with assignments that are complicated and time consuming. This is a required course and every time that I sit through these 50 minutes(that feel like 5 hours) I consider completely dropping out of the business school. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-03-21
3. Rating on Bill Worthington in the Entrepreneurship department

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Opinion: 4320 - The most difficult part of this class is the project due at the end of the semester. This family business project is your final, and you have the full semester to work on it. If you start early, and go to office hours asking questions it is not bad. Dr. Worthington literally starts talking about it day 1 of class, and every class period after that. The lectures do seem repetitive in material, but this is just how Dr. Worthington places his emphasis on a subject. Every other week or so you will have a speaker come into class and share their family business story, and these are all super interesting. If you are considering entering a family business or starting one for yourself, this class presents important information that you should have exposure to prior to that. Take the class and soak up the information presented...it will help you in the long run. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-03-20
4. Rating on Cody Strecker in the Religion department

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Opinion: Christian Heritage - SO as a person Prof Strecker is a really good person. He will go out of his way to meet with you and help you understand what he's teaching, but only if you schedule a one on one meeting. As a professor, however, he is the worst I've had since being at Baylor. He only has two tests: the midterm and the final. Nothing else in-between. The homework workload is reading and then writing a response every night before class, which isn't hard it can just be a lot of reading depending on the night. The in class lectures are hard to understand and very all over the place, so if you don't have a background knowledge of the Bible and the history it's very hard to follow. Also for the midterm review (that covers 7 weeks of material) he gives you the first 3 weeks and then has you make up the other 4 with terms "you think will be on the midterm." Overall, I loved Strecker as a person but as a teacher 10/10 DO NOT Recommend. - Grade In Class:C
Date Listed: 2019-03-20
5. Rating on Thomas Spitzer-Hanks in the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core department

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Opinion: BIC 1413 and 1212 - Spitzer-Hanks is the best teacher I have had by far. Transitioning from a high school to a college workload was hard for me, but Spitzer-Hanks made sure that every student knew that we were appreciated and not alone in our struggles during our Freshman year. While rhetoric is a more time-consuming class, I never felt too much pressure and I felt that any ideas given in the classroom were respected. Although he addresses both, his grading is more focused on concepts than grammar, which I appreciated because it helped me better articulate the way that I viewed texts. I gave the workload 5 stars because I felt that it was easier to get through texts like Socrates and Plato with him as a teacher. He explained the concepts in the book well and didn't BS us whenever he disagreed with an idea. Overall, he is one of the most caring people I have ever met and I will definitely be taking another class with him if given the opportunity. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-03-20
6. Rating on Grant Innerst in the Quantitative Business Analysis department

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Opinion: QBA 3305 - The bad reviews are from when he was sorting kinks out during his first semester teaching at Baylor. He is the nicest professor that I've had in my 3 years of college, is super helpful when topics are fuzzy, and is very accessible to ask for help. He has a few projects and hw assignments but is more than willing to help if you put in the effort. Highly highly recommend taking him if you can! - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-03-19
7. Rating on John Hendry in the English department

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Opinion: 1302 - Honestly, Professor Hendry is a sweet man and tries to engage with his students. He is a stickler for punctuation and grammar, and we are always working on an essay, every week one after the other, but basically, every class is a work day after the first two weeks of really boring review. He also goes over every essay individually with you after he grades them and never does peer review. He gives a lot of extra credit for attendance (so try to just show up even though its pointless) and wants his students to succeed. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-03-19
8. Rating on Michael Korpi in the Film and Digital Media department

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Opinion: 1303 - Do yourself a favor and don't take this professor! He seems cool and all, especially at first, but he DOES NOT teach. He goes on LONG tangents that have absolutely nothing to do with the subject. I didn't learn a single thing and less than half the class showed up every day. He tests are all hugely curved, but that's due to the fact that even he knows that no one will do well (he's said so himself). He never tells us what's on the tests and asks questions that were NEVER taught. Throughout the semester, I came to see him as a self-righteous old man who cared more about showing us random videos and video games than us actually learning anything. The only way to do well is to read every single thing in the online textbook. - Grade In Class:B+
Date Listed: 2019-03-19
9. Rating on David Hendon in the History department

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Opinion: 1305 - Professor Hendon is the most boring man ever. He just reads off of the powerpoint and you never know whats important to write down. The tests are 40% multiple choice based on a list of terms given as a study guide and 60% essay and the possible essay prompts are all given to beforehand, so if you take the time to prepare at least a rough draft for all of them, you should do well. He goes over the prompts and terms the class before the test if you have questions. There is also a major research paper assigned that includes a presentation worth a large amount of your grade. Overall, he grades easily and is hard to stay awake and listen to. I think he knows this because he will randomly yell words in the middle of teaching. The most bizarre and scariest thing at 8 am in the morning. - Grade In Class:B+
Date Listed: 2019-03-19
10. Rating on William (Bill) Worthington in the Management department

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Opinion: 4385 - I completely agree with all the other reviews. If at all possible, take someone else. While class was interesting at times, the tests were completely unrelated to the text, and powerpoints. Also, the capsim project which is the main project throughout the semester is completely useless. Worthington throws the class into the simulation within the first couple weeks of class without any regard for whether we know how to complete it or not. If you can, take literally any other strategic management professor. - Grade In Class:C+
Date Listed: 2019-03-19
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