Archive for: great professors

 

John Daly, Communications Studies

Photo by Jay B Sauceda Daly may have spent the last 20 years researching things like shyness in people. But in a lecture hall of 300 restless college students, shy...

 
 

Shannon Patton, Nursing

Photo by Jay B Sauceda Given the elaborate emergencies she stages, Shannon Patton could surely work in Hollywood if she weren’t a nursing instructor. She’ll...

 
 

Nancy Daley, Human Sexuality

Photo by Jay B Sauceda Believe it or not, Nancy Daley was a self-proclaimed “blusher” before she started teaching a room full of college students about sex 12...

 
 

Brent Iverson, Chemistry

Photo by Jay B Sauceda Brent Iverson always emphasizes to his students the real-world application and importance of what they’re learning — whether it’s about...

 
 

John Pearce, Engineering

Photo by Jay B Sauceda For a professor of literature, being soulful and philosophical might be an easier feat. But John Pearce manages it even while teaching the...

 
 

Bruce Buchanan, Government

Photo by Jay B Sauceda For 35 years, Bruce Buchanan has taught the immensely popular and now iconic Politics of the Presidency class. Every big, entry-level course...

 
 

Charles Ramirez-Berg, Radio-TV-Film

Photo by Jay B Sauceda Like a good film, Charles Ramirez-Berg’s path to UT’s department of Radio-TV-Film had a few plot twists. He went from pre-med student...

 
 

Jennifer Wilks, English

Photo by Jay B Sauceda Though just in her eighth year of teaching, Jennifer Wilks has the poise of a veteran professor as she discusses her dual role as a teacher...

 
 

Lino Graglia, Law

Photo by Jay B Sauceda Since 1966, Lino Graglia has been teaching the same two courses: constitutional law and antitrust. But consider the course names misnomers,...

 
 
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