Originally Posted by in stitches
Yeah, it's hard to relay in typing, but it was one of the funnier things I've ever done. The whole class was laughing the entire time.
I can't believe I had the guts to do it. Oh, to be young and rebellious again...
Originally Posted by otc
This guy: http://home.uchicago.edu/arsx/
was one of the most popular instructors at my school. He publishes real work, collaborates and consults with other big names, serves on the editorial board of a journal, and acts as a referee for several big named journals. He has also taught at both Princeton and William & Mary and has been doing all of this since the 70s.
But he has a MA and not a PhD so he is deemed "Senior Lecturer"--that's just the way it is.
Yup. Academia is very big on titles, and they usually carry significant meaning, even if it seems arbitrary.
Originally Posted by Piobaire
Quality of student and quality of "professor" often go hand in hand.
I almost did this. Props to you for following through.