By Nardine Salama
The process of trying to find the right Professor for me is almost as frustrating as the disappoint I incur when I get my daily order of Dunkin Donuts and it's still not the way I want it. I’ve always championed the motto that if I want something, I’m going to make it happen so I feel as though I do my part. But, when it comes to a subject in which the Professor simply has no desire to teach, then, consequently, I have no desire to learn. At the very least, I need my Professors to be strong and tasteful in their respective fields. One of my favorite Professors, by far, has been the incredible Professor Susan Locke. She was my Professor for PSY 1001 and it’s because of her creative, interactive and informative teaching style that make me the I.O. Psychology major I am today. In high school, I took AP U.S. History with Mr. Patrick Dunphy and he was equally as passionate about History as Professor Locke is about Psychology and it’s because of him that I am minoring in History. Passion is contagious and when teaching is done right, a student can get so engulfed by the subject that they can choose to make it their own.