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Campus Q & A If you could be a professor/ student for a day, what would you teach and how would you conduct the class?

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Pablo Olvera, estudiante de primer año
Pablo Olvera,
estudiante de primer año

 

“Si pudiera ser profesor por un día, yo enseñaría antropología porque creoque es una materia muy interesantepara mí. Tal vez no sea un requisito muy común para todos, pero yocreo que estudiar al ser humano, suecología, su historia y toda su culturaes muy interesante, y es algo que todosdeberíamos de saber, no solo paratenerlo en el cerebro, verdad, perotambién para saber la naturalidad delo que es ser un ser humano. Eso me gusta mucho a mí”.

 

 

 

 

 

Marisa Palacios Knox,Literature and Cultural Studies assistant professor
Marisa Palacios
Knox, Literature and Cultural Studies assistant professor

 

 

“I would take courses in film and art history because these have always been passions of mine that I’ve pursued in extracurricular activities, but never had the kind of scholarly depth that I would get in a class.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Evelyn Perales, psychologysenior
Evelyn Perales,
psychology senior

 

“I would teach a human diversity course so, that way, people would learn to accept other people’s religions and cultures and there wouldn’t be so much hatred, and so people won’t be so judgmental toward others and everybody else would get along. I would definitely use videos from around the world, from around different cultures and religions and how they practice it.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Itzell Sanchez, biology freshman
Itzell Sanchez,
biology freshman

 

 

“I would teach psychology because I think that it is a very interesting field. It is a very broad subject and there is a lot to teach from it. I have had about two psychology classes and both professors were very open-minded. They were very cool and all the information they gave was very helpful later on.”

 

 

 

–Compiled by Michelle Espinoza and Lesley Robles

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