- Apr 21, 2009
I had the good Doctor for classes, undergrad and graduate I believe. I found his teaching methods to be both instructive and challenging. Just gave up on trying to find both of my transcripts, they are around here somewhere. Was interested in finding out how I did in his class.Dick Law, a good essay. I take it personally when you infer that my degree came from an "academic inferior university." It seemed to be good enough when I applied for a teaching job at VCU where I taught for 36 years. I had offers from Virginia Tech, Coe College and Oregon State. I agreed to accept the position at VCU since my wife was a graduate of RPI and loved the city of Richmond. I have received several teaching awards along with several peer reviewed publications and HAVE TAUGHT SEVERAL ON THIS BOARD as well as numerous basketball players. I have also taught as a visiting Professor for the University of Iowa in Italy, the UR MBA program and Boston University in Germany. No slouch of schools. My classmates have had professorships at Northeastern, Georgetown, St Louis University among other places. A classmate of mine at WVU recently retired from VCU as a distinguished professor. There are many WVU graduates and several MD's living and working in Richmond. The alumni association is very active. Please do not sell us short. PS. I root for VCU when we play WVU.