USF Office of Graduate Studies
Thank Your Professor Submissions:
|Professor's Name||What Individuals are Saying About Them|
Meredith W. Zoetewey
I want to thank Meredith W. Zoetewey because she helped me learn & practice using social media sites, web design, & many other vital mediums using writing, professinal, & rhetorical theory/praxis. Dr. Zoetewey is real in her passion for learning.
Dr. Hariharan Srikanth, Ph.D.
I would like to send a warm and well deserved thank you to my advisor and friend, Dr. Srikanth. Thank you for your patience, support, faith, and for always being in my corner.
Dr Inge Wefes
Dr.Wefes,I am so very grateful for your generosity, guidance, and continuous emotional support. You were always there for me whenever I needed advice.You are truly an inspiration for me.
Dr. Liliana Rodríguez-Campos
Liliana is a brilliant, extraordinary, and inspiring professor, mentor, and advisor. She is an amazing and wonderful person and is always available to help anyone who asks for it. I feel so happy and blessed for the opportunity to take classes and work with her. Thank you for all the learning experiences and invaluable guidance over the past 6 years. I appreciate very much all you have done to support me! You are the best!
Dave Mitchell, PhD
Dr. Mitchell is one of the most brilliant scientists that I have ever met. He is also a pleasure to work with, having patience, understanding, and a refreshing sense of humor. Thank you so much for being an amazing mentor.
Thank you for being a great mentor. You were a great guidance during the 2011 ACA conference.
Dr. Scott Liu
Dr. Liu is cheerful and motivating, helping every student he can--at any time, to any degree, and with all the enthusiasm necessary to get deadlines met and assignments accomplished. He is the foundation of the Mass Communications graduate program.
Dr. Pu took his time and patience to help me understand the material.
Cecile Lengacher, Ph.D.
Dr. Lengacher, I want to thank you, Dr. Lengacher, for your years of mentoring and guidance, which have been instrumental in my acheiving my academic goal of a Ph.D. in Nursing.
Christopher Meindl, Ph.D.
Dr. Meindl was my thesis Chair and I couldn’t have asked for better! He is incredibly helpful and willing to go WAY above and beyond! I am eternally grateful for ALL his help! Thank you Dr. Meindl!
Ross Andel, Ph.D.
Ross, thank you for everything you did for me in the 4 years I was in the PhD program at USF. I especially appreciated your constructive criticism and prompt responses to my queries. You were always there for me when I needed advice, and you challenged me to be a better student and better person. I'll always be grateful.
Brent Small, Ph.D.
Brent, thank you for the guidance you gave me during my 4 years in the Aging Studies PhD program at USF. I owe a lot of my success to your input, especially in terms of publishing papers. I tell everyone that you are the best!
Jerri D. Edwards, Ph.D.
Jerri, I cannot thank you enough for everything you did for me in the four years I was a PhD student at USF. I owe a lot of my success to you. I am grateful for your guidance, constructive criticism, generosity (of time, resources, and authorship on publications), and emotional support. Your career is going to be long and rewarding, and I can't wait to see all the things you will accomplish.
Phyllis Jones, Ph.D.
Dr. Jones is the quintessential model of a successful, inclusive teacher. She looks for ways to help students grasp the material and succeed. She has helped me to believe that I might be able to finish my graduate degree.
Michael Rank, Ph.D.
The course I completed was one of the most interesting experiences that I have completed in my educational process.
Carolyn Ford, Ed.D.
Dr. Ford was my mentor/professor for 3 classes while in grad school. She was a friend when I needed one, always available with positive encouraging advice and guidance. Dr. Ford helped me grow and challenged me in ways I never thought I would in my field of study, Speech-Language Pathology. Thank you Dr. Ford, you will always hold a special place in my heart. XOXO Licia
Ruth Huntley Bahr
Dr. Bahr taught me in 4 classes; 2 undergrad and 2 at the graduate level. I am a non-traditional second language student. At the beginning of school I struggled with confidence as I tried to ‘keep up’ with my younger classmates, funny as it may seem, at the end of grad school they were trying to keep up with me!. When I first approached Dr. Bahr as an undergrad, I didn’t really know who and what her position in the university was. I just knew she was someone I wanted to learn all I could from. When I came to her with concerns in passing the GRE she was encouraging and compassionate. I never felt judged by her; rather I felt a sense of trust and guidance. Dr. Bahr is one of the toughest professors I've ever met; she helped me reach academic goals I never thought I could. I read somewhere, “Some people cross our paths for just a moment in time, however, they leave us with a lifetime impression.” This is how I feel about Dr. Bahr and other professors at USF. There is a lasting impression of knowledge, understanding, and compassion within me that has always been there, only now it is stronger. I am looking forward to being a great clinician and someday mentor as I was mentored. Thank you, and God Bless.
Dr. Nathan Maxfield
Thank you for being a great mentor during this whole process! I have found all of your advice relevent and impactful. Your guidance on my thesis has allowed me to grow and learn in the area of Fluency. I have enjoyed the process and you minimized my stress level by being active every step of the way!
Philip Reeder, Ph.D.
Thank you for the countless hours of revisions and advice on my thesis and for helping me secure funding for my research. I appreciate your willingness to work on a tight schedule and help me graduate in a timely manner while pursuing a meaningful topic of my choosing. You are very much appreciated!
I would like to thank to my major professor, Dr. Daniel Simkins, for all the wonderful lessons that he has taught me during the last 3 years of my education. Thanks to his encouragement I feel I am a "world class student."
Darlene Bruner, Ph.D.
I want to thank Dr. Bruner for being supportive and understanding during a difficult time. I am a soldier who was in the process of deploying while finishing my coursework, Dr. Bruner was supportive of me and my studies during the 9 weeks in and out of training and the field. I really appreciate her help. Thank you. Sgt. Moore
Stephen Sanders, Ph.D.
I want to thank Professor Sanders for being supportive and understanding. I am a soldier who was in the process of deploying while finishing my coursework, Professor Sanders was supportive of me and my studies during the 9 weeks in and out of training and the field. I really appreciate his help and feedback on my work and progress. Thank you. Sgt. Moore
Dr. Ralph Leighty
In your lectures, you show how ideas from different fields are combined to advance our understanding of brain and behavior. The professors in most other advanced science classes I've taken tend to emphasize only their field's contributions and importance. You're a great teacher!
Don Berndt, Ph.D.
Thank you, Dr. Berndt, for introducing me to Expert Systems and helping me develop an alternative to conventional statistical methods for cognitive/behavioral analysis! I appreciate all your support and assistance with my doctoral research, and your encouragement during my search for post-doctoral employment.
Mary Lou Morton, Ph.D.
Dr. Morton espouses and lives the beliefs and practices about which we read as effective. Through the candidacy process she has remained the voice in the back of my mind, reminding me that this is MY research that I must make the decisions and know that she will support me. She is the mentor, colleague, instructor,and friend I aspire to be to my students.
The Office of Graduate Studies wishes to acknowledge the work of Samuel Hodge of Temple University that inspired and served as the template for our Thank Your Professor site.