Professor Felicia Campbell – UNLV’s longest-serving faculty member talks about her life in, out of classroom | Las Vegas Review-Journal

So here’s the deal. I’m a university professor, and I think I’m a pretty good one. Most of my students like me, I like what I do, and in the end everyone learns something.

I owe a huge chunk of that to this women here. So if you think I’m good at what I do, you should read this article and learn about the source!

Source: UNLV’s longest-serving faculty member talks about her life in, out of classroom | Las Vegas Review-Journal

 

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3 thoughts on “Professor Felicia Campbell – UNLV’s longest-serving faculty member talks about her life in, out of classroom | Las Vegas Review-Journal

  1. Was going to cut this out and send to you. Do you want the original article?

    On Tue, Nov 8, 2016 at 11:21 AM, Getting the Hang of Thursdays wrote:

    > captainjaq posted: “So here’s the deal. I’m a university professor, and I > think I’m a pretty good one. Most of my students like me, I like what I do, > and in the end everyone learns something. I owe a huge chunk of that to > this women here. So if you think I’m good at what ” >

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