"My Favorite Professor at Suffolk is..."

We asked students on Twitter to think of which professors made a lasting impact on their past semester. Students were eager to tweet us their answer:

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  1. “I offer tutoring advice and will look at their papers,” said Tow. “But I’m not their parent. And it takes a while for the kids to get used to that. You know, they see an older Asian person and think authority figure. But I’m just their friend.” - excerpt from the below interview with Associate Professor Allan Tow, Esq., Applied Legal Studies Program Education and Human Services Department.
  2. Associate Professor of Sociology Amy Agigian is the author of Baby Steps: How Lesbian Alternative Insemination Is Changing the World. She is also the Director of the Center for Women's Health & Human Rights at Suffolk University. 
  3. Adjunct Professor of Journalism Alicia Blaisdell-Bannon worked at the Cape Cod Times for 28 years, leaving with the title of  managing editor. She thrived in the chaos of the daily newspaper business, where working with reporters was her favorite task.
  4. George Kalogeris, PhD, Assistant Professor Department of English, teaches humanities and literature at Boston University and Suffolk University. He recently published a book of poems based on the notebooks of Albert Camus entitled Camus: Carnets - A book of poetry based on the life of Albert Camus (Pressed Wafer).
  5. Assistant Professor of Government Brian Conley, PhD recently published an academic paper on the concept of strategy in political marketing entitled: "The Politics of Hope: The Democratic Party and the Institutionalization of the Obama Brand".
  6. Associate Professor of Communications Deborah Geisler was also the chair of the 2004 World Science Fiction Convention in Boston.
  7. Assistant Professor Dana Rosengard, PhD., has worked for more than ten years in television newsrooms as a reporter, anchor and producer, including an assignment at WCVB-TV/Channel 5 here in Boston
  8. We posed the question on Facebook and 50+ students were eager to share their favorite teachers. Take a look below.
  9. Suffolk University history professor Robert Allison is a favorite. Maybe that has something to do with how engaging and fun some of his finals are. Take a look!