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Dr. Caroline Kingori, Ohio University, Athens, OH


Rating: 5 out of 5.

I became enamored of Prof. Kingori's teaching methods because of the leverage it gives students to excel. Her weekly reflection responses makes the student to be abreast of developments in the course, and secondly, her participatory approach which allows students to summarize what they have read during lecture periods is a good training platform for those aspiring to work in the classroom. Above all, she dutifully provides all the text reading lists for her courses from the beginning to the end of the semester on blackboard.

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Dr Caroline Kingori, Ohio University, ATHENS, OH


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dr Kingori is a very helpful professor. she's good at what she does. she has a way in which she help student improve their skills and also bring the best in them. she gives detailed explanation in each of her lectures.

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Dr. Caroline Kingori, Ohio University, ATHENS, OH


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dr. Kingori is the best lecturer so far. She is very helpful, effective and communicative. She explains everything clearly.

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Caroline Kingori, Ohio University, Athens, OH


Rating: 5 out of 5.

She is one of the best Professor's I have ever come across. She is very accommodating and her class is very interactive and interesting. I will recommend her class to every student.

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Jonathan Levy, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, Oxford, OH


Rating: 5 out of 5.

A wonderful teacher who makes his lecture more friendly. He makes you feel relaxed while teaching because of his interactive nature of lecturing.

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Rate DR Hoo Ha Hwang, MD, PhD, UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, SEATTLE, WA


Rating: 3 out of 5.

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Towson University, Dr. Darlene Fewstet, Towson, MD


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dr. FEWSTER is the most professional and knowledgeable professor that I have had. Her class is interesting, challenging, and one that will definitely prepare me to be an educator. She genuinely wants her students to succeed and helps to make that happen. I learned a lot from her and enjoyed her class. She genuinely cares about her students. I wish she taught more classes in my major. Loved her!

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Dr.David Phillips, Kent State, Salem, OH


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Being a nontraditional student(older) Dr.Phillps helped me to understand World History in a way no one else ever has. He has an eye opening way of teaching,which I enjoyed tremendously. He was also willing to meet if I didn't comprehend what was being taught. He was always going above and beyond his duties as a professor to help out. He would be an asset to any Institute that he teaches at. If you have the pleasure to have him for World History,you will never look at the world the same again. I was truly blessed to have him this past semester. He has helped to make my college experience a great one, and for this I Thank him.

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Ohio State University, Research Assistant, Columbus, OH


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Enjoy working here with inspiring people in an environment that harnesses knowledge and creativity. Great life and work balance.

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tena l. roepke, ohio northern, ada, OH


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Sandra cook, University of c, Cincinnati, OH


Rating: 1 out of 5.

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Eric Pempus, Kent State University, Kent, OH


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Great professor - respects students, fair grading and very knowledgeable.

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Schaller, University of Findlay, Findlay, OH


Rating: 5 out of 5.

He really cares about his students' success. Outstanding professor.

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Dr. Thom Balmer, Cameron University, Lawton, OK


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Best Professor I ever had! His life experiences will teach you more than the subject matter in the book. He keeps it real!

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Dr. Alyeen Lazar, National University, San Diego County, CA


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Dr. Lazar, What a true gift to the university students. She was attentive, sharp, gave fantastic examples and tested our knowledge at every turn to build our confidence to receive my Master's in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in MFT

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Dr. Emmanuel Ayee, Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA


Rating: 5 out of 5.

It has been a privilege taking the following course: "The Principles of Speech" under the leadership of Dr. Emmanuel Ayee. I am extremely grateful that I've had the opportunity to have him for my professor. Words cannot express how I feel about Dr. Ayee. Not only is he an "excellent" professor...but he genuinely cares for his students. He always gives us words of encouragement and strives to get the best out of each and every student. Without a doubt...Dr. Emmanuel Ayee is a "1st class act" and is an "extremely valuable" asset to the institution of Norfolk State University. I have learned so much from him, as well as his class. I hope to graduate this semester and will definitely miss him. Student: Dennis R. Williams

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William Carey University, Dr. Mann, Hattieburg, MS


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richmond, university of georgia, athens, GA


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mingjun lai, university of georgia, athens, GA


Rating: 3 out of 5.

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mingyi sun, university of georgia, athens, GA


Rating: 3 out of 5.

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Karen Lamb, University of Maryland, College Park, MD


Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Megan Brundrett, OH


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Megan Brundrett MD, spread vicious lies about me. She is the Medical Lead at South High Primary Care, the primary outpatient training location for the Internal Medicine-Pediatrics residency program. Megan Brundrett participated in false negative gossip about me at her medical center. She talked to Nathan Richards MD and Susan Li MD about me. She made no attempt to verify the gossip with me. I made many attempts to contact her by mail, email and phone to try to explain my side of the story. She refused to hear me. She refused to hear my side of the lies that Dr. Susan Li and Dr Nathan Richards were spreading about me. She made getting good medical care at South High Primary Care impossible. She listened to bad gossip, but would not hear the truth from me at all. Doctors are only to consult each other about medical issues, not office gossip.

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Dr. Michael Sullivan, Gaylord, MI


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Very sad experience. Dr. Sullivan performed a root canal on my number 13 molar. The root canals of this tooth are very narrow and extended. I warned the Dr. that I had a traumatic experience with elongated tooth roots which for teeth being extracted both as an adolescent and as a young serviceman in the Navy. Both of those times the dentists had a rough time with the teeth. The procedures lasted over 4 hours for the tooth when I was a child, and two visits over 3 hours each when I was in the Navy. Dr. Sullivan assured me that he was capable, and that his skill was superior. I believed him. After his first attempt at root canals on this tooth, Dr. Sullivan sent me home telling me that there wasn’t enough time that day to finish the procedure. Mind you I’m under the influence of sedation at this time. I told Dr. Sullivan that I would rather have the tooth pulled than go through another 3 hours in the chair. Amazingly I believed him again when he told me the reason he couldn’t finish was because of scheduling. He also said that he wanted to prove to his dental assistants he could finish the job! Being as high as I was on the anesthesia I made the poor judgement call to return. Two days went by with excruciating pain in my upper jaw. I was having to take Tylenol and Advil to relieve the discomfort. I went back to Sullivan’s office, asked AGAIN if it would be better to just extract the tooth, and he said it was his opinion he could save it, and this time he could finish the job and apply the cap. So I strapped on his gas mask and knocked myself stupid only to have the “Doctor” root around, stretch my jaw and break off half of what was left of the tooth. When I came to I distinctly remembered the snap, the dental assistant saying “Oh God!”, and the good Dr. scurrying away into another operatory. What was I told this time? Of course that I’d have to come back since it was the tooth’s fault it was so damaged that it cracked, and now he had to make a new cap with his machine. Stoned on the good Dr.’s laughing gas I told him “that’s okay, mistakes happen”. What an idiot I was. The laughing gas wore off and the Tylenol Advil routine lasted a week. I went back to Beacon Dental Center, this time for the last time, to finally get the remnants of my tooth capped. This time he squirted the glue in to fill the root canals, fixed the cap on the tooth, and away I went. Fast forward 5 years and I’m in the chair of a very competent dentist. The dentist asks if I’m in any pain and I mention the constant pain I’ve had on my left sinus area. I’ve felt this pain for three years. I’m shown the current X-ray of the area and the Dentist tells me that it’s not normal. The capped tooth is great work (machine made, remember) but there is stuff in the canals of Number 13 tooth that extend into the sinus. After visits to an Ear Nose Throat MD, Oral Surgeon and Endodontist specialists, I’m scheduled to have an operation to remove the so-called saved tooth, and resultant fistula created by the extensive overfilling of the Number 13 root canals with guttapurcha, the latex based root canal filling material. Predictably I could sue and win to recover the costs of these procedures, but the good Doctor has closed his practice, and is now enrolled in a school in Detroit. The lawyer I consulted doesn’t see that my case is strong enough to show the pain I’ve been living through since I trusted Dr. Sullivan. Of course there are risks to root canals. I accepted the possibility of a dry socket, and possible infection, but was re-assured by Sullivan that he’s done thousands of these procedures with no bad outcomes. General dentists can perform root canal procedures along with other dental procedures, but often they refer patients needing endodontic treatment to a specialized practice, who works in collaboration with your dentist. An endodontist is a dentist who specializes in saving teeth. Dr. Sullivan should have not touched that tooth after I warned him of the history of my other root issues, and certainly after he saw the roots narrowness and length.

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Kim Stearns, 1730 west 25th, Cleveland, OH


Rating: 1 out of 5.

visit today with Dr Kim Stearns from Lutheran hospital for right knee pain, very unprofessional, angry because i was asking questions stating "are you going to interrupt me again", did not do any real exam on my knee other than pressing a spot on my inner knee where it was painful, no orthopedic tests done on my knee to determine if might be meniscal tear until I said something then roughly grabbed my leg and twisted my knee asking does that hurt, never offered anything for pain or even asked me if i was having any pain, I am a nurse myself and this MD was referred to me and I am very disappointed, this is Cleveland Clinic World Class Care!!

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mark tranovich, v a columbus ohio, columbus, OH


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Probably worked at the Dallas veterans hospital were doctors are not required to SHOW UP. Had 2 appointments not met or seen an attending anywhere and this behavior is condoned honored and accepted by there useless leader STEPHEN HOLT. a real politician. HOW HARD IS IT TO SHOW UP. Is it in the doctors handbook be 45 minutes late or don't up at all so t worry it's ok attitude is nuts

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