I came at a time of racial integration. As a person of color, I felt I was treated with utmost consideration
full Professor of History 1988 (Former Employee) – Lander University, Greenwood, SC – February 2, 2016
The most difficult part was in taking freshmen students, developing their analytical skills by separating fact based arguments from emotion based arguments. It was also the most rewarding because at the end of the semester, the majority of the students were able to write analytical historical essays.
These same students came to me in their final year, as they presented their thesis paper, and many times I was surprised at how much they had matured intellectually and at how much they had developed their writing skills.
Several times I received commendations from employers at the skillful presentations my former students made at their places of employment.
I was also employed in helping six doctoral students with their dissertations, and my most satisfying moments were came when a Doctor of Divinity and a Judge gave me credit for their writing skills.
overload classes accommodated up to 65 students per class