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[BC1705] FYS: Immortality, Death and the Meaning of Life

May 30, 2004

Beardman, Stephanie Silver_nugget
[BC1705] FYS: Immortality, Death and the Meaning of Life

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Professor Beardman is a very knowledgable woman who is excited about philosophy and the students she teaches. I have never met a professor that takes so much time reading each student's paper. She is very atuned to details and is by no means an easy grader, but she is very fair. Beardman loves class discussion and made the atmosphere of the class really intellectually stimulating. Beardman is sometimes on the nervous end but she is the most caring and involved of professors. Meet with her on her office hours and you will be astounded at the amount of time she gives each student!

Workload:

Not too much reading. At least 5 papers (about 3 pages in length) and some rewrites. In addition, each student is expected to lead class discussion at least 2 times.

Directory Data

Dept/Subj Directory Course Professor Year Semester Time Section
FYSB / FYSB FYSB FYSB BC1705: Immortlty/Death/Meaning Life Stephanie Beardman 2010 Spring MW / 4:10- 5:25 PM 1
FYSB / FYSB FYSB FYSB BC1705: Immortlty/Death/Meaning Life Stephanie Beardman 2004 Spring TR / 1:10- 2:25 PM 1
FYSB / FYSB FYSB FYSB BC1705: Immortlty/Death/Meaning Life Stephanie Beardman 2002 Fall TR / 11:00-12:15 PM 1