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Robin Kohn
College of Health & Public Affairs Robin Kohn The profession of social work requires commitment and compassion for all we serve, and for many students, the passion they feel to help others is a "calling." The profession of social work has standards, principles, and core values, exemplified in an extensive Code of Ethics that assumes a value-free stance rich w...

Bruce M. Wilson
College of Sciences Bruce M. Wilson I see teaching as a multi-faceted endeavor where the role of the teacher is to provide students with excellent training in Political Science, to equip them with the skills to succeed in their careers, and to become lifelong learners. In my classes, I emphasize critical-thinking and writing skills and expose studen...

Mitchell Salter
College of College of Health and Public Affairs Mitchell Salter The foundation for my teaching philosophy is to provide students with immediate tools to apply their knowledge. I agree with teachers of educational progressivism, such as John Dewey, who believe education should teach skills in real life activities. I require students to test their skills using a scientif...