Advertising professor Erika Grodzki has to be able to predict what the media landscape will look like in 4 years.
Wonder what it's like to sit in on a call with a White House cabinet member? Just take a class from American Studies program coordinator Robert Watson.
Anyone can become healthier based on what they learn in Introduction to Psychology, according to psychology professor Rob Seifer.
The Super Bowl's an actual class? It is for sports management professor Ted Curtis.
Leave readers on the edge of suspense by writing your own murder mystery in Elaine Deering’s courses in the College of Arts and Sciences, where her legal and literature backgrounds collide to create a unique curriculum mix.
As a professor of acting, directing and theater history, it’s surprising to learn that Harry Murphy is the shy type who doesn’t like big crowds or parties. When he’s on stage, it’s a different story.
You hear it all the time: “I took calculus in college but I never use it in real life.” Assistant professor James Kassar is on a pursuit to put this misconception to rest with his mathematics courses at Lynn University.
Students in Jill Levenson’s hands-on psychology and human services courses are prepared at the highest level for this rapidly expanding industry.
John Bennardo traded his reporter’s notebook for a video camera when he was in college and never looked back. Now at Lynn University, John plays ‘director’ in the classroom.
Meet Dr. V, a professor of human anatomy and physiology at Lynn University who proves that being left-brained and right-brained isn’t mutually exclusive.
From courthouses in Europe to the steps of our nation’s Capitol, courses with Sindee Kerker show students real slices of reality in the United States criminal justice system.
A solid understanding of classical music theories allows musicians to be true masters of their art. Tom McKinley facilitates that understanding as a professor in the conservatory of music at Lynn University.
If a teacher loves his or her subject matter, it will inspire their students to learn. That’s Stephen Aiello’s style when he teaches in the College of Liberal Education at Lynn University.