Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Comments from Students

I have been busy winding up the semester for the past month or so and have not been blogging. After grades were in I received several e-mails from Brooklyn College undergrad and NYU MBA students:

"I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for the course. This has truly been the most enjoyable and eye opening experience at BC. The literature you provided for the class was very interesting and intriguing- really made us analyze certain philosophies and how they apply to current day. You made us think creatively and let us express ourselves freely, you gave us a voice and cared to hear our opinions. You truly are a wonderful professor and BC is lucky to have you as any student would be fortunate to learn and gain knowledge from you and your course. Thank you again for a great and fun learning experience."


"Thanks for everything !! Hope you have a great Summer."


"Thanks Professor Langbert. This was a great experience, and you are wonderful. Keep up the good work. Have a great summer. I completed my evaluation before the end of the course."


"Professor Langbert,

"I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your assistance in this class. Keeping afloat was not easy due to my circumstance. You are a professor with vast knowledge in which you have taken the time to impart some of this to many of your students.

"Thanks a million. Have a wonderful summer, and I recall you mentioning taking a Sabbatical, if so enjoy that as well."


"Thank you for a great semester and enjoy your sabbatical."


"Thank you so much professor and bless you"


"I enjoyed your class this semester. Good luck writing your book."


"Now that the grades are posted and there isn't any potential conflict of interest looming out there -- I was wondering if you would still be interested in meeting up for lunch. I had a pleasure talking with you about film and television on Saturday afternoon, and I hope we can explore that topic further or venture into other areas of mutual interest."