As another academic year begins anew, a fresh batch of students will learn as the returnees are reminded: The instructors who teach online through Boston University are a passionate bunch.
Passionate about their area of expertise. Passionate about sharing knowledge. Passionate about provoking thought and discussion. Passionate about their students. And thanks to our friends/floormates over in the marketing wing of Metropolitan College, we’re happy to share with you a glimpse into where that passion comes from for some of our professors.
It’s all part of the “MET A Professor” video series, which as of our Fall 1 launch features instructors from the Criminal Justice (Mary Ellen Mastrorilli, Kyung-shick Choi, and Bob Cadigan), Health Communication (Steve Quigley), Admin Sciences (Steve Leybourne) and Undergraduate Degree Completion (Regina Hansen) — but which promises to include more profiles and more voices in the future.
They’ll explain what drives their interest in their field while also discussing some of their own personal experiences, so give them a look in the player below and check back later to see more. Each of the original six is heavily involved in our distance education programs, so we think it will be of particular interest for our online learning community.
Also check out MET’s Program Series to learn more about our exciting offerings at the college as well as through BU online. And best of luck to all the students this term — both old and new!