Biomedical, Social, and Policy Frontiers in Human Aging
Spring 2023 - Writing this review in response to the individual describing it as "completely disgusting". Have you taken a class at Ucla before? Maybe Art Studies is not the most demanding, but I can assure this class is not either. Professor Levy-Storms is a saint and I cannot stand for such slander on her name. My grade is built on a tempurpedic memory foam cushion of reflective journals, a policy memo, and a life review (my TA throws around 100s like an NBA player at the club). Content is about as far from dense as you could dream up. Levy-Storms takes her time with each lecture, serenading the class with jokes along the way. At the hour mark, we kick our feet up and take a 10 minute break. I will admit that, shockingly, learning about aging can be like listenting to bedtime stories on occasion. But might I mention she is the only professor who knows who I am? I mean if she does not learn your name by the end of the quarter she will die trying. The exams can be a bit of blindside, and the format of the questions can feel like it disenfranchises your efforts. Though comparing the midterm to final I think some necessary changes were made to the questions presented. All things considered, I would recommend enrolling in this with a friend, but by your lonesome I have no doubts that you would be capable of succeeding in the course.