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Dr. Keshishian is a wonderful professor. I enjoyed her class very much. I now realize that I use the ideas and material from her armenian classes in my own real life situations. This is honestly an experience that every individual needs to go through.
What can I say! She is the ONE AND ONLY professor at UCLA that has made a difference in my life entirely! She changed my perspective on life. She helped me see my worth more than I ever imagined. She placed seeds of passion in my heart and taught me things that no one else had ever taken the time to do so. I loved our discussions in class that I wish never ended. She gives her students the chance to speak their minds and allows them to develop intellectually in her class. A MUST TAKE COURSE.
Professor Keshishian’s Armenian language class was one of the highlights of my UCLA career. Though the course-material seemed challenging at times, it has surely helped me grow as an individual as well as an intellectual. I was pleasantly surprised that she didn’t limit herself to only teaching us the mechanics of the language; rather, she exposed us to Armenian history, culture, and tradition as well. The most remarkable aspect of this course is Professor Keshishian, herself. She is one of the most unique, intelligent, and inspirational professors I have met. Her character, her lectures, as well as her personality have motivated me to expand my thoughts (whether it be in the course of Armenian studies, education, or life).
The worst professor I have ever taken here at UCLA. She humiliates her students in front of the whole class, she is unprofessional, and she cares more about herself than the improvement of her students. Since when do we humiliate students in front of the class in America? It is a shame that a wonderful course such as Armenian Studies is being taught by someone so unprofessional like her. She only wants students to admire her and give her attention. Such a shame, such a shame...