Outwitting College Professors is the ultimate college success book. This valuable little volume tells everything you need to know, from how profs make out exams, to how you should act if you encounter your prof in a bar, tips for maximizing grades on papers, advice on handling your relationships with the most difficult profs (in a chapter named “Advanced Outwitting”!), and ways to get great letters of recommendation. For over four decades, college students have used these tricks on the author, and now he’s passing along the ones that work, along with explanations of why they work. If there is any single textbook any college student must have, it’s Outwitting. You're paying massive amounts of money to attend college. This $3.99 will multiply the value of that investment many times over.
Outwitting College Professors is the perfect gift for a graduating, college-bound, high school senior! And, if you're a college prof, and 5% of your students take Outwitting's advice to heart, your classroom experiences will be significantly more rewarding than they are at present.
|Publisher:||John Janovy, Jr|
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About the Author
About the author: John Janovy, Jr. (PhD, University of Oklahoma, 1965) is the author of seventeen books and over ninety scientific papers and book chapters. These books range from textbooks to science fiction to essays on athletics. He is now retired, but when an active faculty member held the Paula and D. B. Varner Distinguished Professorship in Biological Sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His research interest is parasitology. He has been Director of UNL’s Cedar Point Biological Station, Interim Director of the University of Nebraska State Museum, Assistant Dean of Arts and Sciences, and secretary-treasurer of the American Society of Parasitologists. His teaching experiences include large-enrollment freshman biology courses, Field Parasitology at the Cedar Point Biological Station, Invertebrate Zoology, Parasitology, Organismic Biology, and numerous honors seminars. He has supervised thirty-two graduate students, and approximately 50 undergraduate researchers, including ten Howard Hughes scholars. His honors include the University of Nebraska Distinguished Teaching Award, University Honors Program Master Lecturer, American Health Magazine book award (for Fields of Friendly Strife), State of Nebraska Pioneer Award, University of Nebraska Outstanding Research and Creativity Award, The Nature Conservancy Hero recognition, Nebraska Library Association Mari Sandoz Award, UNL Library Friend’s Hartley Burr Alexander Award, and the American Society of Parasitologists Clark P. Read Mentorship Award.