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Susan Schalge
Professor in the Anthropology department
at Minnesota State University, Mankato, MN
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Overall Quality
3.3
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Hotness
Helpfulness
3.3
Clarity
3.4
Easiness
3.4
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8 Student Ratings
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05/10/2013
poor
1 Helpfulness
3 Clarity
4 Easiness
Anthro 240 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: You need it sometimes Rater Interest: Low Grade Received: N/A

Thank goodness this is her last semester teaching linguistics. She is a great grader and test maker. Her videos are so old. We were supposed to ignore the stereotypes and generalizations but they're radical for this generation and is highly distracting to the actual material being learned. The !linguistics! book had grammar errors everywhere.

12/07/2011
average
3 Helpfulness
3 Clarity
3 Easiness
ANTHR230 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: Essential to passing Rater Interest: It's my life Grade Received: N/A

I wasn't a fan of this class. I was very very interested in the contents of this course, and she just kind of made it not-fun somehow. I found myself putting more time into this class than my other more major-related classes. Very frustrating.

05/23/2009
good
3 Helpfulness
4 Clarity
4 Easiness
ANTH240 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: You need it sometimes Rater Interest: Sorta interested Grade Received: N/A

Good professor, although the 1st half of the semester was much more interesting than the 2nd half, which was more like a sociology class. Her assignments were easy, there were 2 exams & a comprehensive final; I never had to read the text & or study; the worst part was the 15 required outside hours of service learning! Overall class was boring.

08/30/2007
good
5 Helpfulness
3 Clarity
1 Easiness
Anth101 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: You need it sometimes Rater Interest: Meh Grade Received: N/A

Dr. Schalge is a bright, interesting teacher. She's focussed, dedicated to her work, and she has high expectations of herself and those around her. And yeah, she's very hot!

08/10/2006
good
5 Helpfulness
5 Clarity
5 Easiness
Senior Project Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: N/A Rater Interest: It's my life Grade Received: N/A

Although there is no "teaching", Dr. Schalge was very helpful with ideas, proof-reading, and enthusism. She is a great professor. As for non-physical grad program..that is not true. The degree offered is a MS not MA and all 4 areas of anthro are addressed. She is coordinator but not only field.

06/26/2006
good
5 Helpfulness
5 Clarity
4 Easiness
Cul Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: N/A Rater Interest: Low Grade Received: N/A

I found Schalge to be a really interesting professor. Yes, there is a lot of reading, but it was interesting and easy to read. She has knowledge of her field and has great personal stories of her time living in Africa. This was the only anthropology class I took, but it was one of my fav classes in college.

04/13/2006
poor
2 Helpfulness
2 Clarity
3 Easiness
ANTH 332 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: N/A Rater Interest: It's my life Grade Received: N/A

Really boreing, never really says anything worthwhile. Tons of reading and she makes you do volunteer work that has nothing to do with the class (happens in all her classes). If you can avoid her do it.

11/11/2005
poor
2 Helpfulness
2 Clarity
3 Easiness
Culture Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: N/A Rater Interest: Sorta interested Grade Received: N/A

Nice person but not very helpful. Talks at you not to you. If you have a question better try and get help from another faculty member. If interested in Bio.Anthro for grad studies don't go here. She is coordinator and it is all about Cultural anthropology.

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