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Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis
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Deborah Morton

Professor in the Journalism department

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Prof. Morton is a very kind and loving woman. But I believe she is deluded to the fact that she is an inspirational and enlightening professor. She is very liberal. If you want brownie points do a speech on their rich culture of black people, or something like that. The class is very easy, stand up …more and cite your sources and you will pass. less
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She likes to give hints towards students who miss class, or do something wrong in a speech. She puts people on the spot in a way where she doesn't actually say their name. My interactions about speeches and papers always received a response like "worry about making up the points in the next …more speech." Not my favorite professor... less
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Easy course with Ms. Morton. Very laid back. Speeches were easy and straightforward. Since this is a speech class, its all about public speaking. She will help as long as you ask questions or even critique your speeches if you like. The book will help you become a better speaker. Enjoyable course …more with Ms. Morton. less
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I don't ever want anyone else to have Professor Morton as a teacher. I took Africana Studies with her, and only learned about Africana Studies from our readings and the 3 or 4 guest speakers she brought in. She gave us a lot of busy work, and treated us like we were high schoolers. She is very …more condescending. Overall easy class though, just hated it less
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No, just no. an awful professor and an awful person.
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Deborah Morton is the most unkind professor I have ever had. She does not show up to her own classes and is constantly behind in a course that she has created. I know IUPUI has better standards than this!
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Professor Morton is the reason I stayed in college. She encouraged me and gave me the confidence to stay on my educational journey. I appreciate the way she supported me in this class. I was afraid to speak publicly - this class made a difference.
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I took this class during the summer session because I hate public speaking, but Professor Morton made this one of the best classes I've ever taken.
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I hate public speaking, but I loved this class! Professor Morton grades hard, but gives opportunity for extra credit, so you can always boost your scores. This professor is creative and let us have a good time, while still making us work hard.
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The class was easy because I had public speaking in high school. This was a little different because this professor wanted us to give speeches that related to real world issues that we care about -- so it made the class more interesting.
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