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Appalachian State University
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George Ehrhardt

Professor in the Political Science department

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Ehrhardt is the man. Not always clear about his opinions, but its ok, he lets everyone express theirs, is never demeaning, always helpful, just an all around awesome professor. One of my favorites. He knows his stuff too, never refers to notes but is VERY clear and the class is very interesting. …more If u can take one of his classes, do it. He rocks less
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Awesome teacher, makes class interesting and teaches you a lot. Take him if you can.
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Hes goofy yet good. He assigns papers with due notice and the test are based on whats coverd. Study and come to class and you really like him.
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I would reccommend this class to anyone interested in politics in the least. You will learn soo much if you come to class and take notes. His tests are very difficult, but other assignments balance everything. Attend class, do your work and you'll make atleast a B. He really knows his stuff and …more will keep your attention. less
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RM is a horrible class. Not sure if its Ehrhardts fault or not. The lab is extremely painful. Very unclear, uninformative, boring, useless...you name it. Ehrhardt is always willing to help and is very friendly, but avoid RM like the plague
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This guy was so bad I changed majors from PolySci to Criminal Justice. It's an intro class, but he takes it WAY too seriously. I've been taking PolySci stuff all my life, know all the theory and everything, and couldn't pass his tests. WORST tests, and he made us do a stupid blog entry every week. …more Had to read 3 books, one was 600 pages. TERRIBLE!!! less
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horrible teacher. way too much work- a class you totally zone out in because it is so boring. He makes you read 3 books and post a blog weekly. His test are impossible! other then that he's great
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From some of the other comments made about Ehrhardt you'd think he was the Devil himself. If you go to class and pay attention you'll do great. Go to his office and talk to hm, he is more than willing to work with you. And try to ssay something in class, it will def boost your grade. Make sure he …more knows your name! Very impostant! less
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Boring, drones on and was not at all helpful. Tests are extremely hard and essays are very drawn out. Was really excited about taking the class until I realized what I was in for in a boring, unexciting teacher. He may teach other types of classes better, but for this upper level class,definitely …more should have left it up to someone else. less
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This class is a waste of my life! He is so boring, and it makes me not want to major in Poli sci.
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This university professor has received 20 reviews from former and current students, as well as some other guests. The majority of the submitted reviews are positive. 14 people note the high quality of professor’s classes. 6 comments find the skills of George Ehrhardt lacking in a certain area of academic abilities of teacher-student relations.

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