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Edmund Walsh

Professor in the English department

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really boring teacher...monotone voice which makes class painful especially at 9 in the morning knows what he is talking about but wont look you in the eyes and isnt very articulate....wouldnt take his class again...EVER
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He is an awful teacher. He is very awkward in class. For example when he talks to you he will never make eye contact. I found it hard to respect him.
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I had him this year, and he was always super late to class. When he was on time, he spoke for like 3 minutes. He wasn't descriptive with essay prompts either. Absolute disaster of a class, not a good teacher. Sorry
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Professor qualifications determine the quality of education students get at a university. Thus, student reviews of professors are an essential part of choosing an institution to attend. Here, you can find a number of student reviews on the work and skills of Edmund Walsh, a Professor in the English department at The Catholic University of America. The university is located in Washington, USA. The institution requires professionalism from its teaching staff and regular training courses attendance to maintain a high level of educational skills.

This university professor has received 4 reviews from former and current students, as well as some other guests. The majority of the submitted reviews are negative. N/A people note the high quality of professor’s classes. 4 comments find the skills of Edmund Walsh lacking in a certain area of academic abilities of teacher-student relations.

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