One question I was required to ask Dr. Ball. The other seven that I asked I came up with on my own terms. The question that was given to me to ask, ‘what do you think the value of a university education is?’ I thought every college professor would answer this question with a general response. However, Dr. Ball’s response was different from what I have heard from the professor I had while I was in high school and taking college classes. She told me, “how in the long run of things college pays for itself over and over again, and that educations helps you learn and grow into your full potential and you get to realize it along the way. It is a great experience full of things that you will remember for the rest of your life.”
My next question was what was her favorite thing about being a college professor. Dr. Ball responded by saying that, “there isn’t a better job to have where you are paid a good amount and you have the freedom to say what you want or how you feel and you can’t be judgemental, like if you were a high school teacher...
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...that they are real people.
The most interesting thing that I learned about Dr. Ball while I was interviewing her was how she didn’t know that this was she wanted to do for her life until she was five years into it. By saying that, it made me realize that it is perfectly acceptable to not know what you want to do. It takes time to figure your future out. You just need to do something and if you have to change your mind a few times that is okay.
I like to be know as a name at school, not just a number. It is nice the professors are real people who do care if you show up to their class. To me it is an awesome thing when professor take the time and ask how you are doing with this new change in life. By doing this interview, it helps with getting to know them, not just as your professor, but as a really human who cares about you and your experience while in college.
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