I took a Theology class with Au and had a blast. It was right after convo, so it was like nice deep reflection after lunch every Tuesday and Thursday! I don't know if he's still around, but if you're looking for an engaging upper div Theo class, take him for sure.
Recording arts, professor of the year, easy test grades? Why not. This class fills up in Seaver 100 each time. Once a week class, half of it is him talking about his experience, the other half is usually a guest or a video. I took it as an elective on my way to graduating and had so much fun each time. I met agents, songwriters, the Eagles - the semester is packed.
A really passionate professor who you couldn't help but become just as passionate when listening to her talk about Asian Studies. Couldn't even think about missing one of her classes. Thoughtful, engaging and informative.
When I took him, he had a strong New York accent that kept his story telling pretty entertaining. He's prob lived in so-cal now so he's prob lost it, but his stories and examples are what I enjoyed about his classes most. In general, the MGMT classes Sergi teaches are ones people dread taking because they tend to be so boring, but with him - they turned out to be all right.
Hardest dude I ever took at LMU. Hardest to read, hardest to relate to, hardest to please. By the end of his class though, I learned more about the real world than I did in anything I ever tried out in college. His ENTR class in brutal as hell. No love, no mercy. But keep an open mind, don't take anything personal, and you will learn so much.
Kala is great. I took the 370-something ISQM class from him and actually took something away from it. He can keep people interested, and actually took the time to make sure everybody in the class got what was being taught. (If you didn't get it, that was your bad.) Loved the group projects because of all the cool ideas his class helped us think of.
My token Filipino professor at LMU. The class he teaches on the Filipino culture is invaluable - no other classes like that were offered. Plus, Florante is so in touch with the community here that so many speakers, activists, organizers and other folks who are passionate about Fil-Am culture are down to support him.
Down to earth, accessible and real dude. Showed the marketing/advertising world in real light and gave me a taste of the things to think about when working in the field. Lectures off powerpoints, which can get kind of dull - but the 2 group projects are pretty fun if you're in the right group. Keep in touch with him often about how you're doing on each of the projects you're working on, and you should have no problem doing well.
This guy's great. He's hilarious and funny to listen to. I might have fallen asleep in one of his classes, but I enjoyed his casual style. He's old, but probably relates to college students than most of the other staff I know at LMU. I'd probably would have gotten more out of the class if it wasn't once a week.
His sports marketing class is entertaining, for sure. It was interesting to see how sports worked from a business model/perspective. His experience as an agent really helped the class going. It was engaging and exciting to see all the speakers he brought in.
I'm a Filipino-American living life as a post undergrad making a start here in beautiful Los Angeles. I love the weather and diversity here and enjoy everything this city has to offer. I'm excited to … more