Tufts University: Christopher Morse - Chemistry - Professor ratings, reviews and much more | JumboAccess
First of all, let me say that Prof. Morse is obviously incredibly intelligent and knows chemistry like the back of his hand. BUT I feel that this class is deeply divided. You're either in the clique or you're not - think middle school. It's about 50/50 in terms of class distribution.
Personally, in his class, I had a very hard time though I ended up with a good grade. While he has office hours often, he is not always available. I would go to his office hours fairly often (at least 10 times for the semester) but it's always busy with people "just hanging out" "just there to say hi." Socializing often supercedes student needs. Often I would get about 5 mins of help before he needed to move on to someone else - not always chemistry related.
While I love a Prof. who can mingle with his students just like everybody else, I also want a PROFESSOR, someone who can be a mentor and guide. Professor Morse is closer to a college kid than a college professor.
A LOT of work. Problem sets take a long long time.
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