|School:||Washington University in St Louis|
|Location:||Saint Louis, MO|
|I wish I'd read these reviews before enrolling in any of Hudson's courses. I would have known what to expect from him. Yes, there are some know-nothing students who appreciate the fact that he teaches absolutely nothing, but this outrageously unimpartial to the rest of us who pay great money to "learn" something from the IA program. Do avoid this creep.|
|I took Repps class against the advise of all the negative reports on this site & I'm so glad I did!! It turns out, lots of students enjoy his courses & go back to take more of his courses (including myself). His style of teaching is discussion-based rather than courses. I found him to be quite accommodating both in & outside of the course work...|
|How is that this ignoramus continues giving courses at Wash U? He is the most bias,mean and biggest bully I've ever met. Why is that nobody complaint with the school about him, is beyond comprenhension. His knowledge and experience about the subjects he teaches is abismal. He just gives a bad reputation to an otherwise amazing University.|
|He's a friendly guy. If he likes you, the class will be fun, but he is almost hurtful if he doesn't. Too strict on attendance and doesn't trust students. He can give opportunities to those he does like. Not a great addition to WashU. I wouldn't take him, just on the off chance he doesn't like you.|
|This was the absolute worst class I ever took at WashU. I thought I would learn something about NGOs. What I got instead was a series of unstructured and discussions that were so disorganized, we barely referenced any of the numerous and expensive books he made us buy. You can find better ways to waste your money than this, so avoid it if you can!|
|For a guy who doesn't seem to know much about teaching, but still offers courses on topics he has no qualifications for, Repps has quite a racket going at UCollege. If you play along & pretend he's an outstanding teacher you'll get an A; if you challenge his limited knowledge, your grade will suffer. Also, the "textbooks" this ignoramus uses are a joke|
|Avoid this prof. at all cost. He likes to discriminate and is abusive. He grades very unimpartially. He will not take into consideration other course work you have done. He should not be teaching. Does not prepare his courses. A disgrace for Wash U|
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