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Eric Morser
(History/ Philosophy)


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Subject: Good Fit  (Jun 01 2004, 08:59PM)
Student: Anonymous (BSEd)
Class:Early American & American West (A)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 Dr. Morser is a perfect fit for Shippensburg University and the History Dept. in particular. His classes are not easy and require a lot of thought, but anyone can do well as long as they participate in the class, take good notes, and listen. Hopefully Dr. Morser will be back in the Fall. If he is - take him!
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Subject: Take him  (May 01 2004, 02:33AM)
Student: Anonymous (History)
Class:Early American history (B+)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 Dr. Morser is definitely worth taking. He wants students to do well and tries hard to make class interesting. He is a very nice guy and is accomidating. Take him if you have the chance.
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Subject: Great prof  (May 01 2004, 12:20AM)
Student: Anonymous (Social Work)
Class:World History 2 (B+)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 Dr. Morser was a really good prof. His belief is the best way to learn history is to tell it like a story. Everything flows so well in his class, and each day was like getting a new chapter of a great book. He keeps class entertaining and encourages jumping down one another's throats in debates without killing each other. I'm really sad that he may not be back next semester (although I've heard rumors that he might be here cause of what happened to another history prof)but if he is here TAKE HIM IF YOU CAN!!! You will not regret it. It's a rough class, but his teaching technique and willingness to help makes it sooo much easier!
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Subject: *Need a History Helpline--Take Morser  (Apr 21 2004, 07:33PM)
Student: Un-Identified History Student ()
Class:World History 1 & 2 (A)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 This proff is great! He tells you right off the bat that he doesn't want you to memorize every date he had ever mentioned or every detail of his lecture. He lets you know what is important, and what themes to take special notice of. WH2 consisted of lectures (just listen and take notes...if you contribute some thought however, it makes class go by quicker) 1 midterm, 1 final and a paper. What's great about Morser's class is that he really wants you to see the storytelling behind the straight facts the textbook throws at you, oh and his lectures are outlined. You also get your test study guide like a week in advance :D !!!!!So like I said, take him if you get a chance, if you need a history helpline....take Morser!
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Subject: Awesome Proff (Take him if he is still here)  (Apr 19 2004, 08:20PM)
Student: Anonymous (Art)
Class:Gen Ed World Histories (A)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 This guy is happy to be teaching this subject and makes it less of a "bore," while still educating you. He gives out study guides about a week in advance (I wish some of my other proffs did that :D wishful thinking there) I had no probs with the class, but I know anyone who does can catch him at office hours because he is always there...so if he is still around next semester...snag one of his classes and you won't be sorry :D
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Subject: Get him while he's here  (Jan 27 2004, 08:23AM)
Student: Anonymous (Finance/Econ w/ minor in History)
Class:World History I, taking II now (A-)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 I had him in the fall for World History I, now am taking him for World History II `cause he was really good. As I understand it, he may not be around after this semester, but there is a possibility that he might be here -- he isn't sure yet. He really does try to make classes interesting, and relies on discussions to do so. He has a great sense of humor, and if you get to know him, you'll be glad. Go to classes, because he does take attendance, I had three tests(including final) and three quizes for WHI, all medium difficulty, and am scheduled to have two tests(including final), two quizzes, and a paper for this class. Take him if you get the chance!
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Subject: ok  (Jan 09 2004, 10:32PM)
Student: Anonymous (History)
Class:Early American History (A)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 He is a really nice guy that wants you to do well. He gives a mid term and a final, and one paper. He gives you a study guide before each test that gives you a good idea of what essays will be on the test. He doesn't give the exact essays but gives you a feeling of what they will be. Know your dates. Class can get a little boring, but he is a good guy and wants you to do well.
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Subject: If you know how to write a paper, take him  (Dec 10 2003, 02:45AM)
Student: CJ (comm/journ)
Class:African American History (--)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 Morser made a 3 hour night class interesting. He knows how to get the class involved and if you have responsive classmates then expect engaging debates on hot issues. ABSOLUTELY NO tests for this class, 4 papers and attendance is what makes up the final grade. I definately suggest taking one of his classes.
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Subject: Good guy  (Nov 26 2003, 05:57PM)
Student: Derek (Histroy)
Class:Early American Histroy (B+)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 Take him, he is a good prof. tests arnt all that bad, he loves to debate in class, trys to make things intresting.
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