Q: What is your name, the courses you teach and hometown?
A: I’m Todd Beitzel, an Assistant Professor for criminal justice. I’m from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Q: What do you love about being an Oiler?
A: We have some very hardworking students who are very enthusiastic, who also have good values and good ethics. They approach education with a lot of integrity.
Q: What do you enjoy outside of the classroom?
A: I really enjoy working with the criminal justice/forensic science student organization and the Student Government Association. It’s where you see students develop both as individuals and leaders.
Q: Name a student in whom you can see professional change?
A: Alyssa McWilliams was a freshman who was reserved and unsure if criminal justice was right for her. But now, Alyssa is our CJ/FS Club president and help to double the participation.
Q: Do you have advice for students making their college decision?
A: Pick something you have a passion for. All of us want to get paid well and have a comfortable life, but it’s much more enjoyable if you can find something you have enthusiasm for.
& HIGH VALUE