Q: What is your name, the courses you teach and hometown?
A: Bill Doyle; environmental safety and health management; Williamsport, PA.
Q: What kind of hands-on learning is happening in your classes?
A: We study real, live cases. Instead of hands-on laboratory-type things, we study case studies and analyze them and critique them.
Q: What is your favorite part about teaching?
A: The best part about teaching in our program is the interaction with students from all different perspectives. We have students who are professionals working in the field; we have students from all over the world. It’s a real challenge – and it’s really fun.
Q: Outside of the classroom, what do you love to do?
A: I work with a number of our international students in the development of their research work and also help to get them acquainted with our culture. In addition, I really enjoy going on campus and just talking to students.
Q: What is your advice for a student making a college decision?
A: Find an area that they really have a passion for. For a place they really like, and then go for it.
Q: What do you love about being an Oiler?
A: I love the interaction that we have with the students and with the campus community. It’s really great.
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