Posted by Huiqiang Zhao on
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Oneof the most important elements that made me choose Seattle University Albers Business School was the quality and helpfulness of its faculty. Not only do they have the essential skills and deep knowledge in the fields, but also they are always willing to help any students succeed in such a tough job market. For example, I took Marketing 350 that was taught by Jay Lambe in my undergraduate program. He brought extensive real-world work experience and developed my marketing skills to a higher lever. He understood each student’s strengths and weaknesses. He did a good job in clarifying and explaining the concepts on some challenging topics as well as building a comfortable learning environment for his students. I became an active participant after taking his class. Moreover, he was always available to answer questions. You can imagine that if a professor has passion to teach, he would like to stay with his students as much as possible. Jay spent an immeasurable amount of personal time with the students to ensure they were fully prepared for the presentations. I often saw him on the weekend at school when I studied here. This is not all. Two years after taking his class, one afternoon I was walking in the hallway of Albers and ran into Jay. We both greeted, and then he asked me if I had a job because he wanted to introduce me to a growing marketing firm. I was totally shocked because I only mentioned to him once that I was interested in marketing. Jay just remembered it and tried his best to look for a good career fit for his student. I highly recommend any course that is taught by Jay.
If you want to read more about Professor Jay Lambe’s bio, please click here.
Written by Derek Zhao, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org