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Professor Ratings & Grade Distribution Data for Jenna Gray-Hildenbrand

Gray-Hildenbrand
Professor (2013 – 2014)
Middle Tennessee (MTSU)
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4.0000****
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Rated by 4 students
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Spring Term 2014 Schedule
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RS 2030
RS 3020
RS 4030
RS 4800
WGST 4201

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RS 4800
Readings in Religious Studies:Women and Religion
5*****
I can't say enough good about Dr. Gray-Hildenbrand! She is a fantastic professor, enthusiastic about the subject, and sincerely cares about her students. This class specifically was a joy to take (and how often can you say that about a class??). Dr. Gray-Hildenbrand combined the study of feminism and religion in America to create a fascinating course for anyone remotely interested in either feminism or religion-- or both, of course. If you've ever considered taking a religious studies course at MTSU, look up Dr. Gray-Hildenbrand!
Professor rated by: English (MTSU and RODP) Student on May 10, 2013
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RS 2030
Religion and Society
5*****
Pros: Dr. Jenna is a wonderful, smart, and enthusiastic person who will know your name by the second class. She cares about her students and wants them to learn. She's very accommodating to all religious views as well as non-religious.

Cons: None whatsoever.
Dr. Jenna's RS 2030 class is excellent, but slackers beware. This is a college-level religious studies class; not Sunday School. She's a consummate professional and knows her subject inside and out. Loving baby Jesus won't get you a pat on the head and a gold star--you will have to do the work. I read the one-star review below, and it reeks of religious dispensation. For example:



“When you write your essay it better meet her criteria or she is definitely tossing your essay in the F pile…”



I hate to break it to you, but if you can't follow an assignment's simple directions, I think the F-pile if an appropriate destiny for your work.



Dr. Jenna give students every opportunity to excel. There are no trick questions on the quizzes or tests. She even hints as to what might be an essay question on the exams. Many test questions come from the quizzes, so they are a great study guide. Additionally, she's always available to answer questions after class or during office hours.



Students learn about creed, code, cultus, and community from a variety of religions.



Her enthusiasm is contagious, and her lectures and class discussions are a blast. Also, she grades the essay portion of the exams very fairly and gives good points for effort, unless you simply don't address the issue (see above).



If you fail this class, you've only failed yourself.



Sign up now--you'll never regret it.
Professor rated by: Philosophy (MTSU & RODP) Student on November 28, 2013
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RS 2030
Religion and Society
5*****
She knows what she's doing and knows a lot of information. She gets to know who you are and super friendly and understanding. I would recommend taking her.
Professor rated by: Mass Communication Student on January 9, 2014
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RS 2030
Religion and Society
1*
Pros: Quizzes are helpful because we are applying our readings to it. She is very enthusiastic about each class.
Cons: She acts more like an english teacher than a religious studies teacher. When you write your essay it better meet her criteria or she is definitely tossing your essay in the F pile and may show a little concern by just giving you a D+...I'm guessing for just effort...
If I were you don't even bother to take her she is a great person, but HORRIBLE teacher. I would recommend taking a different professor at an actual Christian school before taking her because I have done great in other religious classes until I had her as a professor.
Professor rated by: Student on October 23, 2013
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