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Upstate professors named among nation’s best

Staff Report
Published April 3, 2012

The Princeton Review honored several South Carolina professors, including nine from Upstate universities, in its list of the 300 best professors.

The Princeton Review partnered with and identified more than 42,000 professors who had been rated by students on the website. The publication combined that data with its own surveys to create a list of 1,000 professors before getting more input from schools. Editors at The Princeton Review made the final selections.

Clemson University, Furman University, the University of South Carolina, Wofford College and College of Charleston had professors included in the list.

At Clemson, winners were:

  • Paul Christopher Anderson, history
  • Robert Kosinski, biology
  • Robin Kowalski, psychology
  • Karen Pressprich, chemistry
  • Stephen Schvaneveld, chemistry

At Furman, winners were:

  • Charles Brewer, psychology
  • Timothy Fehler, history
  • Margaret Oakes, English

At USC, winners were:

  • Bradford Collins, art history
  • Tom Hughes, business law
  • Mariah Lynch, accounting
  • Mark Sibley-Jones, literature

At Wofford, the winner was:

  • Charlie Bass, chemistry

At the College of Charleston, winners were:

  • Devon Hanahan, Spanish
  • Martin Jones, math
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