Audience feedback

After presentation at the Public Library – audience member wrote: “I heard the presentation about eyes at the library. This is just too good for others not to attend. Are there other similar programs being presented. I belong to a ladies group interested in educational program of about 20 minutes. “

A resident at an independent living facility told the student: “I am 92 years old, and today you reminded me that you are never too old to learn..”

After presentations to Alumni at the yearly Alumni Reunion an audience member wrote: “Thank you for the interesting and highly informative presentation that you made at our 50th class reunion on Monday. It was obvious that you enjoy the subject area and know a great deal about it. More important to me, you presented the material in a way that I understood what you were talking about. You are a great teacher and with your natural ability, you can influence a lot of young people at the University. I appreciate the way you handled an aging audience and kept them interested and talking about your presentation for the remainder of the reunion. For many of us, it was one of the high points of the three days. I wish you good fortune in wherever life takes you.”

From a student report: “The residents expressed their appreciation for me stopping by to give them the talk. They really liked it, and one of them even tried to recall one of the “Science and Me” series that they’ve heard. They commented that I spoke clearly and would be a very good instructor someday. That was encouraging to hear. That means they did retain something. It was good experience overall.”

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