Local Prof Ranked First In Rate My Professor “Top List”

Jeremiah Knupp -- March 19th, 2010

Kimberly Duvall-Early, a psychology instructor at JMU, has been declared the highest rated professor in the nation by the Web site ratemyprofessors.com.

Rate My Professors is a decade old review site where students can anonymously rank their college teachers on a one to five scale in six different categories and leave comments. In this environment, which can often be caustic, Duvall-Early garnered comments like “Basically the epitome of a good professor” and “Professor D is absolutely amazing!”

The student newspaper of William and Mary mentioned Duvall-Early on in a blog posting on the list.

It’s the second time this week the university has made its way onto a “Top” list. Earlier it was announced that the College of Business was ranked 41st in the Business Week “Top Undergraduate Business Programs 2010” list.

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