When I initially enrolled in Dr. Lindsay's Personal Development 100 course, my only goal was to gain some fresh ideas that may benefit my professional growth. What I actually gained has been an invaluable set of lessons offering insight into any area of my life: Professional development, marriage and parenthood, friendships, and personal health. There truly is no area in my life where Dr. Lindsay's lessons are not applicable. - Mark S.
“One specific thing about this course that it made it most beneficial to me was Professor Lindsay. He is by far one of the best professors I have had and sets a high standard for college professors.” - Anonymous Student Evaluation
"Dr. Lindsay, thank you for all your hard work and amazing teaching. You challenged me to think critically about the world around me, and your Race, Racism, Power, and Education in the U.S. class is going to be one of my fondest memories of my college years. You encouraged and inspired. You had a genuine dedication to the education of the students you taught, and I am forever grateful and indebted to your work. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for all you have given to the Honors College and for pouring into the lives of UIC students. It's made a world of difference in my college journey and in my life—I'll never be the same. Peace and blessings upon you as you transition." - Anonymous Student Evaluation
“The articles gave insight into other cultures facing racial discrimination, not just African Americans which are what the 2 books we needed to read were about.” - Anonymous Student Evaluation
“The way each student was able to bring his or her own person experience to the class made the class truly interesting.” - Anonymous Student Evaluation
“I really liked the class discussions we had. Professor did a great job facilitating the discussion. He made sure discussion didn't go off topic and not interrupt it at the same time.” - Anonymous Student Evaluation