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Thomas Welch

Bachelor of Arts (English) - University of Florida
Master of Divinity - Trinity International University

Personal Interests/Milestones:
Disney Marathon - 2002, 2003, 2004
12.5 Mile - Swim Around Key West
6.3 Mile - Swim Around Ft. DeSoto
24 Mile - Swim across Tampa Bay (relay)
Underwater Hockey

Community Involvement:
Poet Laureate - Lake Cane Restoration Society
Board Chair Roper YMCA Family Center

Student Reviews:
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Office: West Campus

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Student Reviews...

From Students in REL2300: “Thank you for this great semester. I learned a lot of new things from this class. It has been a pleasure being in your class, and having you as my professor. Great teaching style!!!” “I enjoyed every minute of this class it was worth it. Being a part of this class, I have come to learn how tolerate other people's beliefs and how they practice it. l also learned how to take things easy, not to be in a hurry all the time, and to avoid unnecessary tension. l just wanted to encourage you to keep up the good work teaching. Thanks“ “It was a pleasure to watch your classes!” “It's been a blast this semester. Thank you for being awesome!” “The professor is very knowledgeable in the matter and makes the learning experience interesting and easy to understand. He makes the students feel safe to express theirs ideas and respect others point of view.” “I enjoyed the class, the teacher is amazing” “Class setting was very easy-going and I always felt comfortable having (or listening to) the discussions we had within the lecture” “...this is one course everybody should take because it will make people more tolerant of each other.” “This class with this teacher was very interesting; He definitely knows how to catch students' attention.” “I would absolutely recommend this class. Professor Welch made some of the most hard to comprehend religions, understandable.” “Absolutely!!! He is very knowledgeable, friendly and respectful others point of view and ideas”
Last updated 5/22/2017