By Alex Van Meir
This week William Peace University appreciates Tiffany McKenzie, an adjunct professor in the psychology department at William Peace University. Although McKenzie has not been with the university for long she is making a profound impact upon the students within the Psychology department as her classes are not only educational but also fun.
The person who appreciates all of McKenzie’s hard work within the psychology department is senior Rachael Peoples.
“McKenzie is a very helpful professor as she is there for all of her students regardless of what class you are in,” said Peoples. “There are no surprises in her class or on her tests so she always sets us up for success. She is always willing to take the time to answer your questions and if she can’t help you she will take the time to find someone who can. I mean everyone in the psychology department knows McKenzie and they always say they love her as a professor. Honestly I have never heard a complaint about her or any of the classes she teaches.”
Peoples is thankful for McKenzie always being there to listen to her talk whether it be about school or life.
“I am thankful for all the talks in general we have had over the past years about my personal life,” said Peoples. “I can’t really pick out one talk that I’m not thankful for. She gives me advice about life. Also she gives me advice on how to help people with psychological disorders that way I can understand their behavior and help them in any way I can. I love being able to learn more about these disorders since some of the important people in my life suffer from these and I want to be able to help them in any way I can.”