I am a math major. My favorite math professor is easily Dr. Christopher Catone. Dr. Catone is articulate, layed back, and challenging. I learn the most in his courses. He pushes us to work hard, but somehow makes us enjoy the process.
In the humanities, Dr. Alberto Cacicedo has made a lasting impression on me. I took an honors composition class in my freshman year with Dr. Cacicedo and am still reaping the benefits of having studied under his supervision. No one at Albright College is more dedicated to their students. Dr. Cacicedo actually read and thought about each paper he graded and then handed it back with lots of comments on the paper along with his own typed up suggestions for how to make the paper better. He allowed us to rewrite each paper until we were happy with our score. This allowed me to improve my writing considerably.
This is honetly a difficult question! I think that after pondering this question for about five minutes my answer would have to be Professor James Gaffney!!! The funny thing is that he is not even one of the professors from my major! He was my english teacher for both semesters of my freshman year and he was great! On the first day of class he gave our entire class a guarantee that he would always be there for us, whether it was for class or any other problems we were having and it was a guarantee for life, not just for when he was our teacher. Through his class, I learned a lot about myself and I grew to understand a lot of different things and appreciate every experience because of his class! And the reason why I am a psychology major is because of him also...he told me to follow MY dreams and not the dreams of what others would like me to be!!!