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Mr. Doug Aversano

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Phone: (805) 756-6096
Office: 10-254



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Aversano is the best professor I have had at Cal Poly so far. He has an immense knowledge of the subject and can answer any and all questions due to his vast experience in the field. He identifies what material will be covered and then covers it, no messing around. If you put in the effort, you will get a fair grade. I hope I get to take another one of his classes soon.

Has experience in the field and strengthens teaching through sharing stories & practical knowledge. Approachable & understanding. Takes the time necessary to ensure students understand course material.

He knows everything you need to know about Fire and Society. I felt like I was learning from the best!

He made everything very clear especially for students that have no natural resources background like myself. He also set up multiple valuable field trips that significantly increased my understanding of the lecture material.

A dedicated instructor who knew what he was talking about and could apply it to his own experiences. His wealth of knowledge helped us better grasp the material.


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