During his most recent semester as a professor at Texas State University, Mark Loewe taught Physics 3320, Introduction to Mathematical Physics, Part II. All student comments from official course-instructor surveys are transcribed below; no comments are excluded and all were given anonymously.
Dr. Loewe is a good teacher who expects a lot from his students. He's always willing to help students. He's tough but fair.
Dr. Loewe is very knowledgable about this subject and he effectively conveyed this knowledge to me. I have learned more math that I find useful than I have in some math classes. Dr. Loewe's teaching style of assigning lots of homework made me learn the material, and I don't think I'll forget it anytime soon. Also, I enjoyed the class.
I really enjoyed this class -- a good overview of things forgotten -- the homework was intense but understanding was gained if homework done. I have probably learned more math from Loewe and Olson than everyone else.
Dr. Loewe is a good instructor who cares about his student's performances. I found the class beneficial but I would have liked the pace to be just a bit slower. More examples in class would have been good. Dr. Loewe is patient and works well with students on an individual basis. Overall, I enjoyed the class a lot. Thanks Dr. Loewe.
Dr. Loewe presented a tremendous amount of material in a short period of time. But he presented good enough that it is not overwhelming. The book, however, I believe did not help very much in my understanding of the material. Dr. Loewe was a great help when approached.
Dr. Loewe is a good teacher who incorporates actual usasage of math physics into physical problem we may soon encounter as physics majors. The homework was a lot, but he is more than willing to be helpful.
a very difficult class for me. yes, I learned a great deal, but my grades don't reflect it. (unfortunately)
Mark Loewe, Libertarian, for Congress, United States Representative, District 35, Texas