**Comment**: Oh boy, Thermodynamics. To be fair, Thermo is a subject that I figure very, very few instructors can make seem exciting, but Professor Tullman-Ercek was not one of those people. Her lectures were the driest lectures from any ChemE course I've taken so far -- filled to the brim with equation after equation, without any real emphasis on the relative importance of each one. Problem sets were consistently difficult, often involving various assumptions that had not been discussed in neither lectures nor the textbook (which was equally as bad as the lectures for understanding the material, but at least I wasn't forced to sit through 3 hours of having the textbook read to me each week). Midterms were easy relative to the problem sets, with true/false and fill in the blank sections as well as straight calculation problems. The final wasn't too bad, but was slightly more difficult than the 2 midterms. The one redeeming part of this course had to have been the head GSI, Michelle. Her office hours were always packed the day before problem sets were due, and she would always be incredibly helpful and answer everyone's questions. Once they realized that nobody was really understanding what was going on, the GSIs added a course Piazza page, which turned out to be extremely helpful due to (once again) Michelle answering every single question that got posted. Overall, I'm just glad this course is over, although I did learn a lot (again, thanks Michelle).