I decided to look back at my freshman year classes, both fall and spring semesters, and observe how many male and female taught my classes. In the fall semester I took four classes. It totaled evenly to two classes were taught by male professors and the other two were taught by female professors. Looking in my spring semester, I took five classes. In those five classes only one male professor taught one class and the other four classes were taught by female professors. Observing this data all together gives a 3:6 ratio. I have observed that I have had more female professors than male professors, overall. As I observed this, I don’t notice a difference because these professors are given the same material to teach students within their department.