I spent a year with Prof March in two courses, and she is just fantastic. Extremely well-spoken and expert in public health. She was responsive to my emails and helpful even outside of course material. I wish she taught more courses!
Intro to Public Health - A good general survey of what public health is. She teaches it entirely and is very passionate about it. Low workload. A few typical research papers, which if you adhere to the rubric you're golden. I enjoyed it. Great TAs.
Your Longer Life - March only teaches a handful of the classes, and her lectures are enjoyable as usual, but Dean Linda Fried is the main professor (most of the material is directly from her research) and her lectures are slow, verbatim, slide-readings. Honestly, I tuned out for half of this class because of how repetitive it was. I wish it focused less on the value of older people and had more on how to facilitate healthy aging. The final group project (groan) had almost nothing to do with the content drilled into you during the course... it was a pie-in-the-sky climate change mitigation(???) design project. There is also an interview project which I found interesting.