3. Anna Marie Hibble
School: San Francisco State University
Why she’s on our list: With her dark, curly hair, Professor Hibble’s personal style is laid back, but her teaching style is a bit more structured.
Students say: “She's strict, and doesn't put up with any bull, but she really wants her students to become better writers and help them succeed!! Don't take this class if you expect a small work load, you have homework every night.”
4. Dr. Brendesha Tynes
School: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Department: Educational Psychology and African American Studies
Why she’s on our list: Dr. Tynes magically finds trendy fashion that is also completely work-appropriate. Clinton and Stacy would be proud.
Students say: “Dr. Tynes is a wonderful professor and role model. You'll learn so much from taking her class!”
5. Dr. Jennifer Aaker
School: Stanford University
Why she’s on our list: Dr. Aaker’s flowing blonde waves fit right in with her California school.
Fun Fact: Dr. Aaker does research on time, money and happiness. She asks questions like, “What actually makes people happy, as opposed to what they think makes them happy?” and, “How can small acts create infectious action, and how can such effects be fueled by social media?”