Are these things my professor did serious enough to tell my adviser about?
I have a professor who did some things that seemed just very unprofessional and wrong, and I am wondering if I should approach my department adviser about them. Here they are:
-He asked the class if we had concerns about our projects. I said yes and that i wanted to talk to him about it. His phone rang, he put his finger up and said “not right now” and answered the phone. he never returned to me about my concern (it was his girlfriend btw).
-Me and another student wanted to know if he could give the class a couple extra hours after class to work, and he said “I don’t get paid enough”.
-I asked him if he could show me how to make something specific to my project and he told me to google it (I asked him multiple time to show me because I did not want to use google and he still said no).
-I asked him if he could help me use a dangerous equipment and he said “do it yourself”. I asked him if he could at least watch me, to make sure I don’t make mistakes because this was my first time using it, and he still said “do it yourself”.
Are these serious enough to tell my adviser about? Would he care? They just seem kind of horribly unprofessional.
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