“I am strongly committed to mentoring and advising students, helping each one build a strong set of research skills and develop the ability to think independently and communicate effectively, and exploring training and career options and facilitating progress toward trainees’ goals”
Susan Strome is a Distinguished Professor of Molecular, Cell, & Developmental Biology, and received the Excellence in Teaching Award after the 2012-2013 academic year.
0:25 What is your research focused on, and how does it affect your teaching?
0:54 How would you describe your teaching style or philosophy?
1:36 What has been your most transformative teaching experience?
2:56 How did you address your bottleneck?
4:37 What innovative teaching methods really work for you?
5:23 How do you assess the needs of your class?
6:06 How do you implement Clicker questions in your class?
7:06 How has your teaching changed based on feedback?
8:18 How do you feel about teaching large lectures?
9:04 What is the most satisfying thing about teaching for you?
Susan Strome Teaching Statement
Phone: (831) 459-4615
Office: 351 Sinsheimer