Good teaching is more art than science
Originally published on Poets & Quants
"With these 40 B-school profs, the word passion doesn't seem to serve justice. They want to see students flourish, and in some cases go to great lengths to make it happen. Everything starts and ends with an innate passion to see students do more than just thrive in their careers. These teachers want to see their students succeed at life. If you're fortunate enough to be taught by one of the top undergraduate professors on this list, be prepared to be challenged and asked to meet high expectations.
Holly Schroth, a senior lecturer at Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, holds Faculty “Honor Role” and teaching excellence merits dating all the way back to 1992. Her claim to fame stems from the ability to impart negotiation and conflict resolution skills to undergraduate, graduate, and executive education level students in engaging and meaningful ways. Students say Professor Schroth takes the time to make her material relatable and memorable and she demonstrates a unique understanding and compassion toward students. Previously, she was named a favorite professor among undergraduate business students by BusinessWeek.
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