Supporting Teachers

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Susan Groff

Biology/AVID
Middle College High School
Santa Ana
California

Susan Groff is an inquisitive and enthusiastic Biology and Global Studies teacher at Middle College High School at Santa Ana College in Santa Ana, California. She is a lifelong learner who has participated in several fellowships: Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher Scholar to Japan (2002), Teachers for Global Classrooms Fellow to the Philippines (2015), Partners of the Americas Fellow for the Panama Teacher Match Program (2016), and NASA SOFIA (Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy) Airborne Astronomy Ambassador (2013). Recently, Groff has served as a Science Communication Fellow for Ocean Exploration Trust aboard the E/V Nautilus, NASA SUBSEA (Systematic Underwater Biogeochemical Science and Exploration Analog) Gorda Ridge expedition. Santa Ana Unified School District honored her with the 2010 SAUSD High School Teacher of the Year, and she also received the Outstanding Teachers of America Award from the Carlston Family Foundation in 2013.

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