2017 Successful Summer Teaching Grants

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Communication Sciences & Disorders
Kelli Evans: eLearning and Community Partners: Redesigning CSD 251
Health and Human Development
Harsh Buddhadev: Biomechanical Gait Analysis, Graduate class proposal
Neal Tognazzini: A Larger Sense of History: Expanding the Philosophy Curriculum
Political Science
Christopher Towler: Teaching Social Movements: from BLM to the Tea Party

College of Science and Engineering

Marc Muniz: Development of Modular Student-Centered Activities for a Transformed General Chemistry Curriculum

Woodring College of Education

Secondary Education
Verónica Vélez: Education and Social Justice Minor Curricular Redesign & Expansion
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