The Center for Engaged Teaching and Learning offers mini-grants to faculty and staff to infuse high-impact, active-learning practices into their courses, programs, or co-curricular activities and for travel to conferences, workshops or seminars relating to high impact practices and active learning. Mini-grants are competitive, based on applications and available funding. Recipients are required to write a culminating report and share with the campus community.
Congratulations to the five faculty who were awarded Mini-Grants this semester!
The CETL Advisory Committee approved 6 grants totaling $13,200. Be sure to ask the faculty about their projects!
Brett Cook, Exercise Science – Functional Movement Screen Kit and Certification
Nate Gross, Theater – Spring Musical Collaboration with OCTC and Brescia
Krystal Hamorsky, Chemistry – Analytical Chemistry and Beyond
Justin Trulen, Math – Bringing Clickers into the Classroom
Cindy Wolfe, Biology – (1) Genomic Analysis and “Wet-Lab” Cell Biology Methods and (2) Two-Hybrid System for Identification of Interacting Proteins
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