Roundtable Discussion Time is Here Again!
Thank you for your feedback about the first Assessment Roundtable events in the UC Crest Room. We are pleased to announce the second set of Assessment Roundtable Events to be held May 6th and May 13th. Click here for more information on times and to REGISTER. As before, TennTLC and OIRA staff will be available to aid in the completion of your program assessment template. Those in attendance at prior sessions received help in completing the first three columns of the plan. Come finish it out before you head into summer!
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Randi Addicott, Carrie Bailey, Lora Beebe, Patrick Biddix, Nikolay Brodskiy, Ann Contole, Mark DeKay, Jerzy Dydak, Luis Finotti, Alejandra Galindo, Emily Gray, John Hardwig, Mary Holcomb, Joseph Jarret, Sharon Jean-Phillipe, Lorna Keathley, Cheryl Kojima, Catherine Luther, Vasileios Maroulas, Tomas Martin-Jimenez, Lisa Murray, Mailssa Peery, Victor Ranft, Marsha Spence, Laura Trujillo-Mejia, Allison Weems and Emma Willcox!
We look forward to working with this wonderful group of recipients as they redesign or create courses. Thank you to all who applied!
Congratulations to the 2013 Creative Teaching Grant Recipients!
In conjunction with the Office of the Provost, the Tennessee Teaching and Learning Center (TennTLC) is pleased to congratulate the recipients of the 2013-2014 Creative Teaching Grants. The annual grants target faculty whose intent is to creatively redesign their courses, or major components of their courses, to include innovative approaches to student engagement in the learning process as well as creative utilization of new approaches to teaching.
The awardees for the 2013-2014 year are: Susan Groenke, Jackie Jacobs, Nitin Jain, Ramki Kalyanaraman, S. Mahadevan, Mary Jane Moran, Joy Radice, Robert Spirko, Christopher Stephens, Joseph Weigel, and Erin Whiteside. View their proposal topics, as well as past recipients, here.
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