Through our partnership with UT Colleges and University Libraries, this grant provides seed-money for a year-long project in creating innovative course designs to improve student engagement and learning. Faculty implement course redesign and evidence-based teaching and learning practices, enhancing undergraduate education in particular, for diversity and inclusion, especially in core lower division, general education, or high-enrollment courses.
Recipients of the 2016-2017 Teaching Innovation Grants
In the College of Arts and Sciences:
Dr. Thorsten Huth (German)
Dr. Margaret Keneman (French)
Dr. Charles Sanft (History)
Senior Lecturer Bob Guest (Mathematics)
Grace McClurkin and Joshua Mike (Mathematics)
In the College of Engineering:
Dr. Stephanie TerMaath (Mechanical, Aerospace, & Biomedical Engineering) Dr. Kevin Kit Materials (Science & Engineering)
In the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences:
Dr. Sally Hunter Child, with GRA Hayley Moran (Child and Family Studies)
Dr. Stefanie Benjamin (Retail, Hospitality, & Tourism Management)
*Note: The Creative Teaching grant is now known as the Teaching for Innovation grant.