Course Enhancement Grants

In 2008 CETL was the beneficiary of a gift that funded several grant awards with the idea of supporting purposeful course redesign. The Course Enhancement Grant is awarded annually to encourage faculty to significantly re-think a course they teach in an effort to improve learning effectiveness and to facilitate that process.

A variety of instructional models, methods, and technologies may be considered as awardees work through the instructional design process. Additionally, involved faculty will participate in a CETL forum the following year to share their experiences, including perceived and measurable results, and submit a brief report that will provide a record of the project and can be reviewed by other faculty.

Past Course Enhancement Grant Awardees:

2013-2014

Revision of Religion 252: Hinduism - Matthew Sayers, Assistant Professor of Religion

Development and Pilot use of the REAL program - Walter Patton & Anderson Marsh, Associate Professors of Chemistry 

2014-2015 Course Enhancement Grant Information:

2014-2015 Course Enhancement Grant proposals are due to the CETL office by April 7th, 2014. The program announcement and proposal guidelines can be found here.