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Improvement of Teaching Grants
These grants support faculty efforts to promote the improvement of teaching at IU Southeast. Examples of eligible projects include the design of individual study units and learning modules, original design and production of materials and seed money for development of larger projects. The Improvement of Learning Committee determines guidelines and policies for these grants and makes recommendations to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs regarding their award. All IU Southeast faculty are eligible. Applications for Improvement of Teaching Grants (PDF) are reviewed by the Improvement of Learning Committee.
- Institute for Learning & Teaching Excellence (ILTE)
- Faculty Academy on Excellence in Teaching (FACET)
Recent Improvement of Teaching Grant Recipients
Susanna Crum, Funds to travel & residence at the Edinburgh Printmakers Studio to study nontoxic & less toxic printmaking processes.
Peter Galvin, Exploratory Trip to Ireland for a new study abroad program.
Melanie Hughes, Travel to co-present “Creating a Growth Mindset in a Remedial Math Modules Course” in Orlando, FL.
Bernadette Olson Jessie, Continuing education in forensic investigation (80-hour training course through Southern Police Institute and 4-day training program through UT’s Body Farm.
Sridhar Ramachandran, “Introducing Creative Design Opportunities into the Flipped Classroom to Encourage Collaboration, Innovation, Meaningful Discussion, and Hands-On Learning”
Valérie Scott, Exploratory trip to France for a new study abroad program.
Rachel Star, Travel to Chennai, India to give keynote lecture, “Women and Power: Challenges and Opportunities.”