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Faculty Innovation Grant 19-20 Award Recipients  

3D Printing, Faculty Innovation GrantThe Teaching, Learning and Technology Center, together with the Faculty Senate IT Committee and the Digital Humanities Committee, is pleased to announce the awardees for the Faculty Innovation Grants. Proposals were rated based on a rubric which measured innovation, scalability (impact), cost, scholarship, maintenance, and currency of technology.

Faculty Innovation Grants (FIG’s) projects are devoted to cultivating innovation through the creation or application of learning objects, resources, or innovative approaches and the infusion of technology by faculty into their courses. Awardees will present their projects at Teaching Learning and Technology Roundtable Best Practices event in the spring.

The Future of Innovation in Teaching and Learning through Computer-Based Instruction
Natalie Neubauer
Caryn Grabowski
Speech-Language Pathology, School of Health and Medical Sciences

Assessment of Patient Interactions During Simulated Patient Encounters
Leslie Rippon
Vicci Lombardi
Athletic Training, School of Health and Medical Sciences

Standardized Interactive Module and Quiz for Safety Engagement for General Chemistry 1125 & 1126 Courses
Jacob Goldsmith
Cos Antonacci
Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences

Statistics Review Project
Eric Podchaski
Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

Using Technology is Strengthen Field Education in Social work
Dawn Apgar
Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

3D Printing for Biological Sciences
Erik Hill
Tina Chu
Angela Klaus
Biology, College of Arts and Sciences

Data Narrative Curriculum Development for Business Writing
Gregory Iannarella
English, College of Arts and Sciences

Categories: Science and Technology

For more information, please contact:

  • Renee Cicchino
  • (973) 313-6249
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