Educational Research Projects Announced for 2020-2021
The Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence announces the educational research min-grant awards for the 2020 cycle.
Grants totaled $10,440 for three educational research projects. Grant recipients are:
- Patrick Gamez, assistant professor of philosophy; Amber Henslee, associate professor of psychological science; Susan Murray, professor and chair of psychological science: “Trying to Get It Right: Assessing the Impact of Formal Ethics Education on Undergraduate Engineering Students’ Understanding of Moral Issues.”
- Ana Ichim, assistant professor of economics, and Radu Puslenghea, assistant teaching professor of economics, “3 Minute Economic Shorts: Peer Teaching of Introductory Economic Concepts through Student Created Videos.”
- Clair Kueny, assistant professor, psychological science, and Venkat Allada, professor of engineering management and systems engineering, “Impact of Coordinated Community Partnerships and Interdisciplinary Curriculum using Experiential Learning.”
Since 2011, this program has promoted the scholarship of teaching and learning through funding projects that systematically examine pedagogical practices. The program is designed to help instructors tackle a teaching and learning issue in which a specific, measurable research question is examined to bring about improved student learning, retention, or academic success for all students.
2020-2021 Call for Proposals
2020-2021 Educational Research Proposal Template