Curriculum Innovation Grants

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Curriculum Innovation Grants are awarded to faculty to support projects and innovations that both enhance the quality of student learning experiences and develop local expertise in priority areas within colleges and departments across the University.  The next call for proposals will be announced in September 2014.  We will be providing further information as this date approaches.

Congratulations to the 2013-2014 Curriculum Innovation Grant Awardees:

Principal Investigator Department Project Title
Sally Amen
Kristin Harvey
Bindu Viswanathan
Statistics Course Transformation Proposal for SSC 328M Biostatistics
Alan Cline
Elaine Rich
 
Computer Science Fundamentals of Reasoning for the Electronic Age
Andrew Ellington
 
Biochemistry Learning Resources for Credit by Exam in Biochemistry
Joseph Straubhaar Radio, TV, and Film Evaluating and Incorporating New Digital Assessment Tools to Scale Up RTF 305 WB for Larger Enrollments and Extension to Other Campuses
Amanda Little
Terry Falcomata
 
Special Education Creation of Online Certification Program in Applied Behavior Analysis and Special Education
Julia Guernsey
Cara Biasucci
Jess Miner
Art and Art History Ethics Integration Initiative
Jeff Hellmer
 
Music Adapting UTAustinX Jazz Appreciation to the University Classroom
Douglas Biow
Mary Neuburger
 
CREEES/CES Inter-Institutional Distance of Less Commonly Taught Languages
Mark Longaker
 
Rhetoric and Writing Improving RHE306 by Moving Instruction Online

Pat Davis
Kamran Ziai
Rochelle Roberts
Min Liu

Pharmacy Curriculum Innovation in Pharmacy: Exploration of Best Practices to Support Active Learning in a Synchronous Multi-site Learning Environment
Janet Walkow
 
Pharmacy Take Your Medicine Version 1.5
Eric van Oort
Mitch Pryor
Pradeep Ashok
Petroleum Engineering Case-Based Drilling Curriculum: Integrating Real Time Collaboration Center with a Hardware-in-the-Loop Drilling Simulator
Michael Webber
 
Mechanical Engineering Developing and Implementing a Sustainable Monetization Model for Online Learning

Jay Banner

David Allen

Geological Sciences/ Chemical Engineering

Sustainability Education at UT Austin and Beyond

Contact ctl-grants@austin.utexas.edu for additional help.