Walsh SoTL Grant Reports

Using Active Learning Techniques in Quantitative Business Courses
Kala Chand Seal, Ph.D.

A Dialogical Team-Teaching Method for Philosophy Instruction
Brad Stone, Ph.D. and Jeff Wilson, Ph.D.

Course Enhancement Through Student-Led Experiments to Assist With Program Accreditation
Jose A. Saez, Ph.D., P.E.

Developing Team-Teaching Strategies for a new Nanotechnology Course
Mel I. Mendelson, Ph.D.

So Many Persons not Myself - Moving Student Poets Beyond Self-Expression
John Menaghan, Ph.D.

Mathematics of Symmetry: An Experimental Core Mathematics Course
Blake Mellor, Ph.D.

Introductory Biology Lab - An Active Learning, Group-based Lab Course, Using a Team-Taught Modular Approach
Wendy Binder, Ph.D. and Gary Kuleck, Ph.D.

Building Conceptual Understanding in Introductory Physics
Vincent P. Coletta, Ph.D.

The Center for Teaching Excellence offers the R. Patricia Walsh Grants in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, to assist faculty in implementing pedagogical innovations in classes and in documenting the results of these innovations.

These grants are available to full time tenured and tenure-track faculty, follow the link above to find out about current grant opportunities.