Faculty earn fall 2014 Teaching Enhancement Grants

As part of the faculty development program at UW-Green Bay, the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning and the Instructional Development Council set aside grant funds to provide monetary support for professional development activities or projects that can lead to the improvement of teaching skills or the development of innovative teaching strategies.

Recipients of the fall 2014 round of Teaching Enhancement Grants:

• Assistant Prof. Christine DePouw, Education — Research on White Student Racial Identity Processes and Effects on Teaching and Learning

• Prof. Heidi Fencl, Natural and Applied Sciences —  Flipped and Blended Physics

• Associate Prof. Catherine Henze, Humanistic Studies — Improved Shakespeare Teaching: Attendance at Shakespeare Association Meeting

• Instructional Program Manager Patricia Hicks, Outreach and Adult Access — Assessing e-Portfolios to Improve Learning in the Integrative Leadership Studies Capstone Course

• Prof. Sarah Meredith, Music — Hosting Masterclass Teacher and Guest Pedagogue Prof. Don Simonson Workshop

• Assistant Prof. Eric Morgan, Democracy and Justice Studies — Imagining the Past: Integrating Immersion Games into the U.S. and the World Classroom – Attending Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations meeting

• Assistant Prof. Rebecca Nesvet, Humanistic Studies — Hosting: Into the Archives: A Pedagogy Workshop with A. Reid Barbour

• Assistant Prof. Megan Olson Hunt, Natural and Applied Sciences — Attendance of Joint Mathematics Meetings

• Associate Prof. Gabriel Saxton-Ruiz, Humanistic Studies — Pedagogy and Teaching Translation, attendance of American Literary Translators Association meeting

• Assistant Prof. Sawa Senzaki, Human Development —  SoTL Project and Attendance of Society for the Teaching of Psychology annual conference

• Assistant Prof. Alison Staudinger, Democracy and Justice Studies — Presentation on Deep Reading at the 2014 ISoTL

• Associate Prof. Georjeanna Wilson–Doenges, Human Development — Assessing e-Portfolios to Improve Learning in the Integrative Leadership Studies Capstone Course