Seven earn Teaching Enhancement Grants

Seven members of the faculty received fall semester Teaching Enhancement Grants awarded by the University’s Instructional Development Council. The grants total $4,000 and range in amount from $400 to $800. Recipients are:

• Denise Bartell, associate professor, Human Development
• Angela Bauer-Dantoin, associate professor, Human Biology, Women’s Studies
• Kathleen Burns, assistant professor, Human Development
• Regan Gurung, professor, Human Development
• Aeron Haynie, associate professor, Humanistic Studies
• Kaoime Malloy, associate professor, Arts and Visual Design
• Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges, associate professor, Human Development

This year’s grants primarily support participation at major conferences, including conferences at which the UW-Green Bay faculty members will be featured presenters. The University will send at least three representatives to the annual conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. The grant program was established to assist faculty members in enhancing their teaching skills or developing innovative teaching strategies.