|Faculty Instructional Development Committee lists awards|
The following faculty members were awarded Faculty Instructional Development Committee (FIDC) grants in December, January and February.
* Monika Pawlowska (communication and science disorders), “Instructional Materials for CSD,” $815
* Brad Rundquist (geography), “Five Alta II Reflectance Spectrometers for geography 374,” $624
* Mark Guy (teaching and learning), “Videos for Differentiated Instruction,” $346
* Wesley Smith (art), “NCECA 2008, 42nd annual conference,” $750
* Patrick Schultz (management), “Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) Educational Technology Research Symposium,” $750
* Mary Askim-Lovseth (marketing), “China: An Emerged Economic Powerhouse in the Global Economy,” $1,250
* Steven Dennis (finance), “Redefining Investment Strategy Education (RISE) VIII Conference,” $750
* Donna Pearson (teaching and learning), “Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) 19th International Conference,” $750
* Louise Pinkerton (music), “Broadway Bound: New York Showcase, New York, New York,” $750
* Katherine Scheurer (political science and public administration), “Political Documentaries,” $613.93
FIDC grant proposals may be used to purchase instructional materials, travel to teaching-related conferences, or other projects related to teaching. To submit a proposal, call the Office of Instructional Development (OID) for guidelines and materials or find the necessary information on the OID web site.
Proposals may be submitted at any time during the academic year and are reviewed on a monthly basis by the Faculty Instructional Development Committee. The next deadline is noon March 3.
Instructional or professional development projects that fall outside FIDC guidelines may qualify for funding through OID’s flexible grant program. For further information, or to discuss ideas and drafts before submitting a final proposal, contact me.
-- Anne Kelsch, Director, Instructional Development, email@example.com, 777-3325