CPI Support for Pedagogical Innovation 2018-2019

CPI awarded Innovation Grants for the following faculty projects:

Lori Gruen Human Nature Course development
Makaela Kingsley  Funding for a student assistant who will also support Rachael Barlow's
Integrative Learning Project
Kia Lor,
Ellen Nerenberg 
The Power of Language II Symposium
Jeffrey Naecker  Funding to attend Advanced R Markdown workshop 
Ellen  Nerenberg    Support for student ethnographic interview projects for Italian 247
Anna Perez-Girones  Support for student assistant in Spanish for Heritage Speakers telepresence
course (SPAN 203)
Mary-Jane Rubenstein    Support for student assistant
Ao Wang  Funding to attend workshop in Dali China to incorporate an innovative curriculum 
for Creative writing in Chinese course


CPI awarded funding for student workers to support the following faculty working on pedagogical innovation projects:

Demetrius Colvin Organize Faculty of Color lunch series & student panel on classroom experiences
Lisa Dierker   Developing Content Materials for Digitial Intro to Psychology Course
Amy Grillo   Coordinate placements for the Practicum in Education Studies course
(EDST 310)
Lori Gruen   Development of a Course on Human Nature
Elijah Huge    Development of a "Pop-Up" library for Zilkha Gallery for a research, design,
and fabrication course
Jeffrey Naecker   Redesign Course in Behavioral Economics
Gabrielle Ponce-Hegenauer   Scaling a Student Tutorial Into a Small Lecture Course
Sasha Rudensky   Edit, Design, & Produce Photographic Book Mock Ups for Redesign of
Photography II Course
Lauren Silber (Shapiro
Center for Writing)
Update, Create, Organize, and Digitize Training Resources
Jesse Torgerson   Creating Imagined Geography of Past Worlds from Narrative Texts
Shellae Versey   Develop a Discussion Guide for Documentary Films for Community Psych
(PSYC 266)

These awards are supported by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.