Gilbert Whitaker Fund: Stage I Grants Awarded

Biostatics and epidemiology faculty working together to train graduate students in statistics. Musical Theater faculty studying the Estill Voice Training system in order to integrate the methods into their department’s curriculum. Law professors from different fields co-teaching legal writing to upper-level law students. Engineering and Technical Communications faculty collaborating to develop teaching modules that will advance student writing skills in a range of technical genres.

CRLT: Center for Research on Learning and Teaching LogoWhat do these projects all have in common? They’ve all just been awarded funds through the first stage of the Gilbert Whitaker Fund for the Improvement of Teaching. Folow this link for the full list of awardees—eight faculty teams representing more than a dozen departments—and details about their projects. 

Established in 1995, the Whitaker Fund grants support collaborative groups of faculty pursuing projects aimed to develop and deepen their commitment to excellent teaching and learning. The $10,000 grants support a wide range of teaching initiatives. You can learn more about the grants here.

Information about other CRLT grants can be found on our Grants Page

 

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