• Arts at Michigan offers Course Connections Funding to support the inclusion of arts-based learning in the undergraduate curriculum. Faculty, instructional staff, and graduate student instructors are invited to apply for up to $500 for faculty-sponsored excursions, workshops, and projects related to courses. These funds may be used for admissions to museums and performances, workshops by visiting artists, and course projects, such as theatrical performances, exhibitions, etc. For projects that are integrated into more than one course, funding of up to $1000 will be considered. Please note: Grant funds cannot be used to pay for refreshments.

Link to ISL Grant Winners from 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009.

In March of 2008, CRLT awarded the following UM Faculty an Investigating Student Learning Grant. The competition is open, on the Ann Arbor campus of the University, to all tenured and tenure-track faculty; clinical instructional faculty; and Lecturers who have continuing appointments and course development responsibilities.

David Chesney. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, CoE
The Art and Science of Story-Telling in the Engineering Classroom

Jason Daida, Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences, CoE
Developing Pedagogical Methods That Facilitate the Translation of Problems into Computer Programming Solutions Read more »