Lessons Learned From Winners of the 2022 Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize

James Hilton, Vice Provost for Academic Innovation - In this session, each of the five winners of the 2022 Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize (TIP) will briefly explain a challenge that their innovation addresses, how they implemented their innovation, and the innovation’s impact on student learning. After these 5-minute presentations, audience members will have time to ask follow-up questions. The session will be moderated by James Hilton. TIP recognizes U-M faculty (or faculty teams) who have developed original, impactful projects to foster student learning, and the 2022 award focused on innovations in two domains: 1) remote and hybrid teaching developed in response to the pandemic and 2) anti-racist and inclusive teaching. This year’s competition drew 57 nominations from 15 U-M schools and colleges.

This year's TIP awardees and projects are: 

  • From Welcoming to Belonging: Community-Engaged Research with Schools in Support of Newcomer Migrant Students, Michelle Bellino (Education) 

  • LIFE: Longitudinal Interprofessional Family-based Experience, Olivia Anderson (Public Health), Kate Balzer (Office of Patient Experience), Thomas Bishop (Medicine), Karen Farris (Pharmacy), Mark Fitzgerald ( Dentistry), Debra Mattison ( Social Work), Danielle Rulli (Dentistry), Laura Smith (College of Health Sciences-Flint), and Peggy Ursuy (Nursing) 

  • Shifting Eurocentrism, and Enhancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Specialized Lyric Diction and Vocal Literature Classes, Timothy Cheek (Music, Theatre, & Dance) 

  • Simulating Interactions Between Science and Policymaking, Josh Pasek (LSA) 

  • Slack Bots for Remote Asynchronous Education, Elle O’Brien (Information)

 

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