Lessons Learned From Winners of the 2023 Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize
In this one-hour virtual roundtable, each of the five winners of the 2023 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. This event is part of UM's Enriching Scholarship Conference and will be moderated by James Hilton, Vice Provost for Academic Innovation.
TIP recognizes U-M faculty (or faculty teams) who have developed original, impactful projects to foster student learning. In this year's winning innovations, reinvigorating student engagement and prioritizing equity-focused teaching were prominent themes.
This year’s competition drew 36 nominations from 12 U-M schools and colleges. The 2023 TIP projects and awardees are:
- The Abrahamic Sensorium, Rebecca Wollenberg (LSA - Judaic Studies) and Yasmin Moll (LSA - Anthropology)
- Architecture and Artificial Intelligence, Matias del Campo (Architecture & Urban Planning)
- Humanize the Numbers: Using Photographic Collaboration to Expose the Humanity of Incarcerated Individuals, Isaac Wingfield (LSA - Residential College)
- Lettersmith: A Writing Support Tool That Provides Structured Guidance and Encourages Metacognition, Julie Hui (Information)
- (Re)Politicizing Engineering Knowledge Through Racism-Conscious Engineering Instruction, James Holly, Jr. (Mechanical Engineering)
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