Lessons Learned From Winners of the 2024 Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize

In this one-hour virtual roundtable, each of the five winners of the 2024 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 Angela Dillard, Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education.

TIP recognizes U-M faculty (or faculty teams) who have developed original, impactful projects to foster student learning.Equity-focused teaching was the predominant theme of this year's winning innovations.

This year’s competition drew 40 nominations from 14 U-M schools and colleges. The 2024 TIP projects and awardees are:

  • Closing the Loop: Positioning Formerly-Incarcerated Students as Co-Instructors in Equity-Focused, Community-Engaged Decarceration Courses on Campus, Becca Pickus (Residential College)
  • Digital Sandbox for Experiential Model-Based Engineering Education, Vineet Kamat & Carol Menassa (Civil & Environmental Engineering)
  • Equity Analytics: A new course for addressing societal inequality, Christopher Rider (Business)
  • Stacked Mentorship Model, A New Model of Mentorship for Equity in Architectural Education, Irene Hwang (Architecture) & The Equity in Architectural Education Consortium
  • Supporting anti-racist teaching through the Health Equity via Anti-Racist Teaching (HEART) free online training course, Melissa Creary, Paul Fleming & Whitney Peoples (Public Health)

If you'd like to learn more about the other Enriching Scholarship sessions or register for the conference at large, please use this link.


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