OEE provides administrative support for the Creative Teaching Grants, a program that promotes instructional creativity and experimentation. The University Creative Teaching Committee administers the award and chooses awardees. Full-time faculty interested in applying should access the application manual available from the link below.

The 2017-2018 Creative Teaching Grant Application Manual and the 2017-2018 Creative Teaching Grant Proposal Cover Pages are now available. Applications should be submitted electronically and are due February 23, 2018.

Interested in knowing how past recipients approached the Creative Teaching Grant? Watch Michele Chiuini (Architecture) and Carla Earhart (Family and Consumer Sciences) each discuss how they formulated their topics.

Past Recipients

Karl Erickson (School of Art), Digital Art-Making Processes for 2D and 4D Foundations

Shannon Powers (School of Kinesiology), Facilitating Cardinal Zumba

Chris Flook (Department of Telecommunications), Women in Production: Senior Mentorship of Entering Freshmen

Stephen Gasior (Department of Biology), Virtual Epidemic Investigation

Allison Rober (Department of Biology), Pathways to Scientific Teaching: Improving STEM Education through Graduate Training in Science Education

James Flowers (Department of Technology), Green Prototyping and Upcycling

Sheryl Stump & Kay Roebuck (Department of Mathematical Sciences), MATHS 201 Redesign: Cultivating Excellence through Professional Collaboration

Heather Platt (School of Music), Synergizing Music and Art

Sadatoshi Tomizawa (Department of Modern Languages), Development of Multi-Media Materials for Teaching Japanese Kanji Writing System

Valerie Birk & Trenton Bush (Department of Family & Consumer Sciences), Wearable Art

Carla Earhart (Department of Family & Consumer Sciences), Reflections of the American Housing Dream

Michele Chiuini (Department of Architecture), Laser Scanner Applications in Historic Preservation

Kathryn Shafer & Donna Toll (Department of Mathematical Sciences), Creative Teaching Mathematics Project

Amy Leahy (Department of Family & Consumer Sciences), Development of Virtual Store Environment for Testing Student’s Buying Decisions

Chris Luke & Lisa Kuriscak, (Department of Modern Languages), Using Second Life to Learn a Second Language: Virtual World Language Learning

Leigh Ann Danzey-Bussell & Emese Ivan (School of Physical Education, Sport, and Exercise Science), From the Classroom to the Community: Legal Controversies in Sport Administration

Wendy Mortimer (Department of Theatre & Dance), Exploring the Potential of a Multi-Cultural Approach to Western Actor Training