Center for Faculty Excellence

Teaching Enhancement Award Winners

The Center for Faculty Excellence is excited announce the 2016-2018 Teaching Enhancement Awards.

The Teaching Enhancement Awards were established to promote the scholarship of teaching and learning at Cleveland State University. The Center invited faculty teams to submit their proposals aimed at revitalizing a lower division course. The awardees will receive a stipend for the team and will participate in over a yearlong project applying their proposed solutions.

First Name Last name Teaching Enhancement Award Year of award department
Eric Allard Course Revitalization Program for Introduction to Psychology (PSY 101) 2015-16 Department of Psychology
Katherine Judge Course Revitalization Program for Introduction to Psychology (PSY 101) 2015-16 Department of Psychology
Sandra Chincholkar Pursue-thru-Two: MTH 187 & 116 in 1 Semester 2015-16 Department of Mathematics
Mohsen Manouchehri Pursue-thru-Two: MTH 187 & 116 in 1 Semester 2015-16 Department of Mathematics
Emily Rauschert Revitalize BIO 202 course lectures through the incorporation of case studies 2016-17 Department of Biological, Geological, and Environmental Sciences
Ralph Gibson Revitalize BIO 202 course lectures through the incorporation of case studies 2016-17 Department of Biological, Geological, and Environmental Sciences
Steven Gubkin Utilize Microsoft OneNote with Tablets to facilitate communication in the MTH 181 course 2015-16 Department of Mathematics
Daniel Munther Utilize Microsoft OneNote with Tablets to facilitate communication in the MTH 181 course 2016-17 Department of Mathematics
Shawn Ryan Utilize Microsoft OneNote with Tablets to facilitate communication in the MTH 181 course 2016-17 Department of Mathematics