The Center for Faculty Excellence is very pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017-2019 Teaching Enhancement Awards (TEA)!
The awards were established to promote the scholarship of teaching and learning at Cleveland State University. In keeping with the University’s mission of student success, this year’s awards focus on faculty who are interested in initiating and developing projects that make substantial changes in pedagogy or delivery methods for the promotion of student success and retention. The primary targeted courses are lower division/high enrollment.
The Center for Faculty Excellence received more good proposals than it could fund this year. Two outstanding proposals were selected to receive the Teaching Enhancement Awards (TEA):
|TEAM Members||TEACHING ENHANCEMENT AWARD||YEAR OF AWARD||DEPARTMENT|
|Drs. Anne Berry and Sarah Rutherford||Introduction to Visual Technology Course Redesign||2017/2019||Art and Design|
|Drs. Allyson Robichaud and Marcus Schultz-Bergin||Improving Moral Reasoning for Engineers||2017/2019||Philosophy and Comparative Religion|