The William G. Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning announces the funding of three proposals intended to build and strengthen online learning at the graduate level.
These proposals were selected for their potential to expand online graduate enrollment and help instructors learn online instructional tools and current best practices.
The funded proposals are:
- “Master’s Degree Program in Natural Resources.” PI—Andrew Storer (Associate Dean, SFRES), $21,000.
- “Core Courses for Applied Sciences Education Masters.” PI— Shari Stockero (CLS), Co-PI— Emily Dare (CLS), Co-PI— Kedmon Hungwe (CLS), $10,000.
- “Pilot Development for Graduate Program in Powertrain Systems.” Co-PI’s—Jeff Burl (ECE) and Jeremy Worm (ME-EM/Mobile Lab Director), $5,000.