Month: January 2015

Faculty Awarded Jackson Grants

Due to a generous gift from William G. Jackson, the William G. Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is pleased to announce the 2015 grant recipients. Nearly $55,000 in grants were awarded to instructors and teams of instructors at $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000 levels. These grants will support course/program reform or expansion projects using blended and online learning.

Lecturer Jason Gregersen and Associate Professors Todd King and Stefaan De Winter were awarded a $10,000-level grant for Extension of Blended Learning across the Calculus Sequence.

Ben Ong, Assistant Professor, was awarded a $1,000-level grant for Computational Science Models.

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Proposals in Progress, January 14, 2014

PI Cecile Piret (Math), “A RBF-based Frame Strategy for Bypassing the Runge Phenomenon,” NSF

PI Zhengfu Xu (Math/CSERI) and Co-PIs Jingfeng Jiang (Bio Med/CSERI), Mark Gockenbach (Math/CSERI) and Sean Kirkpatrick (Bio Med/CSERI), “EDT: Enrich Doctoral Training in Applied Mathematics to Advance Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research and Career Development,” NSF

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