2021 STEM Center Teaching Enhancement Grant
2021 Teaching Enhancement Grant Recipients
Please feel free to review prior STEM Center Mini-Grant recipient applications below:
Dr. Adrian Villalta-Cerdas – Chemistry Dept.
Integration of virtual chemical experiences into General Chemistry II via ChemCollective Labs.
Dr. Dustin Gross – Chemistry Dept.
Flipping the organic chemistry prelab meeting
Dr. Ebrahim Karen – Engineering Technology Dept.
Enhancing students problem solving skills through blended learning
Dr. Hacer Varol – Computer Science Dept.
Developing a Student-Friendly Mobile Device Programming Editor to Increase Female Student Retention
Dr. Jessica Bedore – Agricultural Sciences Dept.
Developing Math Skills in Equine Science Students through Using Relevant Business Applications
Dr. Joseph Hill – Environmental and Geosciences Dept.
Building An Augmented Reality Sandbox
Dr. Julie Albert – Mathematics and Statistics Dept.
Foundations of Mathematics – Hands-On Practice with Educational Manipulatives
Dr. Mardelle Atkins – Biology Dept.
Living in the age of Personal Genomics -Your Privacy versus Personal or Societal Benefits (Case Study)
Dr. Philip Urso – Agricultural Sciences Dept.
Use of thermal scope to tranquilize deer for student involvement
Dr. Steven Hegwood – Chemistry Dept.
Supplementing Existing General Chemistry Laboratory Activities with Virtual Laboratory Experiences to Increase Student Engagement.
Dr. Sumith Yesudasan Daisy – Engineering Technology Dept.
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Smart Heating and Ventilation System development for urban Houses
Dr. Ulan Dakeev – Engineering Technology Dept.
Dr. William Shepperd – Physics Dept.