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Instructional Innovation Grant

Female Faculty MemberThe Instructional Innovation Grant is intended to provide seed money to full­-time faculty members who wish to experiment with and to explore new methods of instruction that enhance student learning. Applications from individual faculty members are welcome. In addition, joint applications from two or more faculty members are acceptable within departments and programs, as well as across departmental, program, divisional and school lines. TLI will fund projects for enhancing teaching methods and strategies in courses at the undergraduate or graduate level. Single awards will range from a minimum of $500 to a maximum of $5000.

For details on applying for the 2013 TLI Instructional Innovation Grant, please download, "Guidelines for 2013 TLI Grants."

 

2012 TLI Instructional Innovation Grant Recipients

 

"A Geology Field Exercise Using a Customized iPad App" Prof. Patrick Kennelly, Department of Earth & Environmental Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, LIU Post, $3850

"The Caribbean Student Experience: An Examination of the Barriers to Teaching and Student Learning" (deferred to AY 2013-2014), Prof. Beverly Lyons, MPA Program, School of Business, Public Administration & Information Science, LIU Brooklyn, $2800

 

2011 TLI Instructional Innovation Grant Recipients

 

"Developing an Information Literacy App for Students" Dean Valeda Dent, University Libraries, $4050

"Management Negotiation Strategy" Prof. Patrizia Porrini, Department of Management, College of Management, LIU Post, $5000

"Smart Linguistics for Teachers," Prof. Helaine Marshall, Education, LIU Hudson, $900

 

2010 TLI Instructional Innovation Grant Recipients

 

"Conference of Elementary-Secondary Teaching & Learning (CESTL)" (continued funding), Prof. Dengting Boyanton, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education, Information & Technology, LIU Post, $2880

"Developing, Implementing and Evaluating a Public Health Course Based Service Learning Program for Pharmacy Students," Prof. Bupendra Shah, Division of Pharmacy Practice, Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy, LIU Brooklyn, $5000

"Enhancing STEM Engagement: Development of Supplementary Blended Material to Facilitate Student Engagement in Organic Chemistry," Prof. Jonathan Gough, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Richard L. Conolly College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, LIU Brooklyn, $5000

 

2009 TLI Instructional Innovation Grant Recipients

 

"Conference of Elementary-Secondary Teaching & Learning (CESTL)" ($3700), Prof. Dengting Boyanton, College of Education, Information & Technology, LIU Post

"Developing Student Research Competencies through Community Participatory Action Research" ($3800), Prof. Wendi Williams, School of Education, LIU Brooklyn

 

2008 TLI Instructional Innovation Grant Recipients

 

"Case Method Teaching in a Managerial Planning and Control Course," Adva Dinur, Kuan-Pin Chiang, and Herb Sherman (Managerial Sciences, School of Business, Public Administration & Information Sciences), Brooklyn Campus, $2500.

 

2007 TLI Instructional Innovation Grant Recipients

 

"M.P.A. Integrated Writing Workshop: Cross Campus Collaboration," Beverly Lyons (Master of Public Administration Program, School of Business, Public Administration & Information Sciences), Jane Suda (Library) and William Burgos (Writing Across the Curriculum)," Brooklyn Campus, $2500.

"Consumer Awareness of Pharmacist Roles and Activities: An Experiential Learning Activity for Pharmacy Students," Bupendra Shah and Hamid Rahim, Division of Social and Administrative Sciences, Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Brooklyn Campus, $2500.

"Online Journalism/Multimedia Reporting Course," Jennifer Rauch, Department of Journalism, Richard L. Conolly College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Brooklyn Campus, $2500.

"A Prototypical Multimedia Curriculum for a Media Ethics Course," Barbara Fowles, Department of Media Arts, School of Visual & Performing Arts, C.W. Post Campus, $2500.