The Center for Teaching and Learning's goals to strengthen student retention and revitalize faculty development call for faculty-initiated and -developed projects that make substantial changes in pedagogy or delivery methods for the promotion of student retention and success. The Center for Teaching and Learning will provide financial incentive and academic support for faculty to revitalize high-enrolled courses which traditionally have had low success rates. Course revitalization will take place Spring/Summer 2016 and piloted Fall 2016 or Spring 2017. Courses with lower enrollment will also be considered for funding. Participation is open to all full-time faculty.
RASI Program timeline is under development and will be posted here when finalized.
A stipend of $8,800 will be paid to a team of at least two faculty members whose proposal is selected to revitalize a course with enrollment of 100 or more students per academic year. A stipend of $4,400 will be paid to any team whose proposal is selected to revitalize a course with fewer than 100 students. A stipend of $4,400 will be paid to a single faculty member whose proposal is selected to revitalize a course, regardless of its enrollment size. One half of the stipend will be paid upon selection; the other half will be paid upon completion of all aspects of the project: attending faculty development, developing the course, piloting of the course, evaluating the outcome of the project, and disseminating the results to faculty.
Statement of Intent Deadline and Procedure
A Statement of Intent form will be included on this webpage. The form should be typed, signed by the applicants, approved and signed by the Chair of your department, and submitted for review to the Center for Teaching and Learning at P.O. Box 4544 by October 2, 2015. If you have any question, contact Dr. Gray Kane at 221-7638 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.