Celebration of Learning Grant Recipients Announced

Posted: February 2, 2000 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

In April 1998, then-provost David Potter declared the 1998-99 academic year a “celebration of learning” during which members of the university community would “improv[e] our understanding of learning and consider ways to inspire and achieve greater learning individually and together.” As part of the Celebration of Learning initiative, the Provost’s Office created a small grants program to encourage greater student/faculty interaction both within and across disciplines. The following are the recipients of this year’s grants.



    James Barry, New Century College, Citizenship 2000: The University and Civic Education


    Lisa Bethea, Star Muir, and Jim Kimble, Communication, Presenting with Technology: The Role of Multimedia in Public Speaking


    David S. Brazer, Graduate School of Education, Education Leadership Program


    John Cheng, History and Art History, WWW: Oral Family Histories


    Catherine Cramton, School of Management, Virtual Organization Workshop


    Kimberly Eby and Elizabeth Gunn, New Century College, The Academic Habit


    Ruth Fischer, English, and Ann Palkovich, Sociology and Anthropology, Integrating Original Research and Inquiry Skills into Undergraduate Programs


    Carolyn Forche, English, Hypertext Poetry on the Web


    Robert Furey, New Century College, Integrated Pest Management on a Culturally Important Fruit Crop


    Gary Galluzzo, Graduate School of Education, Daniele Struppa, College of Arts and Sciences, and Scott Keeter, Public and International Affairs, Civic Values, Civic Virtues, and Democracy in a Changing Society


    Mark Hicks and Diane Wood, Graduate School of Education, Teaching and Artistic Expression


    Mark Jacobs, Sociology and Anthropology, Millennial Issues in the Sociology of Culture


    R. Christian Jones and Igor Tyukhov, Biology, Studying Solar Energy: Transformations and Environmental Effects


    Mary Kayler, Graduate School of Education, Research in Action: Initiatives in Educational Transformation Portfolio Development and Assessment Project


    Claudia Kilmer, Scott Berg, and Terry Zawacki English, In-Class/Online Writing Projects


    Michael O’Malley, History and Art History, Magic, Illusion, and Detection


    David Rine, Computer Science, Learning Best Software Practice by Using a Case-Base for Student Profiling


    Robert Smith, Psychology, Coursewide Website for Neurosciences Instruction


    Kathryn Trump, English Language Institute, ESL TeleWEBcourse


    Stanley Zoltek, Mathematical Sciences, Computational Techniques and Applications

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