Awards And Fellows
Teaching Innovation Awards—Funds Available, Open for New Projects
The Teaching Innovation Awards provide an opportunity for instructors in the college to request support to accomplish innovative ideas for their science and math courses and programs.
Projects might include adoption of new pedagogies; design of new materials, modules, technology, or assessments; using/trying tools and interventions for improving student success; science education research design/study; development of a new course, and more!
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and evaluated three times each year.
Deadline to apply: April 15, 2023.
Link to Application: Teaching Innovation Awards
Project Title: I Study Black Holes Too
Fellows: Ana Matković
Department: Astronomy and Astrophysics
Project Title: Impact of a two-semester CURE on Change of Campus Students
Fellow: Emily Bell
Department: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Project Title: Development of CHEM 210B & Implementation of Specifications Grading
Fellow: Joe Houck
Project Title: Redesign of STAT 460 to STAT 360
Fellow: Pat Buchanan
Project Title: Development of CHEM 111 FRI
Fellow: Angela Bischof
Project Title: Hybrid Version of Math 140B/141B
Fellows: Russ deForest and Michael Steward
Project Title: Student Led Projects in PHYS 402
Fellows: Stephanie Wissel
Project Title: PChem Math Foundation Modules
Fellows: Linlin Jensen
The Tombros Fellows program is intended to encourage and foster the development and implementation of innovative teaching methodologies, assessment techniques, and new courses in the Eberly College of Science.