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Center for Teaching Effectiveness

Title V Faculty Course Redesign Competition

The Center for Teaching Effectiveness is co-sponsoring with the Office of Research & Graduate Studies a Title V Fostering Pathways to Success (FPS) grant Undergraduate Research Course Redesign Competition. Faculty are invited to apply to a course redesign competition that incorporates research and/or experiential learning into existing undergraduate courses. Collaborative or cross-discipline applications are welcomed. Please not that there are two Competitive Preference Priorities that are added to this competition for extra points. The grant is looking to encourage faculty who teach lower level to apply and faculty who teach more than one section of the same course where one course embeds the undergraduate research component and the other(s) does not. 

Deadline for the applications is Friday, February 18, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.

The Course Redesign applications will be reviewed by a faculty committee and awardees will be announced at the March 19, 2021 High-Impact Practices in Higher Education Conference. Awardees will also receive a stipend. If you have questions, please contact the individuals below:

Dr. Agnes Flores, Project Director, Title V Grants
Phone: 361-593-2099


Dr. G. Allen Rasmussen, Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies
Phone: 361-593-3677

Example of Work Produced by Dr. Kenneth Price, Associate Professor of English, as a Result of the Title X Course Redesign Grant