CETL invites you to join the 2015 Summer Faculty Innovation Grant Recipients for the presentations of their innovative projects, designed to foster and enhance the teaching and learning experience here at USC Upstate. Save the dates for these presentations.
CETL will be spotlighting the grant recipients during 3 sessions this fall.
Part One – Friday, October 16, 2015 12 – 1:30 PM – CLC 309
- David Marlow – International ESOL Service-Learning for Diversity and Understanding.
- Sharon T. Smith – Integrating second life into the Childbearing and Women’s Health Curriculum.
- Rachel Snow – Spartanburg Art Museum Service-Learning Seminar.
Part Two – Wednesday, November 4, 2015 12 – 1:30 PM – HEC 2086
- Lola Bradley and Bree Kirsch – Turning LIBR 201 into a hybrid course using a flipped classroom model and incorporating service-learning.
- Chase DeHan – Developing a flipped classroom for Finance 363.
- Samantha Hauptman and Lynn McMillan – Childhood Trauma: Potential Pathway to the Criminal Justice System (interdisciplinary course).
Part Three – Thursday, November 12, 2015 2 – 3:30 PM – CLC 309
- Araceli Hernandez-Laroche and Samantha Hauptman – The Twin Ills of Terrorism and Torture: A Global Perspective (interdisciplinary course).
- Allison Pingley – Developing political behavior course as service-learning course.
- Tom Rogers – Creating a fully asynchronous lab for EMTG 320L: Engineering Cost Analysis Lab.
Please RSVP to email@example.com