We’re happy to announce that ten Austin College faculty members have been awarded Mellon Digital Pedagogy grants beginning in the 2016-17 academic year. The awardees join twenty-three of their colleagues who received grants in the previous two years, with the result that one-third of AC faculty are now directly involved in the “Collaborative Pedagogies in the Digital Age” initiative. Of course, all faculty are involved to the extent that these projects serve as demonstrations and use cases for the entire college, and because the resources of the digital pedagogy designer (Mo Pelzel) and the digital pedagogy fellow (Brett Boessen) are always available to everyone in the AC community.
The new projects span a breadth of academic disciplines and ideas/practices for digital pedagogy. You can read the project proposals of the new grantees by following the links below:
- David Baker and Andrea Petrean (physics and pre-engineering)
- Stacey Battis and Colin Foss (French)
- Tom Blake (English)
- Aaron Block (computer science)
- Shannon Fox-Teichman (digital and book arts)
- Syed Kamal (management)
- Mark Monroe (art)
- Brad Smucker (chemistry)
To learn more about the projects of previous grantees, see these pages for the grant cohorts from 2014-15 and 2015-16.
Congratulations to our new awardees! We look forward to the innovative pedagogy and enriched learning that you will bring to the Austin College community.