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The Ann Ferren Curriculum Design Award

This award recognizes the collaborative work of two or more faculty who creatively enable students to integrate their learning over the course of their undergraduate experience.

Ann Ferren Curriculum Award

The Greenberg Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award

The Milton and Sonia Greenberg Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award recognizes faculty who have made a significant contribution to research-based analyses of teaching practices or curricular design.

Greenberg Award

The Jack Child Teaching with Technology Award

CTRL's Jack Child Teaching with Technology Award honors faculty who have demonstrated creativity in using technology in their teaching.

Jack Child Award

Open Educational Resource Grants

CTRL offers enabling faculty to (re)design an entire course using Open Educational Resources, or to edit a current OER.

OER Grants

Teaching Enhancement Grant

Teaching Enhancement Grants can either reimburse expenditures for classroom materials or pay an honorarium to a guest speaker, up to $100, to improve student learning in the context of a single course.

Teaching Enhancement Grants

Curriculum Development Support Award

The Dean of Academic Affairs' Curriculum Development Support Award provides funds directly primarily to the improvement of teaching, learning, and the curriculum.

DAA's Curriculum Awards