Faculty Members Win Provost’s Teaching Innovation Mini Grant Competition

Drew Jaramillo and Maree Jaramillo, Visiting Assistant Professors of Mathematics, are among the winners of the 2015 Provost’s Teaching Innovation Mini Grant Competition. This new grant competition was open to faculty of all ranks, across all UConn campuses. This grant competition was designed to provide support for faculty innovation in teaching effectiveness and improved student learning outcomes. More than 90 mini-grant proposals were submitted—26 proposals representing 21 different departments were funded. Drew Jaramillo won for his project “Evaluation of course hybridization in mathematics”, while Maree Jaramillo won for her project “Flipping an upper level mathematics course to increase student engagement”. More information, along with a list of all of this year’s winners, is available from the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

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