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Grants stimulate teaching, learning
April 25, 2003

Provost Robert C. Bates has announced that 14 proposals have received grants amounting to $300,000 as part of the undergraduate teaching and learning quality improvement initiative begun in early February. The grants are part of efforts to implement the first goal of the university’s Strategic Plan “to offer the best undergraduate experience in a research university.” Faculty submitted 38 proposals for grants up to $25,000. These proposals were evaluated based upon their ability to clearly demonstrate how evidence of student learning will be gathered and used to change teaching and learning practices, with priority given to those that focus on department or programwide efforts.Originally $100,000 … » More …