Faculty projects selected for eFellows program

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On August 3, 2022

The Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence (CAFE) has awarded four faculty members with Provost’s eFellows grants for 2022-23. The program promotes innovative and collaborative course design for variable modes of delivery.

CAFE provided $20,000 in total funding, with $5,000 funding projects for each of the following classes:

  • Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP 2110), taught by Dr. Bih-Ru Lea, associate professor of business and information technology
  • Principles of Macroeconomics (Econ 1200), taught by Dr. Radu Puslenghea, assistant teaching professor of economics
  • Mathematical Foundation of Finite Element Methods (Math 5602), taught by Dr. Xiaoming He, professor of mathematics and statistics and faculty fellow for the vice chancellor of research and graduate studies
  • Principles of Engineering Materials (Aero 3877), taught by Dr. Yijia Gu, assistant professor of materials science and engineering.

The provost’s eFellows program provides funding to improve the learning environment while maximizing the physical learning facilities. Support is provided by the CAFE instructional designers using best practices for eLearning.

Projects will be piloted in at least one course section in the 2023 academic year and later expanded to additional course sections.

For more information, visit the Provost’s eFellows page on CAFE’s website.

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