Winners of the 2015-16 Technology Fellows competition will demonstrate their technological innovations from 1 to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, May 3, on Q-Level at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library. All the winning faculty-student teams will be available for hands-on demonstrations of how they used their $5,000 mini-grants to enhance undergraduate instruction.
Projects cover a wide range of disciplines from the Krieger and Whiting schools. This year's initiatives include resources for applied chemistry, flipping a cultural studies classroom on Brazilian culture, Mesopotamian art through OERs in Near Eastern Studies, training in research practicum courses in Sociology, virtual labs for Statics and Mechanics of Materials in Civil Engineering and the synchronized heart rate acceleration recording device (SHARD) in Biomedical Engineering. All attendees will receive gift certificates for the Brody Learning Commons Café.
Come out and see how these instructional resources may benefit your courses and/or students!
Special giveaways for all attendees!
Information on the Technology Fellowship program may also be found on the CER home page under the "Grants" tab.