Grants

The 2009-10 Assessment Grant Program

 

The Assessment Steering Committee is proud to announce the 2009-10 Assessment Grant recipients:

 

Name Title Amount
William Cook and Matthew Julius Major Field Test for 2010 Biological Sciences Graduates $2,000.00
Catherine Fox and Jamie Heiman Assessment of English Department Graduate Program in Rhetoric and Writing $2,000.00
Sonja Goerdt, Sandra Johnson, and Bishnu Naraine Assessing and Improving Math 193 (Undergraduate Studies Funding) $1999.98
Shawn Jarvis and Isolde Mueller Placement Testing for Foreign Languages $1,618.27
Jason Lindsey Assessing the Political Science Program's Introduction Course on Campus and Online $2,000.00
Janet Salk The Identification and Assessment of Special Education Student Teacher Learner Outcomes Related to Intercultural Competency $1,500.00
Peter Van Mullem Development of the Graduate Sport Management Assessment Plan $1,982.48
Kyle Ward Initiating an Assessment Plan for Social Studies Education and Social Science Program $2,000.00
Carol Gaumnitz and Bruce Gaumnitz Homework Affect on Student Performance in ACCT 291 (Undergraduate Studies Funding) $2,000.00
Christopher Kvaal Increasing the Success of Students in Biology 151 (Undergraduate Studies Funding) $1,450.25
Maureen Tubbiola and Michelle Wagner Sustaining the Biology Tutoring Center (Undergraduate Studies Funding) $1,980.00
Dale Buske and Sue Haller Using Undergraduate Learning Assistants to Redesign Math 193- method one (Undergraduate Studies Funding) $1,200.00
Dale Buske and Sandra Johnson Using Undergraduate Learning Assistants to Redesign Math 193- method two (Undergraduate Studies Funding) $2,000.00
Dale Buske and Bishnu Naraine Using Undergraduate Learning Assistants to Redesign Math 193- method three (Undergraduate Studies Funding) $2,000.00
Laura Sather STAT 193- Statistical Thinking (Undergraduate Studies Funding) $2,000.00

 

Awards:  The maximum grant is $2,000. A total of $17,500 was available from University Assessment. $13,100.75 was used.

Grant Category three was funded by Undergraduate Studies; there was up to $20,000 available for this category. $14,630.23 was used.