2014 – 2015 DELTA Grant Recipients Announced

DELTA is pleased to announce the awarding of more than $104,000 in new DELTA Grants to 13 recipients across eight academic colleges.  Please see below for the list of this year’s recipients:

Recipient Department Proposal
Elisabeth Marie Meyer / Helen Tyler Kraus Horticulture Science (CALS) HS 495 – Creation of a Gamified Online Plant Identification Course
Annette C Moore Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management (CNR) PRT 358 – Blending Recreation Program Planning
Meagan Kittle Autry Graduate School-Dean’s Office Dissertation Completion Community
Douglas A. Hummer / Lianne A Cartee Biomedical Engineering (College of Engineering) BME 481 – Flipping and Scaling
Peter A Hessling Leadership, Policy, Adult and Higher Education (College of Education) ELP 344 – School and Society
Chandra D Cox / Dottie Haynes Art and Design (College of Design) ADN 492 – The Business of Design
Michael A Paesler Physics (College of Sciences) PY 205 – MyTECH – Measurements using everyday TECHnologies
Susan K Miller-Cochran English (CHASS) ENG 101 – Online Development
David Shew / Arlene J. Mendoza-Moran Plant Pathology (CALS) PP 315 – Development of an Online Interactive Lab for Plant Pathology
David B Orr / John R Meyer Entomology (CALS) ENT 425 – Incorporating 360 Degree Viewing Technology into Distance Education to Enhance Critical Evaluation Skills and Remove the Requirement for In-Person Laboratory Visits
Lee Ivy / Elizabeth Denise Riley Horticultural Science (CALS) HS 200 – Home Horticulture
Maria T Gallardo-Williams Chemistry (College of Sciences) CH 222 & CH 224 – Development of Instructional Videos for Use in the Organic Chemistry Labs
Michael J Escuti Electrical and Computer Engineering (College of Engineering) E 304 – Enhancing E 304 via Moodle & Video Production Resources

 

DELTA Grants are a competitive awards program that promotes innovation in the use of instructional technology and course design in Distance Education, Blended Learning, and Face to Face course delivery models. Our goals are to build expertise in these areas as well as enhance the technology-rich learning environment at North Carolina State University. DELTA provides assistance in the form of personnel hours and funds to faculty and staff to support the planning, design, and development of high quality courses. DELTA Grants seek to cultivate instructional excellence in learning environments by promoting new ideas, teaching methods, and technologies.
To learn more about the DELTA Grants, read more about the history of our grants, or look at some FAQs, visit DELTA Grants main page. For more information, contact deltagrants@ncsu.edu.