DELTA has awarded a total of six Express Grants stretching across four colleges. Grant types include three Rapid Design Grants and three Instructional Tools Grants.
DELTA Express Grants differ from DELTA Grants in that they are shorter and more directed toward course improvement which will last a semester as opposed to the traditional year. Faculty recipients will work with the Digital Learning team to enhance their courses through the Express Grants.
Recipients of Rapid Design Express Grants:
- Latisha Judd, Development of an Animal Nutrition Course for Majors and Non-Majors – Addressing departmental overload and engaging a diverse student population in an online environment, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Department of Animal Science
- Lisa Paciulli, Rapid Design of Biology of Love and Sex Course as an Online and Distance Education Graduate Course Using Course Quality National Standards and Best Practices, College of Sciences, Department of Biological Sciences
- Yang Cheng, Improving Quantitative Research Training Online, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Communication
Recipients of Instructional Tools Express Grants:
- Caitlin Stuckey, “Engineers Don’t Do English”: Gamification to Enhance Student Success in English 331, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of English
- Peter Koutroumpis, Enhancing the Interactive Learning Experience in HESS 245: Golf, Division of Academic and Student Affairs, Department of Health and Exercise Studies
- Christopher Crosbie, Virtual Shakespeare: Fostering Student Engagement with Performance in Digital Space, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of English