Congratulations to Our Fall 2017, 2016, and 2015 Grant Recipients
The eFellows Committee would like to thank everyone who submitted applications during the last grant cycle. We commend you on your continued pursuit to use technology to enhance the teaching and learning of students at Eastern Michigan University.
The Fall 2017 eFellows Grant recipients are:
Proposal: "Putting Civic Advocacy into Practice: Exploring Podcasts, Oral Histories, and Local Networks as Political Action"
Brian Connolly and Christopher Gellasch
Proposal: "Integrating Remote Environmental Sensing Into Active Science Learning"
Proposal: "Next Generation Science Standards in the Classroom"
Proposal: "Implementation of a Tutorial System for Social Media Analysis in a Cloud Computing Environment
Courtney Lewis and Aaron Struminger
Proposal: "Athletic Training and Technology"
Proposal: "Batteries Not Included: Training Teach Candidates about Makerspace"
The Fall 2016 eFellows Grant recipients are:
Christine Mirtes, Karen Paciorek, Brigid Beaubien, and Martha Baiyee, College of Education
Proposal: "Evidencing Connections between Curriculum, Technology, and Best Practice in Early Childhood Teacher Preparation using iPads"
Frank Fedel and Nate Kearns, College of Health and Human Services
Proposal: "3D Anatomical Models - Virtual and Physical"
Jeff Popko and Thom Cullen, College of Arts and Sciences
Proposal: "Building on the Success of the Kindle Fire Project"
Melanie Bond, Lee Stille, and Terry Heck-Siebert, College of Arts and Sciences
Proposal: "Virtual Reality Set Design"
Nick Romerhausen, College of Arts and Sciences
Proposal: "Portable Projectors to Improve Student Outcomes in Competition Speaking"
The Fall 2015 eFellows Grant recipients are:
Katherine Ryker, College of Arts & Sciences
Proposal: “Augmented Reality Sandboxes: Hacking a Hand-On Experience”
Jeromy Hopgood, College of Arts & Sciences
Proposal: “Interactive Media for Live Performance”
Ana Claudia Harten, College of Education
Proposal: “Simulation-Based Education in the Speech-Language Pathology Program”
Linda Kinczkowski, College of Technology
Proposal: “Interdisciplinary Media Lab”
Kyle Farr, College of Health & Human Services
Proposal: “Implementation of Virtual Patient Case Studies in Advanced Practice Nursing Clinical Courses”
James Sweet, College of Health & Human Services
Proposal: “Inter-Professional Healthcare Education Collaboration Using 3-D Printers”
Huei Lee, College of Business
Proposal: “Enhancing the Learning of Secured Mobile Computing Applications and Infrastructure”
To view Fall 2014 Grant Recipients - Click HERE