Virtual presentation to highlight teaching and student success grant opportunities

Are you seeking funding for research on your teaching or the success of Ohio State students, but not sure how to get started?

Join us for a virtual presentation and panel discussion from grant awardees from two Ohio State programs: the Michael V. Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning grants, and the Student Academic Success Research (SASR) grants.

Monday, Nov. 29, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.

Panelists will clarify the differences between the programs, discuss how faculty have leveraged the funding for research, highlight selected research results, and provide guidance to those who wish to apply for funds.  

Panelists will include:

Kelly Purtell  SASR grant recipient  

“Understanding drop-in childcare needs of student parents”

Janice Aski, Cindy Jiang and Danielle Schoon Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning Research and Implementation Grant recipients

“Global competence and intercultural learning in virtual space” 
“Developing intercultural competence for Italian language learners through integrated course design”

Christopher Wolters and Amy Kulesza recipients of joint funding from the Drake Institute and SASR grants

“Supporting undergraduate biology students’ academic success”