Center for Learning, Experimentation, Application, and Research

Learning Enhancement Grant Awards 2013-2014

The Learning Enhancement Grant (LEG) Program is an annual, competitive award program sponsored by the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and administered by the Center for Learning Enhancement, Assessment, and Redesign (CLEAR). The goal of the LEG program is to support the development of online and blended learning courses and programs that meet nationally-recognized standards for online course design. Ensuring that the university’s online and blended courses provide not only improved access to higher education, but also to the highest quality education, aligns with goals 1 and 2 of the University’s four bold goals.

Course Number and Title

Name

College

Department

Amount Awarded

EDHE 5120: Student Development Programming Administration

Barbara  Bush

College of Education

Counseling and Higher Education

 $ 5,000.00

MEEN5500/MEEN4800.720: Mechanics and Materials for Lightweight Energy Efficiency

Nandika Dsouza

College of Engineering

Mechanical and Energy Engineering

 $ 5,000.00

CSCE 4010: Social Issues in Computing

Xiaohui  Yuan

College of Engineering

Computer Science and Engineering

 $ 5,000.00

EDBE 5600: Sociocultural Foundations of Bilingual and ESL Education

Ricardo González-Carriedo

College of Education

Teacher Education & Administration

 $ 5,000.00

HMGT5860: Strategic Management in the Hospitality Industry

Young Hoon Kim

College of Merchandising, Hospitality, & Tourism

Hospitality and Tourism Management

 $ 5,000.00

EDBE 5620: Leadership in Bilingual and ESL Education

Rossana Boyd

College of Education

Teacher Education & Administration

 $ 5,000.00

ART4570: Interdisciplinary Topics in Art: The Business of Art

Kelly  Donahue-Wallace

College of Visual Arts and Design

Art Education and Art History

 $ 5,000.00

ANTH 3300: Peoples and Cultures of the Pacific

Lisa  Henry

Public Affairs & Community Service

Anthropology

 $ 5,000.00

RHAB 5700: Introduction to Rehabilitation

Linda  Holloway

Public Affairs & Community Service

Disability and Addiction Rehabilitation

 $ 5,000.00

EDBE 5585: Effective Practices in Bi-literacy Education

Rossana Boyd

College of Education

Teacher Education & Administration

 $ 5,000.00

EDBE 5680: Diversity in the ESL Classroom

Miriam Ezzani

College of Education

Teacher Education and Administration

 $ 5,000.00

SOCI 4750: World Population Trends and Problems

Ami Moore

College of Arts & Sciences

Sociology

 $ 5,000.00