CEG


 

The 2019 CEG RFP is now available!

The Curriculum Enhancement Grant (CEG) provides faculty with technical and instructional support, time, and funds to implement projects designed to improve student learning and success at IUPUI, IUPU Columbus, and IUFW. In addition, the grants seek to enhance the conversation about scholarly teaching on campus and increase the practice of the scholarship of teaching and learning. Furthermore, work on CEG projects may enable faculty competitiveness for external educational or curricular improvement grants. The grant supports a wide range of faculty projects designed to improve student learning and success. These include projects involving face-to-face, online, and hybrid courses as well as those pursuing broader curriculum development. 

The deadline for submitting 2019 CEG proposals is January 25, 2019.

Example projects include but are not restricted to those that would:
  • Enhance the effectiveness of courses through adapting pedagogies of engagement. 
  • Use technology to enhance the effectiveness of a course.
  • Contribute to impact as a welcoming campus through learner-centered innovative, inclusive, and equitable classroom practices.
  • Develop innovative curricular materials or approaches.
  • Develop a new course or sequence of courses.
Eligibility
  • Open to all IUPUI, IUPU Columbus, and IUFW full-time faculty (tenured, tenure track, and non-tenure track).
  • Associate (part-time/adjunct) faculty may be included on proposals but may not serve as the principal investigator.

Click here to submit your proposal

Curriculum Enhancement Grant (CEG) Symposium

Held to honor and celebrate the successes of the previous year’s CEG awardees, the CEG symposium is held each fall and features a keynote speaker, reception, and poster presentations by the honored CEG cohort. All faculty members are encouraged to attend the CEG Symposium, but especially those who are past awardees and those who are planning to apply for CEG funding in the future.

The 2018 CEG Symposium was held on Thursday, October 11, 2018. The symposium featured a keynote address titled Scholarly Teaching, SoTL, and Campus Conversations that Matter   by Nancy Chick, director, Endeavor Foundation Center for Faculty Development, Rollins College, and co-editor, Teaching & Learning Inquiry, Journal of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.

The 2017 CEG Symposium was held on Thursday, October 12, 2017. The symposium featured a keynote address titled The University as a Learning Community by Michael Morrone, director of the Faculty Academy on Excellence in Teaching (FACET), senior lecturer of business communication in the Kelley School of Business, and faculty in the Liberal Arts Management Program at IUB. 

The 2016 CEG Symposium was held on Thursday, October 13, 2016. The symposium featured a keynote address titled Why Won’t They Talk? Using Discussion to Facilitate Learning by Jay Howard,  dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, professor of sociology, Butler University. Dr. Howard is the author of numerous publications in the scholarship of teaching and learning, including his most recent book, Discussion in the College Classroom: Getting Your Students Engaged and Participating in Person and Online.

The 2015 CEG Symposium was held on Thursday, October 22, 2015. The symposium featured a keynote address titled Applying SOTL to Quickly Make Major Improvements in the Curriculum by Craig E. Nelson, professor emeritus of biology at Indiana University. Click Here to view video.

The 2014 CEG Symposium was held on Thursday, October 16, 2014. The symposium featured a keynote address titled Calibrated Peer Review: Not Just Writing in the Discipline by Arlene Russell, senior lecturer, UCLA; faculty director, UCLA California Teach Program; and project director of Calibrated Peer Review (CPR), a widely adopted online writing program that involves  student writing, training as a reviewer, and peer reviewing. 

The 2013 CEG Symposium was held on Thursday, October 17, 2013. The symposium featured a keynote address titled Lessons from Three Decades of Subversion in which Brian Coppola, award-winning Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Chemistry, University of Michigan, reviewed a set of four simple teaching principles that, in today's climate, might seem subversive. 

The 2012 CEG Symposium was held on Thursday, September 27, 2012. The symposium featured a keynote address titled Teaching is Not Learning by Jean-luc Doumont, an engineer from the Louvain School of Engineering with a Ph.D. in applied physics from Stanford University, and a popular invited speaker worldwide. 

The 2011 CEG Symposium was held on Thursday, October 13, 2011. The inaugural symposium featured a keynote address titled Forensic Science Education: Golden Opportunities for Critical Thinking and Interactive Learning by Jay Siegel, chair of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, IUPUI. 

Click to View Past CEG Awardees and Symposia

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