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2019 Apprentice Faculty Grant Program

Accepting Applications until February 15

The Apprentice Faculty Grant (AFG) Program within the Educational Research and Methods (ERM) Division of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) encourages and honors promising new researchers who have the potential for substantial contributions to engineering education.  In conjunction with the 2019 ASEE Annual Conference, the AFG program will grant up to four awards to graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, junior faculty, staff members, or senior ranking faculty who are transitioning into engineering education research. Each award will include:  1) getting paired with a mentor who is a senior researcher in the engineering education community and 2) some support for conference travel expenses (exact level of financial support is still under consideration, but will not exceed $500). AFG recipients are expected to attend the full duration of the annual ASEE conference, including two ERM events, and are highly encouraged to attend at least one workshop. For more details, including how to apply, see https://erm.asee.org/conferences/afg/.  Please feel free to contact Jennifer Bekki - jennifer.bekki@asu.edu or Courtney Faber - cfaber2@utk.edu) with questions.

 

Synthesis and Design Workshop on Digitally-Mediated Team Learning

Call for Participation: NSF-sponsored Synthesis and Design Workshop on Digitally-Mediated Team Learning (DMTL)

 

NSF is sponsoring Travel Stipends to instructors/researchers who are using or researching Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning or technology-enhanced active learning approaches for synchronous team-based learning in classroom settings. United States citizens/permanent residents are eligible for support. The Workshop will be held Sunday, March 31, 2019 to Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Orlando, FL. During the two-and-a-half-day workshop, participants will be afforded opportunities to participate in a Poster Session, Keynotes, Panel Sessions, Breakout Technical Sessions, and Action Committees.

 

The purpose of the Workshop is to identify, discuss, and formulate 1, 3, and 5+ year research and development plans organized into four tracks:

1) instructional technologies to facilitate team learning in classroom settings,

2) data analytics to personalize team learning,

3) pedagogical strategies for technology-enhanced cooperative active learning in STEM, and

4) empowering equitable participation through digitally-mediated team learning.

 

The deliverable to NSF will be a White Paper composed jointly by the organizers and participants that captures the essence of the discussions at the workshop. Those who are utilizing, researching, and advancing computer-supported collaborative learning/work, team-based learning/training, or cooperative learning instructional technologies or pedagogies are encouraged to apply prior to the January 31, 2019 deadline via the project workshop website:

https://www.digital-learning-teams.com/

 

For more information, please contact the workshop organizer at Ronald.Demara@ucf.edu.

 

Emerging Enginering Educators Making Academic Change Happen Workshop (E3 MACH)

 Are you a Ph.D. student close to completion, a post-doctoral fellow, or a new assistant professor?  Will you and do you have to design new curricula, programs, or develop new pedagogies in your new job?  Do you know how academic change happens?  Do you want to become a change agent and ensure that your career has impact? If the answer to any of the above questions is “yes,” consider joining us on January 19-20, 2019 for the Emerging Engineering Educators Making Academic Change Happen workshop. E3 MACH is a faculty (new and aspiring) development workshop designed to equip you for a career of impact.  E3 MACH will introduce you to research-based practices that can help you navigate the landscape of higher education as an agent for change on your campus.  Review of applications will begin November 15, 2018.   Full scholarships are available!  More information is available at:  www.academicchange.org

 

Primary contact:  Dr. Eva Andrijcic, andrijci@rose-hulman.edu

 

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