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  • TA/Faculty Contract  ·  Stonehill College
    for Financial Aid Cost of Attendance Important Dates Deadlines For International Students SALT Financial Literacy Forms Documents FAQs Contact Us Scholarships Grants Stonehill funds a variety of grants and scholarships based on need and merit You may be eligible for a merit scholarship an athletic scholarship a need based scholarship or some combination Learn More Academics Areas of Study Academic Partnerships Academic Program Advising Support Honors Program Honor Societies Academic Clubs Internships Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Outcomes Education for the Heart the Mind Our programs in the arts sciences and business administration emphasize deep understanding and effective practice Explore Areas of Study Student Life Area Attractions Campus Safety Community Standards Counseling Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Offices Services Center for Writing Academic Achievement For Faculty and Staff Teaching Assistants TA Faculty Contract TA Faculty Contract Teaching Assistants TA Request Form Faculty FAQs TA Faculty Contract Peer Led Team Leaders Writing Fellows Academic Peer Mentoring Tutor

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  • CWAA Services for Faculty and Staff  ·  Stonehill College
    More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Offices Services Center for Writing Academic Achievement For Faculty and Staff CWAA Services for Faculty and Staff Tutoring Schedules For Students For Faculty and Staff Teaching Assistants Peer Led Team Leaders Writing Fellows Academic Peer Mentoring Tutor Referrals For TAs and Tutors Our Staff CWAA LibGuide CWAA s Facebook page CWAA s Twitter page The Center for Writing and Academic Achievement CWAA strives to support you and your course goals by overseeing a segment of the Teaching Assistant program and by providing a variety of peer tutoring services such as Math Lab Atrium Tutoring and drop in tutoring hours in the Center MacPhaidin 314 for writing and a variety of subjects Our tutors are undergraduates seeking to gain more in depth knowledge in their respective subject while acquiring valuable experience providing peer assistance The peer tutors must be recommended by a faculty member but are hired and trained through the CWAA Teaching Assistants The primary role of an undergraduate Teaching Assistant TA is to provide academic support that benefits students enrolled in the course TAs work within a variety of courses across

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  • Academic Integrity  ·  Stonehill College
    Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Offices Services Academic Services Advising Academic Integrity Academic Integrity at Stonehill The Office of Academic Services Advising plays an active role in upholding the academic integrity policy and overseeing implementation of academic integrity procedures We strive to be a valuable resource for students and faculty as they navigate issues of academic integrity Resources for Students Resources for Faculty Academic Integrity Academic Support Forms Worksheets Our Staff Contact Info Academic Services Advising Duffy Academic Building Room 104 Stonehill College 320 Washington Street Easton MA 02357 Phone 508 565 1306 Fax 508 565 1492 academicservices stonehill edu Hours Monday Friday 8 30 a m 4 30 p m If a student or faculty member feels the academic integrity policy has been violated they should address the issue with the student and file an academic integrity report Please call our office at 508 565 1306 to speak with Joseph Dacey for guidance File an academic integrity report View academic integrity procedures Our goals All students are aware of the Academic Integrity Policy Violations of the Academic Integrity Policy include but are not limited to the following actions Presenting another s work as if it were one s own Failing to acknowledge or document a source even if the action is unintended i

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/offices-services/academic-services/academic-integrity/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Technology Pilots (FIT)  ·  Stonehill College
    athletic scholarship a need based scholarship or some combination Learn More Academics Areas of Study Academic Partnerships Academic Program Advising Support Honors Program Honor Societies Academic Clubs Internships Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Outcomes Education for the Heart the Mind Our programs in the arts sciences and business administration emphasize deep understanding and effective practice Explore Areas of Study Student Life Area Attractions Campus Safety Community Standards Counseling Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Offices Services Information Technology Services Teaching Learning Technology Pilots FIT Technology Pilots FIT Classroom Technologies eLearn Learning Management System Lecture Capture Technology Pilots FIT Faculty Technology Showcase Overview The Faculty Initiatives in Technology FIT program enables faculty who are interested in trying new methods to engage students and enhance teaching and learning to pilot new technologies in a supported collaboration with Information Technology staff Formal proposals submitted by faculty are evaluated based on defined criteria and two pilots per semester are possible Available

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  • Student Travel Agreement  ·  Stonehill College
    Apply Admission Standards Dates Deadlines Request Information Tuition Aid Contact a Counselor Visit Stonehill Visiting is the best way to understand what Stonehill is all about Learn More Register Financial Aid Scholarships Grants Student Loans Work Study Student Employment How to Apply for Financial Aid Cost of Attendance Important Dates Deadlines For International Students SALT Financial Literacy Forms Documents FAQs Contact Us Scholarships Grants Stonehill funds a variety of grants and scholarships based on need and merit You may be eligible for a merit scholarship an athletic scholarship a need based scholarship or some combination Learn More Academics Areas of Study Academic Partnerships Academic Program Advising Support Honors Program Honor Societies Academic Clubs Internships Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Outcomes Education for the Heart the Mind Our programs in the arts sciences and business administration emphasize deep understanding and effective practice Explore Areas of Study Student Life Area Attractions Campus Safety Community Standards Counseling Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in

    Original URL path: http://www.stonehill.edu/offices-services/office-of-the-general-counsel/student-travel-agreement/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Faculty Focus   ·  Stonehill College
    in Brockton If it weren t for community based learning I could have just sat in class only to forget everything I learned after the course was over says Cristianie The combination of scholarship and community engagement that faculty promote through CBL courses exemplifies the very heart and soul of the College We cannot separate academic inquiry from an ethic of responsibility learning pushes us beyond ourselves to solve problems for the sake of the common good says Joseph Favazza provost and vice president for academic affairs At Stonehill community based learning reminds us that learning with others for the sake of others is at the core of our mission Here are seven examples of that mission in action Community s Children Offer a Window to Brain Development John McCoy Professor of Psychology Neuroscience Program Director Heather Yu Assistant Professor of Biology and Neuroscience The dozen students who pay visits to the House of Possibilities HOPe at Stonehill College a respite facility for children with neurodevelopmental disorders do more than observe theories of brain function coming to life Professor John McCoy who co teaches the Learning Community Neuroscience Mind Body Community with Assistant Professor Heather Yu finds that the experience also gives his students great respect for people coping with the very conditions they study in their neuroscience textbooks It really opens their eyes to how challenging it is to take care of a child with a developmental disorder says McCoy director of Stonehill s Neuroscience Program It increases both their understanding and their empathy The LC encompasses both Brain and Behavior and Neurological Basis of Behavior to show students the workings of the brain including atypical function and how the nervous system controls behavior The integrative seminar then requires students to spend Saturdays at the HOPe house located at the edge of Stonehill s campus working with the children there who have a range of diagnoses including autism spectrum disorder Down syndrome and Rett syndrome Under a therapist s supervision the Stonehill students work to facilitate children s motor social and communication skills applying understanding of current research to their disorders Whether working one on one with a child on an art project or socializing game or keeping a journal of a child s eye contact light sensitivity or language deficit McCoy s and Yu s students develop a more personal view of the course concepts When they come back to class they have a much better understanding of autism than you d ever get from a book says McCoy They re seeing up close how difficult it is for these children to communicate or socialize McCoy also conveys the material by bringing the community to the classroom Two practicing neurologists from Boston hospitals Dr Adam Cohen of Massachusetts General Hospital and Dr David Dawson of Brigham and Women s Hospital deliver lectures on applied neurology offering hands on patient insights and preparing students for their service experience with the HOPe children I don t know many undergraduate courses that have practicing neurologists who come and teach says McCoy They help students see these issues from different angles All told the enhanced understanding of the brain s function and empathy for those who suffer from atypical development help students see the profound mind body impact of cognitive disorders For those students planning careers in neuroscience this insight adds human dimension to the viewpoint they bring to the field Interacting with these kids made me realize that regardless of their condition they are special says Tina Ronson 17 They teach me valuable lessons I would never be able to learn from a textbook Business Benefits at Work in the Community Eddie Rhee Associate Professor of Business Administration When it comes to teaching applied business concepts theory is no match for practice That s why Professor Eddie Rhee turns to the community to provide a laboratory of sorts where students can see business strategy turn into action Rhee currently teaches two courses with a CBL component Retail Management and Direct Marketing In his Retail Management course an elective for marketing majors students partner with a local business to evaluate existing retail strategy and make recommendations applying retail management concepts gleaned in the classroom Recently the class partnered with a Brockton based seafood restaurant meeting with the owner to understand his business goals and the challenges of running a small business in a declining industry Examining key factors like target market and demand merchandise management store location pricing retail communications mix store design and display and customer service and taking into account business growth goals the students developed a customer survey and made recommendations to help revive the business the best of which were used in a report and presentation to the business owner Rhee says the class is a win win for the students and the business The theories and concepts work side by side with the real world application he says And the business owner gets free external advice they may not otherwise have access to to help them grow their business In Rhee s marketing elective Direct Marketing course which he has taught since 2009 students pair up with a local nonprofit most recently Community Connections of Brockton to develop a direct marketing campaign that helps achieve fundraising or recruitment goals Rhee works with students in small groups to create and send mailers to prospects throughout the Community Connections target area and measures the mailings response through follow up phone calls and email contact The groups compete for the highest response and the winning group is recognized Rhee is proud of the response rate students achieve as high as 4 2 percent above a typical direct mail response rate of 2 3 percent and the lasting impact on the organization which gains potential volunteers and donors through the effort The campaigns the students develop create a starting point for the organization to build even more relationships by expanding to their friends and family says Rhee All told these classes convey business insights no textbook or even business case teaching method can provide A Harvard Business School case study that s someone else s data he says This is realistic for the students and I hear lots of comments from them that this is knowledge they can then apply outside of college A bonus for Rhee They re also more fun to teach Putting a Human Face on Youth at Risk Edward Jacoubs Adjunct Professor of Criminology The first day the students in Ed Jacoubs At Risk Families and Youths criminology seminar step into a local transition house for at risk youth is almost always the hardest Some even report later that they were scared silly before going But by the end of that first day They say they couldn t wait to go back says Jacoubs The students mainly sociology criminology psychology and education majors visit one of several sites for a few hours each week to fulfill the CBL component of the course This year s sites are the Phoenix Alternative School and the Edison Reengagement Center at the Keith Center in Brockton as well as the Transition House at the Old Colony YMCA They meet with counselors who are running groups or conducting crisis intervention with a child facing adversity from abuse and neglect to alcohol or incarceration and observe behavior in a classroom or with staff at the site The programs staff members supervise the Stonehill students engaging them in conversations Often Jacoubs says his students are able to immediately apply what they ve learned in class to what they watch unfold at the community sites My students can ask really informed questions like I was learning about this certain best practice do you use that here says Jacoubs Back at Stonehill the students debrief and share observations A major paper at course end requires the students to reflect on the literature around at risk youth as it relates to their site visits considering how their interactions have deepened their understanding of the material Nearly every student leaves with richer insight not only around criminology theories but also humanity itself I say to my students Look not all of you will be social workers says Jacoubs But many will be parents and seeing these kids what s beneath their hard exterior and understanding why people engage in certain behaviors it s a revelation that will impact how they parent in the future Many of Jacoubs students do pursue jobs in related fields and he says the class often has another fortunate result for his students job offers Over the 16 years the course has been offered Jacoubs points to 30 40 students who have been hired directly into community partner sites in teaching and social support roles Hundreds more of his students have found similar social service roles at other sites after graduation or chosen to volunteer at the sites to continue to work with at risk youth in some capacity Stonehill students just get this way of learning it s part of the social justice element that gets them to take initiative says Jacoubs The experience transforms their world view it hooks them to be able to offer something of value to a child in need Building a Foundation for Community Leadership Lee Farrow Fellow of Interdisciplinary Studies Community Scholar Lee Farrow has dedicated her life s work to community organizing in New York s and Massachusetts most challenged neighborhoods She calls herself a rogue academic mainly because her work relies heavily on practice and is supported or affirmed by theoretical frameworks and for the past four years she has brought the lessons of leadership empowerment organizing and spirituality learned in the field to Stonehill s classrooms as the College s first Community Scholar Farrow s CBL course Community Organizing attracts sociology majors with an interest in learning the fundamentals of organizing for change In the classroom Farrow combines theory covering modern day labor and social movements with practical insight conveyed through stories and videos illustrating her community activism I try to give students a real sense of what it s like to be in the midst of the actual work that s what they find most intriguing she says Farrow s students then take on a community based project of their own participating in small groups in planning and executing a multiday set of events highlighting leadership in the Brockton area Held in March in partnership with Community Connections of Brockton the events include the Women s Leadership Summit at Stonehill the South Shore Community Leadership Awards and the South Shore Leadership Conference all designed to give the more than 250 women men teens and children who attend a sense of community of connection and of possibility These events bring together a wide range of people doing meaningful community work to understand and acknowledge problems then solve them says Farrow They come to understand the process of bringing people together with the goal of changing lives Having this hands on experience really empowers them Lee Farrow fellow of interdisciplinary studies Students participate by tackling every task necessary to run the events from outreach phone calls and on site childcare to using an evaluation method the student created Community Health Needs Assessment to measure the needs and impact of Community Connections of Brockton s work Workshops and speeches at the events cover a range of key issues in community organizing personal development violence prevention and faith and community Farrow explains that her students efforts extend far beyond simply checking event planning boxes The students have meaningful engagement says Farrow It s not just making phone calls it s delving into designing a conference curriculum that inspires real conversations with people about their quality of life Through a final paper Farrow gleans what impact the experience has had on students understanding of community organizing in practice Although the events themselves aren t building a movement of their own Farrow s students walk away from the course understanding that education access and knowledge development are the fundamental building blocks of organizing at the community level They come to understand the process of bringing people together with the goal of changing lives says Farrow Having this hands on experience really empowers them Capturing the Educational Power of Dance Valerie Robertson Instructor of Visual and Performing Arts Some are dance majors Others education majors Many are athletes But all 18 students in Valerie Robertson s Dance Outreach course have a demonstrated interest in the power of dance to improve communication and learning in youth Every Tuesday the students in the elective course commute to West Middle School in Brockton where they push aside the desks in a sixth grade classroom and lead those middle school students in a dance lesson These lessons designed by the Stonehill students themselves are based on research demonstrating the educational power of dance Many of the movements the students incorporate are adapted from a program called Brain Gym designed by a noted educator which uses movements like cross lateral motion to improve balance and learning Robertson s students meet in groups of three to design a lesson plan incorporating an ice breaker warmup activity game and snack practice the routine then deliver the lesson in the classroom For many of the Stonehill students the process itself is a lesson in creativity Some students incorporate existing experience with dance from jazz to hip hop and their classes reflect that style For others choreography is more of a stretch These students aren t necessarily dancers says Robertson They have to find a way to teach movement so maybe it s not a plié they incorporate but if a student has a sports background it can be squats and lunges The connection with Stonehill offers the Brockton sixth graders enrichment opportunities that may otherwise be out of reach due to socioeconomic circumstances There is so little time for arts and movement in the school curriculum anymore says Robertson And they may just not have the means to take a ballet class Teaching the class is not always easy A wide range of students with different abilities and backgrounds many of them challenged by health issues stressful home lives or discipline issues can at times present resistance Robertson says she only steps in to mediate problems when absolutely necessary preferring to let her students navigate and connect with the students independently This in itself serves as a valuable lesson Sometimes the class can get out of control admits Laura Aramini 16 who also teaches ballet at a nearby dance studio I have learned to strategically form a lesson plan that focuses the children and lets them release their energy at the same time Making Sense of Media for Local Youth Angela Paradise Associate Professor Department of Communication Wanjiru Mbure Assistant Professor Department of Communication As media and technology expand their impact on our lives students in Mediated Communication Theory a capstone for communication majors are doing more than watching from the sidelines Through the CBL course these Stonehill students are teaching the next generation how to navigate media in our changing world In Angela Paradise s section of the course students teach media literacy to middle school students at a Brockton after school program Davis Commons as well as at the city s Ashfield Middle School The lessons developed and delivered by Paradise s students each week focus on developing critical thinking skills around media consumption messages and their effects on individuals and society Topics touch on media matters that impact tweens and teens including gender stereotypes advertising and hypercommercialism Internet safety and the portrayal of race Discussion of these topics happens around hands on activities from media clip analysis to the creation of a public service announcement reflecting the students new knowledge As they teach these concepts the Stonehill students gain a better understanding of media theory through its application and also help the younger students navigate the daunting media sources and messages they face every day Often there is little to no space in the regular school day for teachers to engage students in discussion around media use and messages says Paradise My students facilitate these critical discussions and touch on important public health issues like food advertising body image and cyberbullying Assistant Professor Wanjiru Mbure who teaches a section of the course in partnership with Brockton s West Middle School says that the translation of communication theories from college classroom to middle school classroom can bring real world surprises It enriches our conversations and it also tests them to see how the younger students respond to topics in the news says Mbure Part of it is seeing how the kids exposure to media is different from the theories we cover in the classroom Sharing the Science of Teaching Eunmi Yang Assistant Professor of Education STEM education is enjoying a moment in the spotlight with media headlines and popular culture declaring the importance of science technology engineering and math Thanks to Professor Eunmi Yang s STEM Education for Teachers course the positive benefits of STEM education are extending to a school in Brockton as Stonehill s future teachers prepare to incorporate STEM in their own classrooms Yang s course a requirement for elementary education majors shows her students the value of inquiry and problem solving the fundamentals of science education and guides them through the important process of preparing lessons then delivering them in front of real students at a community school After spending the beginning of the semester working with Yang in the classroom learning theory and lesson planning tactics the students divide into small groups and visit the school for an hour each week Though the partners have varied the course recently teamed up with the Arnone Elementary School in Brockton working with the third fourth and fifth grade sections of its after school program Helping a child build a love of learning is a wonderful thing and the Stonehill students are doing this

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  • The Hegarty Award  ·  Stonehill College
    a need based scholarship or some combination Learn More Academics Areas of Study Academic Partnerships Academic Program Advising Support Honors Program Honor Societies Academic Clubs Internships Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Outcomes Education for the Heart the Mind Our programs in the arts sciences and business administration emphasize deep understanding and effective practice Explore Areas of Study Student Life Area Attractions Campus Safety Community Standards Counseling Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Faculty Grants Awards The Hegarty Award The Louise F Hegarty Award for Excellence in Teaching The Louise F Hegarty Award for Excellence in Teaching is given each year to a full time faculty member whose teaching has had a marked influence on the lives of Stonehill students Academic Leadership Faculty Resources Guide Forms Handbooks Faculty Focus Grants Awards Policies Guidelines Nominations for the 2016 Hegarty Award are due by April 30 2016 The Hegarty Award is presented each year at Convocation The Committee on Excellence

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  • Faculty Grants  ·  Stonehill College
    Education for the Heart the Mind Our programs in the arts sciences and business administration emphasize deep understanding and effective practice Explore Areas of Study Student Life Area Attractions Campus Safety Community Standards Counseling Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Offices Services Center for Teaching Learning Faculty Grants Instructional Development Grants As part of its mission to support faculty innovation and research on questions of teaching and learning the CTL makes available three kinds of competitive Instructional Development Grants to Stonehill faculty See below for descriptions of each links to application information the application form and a list of past recipients and their proposals Our Mission Programs Events Faculty Grants Grant Application Guidelines Grant Recipients Grant Recipient Reports New Faculty Programs Teaching Tales Scholarship of Teaching Learning Teaching Resources Who s Who in the CTL Contact Info Center for Teaching Learning Duffy Academic Center 114 508 565 1324 Please contact Amy Houston with any questions about any of the grants offered through the CTL IT also offers FIT Grants Faculty Initiatives in Technology Please contact Amy Houston with any questions about any of the grants offered through the CTL SOTL Research Grant one grant awarded per year Awarded annually this 2500 grant provides support for a faculty member or faculty team engaged in research related to the scholarship of teaching and learning SOTL A maximum of 1000 of the grant will be awarded as a stipend and the remaining funds are available to cover research and travel costs related to the project as well as funding for student research assistance If the research proposed involves human subjects applicants should first consult with the Director of Academic Development about Institutional Review Board requirements Preference will be given to projects leading towards publication Applications are due May 1st Classroom Innovation Grant five grants awarded per year Awarded each semester these grants provide start up funds for innovative projects meant to enhance student learning Typically capped at 1000 the grant can support a range of projects development of curricular materials course related student publications and instructional technology innovations in some circumstances technology requests may exceed the typical 1000 cap

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