Columbia University Provost Mary C. Boyce today announced the awardees of the 2022-2023 Office of the Provost’s Teaching and Learning Grants. The grant programs support faculty in developing innovative and technology-rich pedagogies and learning strategies for Columbia courses and beyond. The grants will help assess the effectiveness of new educational methods and tools and illuminate strategies to improve learning outcomes for Columbia students across disciplines.
The following Data Science Institute members and affiliates received 2022-2023 awards.
Innovative Course Design
Introducing Case-Based Teaching into Interdisciplinary Data Privacy Education, Rachel Cummings, Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
Interdisciplinary Teaching Award
Re-design of Healthcare Management, Design, and Strategy, Carri Chan, John A. Howard Professor of Business with Peter Tollman, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Business, and Taylor Sewell, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Science of Learning Research Initiative (SOLER) Grant
Neuro-DBER: A New Area of Discipline-Based Education Research that Leverages Neuroscience to Enhance Teaching and Learning, Xiaofu He, Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurobiology (in Psychiatry) with Alfredo Spagna, Lecturer in the Discipline of Psychology
Evaluating Augmented Reality (AR) Using Microsoft Mesh Hololens 2 for Teaching Deep Expertise in Introductory Biochemistry, Brent Stockwell, Professor of Biological Sciences and Chemistry
Emerging Technologies Grant
Evaluating Augmented Reality (AR) Using Microsoft Mesh and Hololens 2 for Teaching Deep Expertise in Introductory Biochemistry, Brent Stockwell, Professor of Biological Sciences and Chemistry
Information regarding Columbia’s online teaching and learning efforts and resources and previous faculty awardees may be found on the Columbia Office of Teaching, Learning, and Innovation website.