2013 AEA Grant Recipients

The Office for Academic Excellence and Assessment is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2013 Faculty Development Grants for the Assessment of Student Learning/Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.


To view the abstracts of the successfully funded projects click the following links:

The Institute for Embodied Learning: A Study on the Impact of the Enneagram on Student Learning

  • Anne Dimond, Co-principal Investigator
  • Dr. Faith Kurtyka, Co-principal Investigator
  • Liz Ivkovich

Making the Grade:  Implementing Uniform Grading Procedures in Courses Offered Across Two Modalities  

  • Jacqueline N. Font-Guzman, J.D., Ph.D., Principal Investigator
  • Noam Ebner, LLM, Co-principal Investigator

Health Science Student Readiness and Perceptions of Interprofessional Education:  A Pilot Study

  • Lindsay Iverson, DNP, APRN-NP, ACNP-BC, Principal Investigator
  • Jodi Seevers, MBA, NRP
  • Cathy Carrico, DNP, APRN-NP
  • Kim Hawkins, MS, APRN-NP
  • Meghan Potthoff, MSN, APRN-NP

A Hybrid Approach to Logic Instruction in Philosophy:  Proposal for a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Project 

  • Kevin M. Graham, Ph.D.

Engaging Occupational Therapy Students on Level II Fieldwork through the Use of Synchronous Online Discussion Groups

  • Andrea Thinnes, OTD, OTR/L, Co-Principal Investigator
  • Anna Domina, OTD, OTR/L, Co-Principal Investigator

Impact of iPad Use on Student Learning

  • C. Timothy Dickel, Ed.D., Principal Investigator
  • Maya M. Khanna, Ph.D., Co-principal Investigator

Teaching Students How to Define Occupational Therapy to the Public and Peers Using a Constructivist Model

  • Amy Matthews, OTD, Co-principal Investigator
  • Brenda Coppard, Ph.D., Co-principal Investigator 

An Investigation of the Influence of Previous team Experience on Medical Students' Attitudes about the Value of Teamwork

  • Kathryn N. Huggett, Ph.D., Principal Investigator
  • Thomas Pisarri, Ph.D., Co-principal Investigator
  • Kathryn Istas, M.P.H., Co-principal Investigator