Summer fellowships

2012 SUMMER COURSE DEVELOPMENT FELLOWSHIPS
Funds are available to support the development of new courses in several categories including Catholic Studies, Jesuit, Applied Ethics, and Diversity. These fellowships require two consecutive months of full-time course development work in the summer with the expectation the newly developed course will become a regular part of the University’s curricular offerings.

CATHOLIC STUDIES
Santa Casciani and Antonio Perez-Romero
Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Cultures
To develop a team-taught course titled “Framing Spiritual Modernity: Juan de Valdes, Michelangelo, and Vittoria Colonna”

Doris Donnelly
Department of Theology and Religious Studies
To develop a course titled “Global Perspectives: Contemporary Catholic Theology”

Ed Hahnenberg
Department of Theology and Religious Studies
To develop a course titled “Saints and Society”

Joe Kelly
Department of Theology and Religious Studies
To revise RL 228, “American Christianity,” to make it more inclusive of the religious traditions of historically marginalized groups

Barnes

SUMMER TEACHING FELLOWSHIP
Summer Teaching Fellowships support faculty engagement in pedagogical scholarship in ways that improve the classrroom experience, provide models for effective teaching, and pioneer new teaching methods.

Medora Barnes
Department of Sociology
To examine how classroom response systems (clickers) can be used best in introductory sociology classes, including development of assessment instruments to track and compare student learning with and without clickers.


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