Non-Tenure Track Faculty Professional Development Grants Announced
UCDALI, the University of Colorado Denver Association of Lecturers and Instructors, is pleased to announce the recipients of the first CLAS Non-Tenure Track Faculty Professional Development grants:
Margaret Woodhull (Master of Humanities Program) will present her paper “Architecture and Female Agency in Post–Augustan Rome: Agrippina the Younger’s Temple for Divine Claudius and the Demise of Imperial Women Building Rome” at the international conference: “Commemorating Augustus,” University of Leeds, England.
Margaret Bruehl (Department of Chemistry) will participate in workshops and present two of her own papers from her project “Enhancing General Chemistry Pedagogy through Active Collaborations” at the 2014 Biennial Conference on Chemical Education.
Patrick Shaou-Whea Dodge (Department of Communication, ICB) presented "Contesting the Facade of Harmony Through Art and the Internet in China" at the annual convention of the Western States Communication Association “Dilemmas & Opportunities of U.S.-China Communication in an Age of Globalization.”
Marta K. Maroń (Department of Chemistry) will engage in curriculum development to improve chemistry students’ technical writing skills with her project “A progressive approach to improving undergraduate science writing through laboratory courses.”
Linda Alcott (Department of Modern Languages) will be designing a new course, "Voices of Haiti and the Caribbean," and presenting on this topic at the Fall 2014 Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association Conference.
Masoud Asadi-Zeydabadi (Department of Physics) will bring physics education and undergraduate research opportunities to low income students with his project "Low Cost and Genuine Research in Complex Systems."
Gail E. Krovitz (Department of Anthropology) will enhance new anthropology course offerings by participating in the "Forensic anthropology workshop: Analysis of bone trauma and pseudo-trauma in suspected violent deaths."