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Experience DELTA Grants through an Interactive Digital Poster Session

Are you interested in how DELTA Grants projects impact student success? Or how the partnership between DELTA and faculty members works? Join us for our DELTA Grants Showcase!

We’re hosting the Spring 2019 DELTA Grants Showcase on March 25, 2019, from 2-4 p.m. in the Teaching and Visualization Lab in Hunt Library.

The event will highlight a variety of completed DELTA Grants projects through an interactive digital poster session. The event will give people across campus an opportunity to learn about the collaborative nature of the partnership between DELTA and faculty.

The interactive digital poster session will show off visuals from the project as well as highlight challenges, solutions and outcomes. This is your chance to explore innovative learning activities for yourself.

During the event, attendees will talk with DELTA Grant faculty members and DELTA staff about their experiences collaborating together and the ways these grant projects have impacted student success.

Join us to learn more about DELTA Grants projects from a variety of colleges. Visit for a list of projects available to explore.

The event is free and open to the university community. Please email Cathi Dunnagan with questions.

Featured DELTA Grant Projects

Agriculture and Life Sciences



  • Peter Hessling, ELP 344 School and Society | Online and Distance Education
  • Angela Smith | Faculty Fellows


  • Jason King, Applying Theory to Practice: CSC 316 Data Structures for Computer Scientists | Critical Path Course Redesign 

Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Karen Tharrington, Changing Sombreros: FLS 102 Needs a Makeover! | Online and Distance Education 
    • Note: DELTA team member Ben Huckaby will be present to discuss this project and Karen Tharrington will attend virtually
  • Amanda Edwards | Faculty Fellows

Natural Resources

  • Michael Kanters, Sport Facility Virtual Reality Field Trips and Assessment | Exploratory
  • Annette Moore, Blending PRT 358 Recreation Program Planning | Blended Learning
  • Joe Roise, Chris Moorman and Jennifer Costanza, Fire Ecology/eFireOnline and Distance Education/Exploratory 
    • Note: Jennifer Costanza will be present to discuss this project
  • Stacy Supak | Faculty Fellows


The 2019-2020 DELTA Grants submission system opens April 8. The RFPs will be released March 11 with information sessions and group consultations occurring in March and April. Visit for more information.