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DELTA Express Grants Fall 2023 Recipients

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DELTA has awarded a total of 16 Express Grants stretching across seven colleges. There were six Virtual Tours, four Course Mapping, three Course Accessibility and three Instructional Tools Grants accepted for the fall.

DELTA Express Grants differ from DELTA Grants in that they are shorter and more directed toward course improvement which will last a semester as opposed to the traditional year. Faculty recipients will work with the Digital Learning team to enhance their courses through the Express Grants.

Recipients of Virtual Tours Grants:

  • Lyra Dumdum, Virtual Tours of NC State University‚Äôs Solar Installations, College of Natural Resources, Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources
  • Behnam Pourdeyhimi, CTI Spunbond and Hydroentangling Lab Capabilities Tour, Wilson College of Textiles, Department of Textile Engineering, Chemistry and Science
  • Rico Ruffino, Augmented Reality Sustainable Process, College of Natural Resources, Department of Forest Biomaterials
  • Tommy Stephenson, Virtual Tour of BAE Teaching Shop, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Sociology and Anthropology
  • Jared Stewart-Ginsburg, Creating Virtual Tours of Inclusive Classrooms, College of Education, Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences
  • Elena Veety, Virtual Tour of ASSIST Center Lab Spaces, College of Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Recipients of Course Mapping Grants:

  • Alyssa Degreenia, AGI 161, Agricultural Operations, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Department of Agricultural Institute
  • Edeoba¬†Edobor, ARE 395-100, Special Topics in Agricultural and Resource Economics (Digital Marketing), College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics
  • Renee Harrington, HESF 113, High Intensity Conditioning, College of Academic and Student Affairs, Health and Exercise Studies
  • Tommy Stephenson, BAE 325, Introductory Geomatics, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

Recipients of Course Accessibility Grants:

  • Alina Duca, MA 225, College of Sciences, Department of Mathematics
  • Remi Ham, HS 205 (Sec. 601) Home Food Production, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Department of Horticultural Science
  • Julia McKeown, ECI 514, Developing and Delivering Online Instruction, College of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences

Recipients of Instructional Tools Grants:

  • Joe Manning, Assessment approaches to handle engineering courses with increasing enrollment and multiple sections, College of Engineering, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Tamara Pandolfo, Increasing student-student and student-content interaction with Perusall, College of Natural Resources, Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources
  • Julianne Treme, Bridging the Feedback Gap: Adopting GradeScope for Asynchronous Course Assessment, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics

Congratulations to all of the recipients!