Yale Center for Teaching and Learning

2018 Grant Awardees

In spring 2018, seven grants were awarded to Yale GSAS students to support the creation of new and innovative educational opportunities using digital and/or online platforms.

2018 Grant Awardees:

Adam Andis, Forestry and Environmental Studies, Through the Eyes of Animals

Ana Rosenvollmar, Yale School of Public Health, Communicating Science: a blog-based toolkit for translating health science writing into writing for health communication

Richard Crouse and Erica Gorenberg, Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program, LiteraSci: Fostering scientific literacy through interactive study of scientific research

Jennifer Weintritt, Classics, Training in the Target Language: Treebanking as a Translation Alternative for Latin Learners

Svetlana Tcareva, Slavic Languages and Literatures, “Travel to Russia” e-Learning Language Simulator

Amelia Kennedy and Burton Westermeier, History, Digital Camino de Santiago Project

Marissa Moore and William Watson, Music, AMEBAS: Annotated Music Examples for Basic Aural Skills

The Poorvu Center showcased grant projects during an event on Thursday, November 29, 2018.