The 2022 Faculty Grant Review Committee and Explorance are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2022 Explorance Faculty Research Grants for the Bluenotes Community. We received many excellent applications from Bluenotes Community member institutions, and would like to thank everyone who applied.
The Recipients of 2022 Explorance Faculty Research Grants
A blind review process was administered and coordinated by the University of Minnesota. Each research grant application was anonymized upon receipt by Explorance for review by at least two members of our 18-person review committee, made up of faculty and administrators representing Higher-Ed institutions in the Bluenotes Community from around the world.
Thirty-four (34) grant applications were received. The evaluation scoring rubric was used to score all of the proposals. The highest score on any proposal was 56 (all 7s on the rubric) making the highest combined total from both reviewers 112.
||Robyn Moore, Bruno Roy, Elizabeth A. L. Gillis
||Exploring How Student Ratings of Instruction Data Are Being Utilized for Research on Teaching and Learning
|Kennesaw State University
||Amir Ali Amiri Moghadam
||Raising Student Learning Success: A Process-focused Automated Feedback System
|La Trobe University
||Kamanashis Biswas & Bhavani Sridharan, Australian Catholic University
||The Effect of Adaptive Education Intervention on the Ability and Aptitude in Cybersecurity Career Paths: A Quasi-Experimental Study
|National University of Singapore
||Ang Eng Tat, Sara, Sim Li Ean, Jaya Bharathi, Chandrika
||Exploring the Impact on Student’s Learning and Experience – a Two-phase Comparative Study Comparing Virtual Dissection (Anatomage Table) and Cadaveric Dissection on the Gross and Cross-sectional Human Anatomy (Singapore’s Perspective)
|Saint Mary’s College of California
||Assessing Shared Inquiry as a Form of Oral Communication Core Competency Using Dialogue Coding and Student Feedback Data
|Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
||Student Diversity, Diversity of Learning: Assessing Student and Faculty Experiences with High-Impact Practices in an Honors Curriculum
|University of Louisville
||Linda Fuselier, Andrew Rich
||Improving Inclusive Clinical Skills Evaluation with Large Video-Coding Datasets
|University of Toronto
||Gregory Hum, Clarissa Lau, Cora McCloy, Kyle Turner, Katharine Lauder
||An Investigation of the Interpretation and Use of Course Evaluations Data to Inform the Development of Reports that Contribute to Better Practices
|University of Waikato
||Rahat Hasan, Emma-Leigh Hodge
||A Deeper Shade of Blue: Improving the Reporting of Blue Evaluations Data
||Andree Robinson-Neal, Mandira Arnab Aich, Sadekie Lyttle-Forbes
||Experiences of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Othering among YU Students: Exploring a Community of Belonging
The faculty research grant recipients will present their research findings at the Bluenotes Global 2022 conference to be held in Chicago from July 30 through August 3, 2022, as a part of knowledge transfer.