Grant Awardees

Compass Grants for 2014-2015

These faculty were awarded $500 in travel, technology or supplies for course development:

 

Fall 2014 Compass Curriculum Grants Awardees

Faculty can use these awards for travel, technology or supplies to develop the course.

Jared Benson, Letters, Arts and Sciences: History

Resistance and Revolution

Area(s) of submissions: Inclusiveness

Amount awarded: $500


Eric Billmeyer, Letters, Arts and Sciences: Geography and Environmental Studies

Environmental Geology

Area(s) of submission: Sustainability

Amount awarded: $500


Dustin Bluhm, College of Business: Management

Business, Government and Society

Area(s) of submission: Sustainability

Amount awarded: $500


Robert Block, Engineering and Applied Sciences: Assistant Dean

Engineering Probability and Statistics

Area(s) of submission: Navigate

Amount awarded: $500


Perrin Cunningham, Heller's Center for Arts and Humanities: Director

Ancient Myth in Popular Culture: The Sci-Fi Film

Area(s) of submission: Navigate

Amount awarded: $500


Abby Ferber, Letters, Arts and Science: Sociology

Telling Stories: Race and Civil Rights

Area(s) of submission: Navigate and Inclusiveness

Amount awarded: $500


Cerian Gibbes, Letters, Arts and Sciences: Geography and Environmental Studies

Geography of Sub-Saharan Africa

Area(s) of submission: Sustainability and Inclusiveness

Amount awarded: $500


Lesley Ginsberg, Letters, Arts and Sciences: English

Nature's Nation: Sustainability and American Literature

Area(s) of Submission: Navigate

Amount awarded: $500


Lesley Ginsberg, Letters, Arts and Sciences: English

The Environmental Gothic: Literature, Film, Theory

Area(s) of submission: Navigate and Sustainability

Amount awarded: $500


Wendy Haggren, Letters, Arts and Science: Chemistry and Biochemistry

Digital Media and the Humanities

Area(s) of Submission: Navigate

Amount Awarded: $500


Willie Harrison, Engineering and Applied Sciences: Electrical and Computer Engineering

Engineering Probability and Statistics

Area(s) of submission: Navigate

Amount awarded: $500


David Havlick, Letters, Arts and Science: Geography and Environmental Studies

Qualitative Methods in Geography

Area(s) of submission: Sustainability and Inclusiveness

Amount awarded: $500


Christina Jimenez, Letters, Arts and Sciences: History

Latin American Since 1810

Area(s) of submission: Sustainability

Amount awarded: $500


Anna Kosloski, School of Public Affairs

Women and Crime

Area(s) of submission: Navigate

Amount awarded: $500


Rebecca Laroche, Letters, Arts and Sciences: English

Shakespeare and Sustainability

Area(s) of submission: Sustainability

Amount awarded: $500


Nicholas Lee, Letters, Arts and Sciences: Sociology

Resistance and Revolution

Area(s) of submission: Inclusiveness

Amount awarded: $500


Katherine Mack, Letters, Arts and Sciences: English

Rhetoric and the Making of Colorado Springs: A Service-Learning Course

Area(s) of submission: Navigate

Amount awarded: $500


Colin McAllister, Visual and Performing Arts: Music

Visions of Darkness: Apocalypse and Dystopia in Literature, Art and Film

Area(s) of submission: Navigate and Inclusiveness

Amount awarded: $500


Dena Samuels, Letters, Arts and Sciences: Women and Ethnics Studies

Media and Consumption: Monopolies, Myths and Misrepresentations

Area(s) of submission: Sustainability and Inclusiveness

Amount awarded: $500


Alexander Soifer, Interdepartmental Studies, Letter, Arts and Sciences

Emergence of Infinity in Arts and Sciences

Area(s) of submission: Navigate

Amount awarded: $500


Michaela Steen, Visual and Performing Arts: Visual Resource Center

Contemporary Art

Area(s) of submission: Navigate

Amount awarded: $500


Michaela Steen, Visual and Performing Arts: Visual Resource Center

Ancient Myth in Popular Culture: The Sci-Fi Film

Area(s) of submission: Navigate

Amount awarded: $500


Michaela Steen, Visual and Performing Arts: Visual Resource Center

Visions of Darkness: Apocalypse and Dystopia in Literature, Art and Film

Area(s) of submission: Navigate and Inclusiveness

Amount awarded: $500


Janice Thorpe, Letters, Arts and Sciences: Communication

Business and Professional Communication

Area(s) of submission: Navigate

Amount awarded: $500

Signature Navigate course development grants

Signature Navigate courses are interdisciplinary courses taught by faculty from across colleges that have at least one integrated component flag (Writing Intensive, Sustainability, or Inclusiveness). These faculty were awarded $1000 in travel, technology or supplies for course development

Signature Navigate Grant Awardees Fall 2014

Faculty can use these awards for travel, technology or supplies to develop the course.

Kathy Cathcart, School of Public Affairs: Criminal Justice

Sara Kaka, College of Education: Curriculum and Instruction

Hilary Smith, Letters, Arts and Sciences: Sociology

The Education and Reintegration of the Juvenile Offender

Area(s) of Submission: Writing Intensive Course and Inclusiveness

Amount award: $1,000 per faculty member


Andrew Ketsdever, Engineering and Applied Sciences: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Dan Lykins, Letters, Arts and Sciences: Biology

Keri Mesirow Letters, Arts and Sciences: Biology

Bio-Inspired Design

Area(s) of Submission: Writing Intensive Course, Inclusiveness and Sustainability

Amount awarded: $1,000 per faculty member


Spencer Harris, College of Business, Marketing

Jeffrey Montez de Oca, Letters, Arts and Sciences: Sociology

Zek Valkyrie, Letters, Arts and Sciences: Sociology

Sport, Society and Power

Area(s) of Submission: Inclusiveness and Sustainability

Amount awarded: $1,000 per faculty member


Abby Ferber, Letters, Arts and Sciences: Womens and Ethnics Studies

Emily Nusbaum, College of Education: Special Education

Kimbra Smith, Letters, Arts and Science: Anthropology

Designing the Ideal Human: Eugenics across Time Periods and Cultures

Area(s) of submissions: Inclusiveness

Amount awarded: $1,000 per faculty member


Julie Albertson, Engineering and Applied Sciences: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Kevin Tvrdy, Letters, Arts and Sciences: Chemistry and Biochemistry

Robert Wonnett, School of Public Affairs

Energy, Energy Systems, and Energy Policy

Area(s) of Submissions: Writing Intensive Course and Sustainability

Amount awarded: $1,000 per faculty member


Henriikka Weir, School of Public Affairs

Sandy Wurtele, Letters, Arts and Sciences: Psychology

Trauma of Child Maltreatment: Psychological, Criminal Justice, Medical, and Public Health Perspectives

Area(s) of submissions: Writing Intensive

Amount awarded: $1,000 per faculty member