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Essentials of Effective Proposal Preparation
This course is designed to prepare participants to craft and submit an education-oriented grant proposal for NSF and enhance their understanding of strategies for developing more effective proposals.
DELTA Junior Faculty Institute
This course is designed to prepare early-stage faculty members to integrate their scholarship, teaching, and service to advance their careers in alignment with personal goals and institutional and disciplinary expectations.
ASEE Presents: Master Class on Effective Teaching
This course is designed to provide K-12 and university-level STEM instructors with a common framework, terminology, and practical exercises to develop their teaching on a soundly neuroscientific basis.
DELTA Future Faculty Institute
This course is designed to prepare current graduate-level students and individuals in industry for a successful launch of their career as a new engineering faculty member.
DELTA New Faculty Institute
This course is designed to prepare new engineering faculty members to successfully launch their classrooms and careers, while effectively preparing engineering leaders of tomorrow.
DELTA New Department Leaders Institute
This course is designed to provide new department chairs with the knowledge and tools needed to positively launch and navigate this leadership role.
DELTA Aspiring Deans Institute
This course is designed to prepare senior chairs, department heads, associate deans, and other administrators to be able to lead a successful, thriving college and become change agents for the engineering professoriate.
Essentials of Effective Instruction
This course is designed to provide engineering and STEM educators with the knowledge and tools needed to apply evidence-based instructional strategies in their classrooms that foster enhanced student learning and success.
Replacing Implicit Bias: Recognize, Reconsider, & Respond
This workshop is designed to provide educators, administrators, and staff with the knowledge and tools to recognize common expressions of bias in academic settings and interrupt biases when they occur.