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CFP: UA System Scholars Institute

The University of Alabama System invites you to submit a proposal to present at the 2019 UA System Scholars Institute, May 13 – 14, 2019 at The University of Alabama in Huntsville. We seek individual and group proposals for lecture, panel, hands-on, poster, and roundtable sessions related to the institute’s theme, The Future is Now:

CFP: Project Rising Tide Course Innovation Program

In support of retention and student success, the Office for Academic Affairs seeks proposals from UA faculty for funding to assist them in the redesign of large enrollment courses. A goal of the Rising Tide course innovations grants program is to support faculty seeking to redesign large enrollment classes to increase the academic success of

CFP: A&S Prison Teaching Fellowship

The College is pleased to announce its continued cooperation with the Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project (APAEP), based at Auburn University. During each full semester (fall and spring), the College will name one faculty member as an A&S Prison Teaching Fellow. The recipient of this fellowship will have a one-course reduction on the main

UA Innovation Scholar Awards

Do you have an idea for making your online class more engaging but need funding or expertise to get it off the ground? Innovation Scholar award programs give online teaching faculty and content experts the opportunity to benefit from technology funding and Innovation Team consultation and support toward a proposed Innovation project Scholars will present

Call for Proposals: Bama by Distance Faculty Research Fellows Program

The College of Continuing Studies is proud to offer the competitive Bama By Distance Faculty Research Fellows Program, which provides funding support for up to five Bama By Distance faculty who are interested in pursuing systematic, rigorous investigation into the enhancement of online teaching and learning. Research projects will be followed by dissemination of scholarly work

Distinguished Teaching Fellows 2018-2021

Michael Altman Distinguished Teaching with Technology Fellow, 2018-2021 Michael J. Altman is an assistant professor in the Department of Religious Studies. His areas of research are American religious history, colonialism, theory and method in the study of religion, and Asian religions in American culture. Trained in the field of American religious cultures, he is interested

Call for Proposals: A&S Summer Teaching Grants

The College of Arts and Sciences is now accepting proposals for teaching grants. Grants will be awarded on a competitive basis to tenured, tenure-track, and NTRC faculty for projects beginning Summer 2018. Grants are limited to $2,000, and the College typically awards three. The College is committed to fostering an inclusive community and encouraging diversity

Post Syllabi to Online Syllabus Management System

As a reminder, syllabi for all Fall 2018 courses should be posted to the OIRA system as soon as possible. You can access the Online Syllabus Management (OSM) system through the OIRA Resources channel on myBama (Faculty tab) or by visiting syllabi.ua.edu. For more information, visit syllabi.ua.edu and select Manage. From here, you can create

Call For Proposals: UA System Scholars Institute

The University of Alabama System invites you to submit a proposal to present at the 2018 UA System Scholars Institute, to be held May 10 and 11, 2018 in Birmingham, Alabama at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The Institute seeks individual and group proposals for lecture, panel, hands-on, poster, and roundtable sessions related to technology

Applications Open for ELO Course Designation

Instructional faculty and staff interested in distinguishing their Summer and Fall 2018 course as an Experiential Learning Opportunity (ELO) are invited to apply now for the ELO Course Designation. Courses utilizing UA’s six best practices of experiential learning will receive the designation. The ELO Course Designation will assist students in identifying high- quality experiential learning