Provost Awards Small Grants for Critical Thinking and Writing Project
I am pleased to announce the following faculty and instructors who will receive a small award of research funds for their participation in a project that has an important role in our efforts to improve students’ success. The Critical Thinking and Writing Project engages UNLV faculty and instructors in adopting innovative teaching/learning strategies that help our students navigate the transition from 1st-year writing to 2nd-year writing in the disciplines. Second-year seminar instructors are invited to join this project.
- MacKenzie Burns, School of Community Health Sciences
- Sheila Clark, School of Community Health Sciences
- Courtney Coughenour, School of Community Health Sciences
- Eryn Green, College of Liberal Arts
- Scott Hollifield, College of Liberal Arts
- Sharon Jalene, School of Allied Health Sciences
- Jarret Keene, College of Liberal Arts
- Darwin Morgan, Greenspun College of Urban Affairs
- Roberta Sabbath, College of Liberal Arts
- Ivet Santiago, Greenspun College of Urban Affairs
- Martha Shoemaker, Greenspun College of Urban Affairs
Please join me in congratulating them and thanking them for their commitment to UNLV students’ increased success, and in thanking the faculty/staff team that supports this project:
- Melissa Bowles-Terry
- Laurel Pritchard
- Stefani Relles
- Anne Stevens
- Mary-Ann Winkelmes.
For further information or questions, contact Laurel Pritchard, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Programs.