Dr. Patrick Harrison, Teaching Assistant Professor in Psychology and Neuroscience, is a recipient of a 2020 UNC Center for Faculty Excellence (CFE) Summer School Teaching with Technology Mini-Grant.
The Summer School Teaching With Technology Mini-Grant Program was launched in 2018 to encourage faculty adoption or expansion of instructional technologies or software use in Summer School courses. The goal of the program is for faculty to adopt interactive software or instructional technologies that they currently do not use and that will enhance student participation and engagement. Those faculty selected will receive a $750 grant in recognition of the extra effort and time to learn and adopt the technology and/or software for their summer course, and the Teaching with Technology Mini-Grant is given to faculty in support of their innovative teaching. Congratulations, Dr. Harrison!