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FITT 2017 Proposals
Faculty Innovations in Teaching and Technology (FITT) is a competitive program for faculty seeking to enhance student learning in innovative ways.
FITT awardees undertake creative pedagogical experiments and explore emerging technologies within a vibrant community committed to sharing experiences and expertise. FITT fosters a culture of assessment and encourages faculty to contribute to the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Please fill out the following form by 3/10/2017 to apply for the FITT 2017 program.
Department or Program
African Puerto Rican / Latino Studies
Asian American Studies Program
Curriculum and Teaching
Classical and Oriental Studies
Creative Writing Program
Economics and Accounting
Educational Foundations and Counseling
Film and Media Studies
Jewish Social Studies
Latin American & Caribbean Studies
Mathematics and Statistics
Medical Lab Sciences
Physics and Astronomy
Public Service Scholar Program
Public Policy Program
Urban Affairs and Planning
Urban Public Health
Women and Gender Studies
Part-time faculty must have at least three years of service at Hunter and a letter of endorsement from the department chair. If you are a part-time faculty member, please upload a file containing this letter of endorsement.
If you are submitting a joint proposal, please list the names and Hunter email addresses of other faculty members who will be working on this project.
About Your Project
Course(s) or program(s) that this project will impact
What student learning challenge(s) would you like to address with this project? (100 word max)
How will your project address this/these challenge(s)? (100 words max)
What are some concrete things you plan to accomplish this summer? (100 word max)
How will you know if your project has enhanced the student learning process and/or outcomes? (100 word max)
How will your project impact a large number of students or serve as a model for other projects? (100 word max)
Do you anticipate the need for any resources (e.g., specialized hardware or software) beyond those currently available at Hunter? If so, please list below and give an estimate of the cost.
Do you have a source of funding for these resources?
If not, would it be possible for you to complete this project without these resources?
I understand that if I receive this award, I will:
Attend a meeting at the end of the Spring semester
Discuss my work in progress during at least one "cookies and chat" meeting in July or August
Complete all significant design and planning for my project during summer 2017
Present my preliminary work to FITT colleagues at a post-summer meeting in late August
Implement and assess my project in the 2017-2018 academic year
Present my project at an ACERT Lunchtime Seminar in the 2017-2018 academic year
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