Large-Scale Teaching & Learning Grants

The list of awardees and courses can be found below.  Additional RFPs will be issued in the next academic year.  We look forward to continuing to support Columbia faculty as they develop new and exciting enhancements of teaching and learning at the University, and showcase our outstanding faculty and curriculum to a global audience.

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Spring 2021 Large-Scale Teaching & Learning Grant Awardees

 

Reducing Bias in Standardized Patient Assessments of Medical Students
Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons


Beth Barron, Associate Professor of Medicine; Associate Director of CUMC/NYP Mary & Michael Jaharis Simulation Center

 

 

Founding a Health Sciences Campus Anti-Racist Educator Community of Practice to Enhance Equity and Justice in Healthcare
Columbia University Irving Medical Center


Jonathan Amiel, Associate Professor of Psychiatry; Senior Associate Dean for Innovation in Health Professions Education

 

Mapping Public Health Curriculum for Anti-Racism and Equity
Mailman School of Public Health


Joseph Michael, Vice Dean for Education; Associate Professor of Epidemiology

 

 

Learning Greece from the Streets: An Urban E-Archaeology of the City
Faculty of Arts & Sciences


Nikolas Kakkoufa, Lecturer in Modern Greek

 

Cultivating Science Identity and Increasing Persistence in STEM Expanding Access, Training, and Support for Undergraduate Researchers
Faculty of Arts & Sciences

Nim Tottenham
Professor of Psychology

Lila Davachi
Professor of Psychology

Caroline Marvin
Lecturer in the Discipline of Psychology

Developing an Innovative Hybrid Curriculum for Professional Development and Leadership
Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

 

Jenny Mak
Adjunct Associate Professor; Executive Director of Professional Development and Leadership

 

Elizabeth Strauss
Director of Professional Development and Leadership

Spring 2020 Large-Scale Teaching & Learning Grant Awardees

 

Developing an Interactive Teaching Library for the Columbia College Core Curriculum Using CourseWorks
Columbia College


​Larry Jackson, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Core Curriculum, and Undergraduate Programs

 

 

Refining Goals and Redesigning the Flagship Introductory Psychology Course: Fostering Engagement for Deeper, Longer-Lasting Learning
School of Arts & Sciences


​Caroline Marvin, Lecturer in the Discipline of Psychology, Director of Academic Affairs, Director of Undergraduate Studies in Neuroscience & Behavior, Department of Psychology

 

MSPH School-Wide Teaching Assistant Training
Mailman School of Public Health


​Matthew Perzanowski, Associate Professor of Environmental Health Sciences

 

 

Suffusing a Power, Race, Oppression and Privilege (PROP) lens throughout the Columbia School of Social Work (CSSW) Curriculum
Columbia School of Social Work


​Susan Witte, Professor of Social Work

 

Spring 2019 Large-Scale Teaching & Learning Grant Awardees

Developing Dental Students as Primary Care Resources: Enhancing Clinical Education through an Innovative, Active-Learning-Oriented Educator Development Program

 

Shuba Dathatri
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medical Education in Surgery

James Fine
Professor of Dental Medicine at CUMC, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Aubrie Swan Sein
Assistant Clinical Professor of Educational Assessment; Director of the Center for Education Research and Evaluation

Laureen Zubiaurre Bitzer 
Associate Professor of Dental Medicine at CUMC, Senior Associate Dean, Admissions and Career Planning, College of Dental Medicine Program Director, Advanced Standing Program, College of Dental Medicine

 

Digital Ear Training Improvisation Initiative
Columbia College

Peter Susser, Lecturer in the Discipline of Music; Director of Undergraduate Musicianship

 

 

Extending Professional Development for Columbia Graduate Students: Teaching-Conference Support
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences 


Carlos Alonso, Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Vice President for Graduate Education

 

 

Redesigning the Pre-Clerkship Curriculum with Deep Integration, Active Learning, and Competency-Based Assessment with Coaching
College of Physicians and Surgeons


Jonathan Amiel, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University Irving Medical Center

 

 

Transforming Introductory Physics Education at Columbia: Towards an Active Learning Paradigm
Faculty of Arts and Sciences 


​Jeremy Dodd, Senior Lecturer in Physics

 

Spring 2018 Large-Scale Teaching & Learning Grant Awardees

 

Assessment to Document Student Learning in Frontiers of Science
Columbia College


Ivana Nikolic Hughes, Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of Chemistry

 

Building and Sustaining Inclusive Pedagogies in First-Year Writing and First-Year Seminar at Barnard College
Barnard College

 

Pam Cobrin
Co-Director of First-Year Seminar

Laurie Postlewate
Co-Director of First-Year Seminar

Wendy Schor-Haim
Director of First-Year Writing

Cecelia Lie-Spahn
Associate Director of First-Year Writing

 

Division of Periodontics: Online Faculty Calibration Tool
Columbia College


Dana Wolf, Associate Professor of Dental Medicine (Periodontics) at the Columbia University Medical Center, College of Dental Medicine, Columbia University Irving Medical Center

 

sTEAM Fellowship Program: A Team-based, Experiential Learning Research Program for Underrepresented Students
Columbia College, General Studies

 

Dustin Rubenstein
Associate Professor of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology

 

Darcy Kelley
Harold Weintraub Professor of Biological Sciences

 

Transforming Public Health Education at Mailman through Digital Learning
Mailman School of Public Health​

Julie Kornfeld, Associate Professor of Epidemiology at the Columbia University Medical Center; Vice Dean for Education, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University Irving Medical Center