Excellence in Creative Inquiry Award

Click here to nominate CISE faculty and students for the Excellence in Creative Inquiry Award.

2016

Award for Excellence in Creative Inquiry Instruction

  • Dr. Lori Maxwell, Department of Political Science (College of Arts and Sciences): POLS 3130, Moot Court

  • Dr. Amber Spears, Department of Curriculum and Instruction (College of Education): FOED 3810 class, Field Experiences in Education

2017

Award for Excellence in Creative Inquiry Instruction

  • Dr. Amanda Carroll, Department of Chemistry (College of Arts and Science): CHEM 2910, Introduction to Research Methods

  • Dr. Helen Hunt, Department of English (College of Arts and Sciences): ENGL 4340, Topics in American Literature: Queer, Crossed, Quixotic: Early American Adventure Narratives & Gender Theory

  • Dr. Jennifer Meadows, Department of Curriculum and Instruction (College of Education): ELED 3152, Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School

2018

Award for Excellence in Creative Inquiry Instruction

  • Dr. Queen Ogbomo, Department of Curriculum and Instruction (College of Education): ELED 3140, Teaching of Social Studies

  • Dr. Amber Spears, Department of Curriculum and Instruction (College of Education): READ 3311, Literacy I

Award for Excellence in Creative Inquiry Mentoring

  • Dr. Holly Stretz.  Department of Chemical Engineering (College of Engineering). Student: Parker Lusk.  Project Title: Detection of Lead Contaminants in Water using Functionalized Gold Nanoparticles

  • Dr. Jeanette Wolak.  Department of Earth Sciences (College of Arts and Sciences).  Student: Amber Patterson.  Project Title: Analysis of Terraced Fans on Mars using High-Resolution Digital Terrain Models

Excellence in Creative Inquiry Student Award

Mary Holden.  Mentor: Dr. Brian Leckie.  Department of Agriculture (College of Agriculture and Human Ecology).  Project Title: Field Evaluation of Southern Appalachian Heirloom Bush Type Green Beans

Parker Lusk. Mentor: Dr. Holly Stretz. Department of Chemical Engineering (College of Engineering). Project Title: Detection of Lead Contaminants in Water using Functionalized Gold Nanoparticles

Nathan Martindale. Mentor: Dr. Jerry Gannod. Department of Computer Science (College of Engineering). Project Title: Use of Machine Learning Algorithms to Help Understand Preferences of Residents in Long Term Care Facilities

David York. Mentor: Dr. Sean Alley. Department of Economics, Finance and Marketing (College of Business). Project Title: Maximizing Government Revenue through Taxation

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