Texas Tech University

Assessment Innovation Grant

Applying for the Grant:

 

The Office of Planning and Assessment is pleased to announce the Assessment Innovation Grant (AIG) award. This award is available to faculty and staff who are actively engaged in assessment activities within their department or unit. Our office proudly supports your efforts to improve assessment methodologies, and we encourage you to submit your application for consideration. Our office will grant four AIG awards for the 2019-2020 academic year. The application deadline is November 30, 2019. Winners will be determined from a committee comprised of OPA staff and members of the University-Level IE Committee.

 

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2018 Assessment Innovation Grant Award Winners 

OPA is pleased to announce the winner's of this year's Assessment Innovation Grant. We awarded four $500 grants to individuals who demonstrated a commitment to innovative assessment practices within their department. This year's winners are:

Dr. Gordana Lazic, Assistant Professor of Practice, Communication Studies

Mr. James Durham, Instructor, Teacher Education

Professor Gerry Beyer, Professor Brian Shannon, and Professor Rick Rosen, School of Law

Dr. Kelli Cargile-Cook, Professor, Professional Communication

Office of Planning and Assessment