HIPs Program Development

HIPs Program Development

The Office of Connected Learning wants to support the integration of high-impact practices (HIPS) and experiential learning for students into courses and programs by support those who teach. 

Connected Learning Course Funds

Support one of your classes (new or existing) with funds to bring in guest speakers or cover special project costs. Each year, the Office of Connected Learning funds up to $10,000, annually. Learn more about Course Funds.

Fellows Programs

COIL Fellows: COIL is an approach to fostering global competence through development of a multicultural learning environment that links university classes in different countries. Using various online communication technologies, students from different countries complete shared assignments and projects, with faculty members from each country co-teaching and managing coursework. Learn more about COIL.

CELR Faculty Fellowship: Drawing from the well-established curriculum of the CBLR Fellowship and Diversity, Equity, Community Engagement (DECE) Fellowships, the CELR Fellows will support degree/course clusters of faculty in developing and implementing community engagement into courses. Spanning two years, Fellows complete training and engage in a community of practice. Learn more about CELR Fellowships.

High Impact Practices for Pre-Major Students Fellowship: This fellowship is designed to support faculty who wish to develop High Impact Practice (HIP) assignments for lower division students. Learn more and apply.

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