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U.Va. leads state in CVC giving for 10th year

Dr. Kesler, force behind the CMC, retires after 27 years

U.Va. building Japanese partnerships
TTI fellowship deadline Feb. 15
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U.Va. cleans up at CASE
Notable -- awards and achievements off faculty and staff
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University to honor King on Jan. 22
Community service added to leave policy
Firefighters were key in America’s founding



TTI fellowship deadline Feb. 15

The Teaching+Technology Initiative Fellowship Program is soliciting grant applications for 2002-03 from faculty members who are interested in developing exciting, innovative uses of technology for undergraduate teaching.

In a change from past years, the program will operate on the academic year schedule, with fellows selected at the end of March who will begin their fellowship year in September. At least four different projects integrating teaching and technology will be selected this year. Applications should be forwarded to the Provost’s Office, c/o TTI Fellowship Program, by Feb. 15.

Fellows will be provided with the hardware and software, as well as the release time (e.g. summer stipend and/or course relief), necessary to complete their projects. Project budgets should not exceed $20,000.

Instructions and the application form for the fellowships, which are sponsored by the offices of the Vice President for Information Technology and the Provost, can be found at http://tti.itc.virginia.edu/tti_rfp.html, or are available from deans, department chairs or the Teaching Resource Center.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to consult with a TTI Instructional Technology Adviser as they develop their proposals. For information about the technological side of the program, contact John Alexander (john@virginia.edu) of ITC. For other information, contact Judith Reagan (jude@virginia.edu) at the Teaching Resource Center.


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