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President's Imagination Mini Grants

President's Imagination Mini Grants

2017 Grant Application Instructions

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2017-2018 Proposal Review Form

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Listed are the 2017-2018 recipients of the President's Imagination Mini Grant Award:

Dr. Matt Waters, "Eye in the Sky"

The project will provide three modern cameras, including a UAS (drone), for student use in specific mass communications courses. Goals include student experience with modern cameras and increased student engagement.

Thomas Herron, "EMS Preceptor Training and Improvement"

This project will address the accreditation requirement of documented training for all preceptors and will improve the clinical experiences for our students because all preceptors will have the same training in how to evaluate and communicate with students.

Stacie Bradshaw "Innovative Tools in Education"

This project will purchase Swivl's, which will be used to record classroom lectures to be posted in Momentum courses as well as the use during the annual Symposium on Powerful Teaching. This will also allow for the start of flexible seating options to be available in the Education Workroom, which will hopefully increase student engagement.

Lyndy Wibking "Unlocking the Library: Increasing First-Year Student Success through Library Breakout Games"

This project will provide freshmen/new students with an orientation to the library and an opportunity to learn, discuss, and apply information literacy skills with their peers in a format that is interactive and engaging. The Breakout Game format requires students to work together in small groups to solve a series of puzzles/tasks in order to ultimately open a locked box, within a set time-frame.

David Lane "RSCC Middle College Promotional Branding for Program Awareness & Enrollment Increase"

The purpose of this grant is to expand RSCC Middle College positive brand value while increasing enrollment of qualified Middle College students, thus being part of Roane State's vision to be a premier learning institution that transforms lives, strengthens community, and inspires individuals to excellence while supporting RSCC Strategic Objectives Access 1.0 and Student Success 2.4.

Saundra Stiles "Mobile Prop Boxes"

The purpose of this project is to enhance teaching and learning for early childhood students. The overall goal is to provide access to developmentally appropriate materials that students could use in fieldwork assignments and projects.

Kirk Harris "Improving Campus Classroom Assignment / Location Communication Display"

The purpose of this project is to improve the Knox County Campus by adding a TV that can electronically broadcast room assignments and other RSCC information for the over-all campus appearance/operations.

Kim Harris "Investing in Internships"

This project is focused on increasing student internships that are available and to provide the benefits of having an internship experience. The grant will develop student-focused PR campaign informing them on benefits and opportunities of regional internships as well as educate Roane State faculty and staff on benefits of student internships to start the development of becoming an institution that embraces student/employer internships.

Emily DeLozier "Open House and Reunion for Graduates of Roane State PTA Program"

The project goals are to promote the success of the Roane State PTA program within the community, create interest for clinical areas to support our clinical facilities, present to graduates and clinical educators about our state-of-the-art facilities, to promote the PTA graduate as the most prepared for employment in our region, and create community relations that support the educational endeavor of the PTA program at Roane State.

Sharon Baird "Improving Campus Information Displays"

The purpose of this project is to make a positive first impression on students at the Scott County Campus by adding display cases for publications and other information that will improve the campuses' look and feel.

Kathryn Wibking "Bone Box for A&P Skeletal System Review"

Anatomy & Physiology is a key course for many RSCC students, and the ability to name an identify the bones of the skeletal system is an important and different aspect of A&P. This project will allow students to check out skeleton models from the RSCC library for review outside of class.

 

Contact: Sarah M Grant • (865) 354-3000 ext. 4307 • grantsm@roanestate.edu

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