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Listed are the 2016-2017 recipients of the President's Imagination Mini Grant Award:

Robin Leib, "Optimizing Success for Anatomy and Physiology Students through Cooperative Learning Study Groups"

The primary goal of the study groups is to help students understand course content better and consequently earn a higher grade. Secondary goals also include students developing a sense of community, teaching/modeling soft skills, introducing and reinforcing appropriate study methods.

Clarissa Feldt, "Greater Roane County Youth Theatre Arts Camp"

The purpose of the Greater Roane County Youth Theatre Arts Camp is to increase middle and high school level access, participation and education in the performing arts aimed at encouraging future engagement of the arts.

Monica Boles "RSCC Athletics Panorama Retractable Backdrop System & Table Drapes Project"

The purpose of this project is primarily to add a never before professional and consistent touch to student/athlete signings and individual student/athlete photos while displaying our new athletics logo.

Sandi Roberts "Enhancing Roane State's Visual Imagery"

This project will be used to drastically improve the quality of images public relations is capable of taking, especially in low-light situations such as graduation. High-quality images are critical aspects of the college's brand identity.

Holly Hanson "Ice House Student Success Pilot Program"

The Ice House Student Success program is designed to develop entrepreneurial mindset attitudes, behaviors and skills, strengthen student learning, improve student persistence and increase college-level course pass rates and completion rates.

Beth Vowell "Use of a Simulated Cadaver Arm for Teaching Applied Anatomy/Kinesiology in Physical Therapy"

The project goals are to provide students with a realistic representation of upper extremity anatomy, encorparate the anatomy model into a multiple intelligence learning approach, attract attention during open house activities, and examine retention as students transition from the Kinesiology to Advance Orthopedics class.

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

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