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Environment and Resiliency in Italy — Coe College faculty Andrea Kann, Martin St. Clair, and Angela Ziskowski developed an interdisciplinary module shared by three courses when they participated in the 2013 SAIL seminar in Italy.

Faculty and staff at ACM colleges have designed and led a remarkable range of collaborative projects with the support of ACM grant-funded programs.

Through workshops and conferences, research groups, and seminars, their collective efforts have created a wealth of curricular materials, assessment tools, and best practices. The results of these projects are a valuable resource for the ACM colleges — and the higher education community in general — as well as a springboard for further collaboration among faculty.

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For information and results of more than 40 faculty projects funded by the FaCE Program in 2008-13, visit the ACM FaCE site on SERC.


All projects » Carleton College

  1. American Transcendentalists

    Curricular project: 200-level, interdisciplinary course

    • Institution(s): Carleton College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Humanities
  2. Carleton Arboretum Complex Redesign Project

    • Institution(s): Carleton College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Interdisciplinary approaches
  3. Critical Studies in Public Space

    • Institution(s): Carleton College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Instructional technology, Interdisciplinary approaches
  4. Engaging the Community of ACM Mathematicians

    • Institution(s): Carleton College, Coe College, Cornell College, Knox College, Ripon College
    • Award: $17,600
    • ACM Program: FaCE
    • Topic(s): Pedagogy
  5. Making Decisions with Data

    Planning for Collaborative Courses in Data Science

    • Institution(s): Carleton College, Grinnell College, Lawrence University
    • Award: $9,300
    • ACM Program: FaCE
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Pedagogy
  6. Making the Most of Immersion

    Engaging Faculty to Maximize the Impact of Off-Campus Experiential Learning

    • Institution(s): Beloit College, Carleton College, St. Olaf College
    • Award: $17,500
    • ACM Program: FaCE
    • Topic(s): Using digital resources, Teaching off campus
  7. Rivers in Space and Time

    An assignment for Geology 210: Geomorphology

    • Institution(s): Carleton College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Using digital resources, Interdisciplinary approaches, Social sciences, Natural sciences
  8. Sharing Expertise in Community-Based Learning & Research Addressing Immigration

    • Institution(s): Carleton College, Coe College, Colorado College, Grinnell College, Knox College, Monmouth College, St. Olaf College
    • Award: $25,504
    • ACM Program: FaCE
    • Topic(s): Using digital resources, Social sciences
  9. Supporting Student Quantitative Skills Development across the Curriculum with Qbit Online Modules

    • Institution(s): Carleton College
    • Award: $16,975
    • ACM Program: Hybrid or Online Curricular Resources
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Instructional technology
  10. TAPIR

    Teaching Activities for Physics Inclusion Resources

    • Institution(s): Carleton College, Colorado College
    • Award: $7,058
    • ACM Program: Hybrid or Online Curricular Resources
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Pedagogy
  11. The Pompeii Project: A Case Study in Space and Gender/Sexuality

    A one-week module within a 10-week, 200-level course

    • Institution(s): Carleton College
    • Award: -
    • ACM Program: SAIL
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Humanities, Social sciences
  12. Tuning the Classics

    Promoting the Shared Skills and Values of the Discipline

    • Institution(s): Beloit College, Carleton College, Coe College, Colorado College, Cornell College
    • Award: $22,150
    • ACM Program: FaCE
    • Topic(s): Curricular materials, Humanities