Prize-Winning Activities

At least once every year, we award a handful of ABLConnect Teaching Innovator Prizes to faculty member and graduate student instructors whose teaching demonstrates a conscious effort to reach solid academic goals while challenging and engaging students in thoughtful, creative, or interesting ways.  Recipients ware awarded an honorarium and the opportunity to film a testimonial about their activity.  Below are the winners.

2017

Modeling the Ecological System for Children with Incarcerated Parents by Abena Subira Mackall, Graduate Student (HGSE)

Visual Arts in Dermatology: Training the Eye by Elizabeth Buzney, M.D. and Jennifer Huang, M.D. (HMS)

Paper Figure Jigsaw by Christopher Burtner, Ph.D. (DCE)

Simulated Auction for the Sale of an International Company by Mitchell Presser, J.D. (HLS)


 

Team Midterms by Jenny Hoffman, Ph.D. (FAS)

 

2016

Community Service & Education by Ariane Liazos

Complex Stats, Simple Tech by Theodore Svoronos

 

Mining Shakespeare by Peter Henstock

 

Peer Learning for Dissection by Glenna Clifton

 

2015

Dying in a New World by Christopher Allison

 

Farm to Fork Project by P.K. Newby

 

Peer Review Revisions by Samuel Ronfard

 

Real Estate Investment Pitch Project by Teo Nicolais

 

Fall 2014

From Text to Hypertext by Thenesoya Vidina Martín de la Nuez

 

Planning a Documentary Film on Developmental Biology by Kaitlyn Choi

 

Mock Congressional Hearing by Jonathan Bruno

 

Spring 2014

Name Five by Kellie Carter Jackson

 

Theme and Variations: Understanding Musical Style by Bill O'Hara


 

Mapping Indian Political Institutions by Emily Clough


 

Bring a Goddess to a Party by Maria Metzler


 

Globe Toss Icebreaker by Michael Parzen