Missouri Campus Compact Awards Grant Proposals

The Center for Teaching and Learning is thrilled to announce that the following grant proposals have been awarded funding by the Missouri Campus Compact:

Grassroots Environmentalism
Michael Kelrick, Interdisciplinary Studies

Community Partner Needs Assessment
Elaine McDuff, Sociology

Recipe Book Project
Teak Nelson, Nursing

Safer, Smarter Driving
Roberta Donahue, Health & Exercise Science

Developing and Promoting Recreational Opportunities for Youth in Adair County
Liz Jorn, Health & Exercise Science

Northeast Missouri ESL Assistance
Sally Cook, English & Linguistics

Economic Development with MREIC
Datha Damron-Martinez, Business

Success for Kirksville Teens
Datha Damron-Martinez, Business

SB40 Developmental Disabilities Board
Datha Damron-Martinez, Business

Heartland Ranches Collaboration
Datha Damron-Martinez, Business

The Campus Mic Research Collaboration
Datha Damron-Martinez, Business

BSAD 360 Marketing Research Collaboration with Truman State University
Datha Damron-Martinez, Business

Service-Learning and Special Education
Peter Kelly, Education

All 12 of the proposals submitted through the Center for Teaching and Learning were funded as well as one proposal that was submitted independently. The efforts of these faculty members will bring $7,000 to Truman in 2008-2009 to support 13 service-learning projects. In the past, Truman secured $4,000 per academic year from the Missouri Campus Compact.
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