Humanities Teaching Labs (HTLabs) offer flexible, movable resources for course transformation, syllabus redesign, or the development of course projects. HTLab Course Transformation funding will support faculty and student training, digital and other tools, classroom technical support, speakers or consultants, stipends for community participants, and other teaching resources for community-engaged humanities teaching and learning (in person or virtual) that addresses the issues of race, equity, inclusion, and justice.
Full-time UMBC faculty are invited to submit proposals for up to $4,000 in HTLab support (per course) for between one and three courses to be offered in in Spring 2021, Fall 2021, or Spring 2022.
Applicants should first discuss their proposed HTLab Course Transformation projects with Jessica Berman, Dresher Center Director and Inclusion Imperative Project Director, and/or Rachel Brubaker, Dresher Center Assistant Director.
Send applications to email@example.com with subject “HTLab Course Transformation Support.”
To apply, please visit our website here.
For best consideration, apply by December 1, 2020.