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    Faculty Resources

    Teaching

    Creativity & Innovation has a variety of resources for faculty who want to create new, or amplify existing, components of their courses centered around Creativity & Innovation’s core programmatic themes: Creativity & Creative Problem-Solving, Resilience, Mindfulness, Changemaking (bringing ideas into action). Creativity & Innovation staff are available to assist faculty to develop or modify activities, and to facilitate activities within classes as requested.

    This section contains examples of creativity and creative problem-solving modules that can be adapted for classes, selected case studies of CC classes, and a bibliography of relevant books and articles.

    Faculty Creative Development and Exploration

    Creativity & Innovation offers multiple opportunities  for faculty to expand their teaching and research, and nurture their personal and professional growth. Financial support includes grant funding, a fellowship program, and financial support for block courses focused on creative process or creative problem-solving. Other resources include faculty development workshops and collaborative opportunities with our Innovators in Residence.

    This section contains links to grant and fellowship applications, examples of previously funded projects, and links to relevant professional development opportunities.

    “Working with Innovation at CC allows me to cross disciplinary boundaries in a way that feels more honest for me in my pedagogical practice. The support from Innovation for my collaboration with Janani Balasubramanian allowed us to work with a cohort of students and model an iterative generative process that was not restricted to either art or science, but truly co-creating in both spaces.”

    – Natalie Gosnell
    Assistant Professor of Physics

    Curriculum Collaboration

    Faculty Creativity and Innovation Grants

    Innovators in Residence

    Mindfulness Practitioner in Residence