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CVM Educational Research Grant (ERG) Intramural Program


The goals of this program are to 1) promote educational research in the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine, 2) foster innovation in the college’s DVM, undergraduate, and graduate curricula, and 3) support teaching and learning-focused scholarship by faculty involved in the educational missions of the CVM.

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Deadline for Applications: June 10, 2019, 5:00 pm PDT


Another Opportunity: Berger Keatts (BK) Experiments in Teaching Seed Grants -

These small BK seed grants are intended to support innovations in the CVM’s DVM and/or undergraduate programs. A scholarly approach and some measure of outcome/effectiveness is expected. Scholarship (publication and/or presentation) is also encouraged, however is not required. click here for more information

 

 

 


2018-2019 ERG Recipients

Development and Validation of an equine abdominocentesis models
PI

Dr. Jamie Kopper (VCS)

Co-PI

Dr. Jennifer Gold (VCS)

Leveraging Collaborative Writing and Peer Review to Promote Learning in Prosocial Classroom Environments
PI

Dr.  William Davis (SMB)

Co-PI

Dr. Andy Cavagnetto (College of Education/School of Biological Sciences), Joshua Premo (School of Biological Sciences), Larry Collins (School of Biological Sciences), & Michael Dunn, PhD (Department of Teaching and Learning)

2017-2018 ERG Recipients

Put up your dukes: Investigating best practices for preparing students for scientific argumentation
PI

Dr. Erika Offerdahl (SMB)

Co-PI

Dr. Andy Cavagnetto (College of Education/School of Biological Sciences)

2016-2017 ERG Recipients

Educating Veterinary Students in an Intensive Care Unit about Transfusion Reactions: Development and Impact of a Formal Learning Module
PI

Dr. Jane Wardrop (VCS)

Co-PI

Jillian Haines (VCS), Linda Martin (VCS), Tandi Ngwenyama (VCS), Kira Carbonneau (COE) & Chris Lindberg (IS)

Training in a low-risk environment with anesthesia simulation to prepare veterinary students for clinical anesthesia.
PI

Dr. Robert Keegan (VCS)

Co-PI

Olusola Adesope (COE), Julie Noyes (VCS/COE)

Fostering Increased Scientific Collaboration by Seeding Prosocial Experiences within Laboratory Environments
PI

Dr. William Davis (SMB)

Co-PI

Andy Cavagnetto (COE/SMB) &   Joshua Premo (SBS)

For more details about the grants, please refer to the 2016 Teaching Academy Annual Report

2015-2016 ERG Recipients

The effect of a mobile device problem generating app on learning outcomes in a Pharmacology and Anesthesiology course
PI

Dr. Robert Keegan (VCS)

Co-PI

Villarino (VCS), John Gay (VCS) & Scott Bullers (VIS)

For more details about the grants, please refer to the 2015 Teaching Academy Annual Report

2014-2015 ERG Recipients

The Impact of Active Learning on Microbiology Class and Program Outcomes
PI

Dr. Susan Wang (SMB)

Co-PI

Dr. Phil Mixter (SMB)

Broadening Assessment of Microbiology Program Impacts using the Adapted MARS Instrument
PI

Dr. Phil Mixter (SMB)

Co-PI

Dr. Jennifer LeBeau (COE)

For more details about the grants, please refer to the 2014 Teaching Academy Annual Report.

2013-2014 ERG Recipients

Building an Evidence-base to Better Determine Surgical Curriculum and Outcomes Assessment
PI

Dr. Julie Cary (VCS)

Co-PI

Surgery Skills Research Group (CVM)

Adaptation of the Motivation, Attitudes, and Retention Survey (MARS) Instrument for Assessment of Microbiology Education Enhancement Program (MEEP) Impacts
PI

Dr. Phil Mixter (SMB)

Co-PI

Dr. Jennifer LeBeau (COE)

The impact of interdisciplinary instruction in mindfulness on the clinical communication empathy scores in student health professionals
PI

Drs. Kathy Ruby (CVM) & Phyllis Erdman (COE)

Co-PI

Dan Bayly (COE) & Chad Gotch (COE)

Metacognitive training to improve student performance in a large introductory biology course
PI

Dr. Julie Stanton (SMB)

Co-PI

Dr. Xyanthe Neider (COE)

For more details about the grants, please refer to the 2013 Teaching Academy Annual Report.

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