The President’s Initiative for Faculty Innovations in Teaching and Technology
Deadline extended to April 16, 2018
What is FITT?
Faculty Innovations in Teaching and Technology (FITT) is a competitive program for faculty seeking to enhance student learning in innovative ways. FITT awardees undertake creative pedagogical experiments and explore emerging technologies within a vibrant community committed to sharing experiences and expertise. FITT fosters a culture of assessment and encourages faculty to contribute to the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Who is eligible to participate?
Full-time faculty from all schools at Hunter and adjunct faculty who have taught at Hunter for at least three years are eligible to submit a proposal. Adjunct faculty must submit a letter of support from their department chair with their application. Please note the following:
- The faculty member(s) submitting the proposal should intend to develop the project during summer 2018 and implement it in a class that they will be teaching in the 2018/2019 academic year.
- We welcome joint proposals by two or more faculty members.
- Faculty who received a FITT award in 2017 are not eligible to participate in 2018.
Focus areas for FITT projects in 2018
We welcome all submissions that contribute to innovations in teaching and technology at Hunter College and encourage proposals that contribute to one or more of the following focus areas for 2018: