Apply & Respond

Apply & Respond

TLC  Upcoming Events
Fall 2020 Faculty Development Day

    Click here to RSVP!

Design, Refine, and Shine

 In our 4th year of Design, Refine, and Shine workshops, we are fully online and ready to offer examples and advice to help you prepare to teach this fall. With a range of topics from equity in assessment to inclusive syllabi to online culturally responsive communications, our series offers multiple opportunities to learn and share with your peers. 

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Program Improvement Grants

List of 2020 awards

An Initiative To Improve the Delivery and Evaluation of the Sociology Department’s Online Courses


  • Robert Garot (Leader), Associate Professor
  • Jayne Mooney, Professor
  • Andrew Karmen, Professor
  • Mucahit Bilici, Associate Professor

Training Graduate Student and Adjunct Instructors to Improve 

Undergraduate Writing and Critical Thinking


  • Jill Grose-Fifer (Leader), Associate Professor
  • Elizabeth Jeglic, Professor
  • Angela Crossman, Professor

Criminal Justice Transfer Writing Assessment  and Improvement Project

English/ Educational Partnerships

  • Tim McCormack (Leader), Associate Professor
  • Tara Pauliny, Assistant Professor
  • Wynne Ferdinand, Director of Gen Ed and Educational Partnerships

ICJ at 20: Curricular and Assessment Updates

International Justice Criminal Major

  • Rosemary Barberet (Leader), Director, ICJ Major, Professor
  • Jana Arsovaka, Acting Director, ICJ Major,  Associate Professor 
  • Mangai Natarajan, Immediate Past Director, ICJ Major, Professor



TLC 2019-20 Funded Faculty Seminars
Seminar descriptions can be found here and on the application forms
(click the titles above)
Applications are no longer open.


(Funded Opportunities)
 Our next round of applications will open in September 2020
TLC Funded Faculty Seminars provide year-long opportunities for faculty to form learning communities to work on teaching and learning projects with pedagogical experts and mentors.


                     The 2020 cycle is complete. Check back         Finalists will be announced in April 2020.
                    late Fall 2020 for the next round.
Program Improvement Grants and the Distinguished Teaching Prize reward efforts towards projects that "close the loop" in teaching and learning and efforts that result in teaching excellence for our John Jay students.


(Free Opportunities)



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