FCTL Awards and Funding
Accessibility in Teaching Award
Margaret has been teaching at MSU for 24 years. Her favorite part of teaching is learning from her students. “I feel quite honored to receive this award which demonstrates MSU’s commitment to assisting faculty so that we can ensure the success of all our students,” Margaret said. Outside of the classroom she enjoys scrapbooking, reading, and playing the flute in the MSU Community Band.
Childhood Education and Family Studies Teaching Award
Dianne has been working at MSU since 1979. She currently supervises university students during their student teaching experience in early childhood education. She enjoys seeing MSU students get offered their first teaching contract to begin their long-awaited career. Dianne was thrilled and surprised to learn of her award. In her free time, she enjoys seeing her grandkids and spending time at Table Rock Lake.
High Impact Learning Practices Teaching Award
Didem has been teaching at MSU for three years and enjoys learning from her students each semester. “This award means I have made an impact on my students’ future careers’ by teaching them to be ethical employees who will make a difference in their communities,” Didem said. Outside of the classroom she enjoys attending her daughters sporting events and volunteering for non-profit organizations.
Because effective teaching can be accomplished through many different approaches, the FCTL Advisory Council wants to recognize faculty contributions in areas that are important to the mission and long-term goals at Missouri State University. Learn more.
Any faculty member is eligible to apply. Faculty may apply individually or as a team of faculty. Per course instructors and adjuncts can submit a proposal as long as they collaborate with at least one full-time faculty member. Learn more.
A list of past Curriculum Innovation Award Recipients. Learn more.