Augusta University faculty members who wish to propose an INQR 1000 course for the Fall 2018 should visit the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page prior to submitting an Application.
Thursday, October 19 - 2 pm Summerville Campus, University Hall 248 &
4 pm Health Sciences Campus, Lee Auditoria Center BC 1400
Why should I attend? 1) the process of proposing a course I’d love to teach, 2) changes to the program, 3) how to earn professional development funds, 4) the meaning and importance of INQR 1000, and 5) how to teach INQR 1000.
Faculty members from all disciplines invited! Come one, come all. The session is not required, but is recommended for new applicants.
INQR 1000 is: 1) a one-credit hour course designed to engage students actively in learning via group work discussion, experience, and reflection, 2) a medium for teaching students to ask and answer questions, and 3) not a lecture course.
When proposing your course please consider: a title that appeals to students, content that can drive course discussion, pedagogy that underscores the beginnings of research, outcomes that encourage student engagement and your own interests in a particular topic.
COURSE TIMES: INQR 1000 courses will meet for 75 minutes, one time per week for 10 weeks and will be offered:
2:30- 3:45 pm
2:30- 3:45 pm
11 am - 12:15 pm
12 noon - 1:15 pm
1 pm – 2:15 pm
Online (Limited Sections)
Online applications will be accepted until November 1.
Faculty members who teach INQR 1000 will receive $1,000 in professional development per course with a max of $2,000 per year. These funds will be available as research/scholarly support (e.g., travel, supplies, computer, and equipment). All guidelines and policies that pertain to state funding apply to this grant.