Small Seed and Sustaining Innovation Funding Recipients – Fiscal Year 2020

Educational Innovations at the Minnesota State system office is pleased to announce the FY20 innovation funding recipients for small seed and sustaining campus projects.  Recipients were chosen based on the outcomes of a competitive review program.  Review teams were comprised of faculty, staff, administrators, and students from the system’s 37 colleges and universities.

Each recipient will be recognized formally at the 2019 Shark Tank Open event on Thursday, April 4, 2019 at the Sheraton Bloomington Hotel in Bloomington, MN.

Visit these ASA Newsletter posts for more information on Innovation Funding or the 2019 Shark Tank Open.

FY20 Small Seed Funding Recipients

1. Interactive Design Technology Curriculum Development
Hennepin Technical College

2. Real Learning through Virtual Reality
Winona State University

3. Preparing Tomorrow’s Professionals to Work with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations
Century College

4. Expanding Opendora Awareness and Adoption on Minnesota State Campuses
Saint Paul College

5. Gamification of Fundamentals of Writing I
Saint Paul College

6. Learning Calculus Concepts via a Video Game
Anoka-Ramsey Community College

7. I’m First: A Campaign to Build a Community of First-Generation Students and Scholars at Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

8. SCSU Assistive Technology Lab
St. Cloud State University

9. Development of competency-based digital badges/micro credentials system: A pilot project
St. Cloud State University

10. Making the Digital Physical
St. Cloud State University

FY20 Sustaining Funding Recipients

11. Expanding and Expediting Credit for Prior Learning (CPL)
South Central College

12. Understanding Writing and Research in the Disciplines: Phase 2
Southwest Minnesota State University

13. Entrepreneurial Mindset and Competitive Professional Readiness: Preparing Students for the Workforce of the Future
Metropolitan State University

14. A Mindful Path Toward Equity: Continuing the Journey, Widening the Reach
Minneapolis College

15. Out from the Shadows of Minneapolis: Power, Pride, and Perseverance at a Northern Community College
Minneapolis College

16. Cross-curricular Online Graphic Organizers
Ridgewater College

For more information please contact Stephen Kelly.

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