Faculty: Apply for the LAS/Art Institute of Chicago Innovation in Teaching Award

Christopher Wool
Christopher Wool's collection of abstracts and graphics at the Art Institute of Chicago. To encourage even more use of the resources of the AIC, the College of Liberal Arts and Social Science’s dean’s office created the DePaul LAS/Art Institute of Chicago Innovation in Teaching Award. (DePaul University/Jamie Moncrief)
Since 2015, DePaul has been in partnership with the Art Institute of Chicago to foster greater connections between the two institutions. 

To encourage even more use of the resources of the AIC, the College of Liberal Arts and Social Science’s dean’s office created the DePaul LAS/Art Institute of Chicago Innovation in Teaching Award. This award recognizes innovative pedagogical uses of the Art Institute and its collections. 

To be eligible, the course must be taught in the fall 2019 quarter and must make use of the Art Institute of Chicago in its content or assignments. All faculty teaching at DePaul are welcome to apply. 

What to submit:
  1. Course syllabus
  2. Copies of AIC-related assignment(s)
  3. 250-word description of the significance and creativity of use of the Art Institute
Submissions are due by Friday, Dec. 6, to Margaret Storey. Awards will be announced before Friday, Dec. 13.

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