Our Team: College and University Partners

*Minority-serving institution

  • Bunker Hill CC logo Bunker Hill Community College*. As part of the collaborative, BHCC intends to build on its existing campus-wide initiatives to foster metacognitive skill acquisition in prerequisite and introductory courses in preparation for more challenging upper-level content material. Learn More ▸
  • Calbright logoCalbright College. Calbright will leverage its involvement in the collaborative to further develop its model as an online-only college and enhance its faculty-development framework, which focuses on the affective dimensions of teaching, to deliberately integrate the student’s experience. Learn More ▸

  • Macomb logo Macomb Community College. As part of the collaborative, Macomb will explore methods to encourage deeper student engagement in online courses by actively improving course design and faculty training. Macomb will align its participation in the collaborative’s research and development activities with its broader equity and inclusion initiatives. Learn More ▸
  • Odessa College logo Odessa College*. Odessa will leverage its involvement with the collaborative to build on initiatives coordinated by the college’s Global Center in the Institutional Effectiveness office, which supports the development of innovative instructional design and facilitates scaling successful models across the entire college. Learn More ▸
  • Palm Beach State College logo Palm Beach State College*. PBSC intends to use knowledge and experience gained through the collaborative’s research to enhance several ongoing initiatives, including the recent expansion of its e-Learning and Instructional Technology team and the implementation of Quality Matters, a faculty-development program. Learn More ▸
  • Portland State University logo Portland State University*. Already a national leader in teaching and learning innovation, PSU intends to leverage its participation in the collaborative to build on existing digital-learning initiatives and efforts to infuse academic-success skill development into its general education University Studies program. Learn More ▸
  • Tulsa Community College logo Tulsa Community College. TCC recently trained faculty in online teaching, built an online instruction team in response to COVID-19, and now requires each course to have an online component. TCC intends to leverage its involvement in the collaborative to build on this work to improve online STEM courses and enhance online offerings throughout college programs. Learn More ▸
  • Virginia State University logo Virginia State University*. As part of the collaborative, VSU will investigate use of self-directed learning interventions in its growing online course offerings, especially STEM and introductory biology courses, and build off the success of its STAR Program, which aims to enhance the performance of minority STEM majors enrolled in general biology courses in preparation for possible careers in allied health fields. Learn More ▸
  • Wake Technical Community College logo Wake Technical Community College. Wake Tech will use its participation in the collaborative to build on previous improvements to online instruction, including Project COMPASS, which enhances student engagement in online courses. Learn More ▸

*Minority-serving institution