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The John F. Liseno Program for Instructional Excellence Graduate Award

2016 - 17 Winner
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Brandon Brice

 

 

 

Brandon Brice, a former PIE Associate and doctoral candidate from the Department of Economics, is the second recipient of the John F. Liseno Program for Instructional Excellence (PIE) Graduate Award. At the end of May, Brice presented at the Conference on Teaching and Research in Economic Education in Denver, Colorado. Brice’s paper, “Common Sense Economics: Quantitative Improvements in Economic Understanding,” reflects research from an introductory economics course that he teaches. The conference provided Brice a chance to receive feedback on his findings, gain valuable insights and strategies for teaching economics to undergraduates, and connect with other educators in the field.  

2015 - 16 Winner
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Stephanie Bradley
 

 

Stephanie Bradley, a PIE Associate and doctoral student from the Department of Sociology, is the inaugural recipient of the John F. Liseno Program for Instructional Excellence (PIE) Graduate Award. Stephanie will give a presentation in April at the Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. The conference gives scholars from the southeast a chance to network and to share their research with one another.

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