Student Innovation Fellowships
Funded by Student Tech Fee, the Student Innovation Fellowship Program is a collaborative effort between the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and GSU Library’s Collaborative University Research & Visualization Environment (CURVE). Students in the program develop expertise and share ideas around emerging technologies and instructional innovations, with particular attention to enhancing learning and research at Georgia State University.
Student Innovation Fellowship Program Projects
- Collaborating with the department of geosciences to develop an outdoor climate lab for use in Geography 1112, GSU’s largest science course.
- Developing new standards for training GTA’s in the physics department.
- Teaching undergraduates to make 3-D scans of items in GSU’s collection of historical artifacts.
- The 3-D Atlanta project, is recreating Decatur Street at Central Avenue in the 1920’s-1930’s in a 3-D virtual environment.
- The GSU Growth Map, tracks the growing footprint of GSU on downtown Atlanta and, after the consolidation with GPC, to the metro area at large.
- Providing technical and research skills to assist the Unpacking Manuel’s project, a large scale digital humanities project documenting the history of an Atlanta landmark.
- A number of projects associated with the Atlanta Studies Network, a broadly interdisciplinary group of researchers, students, and instructors across local institutions with a local audience in mind.