Hahn Teaching with Technology Program

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The Hahn Teaching with Technology program, supported by the Hahn Fund for Innovation seeks projects involving technology and teaching.

ITS along with the Dean’s Office is pleased to announce the 2022 awardees of the Hahn Teaching with Technology Grant. Supported by the Hahn Fund for Innovation, Hahn Teaching with Technology grants are devoted to cultivating instructional innovations using technology to advance teaching and learning for the success of all students.

The following Pomona faculty were awarded Hahn grants. Click a thumbnail to learn more.

Adam Pearson

New Website Co-Designed with Science Journalists for Public Interest Teaching and Research on Human Dimensions of Climate Change

Adam Pearson, Psychological Science

Kun Nie

Using User-Generated and Game-Based Learning Platforms as a Break from Traditional Classroom Activities

Kun Nie, Asian Languages and Literatures

Guillermo Douglass-Jaimes

Just! GIS: An Inclusive, Participatory, and Collective Learning Model for Intro and Advanced Geographic Information Systems Courses

Guillermo Douglass-Jaimes, Environmental Analysis

Charlotte Chang

Using Passive Acoustic Monitoring to Measure Biodiversity in Environmental Science Classes

Charlotte Chang, Biology and Environmental Analysis

Marc Los Huertos, Joanne Randa Nucho, and Kara Wittman

Enhancing Verbal and Visual Communication Outcomes to Social Justice

Marc Los Huertos, Joanne Randa Nucho, and Kara Wittman; Environmental Analysis, Anthropology, and English (respectively)

Tom Yeh

Visualization of Future Computer Architectures (Machine Learning Accelerators and Quantum Computing)

Tom Yeh, Computer Science

Philip Choi

Incorporating a Community-Based Ecosystem of Astronomy Python Packages (AstroPy) into the Astrophysics Curriculum

Philip Choi, Physics and Astronomy

Tomás Summers Sandoval

Essential Voices: Oral History in Latinx America

Tomás Summers Sandoval, History and Chicana/o Latina/o Studies

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Increasing Interaction through Ed Discussion

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