Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Awards
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Via a partnership collaboration with the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP), the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is offering awards to support the development and dissemination of innovative curricula and teaching cases. 

Thematic Areas

The topic of your case proposal must reflect at least one of the Institute’s six key issues:

  1. Low-carbon, Climate-Resilient Communities and Regions
  2. Efficient and Equitable Tax Systems
  3. Fiscally Healthy Communities and Regions
  4. Functional Land Markets and Reduced Informality
  5. Reduced Poverty and Spatial Inequality
  6. Sustainable Land and Water Management

 

Case Study Award

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is offering ten $2,000 awards to proposers to research and write a teaching case study using the Lincoln Institute’s case template.
The cases will be included in the Lincoln Institute’s digital case library. Cases are sought that re-create real world problems and ask students to consider multiple perspectives. Award recipients will receive guidance and support from the Institute to write a descriptive or inquiry case using the Institute’s case template. The writing process includes 3 drafts. In draft 1 and 2, the author will receive feedback on essential characteristics of a teaching case study from an instructional designer and a case writing expert. In the 3rd draft, the author will receive edits and feedback from a copy editor.

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Curriculum Innovation Award

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is offering three $7,000 awards for exemplary courses.
The awards will honor excellence in teaching and design of learning experiences that are accessible, engaging, and effective for all students. The courses should incorporate innovative design of learning experiences that foster creative applications of policies, tools, and practices; integrate expertise from multiple disciplines and connect theory and research to practice; and have been taught with measurable student success.

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If you have questions about these award programs, please contact
Ge Vue, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Associate Director of Instructional Design (gvue@lincolninst.edu).

 

Mission

The Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning promotes education, research, service and outreach in the United States and throughout the world by seeking to:

  • recognize diverse needs and interests in planning;
  • improve and enhance the accreditation process, and;
  • strengthen the role of planning education in colleges and universities through publications, conferences, and community engagement;
  • extend planning beyond the classroom into the world of practice.

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