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T3T3 at ST. JOHN'S
The Title 3 grant at St. John's is being used to train teachers to better integrate teaching into the classrooms. To learn more refer
to the Department of Education
Title III DOE Grant and the
St. John's T3 Project.

T3 Featured in Web Digest
The T3 program's Cohort Gathering was featured in the Web Digest. .
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T3 Program Helps Shape ICS
In this article from the CORE 1000 publication Maura Flannery discusses how the T3 program has helped revamp the core curriculum.
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Author Ken Bain Visits T3 Participants at St. John's
Ken Bain, author of What the Best College Teachers Do presented good pedagogical practices to faculty members at St. John's University.
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The T3 program uses grant funding to hold events on campus. These, events, which include workshops, round table discussions, and guest speakers, are well recieved by faculty members at St. Johns University.

To learn more about other
events, please refer to our
Past Event List
and Event Photo Gallery.

Give Us Feedback
To contact the T3 Team, use the Feedback Page.

T3 Campus Guide
Visit our Campus Guide. This site showcases technology tools that faculty members at St. John's University have found useful. If you are a member of the St. John's community and would like to contribute to this site please email Gina


T3 Events

October, 2011
Title:Preparing for Closeout: Commonly Overlooked Post-Award Issues
Date: October 12, 2011
Time:2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: T3 Learning Lab, St. Augustine Hall Room 110
Description:This 90 minute webinar presented by the Thompson Media Group will focus on the proper grant award closeout procedures.
You'll learn about:
-Commonly oberlooked post-award issues and what you can do to address them.
-Strategies for effective planning of the post-award phase.
-Best practices for orderly post-award management.
R.S.V.P Please email Clare Byrne,
More Information:For additional information, please contact Clare Byrne,



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