Mason Impact

Bethany Usher, Laurence Bray, Anthony Hoefer

Session Information

Year: 2017 | Time: 1:00pm-1:40pm | Location: PANEL & ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: Johnson Center (Room F)



Want to learn what the Mason Impact is all about and how it affects you as an instructor at Mason? Applying for the Mason Impact grant RFP and have questions or want feedback on your proposal draft?  Come join community leaders and grant program managers to get an overview of the goals of the Mason Impact and tips on submitting a competitive grant proposal. 



Mason Impact seeks to offer all students the opportunity to participate in curricular and co-curricular activities that support their development as Engaged Citizens and Well-rounded Scholars who are Prepared to Act. This initiative builds on our institutional strengths and our location outside the nation’s capital to offer our students transformative learning experiences through experiential and inquiry-based learning, and multidisciplinary intellectual exploration. The main goal of Mason Impact is give every student an opportunity to participate in a Mason Impact activity, with emphasis on undergraduate research, civic engagement, global learning, and entrepreneurship. This session will 1) give an overview of the Mason Impact Initiative, 2) highlight the different ways faculty and programs can deepen their students’ learning and development by scaffolding experiences into their academic work through Curriculum Impact Grants, and 3) describe the main steps students can take to achieve these experiences, from discovering the range of opportunities, to learning the skills and knowledge necessary to be successful, and then to participating in high-impact activities. We will also welcome your input into our developing plans. 

Find more information about the Curriculum Impact Grants:

For information about 2017 grant proprosals:


Mason Impact, High Impact Practice, Undergraduate Research, Entrepreneurship, Civic Engagement, Global Learning


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