Looking to fund a meaningful experience? The Mosaic Mini-Grant is for you!
The Mosaic Mini-Grant supports learning wherever it takes place by providing funding to student projects, experiences, and events that promote self-exploration, experimentation, and meaning-making outside of the classroom. Mini-Grant recipients are required to complete a reflection project, due two weeks after the completion of the experience. Reflections can include an essay, vlog, podcast, social media post, artwork, or any original idea that demonstrates thoughtful reflection.
Antonia Renfroe, Hannah Egbert, Macie Baker, and Gracie Huber attended the virtual NCTE convention and presented their experiences to Kappa Delta Pi and other students who were unable to attend.
Megan Crinklaw used the mini-grant to provide food for the Office of Sustainability’s Sustainable Halloween fair. She purchased pizza and vegan chicken wings, and provided a powerpoint for the reflection!
The DEWC brought in Carrie Fountain to host a virtual creative writing workshop. This workshop taught how to ethnically create and write using characters from diverse backgrounds.
The Debby Ellis Writing Center (DEWC) brought in Carrie Fountain to host a virtual creative writing workshop. This workshop taught how to ethnically create and write using characters from diverse backgrounds. Anna Teekell wrote a short story using techniques taught by Carrie Fountain on how to write using such characters.
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