Engaged Learning

How can students best approach questions and advance knowledge?

By engaging outside the classroom and taking action.

To maintain its prominence as a Public Ivy, and to fulfill its promise to prepare students to make a difference in the world, the university must do more than maintain the status quo. We must broaden experiential opportunities for engaged learning beyond the traditional classroom, so that our students think more critically, solve problems more creatively and collaboratively, and work without borders to advance meaningful careers and serve communities around the world.

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Bold Voices

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Joel Schwartz
Weingartner Professor of Government, Director of the Charles Center
"William & Mary has placed considerable emphasis on student-faculty research collaborations..."
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Julie Agnew '91
Director, Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance; Class of 2018 Associate Professor of Finance and Economics
“The Boehly Center’s offerings prepare our students to be engaged, lifelong learners capable of pursuing a variety of financial careers around the globe and making meaningful contributions to our world...” Read more

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Jaclyn Iannucci '16
“William & Mary stands out because it offers world-class research opportunities to undergraduate students and the ability to collaborate with faculty..."
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For more information, please contact:

Earl T. Granger III ’92, M.Ed ’98, Associate Vice President for Development

757-221-1188