Emeritus Professor George Grayson to host lecture and book signing July 19.
The Project on International Peace and Security enters its fifth year with a sterling reputation for undergraduate contributions to the policy-making community.
Philip Roessler, Assistant Professor in the Department of Government at the College of William and Mary, is this year's recipient of the Gregory Luebbert Article Award
The Department of Government of the College of William & Mary invites applicants for two full- time appointments in Comparative Politics/International Relations at the Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor level.
A new guidebook released today recognizes the College of William & Mary for having 10 of the country's best undergraduate teachers.
Funding supports faculty-student research and collaboration on internationally-focused, engaged scholarship.
G. Paul Nardo '88 keeps Virginia's capitol together.
Meghan Moore '13 will reflect on College's royal charter during this year's Charter Day ceremony.
Cullen Hendrix and Sarah Glaser (W&M and VIMS) are the 2011 winners of the Nils Petter Gleditsch Journal of Peace Research Article of the Year Award for their article, "Civil Conflict and World Fisheries, 1952-2004."
Associate Professor of Government and Public Policy, Paul Manna, has been named one of the nation's top 100 education policy scholars by the American Enterprise Institute's Edu-Scholar Public Presence Rankings.
IR scholars from throughout the U.S. and 19 foreign countries surveyed; some of the results appear in Foreign Policy magazine.
Scholars consider what’s next for Sudan and South Sudan.
International Relations major to study in Amman, Jordan in Spring 2012.
Professor Emeritus of Government James A. Bill, who served as the College’s first director of the Reves Center for International Studies, will receive an honorary degree of doctor of humane letters at the Charter Day ceremony.
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense and William & Mary alumnus Robert M. Gates '65 will serve as the keynote speaker at the College’s 2012 Charter Day ceremony. Professor Emeritus of Government James A. Bill, founding director of the Reves Center, will also be honored at the event.
William & Mary alumnus Frank “Beau” Wright ’10 was selected to intern at the White House this fall. He was one of ten Virginians and over 140 people nationwide to be selected.
A team of 4 students competed in the CIA-sponsored event held in Washington, D.C.
The first Todd Weaver Study Abroad Scholarship was awarded to David Newbrander ('13).
Blow Hall came alive Saturday morning before the game, as alumni gathered at our Homecoming reception.
Topics to be discussed from 1-5 p.m. on Nov. 4 are “Nuclear Energy in post-Fukushima Asia” (1 p.m.-2:45) and “Korea, the United States, and the World” (3 p.m.-4:45).
Government Department announces first annual Todd W. Weaver Study Abroad Scholarship application process
The scholarship is awarded to students interested in studying abroad in Asia or Southeast Asia, and carries a requirement to perform a service project upon your return.
Oldest student-run international service project serves Bosnian children and student teachers in new, innovative ways.
Government and International Relations Associate Professor Michael Tierney interviewed on With Good Reason about AidData and aid transparency.
William & Mary alumnus G. Paul Nardo '88 was recently elected by the Virginia House of Delegates as Clerk of the House of Delegates and Keeper of the Rolls of the Commonwealth.
Hans Goff '05 has worked with some big names in the entertainment industry, including Questlove from The Roots and Michael K. Williams from The Wire. But he's not just some Hollywood bigwig; if anything, a better title for him might be political junkie.
Last Friday, the General Assembly elected Virginia Court of Appeals Judge Elizabeth A. McClanahan ’81 to the Supreme Court of Virginia.
On May 5, Professor and Government Department Chair John McGlennon and John Marshall Professor Ron Rapoport spoke to 70 alumni, students, professors and Board of Visitors members at the Washington D.C. offices of DLA Piper about their research concerning what's in store for the 2012 elections.
Kalyani Hemant Phansalkar has been selected as the 2011 student Commencement speaker for the College of William and Mary.
A new student organization at the College of William and Mary is seeking to help promote moderation and curb human rights violations in the world through the power of information.
School won several first and second place finishes in the first Virginia Redistricting Competition.
Two W&M teams participate in state redistricting competition.
In his new book "Collision Course: Federal Education Policy Meets State and Local Realities," Paul Manna details the successes and failures of No Child Left Behind.
The Central Intelligence Agency joined forces with William & Mary’s Project on International Peace and Security (PIPS) to conduct the first-ever Crisis Simulation Competition, described as " a Model U.N. for the intelligence community."
William & Mary lost a great friend and mentor, Lee Rawls.
The Veterans Society of William & Mary is hosting a tree dedication ceremony in honor of Army 1st Lt. Todd Weaver at 2 p.m. Nov. 14 in the Wren Building’s Great Hall and the Wren Yard.
Paul Manna has published a new book about the implementation of the "No Child Left Behind" education reform.
More than 850 Washington-area alumni have signed up to receive information on openings in the nation's capital.
Two students at the College of William and Mary have been selected to receive Thomas R. Pickering Undergraduate Foreign Affairs Fellowships.
Harrison Roday '13 spent his summer interning with the vice president's scheduling office.
The William & Mary and Williamsburg communities are mourning the death of College alumnus and Army 1st Lt. Todd W. Weaver.
L. Clifford Schroeder, Sr. HON '08, Edward L. Flippen M.B.A. '67, J.D. '74, and Laura L. Flippin '92 have been appointed to William & Mary's Board of Visitors, Gov. Robert F. McDonnell announced Thursday. Additionally, Charles A. Banks III HON '05 has been reappointed to a second term on the College's governing body.