Three W&M students have been offered, and have accepted, internships with the U.S. Mission to NATO for the coming summer. Congratulations Samuel!
Project-Level Aid (PLAID)has come together wit the non-profit organization Development Gateway to make detailed information on development finance more accessible and to create a comprehensive database on development activities.
Mark your calendars now for the 2009 IR Homecoming reception!
115 IR majors and their families celebrated their graduation in PBK Hall on May 16. Congratulations class of 2009!
Shay Jannat, '10, was recently awarded a prestigious Thomas R. Pickering Undergraduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship.
In the spring of her Junior year, Professor Tierney suggested Ashley Kramer '08 stop by his office to discuss her pending Honors thesis.
Joanna Stephens '08 has firsthand experience with South Africa's myriad social and governmental problems, with its longstanding racial divides and the devastating effects of AIDS on its population.
Bradley Potter took center stage at a ceremony sponsored by the Monitor Journal of International Studies.
With book bags tucked under their seats, they sat in audiences filled with specially invited delegates from around the world, listening to Pulitzer-prize winners and statesmen discuss democracy.
The future of democracy in the world is not assured nor is the spread of representative forms of government necessarily welcomed, according to a panel of experts featured during a public discussion at the World Forum on the Future of Democracy Conference hosted by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and the College of William and Mary on Sept. 17.
The College of William and Mary is working to establish in the next year three student-exchange partnerships with universities in Syria, Egypt and Morocco.
Global trouble spots: Iraq, North Korea, Latin America, Northern Ireland. They've been there and seen that--and earned the wisdom of experience.
For the second time in the past year, the College's administration will receive a proposal aimed at making the school more environmentally friendly.
As any government professional will tell you, the best way for a student to get working experience is through an internship.
In a time when many Americans lack exposure to the Middle East, Rob Landicho ‘08 has gained unique insight into a culture that is rarely seen and often poorly understood.
A recent survey conducted by researchers at the College of William and Mary ranked Franklin Roosevelt as the best president for U.S. foreign policy in the last 100 years.
The spirit of service that thrives in William and Mary undergraduate students does not end at graduation.
Inspired by students and driven by their involvement, Project PLAID is a shining example of the power and benefits of undergraduate research.
Five members of the College's International Relations Club were recognized recently in New York by Kofi Annan, secretary general of the United Nations, for their winning three consecutive Model UN championships.
For an academic who was so integrally involved in the research behind the United Nations' January discussions to upgrade its Environmental Programme (UNEP) at the expense of creating a more potent organization, Maria Ivanova, assistant professor of government and environmental policy at the College, seemed curiously ambivalent about the pending decision.
The fight against global AIDS experienced a three-fold increase in cash after conservative U.S. leaders embraced the disease as a “moral” issue early in the decade, Susan Peterson, professor of government and dean for educational policy for Arts and Sciences, told the audience at a World AIDS Day forum.
Globalization, one of the most talked-about terms of the last 15 years, is neither new to our generation nor is its progression assured, Carl Strikwerda, professor of history and dean of arts and sciences at the College, told a Christopher Wren Association audience last semester.
At the Millennium Challenge Corporation, Brad Parks is helping to allocate billions of dollars in U.S. foreign assistance.
This summer Professor Cheng is leading a study abroad program at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
"What I liked about the International Relations major was the ability to choose my own direction."
For the third consecutive year, W&M's Model United Nations team brought home top honors from the world championships.