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Ann Reed plays Ticket to Ride with Linguistics studentsOur friend, colleague, and teacher Ann Reed will officially retire from William and Mary this year. Professor Reed is the Director of the Linguistics Program, the former chair of the English Department, and a long-standing member of the William and Mary faculty. Without her the Linguistics Program at W&M would not be here.

As a tribute to her long service, the Linguistics Program is raising funds to benefit undergraduate research. It is Professor Reed's hope that the funds could help send promising undergraduates to the Linguistic Institute every other summer.

Please consider contributing online to honor Professor Reed's service and to support undergraduate education. The contribution form will be pre-selected to direct your gift to the Linguistics Program Expendable Fund, which provides us the most flexibility in meeting student and faculty needs.

More Ways to Contribute

To contribute by mail, make your check payable to The College of William and Mary Foundation. Please be sure in your check's memo area to note how you are designating your gift. Mailing address:

The College of William and Mary
P.O. Box 1693
Williamsburg, VA 23187-1693
Securities

Gifts of securities, such as stocks and mutual funds, can be a strategically effective way to support the programs of the College of William and Mary. Please contact the Gift Accounting Office at (757) 221 1080 to make your gift using securities.

Deferred Gifts

We encourage you to consult the Gift Planning Office when making a bequest provision in your will, retirement plan, or other estate plan. This office can provide the appropriate legal name and language to ensure that your bequest can be used the way you intend.

For More Information

To further explore giving options that will be meaningful and beneficial to you, please contact [[as-development, Arts & Sciences Development]].

Gifts supporting the departments and programs of Arts & Sciences at the College of William and Mary are tax-deductible according to regulations governing section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code.