Ideation-as a print magazine-has been published twice a year by the College of William and Mary since 2005. The Ideation website has the same mission as the magazine, to showcase the research and scholarship contributions to society being made by faculty and students of the College.
The ID Office provides service and support for a convenient means of accessing goods and services through the William and Mary identification card.
IT is a service-based organization, working hard to provide faculty, students and staff with the necessary tools and resources to maximize their teaching, learning, research and on-campus experience.
The Institute for Historical Biology provides a space where the relationships of human biology and culture can be examined in new ways. The Institute encourages research that departs from the tendency toward biological reductionism which characterizes much of the history of science, in order to consider the organic influences of the learned relations of society.
An integrative research and educational institute that brings together biology, mathematics, economics and philosophy to understand the interactions of birds and society.
W&M's Institute for the Theory and Practice of International Relations promotes research that contributes to contemporary public policy issues. It seeks to convince current and future policy makers that careful attention to the procedures of social science can improve policy making and, thus, the world we all inhabit.
The Institute of Pilgrimage Studies facilitates the study of pilgrimage through two primary mechanisms. The Institute 1) provides support for the international Consortium of Pilgrimage Studies including organizing an annual conference and 2) facilitates a study abroad program through William & Mary based in Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
The Office of Institutional Analysis and Effectiveness promotes rigorous self-regulation and continuous improvement within the College and the academy. The Office supports, coordinates, and advances empirically-based efforts to demonstrate that the College is fulfilling its academic mission and enhancing the quality of a William & Mary education within a community of scholars.
The Office of Institutional Analysis and Effectiveness is a trusted provider of accurate, timely, and unbiased research-based information regarding the College of William & Mary and its role in higher education.
The Charles Center's broad mission is to enhance the quality of undergraduate teaching and learning. Many of the Center's initiatives seek to fulfill this mission with interdisciplinary academic programs that straddle or fall outside of the department structure in Arts and Sciences. In addition, the Center has a particular interest in recruiting and providing special academic, co-curricular, and scholarship resources for Monroe Scholars and other academically distinguished undergraduate and graduate students.
The mission of the Office of Internal Audit is to support the respective missions of the College of William & Mary and Richard Bland College by providing auditing services to the Board of Visitors and the colleges.
The International Relations program promotes the systematic study of political, economic and historic relations among states and other actors in the international system.
Each year, hundreds of international students and scholars study, teach and conduct research at William & Mary, in the process contributing invaluable perspectives to our classrooms and campus. The Reves Center serves and supports W&M's international community, ensuring their smooth transition to and academically successful experience at the College.
The Wendy and Emery Reves Center for International Studies works to develop, enrich and promote the international dimensions of learning, teaching, research and civic engagement at the College. It does so through its education abroad programs, support for international students and scholars, on-campus events and programming, and advancement of internationally-focused scholarship and initiatives.
Language training and a variety of educational experiences grounded in the European humanistic tradition.