For Faculty

Request for Proposals

A Request for Proposals is distributed each year -- but proposals  to teach in the W&M in Washington Program may be submitted without an RFP and will be reviewed on a rolling basis.  Complete your proposal for a W&M in Washington semester online today!

Program Benefits
  • Complete quality research using DC's many museums and cultural institutions, the world's best archives, and the world's biggest library
  • Connect with experts in your field and network with DC-area colleagues
  • Experience an urban environment while working for William & Mary - the best of both worlds!
  • Teach courses in your department ... while you are in DC!
  • Live in a 1-bedroom, fully-furnished apartment in Dupont Circle - right in the heart of downtown DC, and just a few blocks down from the W&M Office!
  • Meet local alumni and develop fundraising opportunities for your department
Faculty Advocates

Interested in being in Washington?  Connect with one of our many faculty advocates here on campus -- they can answer all of your questions!

Carrie Cooper (Swem Library) -- area of DC expertise: planning day trips to Washington

Rebecca Green (Law School) -- area of DC expertise: weekend classes in Washington

Steve Hanson (Reves Center) -- area of DC expertise: program representation in Washington

Ken Kambis (Kinesiology & Health Sciences Department) -- area of DC expertise: DC Summer Session

Don Rahtz (Mason School of Business) -- area of DC expertise: DC Summer Institutes

Ron Rapoport (Government Department) -- area of DC expertise:  W&M in Washington, DC Summer Institutes