The Reves Center for International Studies offers a variety of funding opportunities to the students and faculty of William & Mary. These opportunities are intended to assist students and faculty with internationally-focused research and events.
Students may apply for international events funding, which will support internationally focused events including lectures and performances, as well as international research grants and summer international internship scholarships. These scholarships may be used to fund internships undertaken overseas, as well as domestic internships with an international agency or focus.
W&M faculty may apply for Reves Center funding to support distinguished lectures, travel to international conferences or domestic conferences with an international scope, as well as hosting on campus conferences. The Reves Center Faculty Fellows program also supports faculty and students engaged in international collaborative research and community engagement.
Questions regarding Reves Center funding opportunities should be directed to [[jcdav3, Judy Davis]], Administrative Manager.
Study Abroad Scholarships
The Global Education Office offers a variety of Reves administered scholarships as well as information and advice on other William & Mary scholarships and external scholarships for students intending to study abroad. Questions regarding study abroad scholarships should be directed to [[wmabroad, the Global Education Office]] at the Reves Center.
International Student Scholarships
The Office of International Students, Scholars, and Programs is proud to administer W&M's two scholarships created specifically for international students: the Clark-Campbell Scholarship and the Jack Wolf Scholarship. Donated by W&M alumni, these scholarships enable W&M to recognize the contributions of our international student community and support educational experiences. Questions regarding international student scholarships should be directed to [[globe, the Office of International Students, Scholars, and Programs]] at the Reves Center.