The Reves Center for International Studies aims to develop, enrich, and promote the international dimensions of learning, teaching, research, and civic engagement at William & Mary.
The kindness and generosity of a variety of donors allows the Reves Center to provide the William & Mary community with assistance in supporting students on campus, bringing visiting scholars to the university, and supporting students in studying abroad both overseas and here at W&M as incoming study abroad students.
International Student Support
Jack W. Wolf Endowed Scholarship
To provide a scholarship with preference for students other than United States nationality.
Campus Student Support
Helen Ridgely Kennedy Endowment
To provide support, financial aid to deserving graduate and undergraduate students whose major discipline is in the area of international studies.
James H. Critchfield Memorial
To promote Middle Eastern Studies at the College of William & Mary. For these purposes, the Middle East is defined as the area from Egypt eastward, including the Levant, the Arabian Peninsula, and the Gulf.
To directly support students, funding initiatives such as, but not limited to, study abroad and student exchanges with noted Middle East universities, collaborative faculty and student research on a variety of Middle East topics, and innovative programs at the College’s Arabic House, a residential Language House where students immerse themselves in the Arabic language and learn more about Middle East culture.
Borgenicht Visiting Scholars
To provide support for visiting scholars in the Reves Center for International Studies at the College of William & Mary.
George Tayloe Ross Addresses on International
To support an address or series of lectures given annually, under the auspices of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences, dealing with international topics and to promote peace.
Kraemer Middle East Distinguished
To support a Scholar-In-Residence each year within the Middle East Studies program at the Reves Center for International Studies.
The Kraemer Scholar-In-Residence will be selected around the scholar’s proven knowledge of law and governance in Islamic states and societies. The residency may last from a few days to more than a week. The Scholar-In-Residence will be open to all geographical areas and sub-disciplines, provided the Scholar’s background, interest and topical focus are on or clearly related to Islamic law and governance.
McSwain-Walker Lecture Series
To provide an annual lecture series in the Reves Center for International Studies focusing on how other countries and cultures interact with the United States, and how the United States interacts with them.
Study Abroad Assistance, Incoming
Borgstrom Scholarship Endowment
To provide tuition, room, board and fees for one semester to an in-coming study abroad student from Sweden, with a preference for a student from the town of Svängsta, Sweden.
Abroad Assistance, Outgoing
Alma Packett Pedersen Memorial Study
To provide financial support for an academically qualified female student from Virginia for study abroad.
Campagna Italy Scholarship
To provide scholarship support to academically distinguished students with financial need who choose to study abroad in Italy under the auspices of the College of William & Mary.
Drew Yamada-Hosley Scholarship for
International Study and Travel
To support scholarship assistance for a student with international travel, such as a study abroad experience. The student must demonstrate financial need to qualify, and the assistance can be awarded to both in-state and out-of-state students.
Dunn-Stofan Study Abroad Endowment
To provide study abroad scholarships with a preference for academically distinguished students who otherwise might not study abroad, and/or to provide for student/faculty international research teams.
G. Hartwell Hylton Endowment for
To provide need based financial aid for academically distinguished students spending a semester or summer studying abroad in programs sponsored by or approved by the Reves Center for International Studies at the College of William & Mary.
James A. Bill International Study
To provide assistance to students for the purpose of studying outside of the United States. Scholarships are based on both financial need and ability.
Jeannette Kemling Bailey Memorial
To provide assistance to students who participate in International Studies programs, the Exeter Program preferred.
Julian W. Fore Endowment for
To provide need based financial aid to support academically deserving students participating in study abroad programs or in other international learning experiences sponsored or approved by the Reves Center for International Studies at the College of William & Mary.
Kay A. Kemper Study Abroad
To support scholarship assistance for an academically distinguished undergraduate who will study abroad, and who is in need of financial assistance.
Mark G. Ludvigsen Scholarship
To provide undergraduate student scholarship support to be given to an academically distinguished study abroad student in any area of the world.
S. Douglas and Eugenia Fleet
International Studies Endowment
To provide financial assistance to needy and deserving students whose field of concentration is International Studies. Preference given to students traveling between the United States and the former Soviet Union.
S. Warne Robinson ’37 Scholarship
To provide financial assistance for study abroad for a deserving student.
Sharon Yates Gillett Scholarship
To provide scholarship assistance to a Kappa Alpha Theta student to study overseas. If none, to a Kappa Alpha Theta student with demonstrated financial need. Then, if there are no qualifying Kappa Alpha Theta students, the scholarship may be awarded to other students who are studying overseas.
Waverly M. Cole International
To provide financial assistance to students who are studying abroad.
Zachary James Vaughan Endowed
To provide scholarship assistance for study abroad to a student who demonstrates financial need and exhibits similar interests to those of Zachary Vaughan ’07.