William & Mary's first two participants in the College's partnership with the Internships in Francophone Europe are back on campus.
The International Music and Dance Showcase kicked off International Education Week at the College.
Medical clinics and ethnographic research in Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic are aimed at helping people help themselves.
An annual event at the Wendy and Emery Reves Center for International Studies introduces international students and faculty to the American tradition of pumpkin carving.
Hundreds of curious families poured into Trinkle Hall on Family Weekend to meet excited student representatives and alumni of William & Mary's many study abroad and exchange programs.
Isshin Teshima ‘11 was one of 298 W&M students studying in other parts of the world this summer.
Assistant Government Professor Rani Mullen served as an observer for Afghanistan's Aug. 20 presidential election.
Bailey Thomson was one of millions around the world who recently observed the Islamic tradition of Ramadan. But unlike the majority of those who observe the holy month, Thomson is not a Muslim.
A Q&A with Law Professor Angela Banks on her soon-to-be-released report on immigration, "Sovereignty, Deference, and Deportation: Regulating the Power to Deport in the United States and Europe."
Spain's Ambassador to the U.S. Jorge Dezcallar de Mazarredo spoke to a Law School audience Sept. 15 about Spain and the U.S. in the 21st Century.
Eleven William & Mary alumni were selected this year to receive scholarships from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, which will send them everywhere from The Dominican Republic to Korea.
Assistant professor of government Rani Mullen served as a U.S. observer of the August 20 presidential election in Afghanistan.
Andy Allen ('11) is preparing to relish everything the old world has to offer. As the first recipient of the Timothy J. Sullivan Scholarship, he will spend fall semester of his junior year at the University of Nottingham in England.
The Reves Center for International Studies is sponsoring an international spouse network that is fittingly named: the Link.
In the days and weeks that followed Iran's election, the world watched as protests and violence filled the country's streets. For one William & Mary student, the conflict hit especially close to home.
Hats off to our recent scholarship winners!
W&M's government department and Reves Center for International Studies hosted a forum marking the 20th anniversary of China's Tiananmen Square protests and massacre.
A Balinese sacred performance workshop came a day after Wayang Kali, an experimental shadow theater troupe, performed in the Kimball Theatre as the final event in this year's Ewell Concert Series.
Tenuous internal conditions-complicated by difficult relationships with Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Syria-pose the greatest challenges to Iraq's future.
Direct from Japan (and the mercury sGIG)...it's Future Shock, a whirling look into the fast-food culture infecting Japan.
Students in Tamara Sonn's class Women in the Muslim World received a rare treat when guest-lecturer Akbar Ahmed led discussion.
The United States is the best place to be a Muslim, says William and Mary senior Madeeha Hameed, who traveled with the "Journey into America" program.
Bassett was one of three William & Mary undergraduates who joined History Professor Lu Ann Homza on a research trip to Pamplona, Spain over Spring Break to peruse two sets of archives and get a better understanding of Spanish history through the hand-written accounts of the people who lived it.
You, too, can now understand Cuban films, thanks to Anne Marie Stock.
Many William and Mary students spent time volunteering instead of vacationing during winter break this year.