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  1. National Fellowships
    The Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs (OUAA) supports current undergraduate students (and, in some cases, recent alumni) with the application and endorsement process of a variety of external competitive awards.
  2. National Institute of American History & Democracy
    The National Institute of American History & Democracy (NIAHD) is a partnership between William & Mary and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. NIAHD offers interdisciplinary programs for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students who want to focus on American history, ideas about freedom and democracy, material culture, and public history.
  3. Native Studies
    The minor in Native studies explores the culture, history, language, and collective identities of the Native peoples of the Americas and Polynesia.
  4. NATO Youth Summit
    Organized by NATO and William & Mary, the 2023 NATO Youth Summit entitled "NextGen Freedom & Security" will provide young participants with the opportunity to engage, build links, enhance understanding, exchange views and explore how NATO addresses challenges that the young generation sees as critical to their security.
  5. Neuroscience
    The Undergraduate Neuroscience Program at William & Mary brings together scientists from diverse disciplines committed to understanding the mind, brain, and the structure and function of the nervous system. This comprehensive understanding includes behavioral, cellular, and computational approaches to studying the brain and its impact on behavior and cognitive functions.
  6. News & Media
    University News & Media is responsible for production and distribution of news content through the W&M News and campus media relations including development of university-wide media outreach and placement strategies.
  7. Neurodiversity Initiative
    The Neurodiversity Initiative at William & Mary is an innovative program that is raising awareness on our campus of the vast array of brain differences, and cultivating an appreciation of the many kinds of talents we can nurture at our historic institution.