Do you have a research idea that needs an interdisciplinary and innovative environment to grow? Want to join the Scotland Street community beyond the barbecues? The Institute offers a variety of ways for faculty to engage beyond our regular events or establishing a full-blown Institute research lab. We often collaborate formally and informally with our colleagues across campus. You can find more information on how we support faculty below.
Don’t see what you’re looking for? Tell us! Reach out to Institute Director [[mjtier,Mike Tierney]].
You don’t need to run an Institute project to be part of the Institute. As an Institute affiliate, you can tap into seed funding to kick-start student involvement in new research projects, apply for funds to bring a speaker to campus, reserve office space in our house on Scotland Street, and more. Our current affiliates include faculty and practitioners in international security, international and comparative political economy, and political psychology. If you’re interested in becoming an Institute affiliate, email [[mjtier,Mike Tierney]] to learn more.
Book workshops are an opportunity for faculty members to share a draft manuscript with colleagues and students, giving you the opportunity to gain invaluable feedback on your latest work and providing students a window into the research and writing process. Apply to workshop your book with the Institute, and we’ve got you covered -- our team will consult on process and invitees, and we’ll also take care of the event itself.
Published books that grew out of the Institute include:
- Global Rivalries: Standards Wars and the Transnational Cotton Trade Hardcover by Amy A. Quark
- Ethnic Politics and State Power in Africa: The Logic of the Coup-Civil War Trap by Philip Roessler
- Greening Aid?: Understanding the Environmental Impact of Development Assistance by Robert L. Hicks, Bradley C. Parks, J. Timmons Roberts, Michael J. Tierney
- Face-to-Face Diplomacy: Social Neuroscience and International Relations by Marcus Holmes
- Negotiating with Evil by Mitchell B Reiss
- Giving Aid Effectively: The Politics of Environmental Performance and Selectivity at Multilateral Development Banks by Mark Buntaine
International Development Seminar Series
Our seminar series is where cutting-edge research meets on-campus learning. The Institute’s faculty-led International Development Seminar Series brings speakers to campus to share recent or forthcoming research. Past participants in the series have included Michael Woolcock (World Bank), Kosuke Imai (Harvard University) , Marshall Burke (Stanford) and Nancy Qian (Northwestern).
William & Mary faculty are eligible to apply for Global Research Institute Summer Fellows to support their in-country research. Past faculty-fellows partnerships have included implementation of a randomized controlled trial in Colombia, evaluation of a program in Liberia, and creation of a novel dataset of Indonesian election outcomes.
Questions about the application process? Email Assistant Director of Programs [[rmhalleran,Rebecca Latourell]].
To learn more about faculty involvement at the Institute, dig deeper on how we support projects, or suggest programming, contact Institute Director [[mjtier,Mike Tierney]].
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