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Faculty Funding Opportunities

Helping your ideas become reality

The Reves Center offers a variety of funding opportunities to William & Mary faculty across the university.

Faculty Fellowships
Reves & Drapers' Faculty Fellows
  • The Reves Faculty Fellows program supports faculty and their students engaged in international collaborative research and community engagement. The program is designed to encourage proposals from W&M faculty with significant experience in the international arena as well as those seeking to expand the focus of their work to include international, global, and/or trans-national approaches. The Drapers’ Faculty Fellowship provides support for archival research by the fellows, with the potential involvement of W&M graduate and/or undergraduate students at institutions in the United Kingdom.  More information and application.
Funding for Conferences and Lectures
Distinguished Lectures

Funds to support public lectures and performances by distinguished scholars, artists, and practitioners whose visits will contribute to international education at William & Mary.

International Conference Grants

Grants for W&M faculty who are presenting papers at international conferences, or presenting papers on international, global, or trans-national topics at conferences in the U.S. (Please note that the form requires logging into the W&M system for authentication.)

On-Campus Conferences

Support for William & Mary faculty who are hosting on-campus conferences that will contribute to international education at the university.

If your request for funding has been approved, you will receive a confirmation email with links to the following forms. We ask that you complete the Event Information Form at least one week prior to your event so that we can advertise it on our calendar and listservs. Following your event, please complete an Event Evaluation Form, as your feedback is valuable in helping us keep track of past events and improve future ones.