Community members learn about another country; students get first-hand look at American life. Everybody wins.
The internship will provide international students the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in the workings of the American court system and nonprofit organizations.
Katie Mitchell '13, Emily Pehrsson '13, Dallen McNerney '14, and Connor Smith '14 represented William & Mary at a CIA Crisis Simulation Competition in November.
President Barack Obama recently signed the Kate Puzey Peace Corps Volunteer Protection Act, named for a William & Mary alumna who was killed while serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa.
A team of student computer scientists will represent William & Mary at an international competition in Poland this May after racking up a College-best showing at a preliminary event in November.
English Professor Joanne Braxton will serve as writer-in-residence at this year's Rumi pilgrimage.
Scholars consider what’s next for Sudan and South Sudan.
International Relations major to study in Amman, Jordan in Spring 2012.
Professor Emeritus of Government James A. Bill, who served as the College’s first director of the Reves Center for International Studies, will receive an honorary degree of doctor of humane letters at the Charter Day ceremony.
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense and William & Mary alumnus Robert M. Gates '65 will serve as the keynote speaker at the College’s 2012 Charter Day ceremony. Professor Emeritus of Government James A. Bill, founding director of the Reves Center, will also be honored at the event.
World-renowned tenor William Joyner '84 returned to his alma mater last week to host the class and perform with the William & Mary Symphony Orchestra.
William & Mary alumnus Frank “Beau” Wright ’10 was selected to intern at the White House this fall. He was one of ten Virginians and over 140 people nationwide to be selected.
Ensembles bring the sounds of Java to Williamsburg.
Demirjian spent six weeks studying the College’s management of research activity and sponsored programs.
Reves Hall offers monthly public lectures on a variety of international topics.
In relationship to the Center for Gifted Education's work with Japan, friendship building may eventually lead to a philosophical shift in the way gifted education is viewed in the country.
Ali Suleiman Aujali, Libyan Ambassador to the United States, and Aly R. Abuzaakouk, executive director of the Libya Forum for Human and Political Development, address students about their nation's transition to democracy.
Associate Professor of Theatre Francis Tanglao-Aguas recently received the 2011 Dakila Achievement Award in Education from the Philippine American Foundation for Charities, Inc. in Washington, D.C.
English professors Adam and Monica Potkay have one word to describe their trip to Poland last spring: "intense."
Like most inventors, Jefferson Lab scientist Xin Zhao's moment of inspiration was prompted by a need, and the result was an invention that could someday see batteries in electric vehicles and similar devices boosted or replaced by high-power, high-capacity, fast-charge/discharge energy storage systems using graphene.
The College has a greater percentage of undergraduates who participate in study-abroad programs than any other public institution offering doctoral degrees in the United States.
Sophomore Jeltje Loomans came to W&M to play tennis, but found there was room in her schedule for field hockey as well.
The Haiti Compact recently released a report, which outlines the group's findings and gives other interested colleges guidance for planning their own alternative break trips to Haiti.
Awarded to international students who have distinguished themselves in academics and service to the William & Mary community
Final event of the International Student Success Series extended orientation program explores the realities of a job search for non-nationals.
The first international conference hosted by William & Mary Law School's Property Rights Project came to its successful conclusion Oct. 15 at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.
Christine Westberg '77, adjunct instructor of theatre at William & Mary, won round seven of NPR's Three-Minute Fiction contest over the weekend.
An Oct. 17 panel discussion at the W&M Sadler Center, based on the fall PBS series, "Women, War & Peace," showcased how local women, such as Professor Christie Warren of W&M Law School, have made a difference throughout the world.
College offers 14 study abroad programs in 12 countries in summer 2012.
Joint initiative of the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of State is designed to help "promote programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences in the United States."
A new world of sound has arrived at William & Mary, thanks to the College's new Music of India Ensemble.
Govt. Prof. George Grayson will appear Sunday on NBC Nightly News.
This Saturday, Nov. 5, at noon in front of the Kimball Theater, the William and Mary Global Film Festival will be filming Southeast Side Story, a community-wide lip dub musical adaptation of the film West Side Story.
Theatre and dance faculty recently sat down with William & Mary News to discuss their interdisciplinary work with Africana studies.
Topics to be discussed from 1-5 p.m. on Nov. 4 are “Nuclear Energy in post-Fukushima Asia” (1 p.m.-2:45) and “Korea, the United States, and the World” (3 p.m.-4:45).
Credits the College of William & Mary as a supportive ‘second family’ in his academic success.
With fanfare and grateful appreciation, the College celebrates the establishment of a fully funded, endowed professorship in Middle East studies.
The College of William and Mary is one of the top producers of U.S. Fulbright Students in the country, according to data released by the Chronicle of Higher Education Oct. 23.
The College becomes just the third in the United States, 16th in the world, to receive this fully funded, endowed professorship.
Kiyotoshi Miyauchi wanted to “experience American culture more deeply.”
William & Mary Psychology Professor Harvey Langholtz will participate in a United Nations panel discussion Monday about the role of women in war and peace building.
Campus visit by Pulitzer Center grantees first of three in 2011-12 academic year.
James City County and Williamsburg Democratic Committees host public lecture at the Williamsburg Regional Library.
Professor Bob Diaz of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science has played a major role in a new U.N. report on low-oxygen "dead zones," a growing threat to ocean life and marine economies in coastal waters throughout the world.
For three years Cortney Cain has overseen the language program helping international students and scholars better work in English.
The College of William and Mary's Ewell Concert Series kicks off this weekend with a performance of Hispanic ballads by singer, musician and scholar Tomas Lozano.
Justice Sandra Day O'Connor appeared via video at the Eighth Annual Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference to accept the 2011 Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Prize.
Nicky Bell ‘12, Eva Baker ’12, and Peter Klicker ’12 gain experience and education in Brussels.
As China continues to emerge as an economic superpower, one of the challenges it faces is deciding how to further enhance its market economy through its private property laws.
Japanese culture of 'cute' scores an international victory over samurai and ninja.
Scholarship awarded to students interested in studying abroad in Asia or Southeast Asia, and carries requirement to perform service project upon return.
Goal is to aid restoration efforts by resolving group’s tangled classification.
George Greenia, a professor of Hispanic studies, details the discovery and historic contents of a medieval document signed by King Fernando IV.
When William & Mary Student Assembly President Kaveh Sadeghian '12 e-mailed the student body, asking them where they were over the summer and what they were doing, more than 500 students from across the globe responded.
Oldest student-run international service project serves Bosnian children and student teachers in new, innovative ways.
The College of William and Mary's Global Film Festival has announced its 2012 theme: "Film and the City."
Alena Stern '12 works with AidData, World Bank, UNICEF, Ushahidi on international development and foreign aid.
Group honored for computer modeling of storm-tide flooding.
Alex Atkins ’13 and Kedar Pavgi ’11 invited to attend Athgo International’s 4th Global Innovation Forum on Climate Change and Constructive Entrepreneurship based on AidData involvement.
W&M students, families invited to explore study abroad opportunities.
Extended orientation designed to give international students the tools to succeed at the College of William & Mary.
Government and International Relations Associate Professor Michael Tierney interviewed on With Good Reason about AidData and aid transparency.
Sponsored by the Reves Center for International Studies, the Writing Resource Center, and the Office of the Dean of Arts & Sciences for faculty and staff working with international students.
Series of three lectures opens Thursday at Small Hall, room 110.
The start of the fall semester means it's time for college rankings and William & Mary has once again been highlighted by several national publications.
In Memory Still: A Kiowa Legacy in Art on view at the Muscarelle Museum of Art September 10 – November 13. Opening reception and lecture Friday, Sept. 9, 5 – 8 p.m.
The College of William and Mary will mark the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks with several events on Sunday, including a remembrance ceremony.
VIMS researchers join an international team to study how the Amazon River's huge freshwater plume affects the biology and chemistry of the Atlantic Ocean.
Gates will succeed retired U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, who will complete her term in February 2012.
Assistant field hockey coach Wesley Drew '10 spent 25 days in Borneo this summer working to improve the habitat for orphaned orangutans.
Variety of activities introduce international students to American culture, off campus and on.
International spouses and significant others connected to the College come together for fun, friendship and support.
Though the hurricane threatened to do its worst, its approach didn’t stop the William & Mary community from pulling together and offering assistance to one another in advance of the storm.
On Oct. 14-15, William & Mary Law School's Property Rights Project will host the law school's first international conference at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.
In partnership with Beijing Normal University and the Office of Chinese Language Council International (Hanban), the College will offer Chinese language and culture courses, provide teacher training, and support study abroad, officials announced Tuesday.
The Center's new director and vice provost comes to the College from the University of Washington in Seattle.
The stage in Phi Beta Kappa Hall usually serves as the canvas on which Matthew Allar creates an array of theatrical worlds for William & Mary's students and patrons to enjoy throughout the year.
The College enrolls 468 international students for the 2011-12 academic year.
A global study by an international team including professor John Graves of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary, has found that several species of tunas and billfishes are threatened and in need of further protection.
A team of William & Mary physicists has an important role in the Daya Bay Reactor Neutrino Experiment, a multinational collaboration to advance science's understanding of ubiquitous, yet mysterious, particles known as neutrinos.
William & Mary mathematician Chi-Kwong Li has been awarded a Fulbright grant by the Council for International Exchange of Scholars.
Students and faculty members from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) - William & Mary's new "sister university" - visited Williamsburg in July and August to take classes, make friends and share information about their lives, culture and education with the College's faculty and students.
The twenty-first Cross Cultural Collaboration between Keio University and the College of William & Mary begins in Williamsburg, ends in Washington D.C.
Reves Center Finance Manager Al Subramanian now President Elect of the Association of Government Accountants, Richmond.
Hiroshi Kitamura discusses his new book "Screening Enlightenment."
The rankings season has officially begun and William & Mary continues to be recognized as one of the nation's top universities.
Sport Fishing magazine has chosen professor John Graves of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science as one of five winners of its inaugural Making a Difference awards.
The College of William and Mary has been selected as one of 200 colleges and universities nationwide to participate in the President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge, which seeks to motivate institutions of higher learning to foster interfaith cooperation through service.
Reinard Primulando, a Ph.D. student in the William & Mary Department of Physics, is a recipient of a Fermilab Fellowship in Theoretical Physics.
Graduate student Bronwen Watts used W&M international connections to arrange an independent study of higher education in China.
Eight William & Mary students attend the second St. Petersburg International Film Festival “KinoForum.”
David St. John '11 spent 12 days in Italy researching one of his favorite things: food
Professor Emmett Duffy of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) has been honored with the inaugural Kobe Award for his achievements in marine science.
International students and scholars enjoy exploring area attractions.
William & Mary’s international development research program, AidData helped design and populate an interactive map for the African Development Bank (AfDB) that depicts the precise locations of the bank’s ongoing projects in Cameroon, Morocco and Tanzania.
Two groups of students and alumni from William & Mary will premiere their artistic talents on stage at the nation’s second largest Fringe Festival.
Ghana native becomes the fourth male athlete from the College so honored.
Visiting scholar Aimin Li delivers presentation on higher education in China to standing room only crowd.
W&M professor and three students have just returned from 12 days in Italy studying the Slow Food phenomenon.
Executive MBA students complete their International Residency in Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai.
He comes to the College from the University of Washington, where he served as vice provost for global affairs and taught political science.
William & Mary students gather April 7-9 to present research at the international symposium, “Post-Soviet Television: Global Formats and Russian Power.”
Asian and Middle Eastern Studies integrates two existing majors – East Asian Studies and Middle Eastern Studies – to engage a changing, globally connected world.
Former Iraqi Minister of Environment Mishkat Al Moumin is W&M's Kraemer Middle East Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence this spring.
That part of her education is being facilitated by two local residents who signed up to participate in the William & Mary Global Friends Program, a Reves Center for International Studies initiative that aims to connect international students with community members to encourage cross-cultural understanding.