An introduction by Stephen E. Hanson, Vice Provost for International Affairs and Director of the Reves Center for International Studies
Established in 1989, the Reves Center for International Studies is today one of the premier centers of its kind in U.S. higher education. Its mission is to support and promote the internationalization of learning, teaching, research and community involvement at William & Mary through programs for education abroad, international students and scholars, and global engagement across the university. William & Mary is the number one public university for undergraduate study abroad participation, with almost 60 percent of the university’s undergraduates studying outside the U.S. before graduation. More than 1,200 international students, scholars and their families from nearly 70 countries have come to William & Mary. And the Reves Center encourages and assists numerous international strategic initiatives across the university, including the William & Mary Confucius Institute, which offers Chinese language and cultural activities to the campus and community, and Global Research Institute, co-sponsored by the Faculty of Arts & Sciences, which supports faculty and student collaborations to find solutions to pressing global problems.
Read selected stories from this issue of World Minded:
In 2019, a team of fisheries biologists from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS), funded by a Reves Faculty Fellowship, traveled to Nepal to study the country’s freshwater fishes.
The 2020 George Tayloe Ross Address on International Peace was a panel discussion co-sponsored by the Reves Center with the US-Europe Alliance: American-British-EU Realignment: Post-Brexit Possibilities.
Grace Kier '20 wrote the winning essay for the 2019 Foreign Policy and Carnegie Corporation Essay Contest.
A Q&A with James Toney '01
Ta-Nehisi Coates visited William & Mary for the ASWAD Conference.
A conversation with Sylvia Mitterndorfer, Director, Global Education, and Amy Quark, Associate Professor, Sociology and Chair, International Studies Advisory Committee (ISAC).
The English Bridge Program is a new online and live-remote educational certificate program at William & Mary Law School designed to reach international students where they live and work.
Three international Tribe Men's Soccer players and their coaches discuss some of their social and cultural adjustments.
A Q&A with 2020 W&M Global Film Festival participant, Saudi filmmaker Shahad Ameen.