Shao Li Robert Liu '82 shares his thoughts.
World Minded Fall 2016
VOL. 9, NO.1
Established in 1989, the Reves Center for International Studies is today one of the premier centers for globalization 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.
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 the Institute for the Theory & Practice of International Relations, co-sponsored by the Faculty of Arts & Sciences, which supports faculty and student collaborations to find solutions to pressing global problems.
Read the stories of World Minded:
Honors thesis research in Liberia sparked one alum's journey towards creating change on a Monrovian soccer pitch.
This past spring, the Reves Center for International Studies was proud to announce that William & Mary received a 2016 Senator Paul Simon Award for Comprehensive Internationalization from NAFSA: Association of International Educators.
Keabra OpongBrown ’16 was a student in W&M’s semester program in La Plata, Argentina in 2015. OpongBrown shares what she observed, as well as advice to future students.
Since the 9th Century A.D., countless pilgrims from all over the world have traveled the Camino de Santiago, a network of routes that terminate at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in northwestern Spain. A group of William & Mary students and faculty traveled the Camino this past summer, and while it isn’t the first time W&M has sponsored a pilgrimage, this 2016 journey was different.
The Director of MBA Admissions at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business seeks to win over international students.
A look at William & Mary's Teaching, Research, & International Policy (TRIP) Project.
A student of the Joint Degree Programme between William & Mary and the University of St Andrews, this undergrad's commitment to research produced a rather noteworthy result.
Moore was part of a program conducted by William & Mary Professor of Biology John Swaddle as part of the Reves Center for International Studies' Faculty Fellows Program.
The Wren Building gets its share of diverse visitors on a daily basis, but over the summer, one tour included a unique group of guests: 27 senior officers from 10 African nations, including Cameroon, Chad and the Ivory Coast, who serve as police on United Nations peacekeeping missions.
Professor Elizabeth Canuel of William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science was awarded the honorary title of Geochemical Fellow at the annual Goldschmidt Conference recently held in Yokohama, Japan. Canuel is the first VIMS scientist to receive this international distinction.
Christie Warren’s expertise in comparative and international law has taken her to more than 50 developing and post-conflict countries over the past two decades. Beginning this September, it will take her to Florence, Italy, where she will serve as the 2016-17 Fulbright-Schuman Chair at the European University Institute.