The Office of the Dean of the Faculty (DoF) and the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity (OIDE) will host the second annual all-faculty retreat, “Minding the Gap: Navigating Cultures at Williams,” which will provide a unique opportunity for faculty to come together. The retreat will be held on Tuesday, May 16th, from 9:00am-1:30pm at Mount
Find out what opportunities are available on campus. http://dean.williams.edu/?page_id=1941
NITLE (National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education): Community-based, non-profit initiative dedicated to advancing learning through the effective use of digital technologies. Williams is a participating member.
Academic Resources (http://web.williams.edu/wp-etc/acad-resources/survival_guide/): A compendium of services and programs collaboratively administered by student coordinators and the full-time Director Joyce P. Foster and the Assistant to the Director Jean St. Jacques that include: Disability Support Services Math & Science Resource Center (MSRC) Peer Tutoring Program Study Skills Corps Writing Workshop
Williams-Mystic: A study-away program in Maritime Studies affiliated with the Mystic Seaport Museum. http://www.williams.edu/williamsmystic/
Williams in Africa: Study-away and summer research opportunities for students in Africa. http://www.williams.edu/admin/deanfac/exped/africa/Africa_Initiative.htm
Writing Assistants Program: Writing tutors who are assigned to writing intensive courses and collaborate with faculty to provide feedback and support on drafts of student writing assignments.
Summer Science Research: Opportunities around the country. http://osap.williams.edu/summer-research-opportunities/
Class of 1957 Summer Research Program: Goal of the program is to enhance student-faculty collaboration on faculty research projects in the social sciences and humanities. http://dean-faculty.williams.edu/?page_id=56
Williams College Undergraduate Research Fellowship (WCURF): The program provides opportunities for students from groups traditionally underrepresented in higher education to pursue advanced research while working with faculty mentors. The faculty mentors also teach a session in the six-week Summer Research Colloquium. http://www.williams.edu/resources/osap/wcurf/