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/
Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship (MMUF): The Mellon Foundation funds fellows to conduct research for ten weeks full-time during the summers after their sophomore and junior years and for approximately eight hours per week during the academic year. The aim of the program is to increase the number of minority students, and others with a demonstrated