W&M in Washington

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About W&M in Washington

The Washington Center is your campus in the City! Our staff works to connect current students with the 17,000 alumni in the Washington, DC area. One of the ways we help students form these relationships, and gain valuable experience in a field of their interests, is through our Study in DC academic and internship opportunities!

We are excited for our DC Semester Program, DC Summer Institutes, DC Winter Seminars and DC Summer Session students to share their experiences, site visits, the inside scoop on living in the District and the impact Study in DC has had on their academic and professional careers.

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Spring Break Days 1 & 2, Complete!

These past few days have been a whirlwind! Since coming into DC just a few days ago, we’ve been moving and working pretty much

W&M in DC: Spring Break Edition!

Hi! My name is Emmel El-Fiky, and I am a sophomore at William & Mary. Just to introduce myself a little, I am currently

IR Winter Seminar: Day 7 & 8

January 11: The last two days of our winter seminar emphasized the practical application of grand strategy – how abstract theories can be translated

More Representation, Better Government

January 9: Both of our speakers today mainly focus on improving the representation in government. One through means of changing the electoral system to

IR Winter Seminar: Days 4, 5, & 6

January 8: Opportunities to engage with various speakers from around the city continued as the week closed out. On Thursday, we visited the Center

The Room Where It Happens

January 6: Today the American Politics class had the opportunity to hear from Jerry Taylor of the Niskanen Center, where he works to influence

Paying it forward

January 5: It has been a jam-packed four-day experience of the 2017 Winter DC Seminar for the Urban Education students. I want to give a

D.C., Congress, and Networking

January 5: Part of the D.C. program is experiencing parts of D.C. Today the American Politics class went to the National Museum of African

IR Winter Seminar: Day 3

January 4: State Department Day. For a seminar dominated by international relations and government scholars, many of whom are interested in pursuing careers in this