The Williams Office of Fellowships helps students extend their learning outside of the classroom. A national fellowship or a Williams College award may help you fund graduate study in the US or abroad or support travel, study, and experiential learning as an undergraduate. From the initial inquiry to the nomination and selection stages of a national competition, the Fellowships Office works with undergraduates, seniors, and alumni to prepare competitive applications.
Moo-La The Fellowships Traveller outside of Hopkins Hall
Dr. Herchel Smith Fellows at Emmanuel College, CambridgeAlec Greaves-Tunnell '13, Bryn Falahee '13, Uttara Partap '13, and Cheng Chai Chiang '13
Martin-Wilson Fellow Amy Levine '14 with Clark Fellow Rebecca Fallon '14 at Oxford
Fulbright Scholar Carrie Tribble '13Gathering data on a mountaintop near Cusco, Peru
Fulbright Scholar Clint Robins '11 in MalawiResearching wildlife conservation
Fulbright Scholar Jennifer Law '13 in South KoreaTeaching English
Florence Chandler Fellow Chie Togami '13 in New ZealandStudying and living in intentional communities in Japan, New Zealand, Germany and Scotland
Fulbright Scholar Hannah Kaemmer '13 in the UKAt Hemsley Castle with fellow archeology students; Hannah is second from the right.
Herschel Smith Fellow Abdullah Awad '13 in CambridgePunting on the Cam
Florence Chandler Fellow Casey McLellan '14 in VeronaStudying bells around the world!
Florence Chandler Fellow Pedro Roque '14Varanasi, the Holy City by the river Ganjes
Watson Fellow Eloise Andry '14 at South IslandOn the way to Cromwell via scenic gravel road route
Watson Fellow Ali Mctar '14 in RwandaHolidays in Kigali - Ali is kneeling in the center with the blue shirt
Fulbright Scholar Fernando Lora '14 in BrazilPhotography in Brazil
Fulbright Scholar Anyela Perez Garcia '14 in ColombiaConducting research in La Periquera, Villa de Leyva
Rhodes Scholar Brian McGrail '14Brian McGrail '14 with fellow scholars. Brian is third from the right.