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.

Fulbright Scholar Fernando Lora '14 in Brazil

Enjoying the sunshine!

Sarah Vukelich '16, Florence Chandler Fellow

Sarah is examining activism and community organizing in Canada, South Africa, and Argentina.

Luce Scholar Sam Lewis '15 in Laos

This photo shows Sam at the Kuang Si waterfall just outside of Luang Prabang.

Watson Fellow Eloise Andry '14 at South Island

On the way to Cromwell via scenic gravel road route

Nathan Miller '15 Watson Fellow

Making music and having fun!

Abigale Belcrest '16 in Bousnika, Morocco

Abigale is a Fulbright researcher studying the family court system in Morocco.

Florence Chandler Fellow Casey McLellan '14 in Verona

Studying bells around the world!

Maryanne Rodriques '15, Fulbright ETA in Turkey

At Sapanca Lake near Sakarya University where Maryanne teaches.

Aseel Albuhab '15, Watson Fellow in Finland

Finnish Sign Language class at the World Federation of the Deaf. Aseel is studying deaf culture around the world.

Katherine Buoymaster '15 Fulbright ETA in Turkey

View of Kütahya, Turkey, city where Katherine lives, from the mountain.

Fulbright Scholar Anyela Perez Garcia '14 in Colombia

Conducting research in La Periquera, Villa de Leyva

Florence Chandler Fellow Pedro Roque '14

Varanasi, the Holy City by the river Ganjes

Nathan Miller '15 Watson Fellow

Studying traditional music in Zimbabwe, Serbia, Indonesia and Japan.

Jack Hoover '15 graduates from the University of Oxford

Jack received the Donovan-Moody Fellowship from Williams to study at Oxford's Oriental Institute. He received his M.Phil in Modern Middle Eastern Studies.
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