Students can take foreign relations class in D.C. next year
Starting early next year, students at the College of William and Mary can expand their knowledge of foreign affairs by spending their spring break in the nation's capital.
As part of the DC Spring Break Seminar, students from any major can take a class covering the 2016 election, how the World Bank dispenses aid, the role journalism plays in policy debates, and more.
Mike Tierney, a professor of government and international relations, will teach the class, called Foreign Policy: International Development, Security, and Commerce.
David Trichler, the director of operations at AidData, will...