William & Mary has logged an unusual "clean sweep" in a prestigious national scholarship program, with all four of the university's nominees winning Goldwater Scholarships.
News anchor, journalist and author Gwen Ifill visited William & Mary earlier this week to engage with students, faculty and staff as the 2015 Hunter B. Andrews Distinguished Fellow in American Politics.
Virginia Institute of Marine Science graduate student Patricia Thibodeau and William & Mary undergraduate Jack Conroy are currently conducting field research in Antarctica thanks in part to a generous gift from Adrian G. "Casey" Duplantier Jr. and 1st Advantage Federal Credit Union of Newport News.
During a 37-year career, David Aday has epitomized the principles of the Jefferson Award with his significant service and leadership.
Will Bergan ’15, a math and physics double major from Springfield, Virginia, is the 2015 recipient of William & Mary’s Thomas Jefferson Prize in Natural Philosophy, William & Mary's top honor for science and mathematics undergraduates.
Marge Lobeck '15 will be awarded the 2015 James Monroe Prize in Civic Leadership for her work with organizations like Camp Kesem.
William & Mary staff members were treated to a Thanksgiving dinner in the Sadler Center Nov. 19 by the members of the Ebony Expressions Gospel Choir and Sharpe Community Scholars Program.
As dwindling populations of monarch butterflies prepared for their annual migration, two undergraduate students in the William & Mary Plant Ecology Lab spent their summer trying to more deeply understand the plants upon which they rely.
The new members of the Class of 2018 will see first-hand the far-reaching effects the William & Mary community can have when Brianna Buch ’15 and Assistant Dean of Students Ben Boone ’07, M.Ed. ’09 receive the President’s Award for Service to the Community during Opening Convocation.
Michael Cammarata '12 hopes to become a surgeon who will spend his spare time tending to injured matadors.
Eleven W&M students worked on a wide variety of projects this summer in the nation's capital.
Alumnus Ted Dintersmith '74 will speak at William & Mary's 2014 Opening Convocation ceremony, scheduled for 5:15 p.m. Aug. 27 in the Wren Yard. The annual event welcomes new students to campus and marks the beginning of the academic year.
Two William & Mary undergraduates will study in the United Kingdom this summer as part of the Fulbright Summer Institute, one of the most prestigious and selective summer scholarship programs in the world.
A Hampton, Virginia, native, Terrence Mack will study in Germany this summer, continuing his goal of becoming a high school German teacher.
Ashley Fidler was just named a recipient of a Gates Cambridge Scholarship, one of 40 awarded in the United States. The Gates Scholarship will allow her to pursue an MPhil degree at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.
Texas-Arlington student wins first prize for app that would provide citizens with government and private services. W&M student Michael Payne finished second.
William & Mary will host the 2014 Weingartner Digital Citizenship Forum on Feb. 11, gathering experts from across the technology industry to explore how the Internet can affect government and political culture.
More than 200 students participated in service projects across the Williamsburg area in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.
A central figure in the establishment of the black studies program and first associate chair of the English department, Jacquelyn McLendon has spent more than two decades positively influencing W&M, its students and faculty.
Laura Godwin '14 will receive the 2014 Monroe Prize at W&M's Charter Day ceremony.
Dorothy Ibes, the newest Mellon environmental postdoctoral scholar, will teach a spring semester class in science communications, an experience that she hopes will bring some of those stories to light.
The Tribe's senior soccer player helps team make NCAA tournament by being named Colonial Athletic Association defensive player of the year.
William & Mary had more graduates enter service careers over the first decade of the new millennium than any other national university, according to a recent report by the Aspen Institute and Washington Monthly.
When Erin Spencer, an ecology major and marine science minor, began to brainstorm ideas for a senior honors thesis, she knew immediately that she wanted to study lionfish.
One of the nation’s most well-known and influential neurodiversity advocates is bringing his expertise and counsel to William & Mary this academic year.
Murray House on Chandler Court, donated to the College by Jim J.D. '74, LL.D. '00 and Bruce Murray, will enable the 1693 Scholars Program to continue to reach its full potential.
The scholarships and fellowships are designed to provide undergraduate and graduate students with resources to acquire language skills and experience in countries critical to the future security and stability of the U.S.
Since 2012, the Neurodiversity Working Group has been working to explore and celebrate the neurological differences in the College's population. Last year, a University Teaching Project grew out of the group, with the aim to focus on the classroom experience for students.
Francis Tanglaos-Aguas he has sought to make the W&M theatre production of "Sitayana" a collaborative effort between faculty and students.
A socially-minded concept created by student Pat Austria hopes to improve disaster management and make a positive change for those living in the Philippines.
Eight students investigate topics from social media in elections to still-vivid perceptions of Che Guevarra.
Looking around for an idea for a summer Monroe Project, Garrahan '14 found himself enjoying the trails of the Foothills during a visit to family in Boise in early 2012.
Decentering the Nineteenth Century History of the Rio de la Plata
No one can accuse Brian Rabe ’13 of wasting his time at William & Mary. He’s been an active and productive researcher since his first semester and a campus leader, serving as both a teaching assistant and a resident assistant.
In the wake of the 2012 U.S. general election, it is now imperative to understand the intricacies of regional governments in China and India. That was the message of William Antholis, managing director of the Brookings Institution, when he addressed a full auditorium of students and faculty at William & Mary on Nov. 30.
Former research fellow of the Project on International Peace and Security publishes an article in Diplomatic Courier, a global affairs magazine.
It took several years to develop, but faculty across campus have constructed coursework constituting a minor in public health that has proven to be extremely popular among students who previously had only a few public health-related courses to choose from. Students can now declare an interdisciplinary minor in public health.
Cory Chapman, a recent W&M graduate and Monroe Scholar, created the winning design for the new Swem Library t-shirt.
William & Mary's annual Summer Research Symposium featured undergraduate research conducted in the summer of 2012.
Credits the College of William & Mary as a supportive ‘second family’ in his academic success.
The College of William and Mary is one of the top producers of U.S. Fulbright Students in the country, according to data released by the Chronicle of Higher Education Oct. 23.
“It’s an opportunity to pass on this history to future generations,” says Elana Urbach '14 of the afterword she'll write to her great grandmother’s World War II memoir.
Senior Allison Mickel participated in a summer research project that led to publication in a new scholarly journal.
The Charles Center hosted a Summer 2010 Research Photo Contest this year. Many wonderful photos were submitted, and the Charles Center chose the top three.
Thirteen students and alumni from the College of William and Mary have been selected to receive 2010-11 scholarships from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, setting a new record for the College.
Senior Kira Allmann is one of 32 American Rhodes Scholars for 2010, the Rhodes Trust announced Nov. 22. The Rhodes Scholarships are one of the world's highest academic honors.
Six seniors and their faculty mentors immerse themselves in yesterday, today and tomorrow
Now a few select William & Mary students can spend the summer getting a head start on honors thesis research.
Eleven recent graduates of the College of William and Mary have been selected to receive Fulbright U.S. student or Austrian government scholarships.