William & Mary student Aaron Murphy '15 recently became the highest ranked parliamentary debater in the United States and has earned the American Parliamentary Debate Association title of Speaker of the Year.
Twenty William & Mary professors are being honored this year with the university's prestigious Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence.
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.
Area middle school and high school students participated annual national mathematics competitions in William and Mary
Larry Leemis has been preparing a record number of students for success in the actuarial science field.
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.
An international leader in the field of neuroscience, one of the country's foremost legal thinkers on children's rights and family law, and an internationally renowned ethnomusicologist whose latest work focuses on the music of Oman are among this year's recipients of the Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence at William & Mary.
The Thomas Jefferson Prize in Natural Philosophy is one of the highest undergraduate prizes awarded at William & Mary.
William & Mary math student Robert Torrence is shedding some light on a decades-old game that continues to puzzle thousands each year.
William & Mary's mathematicians are taking data analysis to a new extreme — and they're looking for students to join them.
A lawyer called to testify before U.S. House members, a political scientist whose research with a student led to the development of a prominent Web-accessible database on foreign aid and a chemist who garnered national attention for success in developing young women scientists are among this year’s recipients of the Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence at William & Mary.
For the past five summers, while other students were hitting the beach, William & Mary math majors had been hitting the books and the labs to conduct computational mathematics research.
8 mathematics major students presented their research work in Undergraduate Mathematics Conference in Washington, April 21-22, 2012. Their work were supported by National Science Foundation grant on Computational Science Training for Undergraduates in the Mathematical Sciences (CSUMS).
Record high number of mathematics majors graduate from William and Mary in May 2012
First awarded in 2009, Plumeri Awards for Faculty Excellence have touched faculty and students in almost every corner of the campus, and now the College is announcing the 2012 honorees.
On Feb. 28, the Alpha of Virginia Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa presented awards recognizing the accomplishments of Allison Oldham '13 and Professors Robert Leventhal and Barbara Watkinson.
Ari Cukierman is the 2012 recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Prize in Natural Philosophy.
All actions in nature can be expressed numerically. That’s biomathematics in a very, very small nutshell. Kiah Hardcastle has her own way to describe the concept.
Associate Professor of History Andrew Fisher wins the 2011 Raft Debate in convincing fashion.
Walter Hickey ('12) and Bimal Parakkal (M.S. (COR) '11) placed second at the American Statistical Association's Section on Statistical Graphics 2011 Data Expo Competition. The students competed against a field of ten other teams in a poster competition held at the Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) in Miami Beach, Florida.
William & Mary mathematician Chi-Kwong Li has been awarded a Fulbright grant by the Council for International Exchange of Scholars.
Computer Science and Mathematics double major is admired for his tenacity in researching difficult problems.
Olivia Walch, a Math & Biophysics double major, has won the Washington Post's contest for "Next Great Cartoonist."
Academic year 2009-10 was a busy one for our department. Our curriculum grew substantially, the College's program review of our department was completed, we moved to new space in Jones Hall, we have a new department chair, and we dealt with the continuing budget shortfall using outside grants and gifts from our friends and former students.
Professor Larry Leemis has received the 2010 Plumeri Award for Excellence.
Dr. Sarah Day received an NSF Earlier Career Award: (DMS CAREER 0955604, Computational Dynamics and Topology), which is one of most prestigious awards in support of the early career-development activities of those teacher-scholars.
Andrew Wilcox and Virginia Forstall won first prize in the Poster Session, 2010 Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Francisco, CA. Patrick Steele won an Honorable distinction award in poster presentation, Data Expo competition, 2009 Joint Statistical Meetings, Washington, D.C.
Professor Chi-Kwong Li has been awarded a Fulbright grant by the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES) to visit Hong Kong in the spring and fall of 2011.
It's an impressive list - one that includes 20 individuals who are among the best and brightest faculty at the College of William and Mary. Now, they are also the inaugural recipients of the Plumeri Awards for Faculty Excellence.
Ashwin Rastogi '08 has won the prestigious Thomas Jefferson Prize in Natural Philosophy for 2008.
An $800,000 NSF grant by an interdisciplinary team of faculty will help bring computational mathematics into the undergraduate curricula.
Ashwin Rastogi, a junior math/physics major, has been named as one of 2007-08 Goldwater Scholars.
Kendra Letchworth, a senior physics and mathematics major at the College of William and Mary, has been named the recipient of the college’s 2007 Thomas Jefferson Prize in Natural Philosophy.
Vladimir Bolotnikov changes his classroom technique to match the abilities and background to students enrolled in each of the math classes he teaches.
Three William and Mary students, two of them Math majors, received Goldwater Scholarships in 2006.
When Sebastian Schreiber talks about his work, he uses quite a few references to rock lyrics.
Paul A. Smith, a senior mathematics major from Blacksburg, Va., is the recipient of the College's 2006 Thomas Jefferson Prize in Natural Philosophy.