This recurring feature highlights faculty members from William & Mary who are quoted in the national and international media.
This recurring feature highlights faculty members from William & Mary who are quoted in the national and international media.
This recurring feature highlights faculty members from William & Mary who are quoted in the national and international media.
The NOvA remote control facility was funded from Patricia Vahle’s CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation.
NASA Chief Scientist Ellen Stofan '83 searches the galaxy for life.
State policymakers can help make a difference in principals' success, report says.
William & Mary is the recipient of a nearly $50,000 grant from the Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation to support the Healthy Beginnings project.
The Diversity in Philosophy Discussion Group is exploring philosophy outside of the traditional canon.
Every year, the Alumni Association honors a select group of outstanding young faculty members.
Artist Kristen Peyton '12 turns an ugly wall into a work of literary art.
W&M's student-led Bosnia Project continues to have an impact 20 years after peace was brokered in the region.
The three W&M undergrads who entered the Jiangsu Cup brought home the top three awards.
In a series of lectures and performances at William & Mary last week, Pellerite demonstrated his vision for the Native American flute.
The freestanding camera obscura behind the Muscarelle is a partnership between photography, physics and architecture.
Marc Sher, Matt Allar and Barbette Spaeth are embracing significant changes to their physics, theatre and classical studies classes.
Ann Marie Stock, a professor of Hispanic studies and film and media studies at William & Mary, has been selected to receive funding totaling $14,000 to create a course that will bring student researchers to Cuba over spring break in 2016.
The William & Mary Committee on Sustainability has announced the fall 2015 Green Fee Awards.
Bill, professor emeritus of government and one of the world's top scholars on Iran, died on Saturday, Nov. 21.
Every year the Southern Economic Association holds meetings. The 85th annual meetings are in New Orleans, November 21-23. William and Mary is represented in 8 different sessions where presenters showcase original economic research.
William & Mary physicist Konstantinos Orginos has been named a Fellow of the American Physical Society.
The films West Side Story and Tokyo Tribe, the W&M Show Choir and a sing-along take place Friday night at the Kimball Theater.
The forum was one of five being held on campus this month by the Task Force on Race and Race Relations to get feedback from faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students on the university’s racial climate.
Andrew Zawacki and Allen Jih will read from their work Thursday night at 5 at Tucker Hall.
The work of five undergraduate students awarded Catron Scholarships will be on display Nov. 17 through Dec. 3.
Bob McKeown was a participant in two of five experiments that shared the 2016 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics.
The Department of Applied Science moves to the 113,000 square-foot, third phase of the Integrated Science Center (ISC3) in May 2016
Lizabeth Allison's lab studies nuclear transport — the biochemical processes that allow proteins to travel between the cell’s cytoplasm and the nucleus.
The Greater Williamsburg Area Park Prescriptions Program provides local healthcare providers with the tools and training to prescribe their patients time in local parks to promote physical and mental health.
Ntozake Shange participated in a number of discussions with students and faculty, visited classes and attended a staged reading of her work in Andrews Hall Friday night.
"Avenue Q" will hit the stage for a special two-weekend run starting Thursday, Nov. 12. The musical centers around a recent college graduate attempting to find his way in New York City.
A group of physicists has published a set of results that could offer an avenue for the discovery of new physics beyond the Standard Model.
Tim Brooks, who retired in 2007 as executive vice president of research for Lifetime Television, met this week with several groups of students and faculty at William & Mary.
Amy Sebring will begin her work at William & Mary in January 2016.
HGSA combines professional development with social interaction.
Chancellor Professor of Anthropology Barbara J. King captivates an overflow audience in delivering the recent Tack Faculty Lecture on “Wild Grief/Untamed Love."
Hispanic Studies Professor George Greenia has been awarded the Judith Krug Medal for service to PBK as a national organization.
Their "ratings" aren't what one might think.
Todd Thrash describes good chills, bad chills and the benefits of Halloween.
If you were able to make it or not, see if you recognize anyone from our Biology Homecoming Open House
Researchers work to establish a breeding population of red-cockaded woodpeckers within the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge.
The work of Physics Ph.D. candidate Matthew Burton and his advisor R.A. Lukaszew is featured in the Volume 31 Number 5 edition of Cold Facts, a periodical produced by the Cryogenic Society of America
Academic libraries nationwide are beginning to embrace the open access movement, an effort to provide unrestricted online access to research.
Fasil Alemente conjectured and proved a theorem that is included in “Characterizing the Resolute Part of Monotonic Social Choice Correspondences”, forthcoming in Economic Theory. Mr. Alemante made his contribution as an economics major at William and Mary. Drs. Don Campbell and Jerry Kelly are the paper’s co-authors.
Naiwen Tian '16 spent three weeks in Tibet last summer on a Concord Traveling Scholarship. It wasn't quite what she expected.
W&M philosophers and physicists look at "Back to the Future" in different ways, though both disciplines are stumped by the same paradoxes.
The future of higher education isn't as dire as some have made it out to be, according to William & Mary faculty members.
A set of recommendations on ways to advance nuclear physics research in the United States includes the significant development of programs at Jefferson Lab in Newport News, a facility where scores of William & Mary scientists conduct research.
Thomas Arthur Vaughn Professor of Economics Alfredo Pereira and Dr. Rui Pereira were instrumental in the design and implementation of green fiscal reform in Portugal. Based on their recommendations, a new tax on carbon dioxide, indexed to the price of carbon dioxide emissions in the European Union Emissions trading system was approved by Parliament, and enacted on January 1st, 2015 through Decree-Law n.o 82-D/2014.
Research conducted with Harvard and Heidelberg universities finds China does not favor authoritarian or corrupt regimes.
Swem Library recently obtained a collection of photography books from Kathleen Ewing, a prominent member of the D.C. and New York arts scene.
"CAFO Culture: Visualizing Virginia's Factory Farms" opens Friday in an off-campus exhibition focused on environmental degradation associated with factory farms.
Katie Lang '18 recently won two national championships in a U.S. dressage competition in North Carolina.
The program, which provides undergraduate students at William & Mary with mentoring and research opportunities, is marking its fifth anniversary this year.
New exhibition examining the importance of planes in painting runs Oct. 14 through Nov. 6.
Biologists from several agencies and organizations have come together to make preparations for a historic woodpecker translocation, a coordinated effort to move some red-cockaded woodpeckers to the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge.
Parents of a William & Mary student are supporting scholarships with a $1 million commitment to help ensure that students with exceptional ability have the means to attend the university.
Bettina Judd, visiting professor of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, has published a new book of poems giving voice to the forgotten women of medicine.
"Stain" is a collection of W&M Professor Brian Hulse's compositions performed largely by members of the William & Mary community
W&M professors are part of a collaboration that has begun to unravel the secret of the silkworm, an important first step in learning how to produce silks that are more alive than dead.
Scientist and author Barbara J. King will discuss the science of animal emotions at William & Mary’s Tack Faculty Lecture at 7 p.m. Oct. 28.
Muscarelle's add to family legacy of giving with gift to the art museum that bears the family's name.
Dressed in a giant onesie complete with bib and oversize bottle, Peter Vishton goo-gooed and gaa-gaaed his way to victory during William & Mary's annual Raft Debate.
Over a decade beginning in 2001, Center for Conservation Biology researchers deployed satellite transmitters on 61 young peregrine falcons to answer several questions about migratory strategy, winter destinations, the process of establishing breeding territories and the nature of the dispersal period.
An interdisciplinary team of William & Mary students have brought home one of the biggest prizes in synthetic biology, an honor that has been called the World Cup of Science.
The Raft Debate will be held at Phi Beta Kappa Hall Oct. 5 at 6:30 p.m.
Researchers from W&M are part of an effort to provide cellphones to Tanzanian businesswomen.
The William & Mary Athletic Department honored United States Women’s National Team coach and former women’s soccer player Jill Ellis ’88 with the Tribe Champion for Life award at halftime of the football game on Saturday night.
Prof. Molly Swetnam-Burland honored by the Alumni Association with 2015 Alumni Fellowship Award
Soccer coach Jill Ellis '88 discusses her journey from the campus of William & Mary to this year's World Cup victory.
Please take a peek at the line-up of amazing authors coming to speak for the Patrick Hayes Writer Series this Fall!
Scott Donaldson, biographer and W&M English professor emeritus, will speak Thursday afternoon on his latest book, "The Impossible Craft: Literary Biography," in an event free and open to the public.
Joe Mondoro was appointed chief financial officer (CFO) and director of the Department of Management and Budget (DMB) by the Board of Supervisors today at its meeting. He has been the acting CFO and director of DMB since April and prior to that was deputy director of DMB since 2004.
A new book on nanomagnetism, edited by Physics Professor Ale Lukaszew.
William & Mary alumnus Thomas A. Shannon ’80 has been nominated by President Barack Obama for the position of under secretary for political affairs for the U.S. Department of State, the White House announced Sept. 18.
This summer, William & Mary sent out Oliver Sacks' "Island of the Colorblind," its first common book, which emphasizes the value of the liberal arts.
Jacob Gunnarson '17 and another student, Alexandra Cramer '18, have been using the observatory to make photographs of the moon, planets and nebulae.
William & Mary alumna Beth Comstock '82 has been named one of this year’s "Most Powerful Women in Business" by Fortune.
Eric Jensen will begin his knew post Nov. 1. Jensen was at W&M for almost 30 yrs.
The American Psychology Association recently announced that Kathleen Slevin is the 2015 recipient of the Florence L. Denmark Award for Contributions to Women and Aging.
The Center for Conservation Biology recently recognized the work made by research associate Dana Bradshaw '81, M.S. '90, toward the recovery of an endangered bird population in Virginia.
Jonathan Scheerer, an associate professor of chemistry at William & Mary, studies alkaloids.
William & Mary student Mary McCulla ’16 spent the summer interning at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
An afternoon conference Saturday honors the work of Alan Goldman, William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Humanities and philosophy professor emeritus.
All are welcome-remember to check for venue location
Dawn Mansfield Arnall ’80, M.B.A. ’82, has donated more than $1 million to William & Mary to establish the Mansfield Professorship in honor of her family.
W&M Assistant Italian Studies Professor Monica Seger has published her first book, 'Landscapes in Between: Environmental Change in Modern Italian Literature and Film.'
John Oakley is touring Australia as the Visiting Professor of the Australian Archaeological Institute in Athens
Ben Kincaid '17 spent his summer as a lab aide in William & Mary’s Applied Research Center.
W&M graduate student Haitao Xu is part of a group working to limit — and hopefully eradicate — the practice of "brushing" on Taobao, the eBay-like subsidiary of Alibaba.
Learn about some of the arts-related events at William & Mary coming up in the fall semester.
Professors Donahue, Irby, and Swetnam-Burland have published books in 2015.
Two members of the William & Mary community were recognized for their commitment to service during yesterday's Opening Convocation ceremony in the Wren Yard.
Researchers examined photos in six popular, American magazines and found that Asian men and black women were underrepresented, potentially due to stereotypes that associate femininity with Asian people and masculinity with black people.
Collaborative program between W&M and Eastern Virginia Medical School is teaching that the stories behind the illness are important for good healthcare, too.
Birds "shout" to be heard over the noise produced by man-made activity, new research has shown.
Probably the most important foreign policy challenge that a country can face is deciding when to go to war.
The 2015 Tyler Symposium: The World beyond Slavery
August Butler, who is working on her doctoral dissertation in History, has taken an unpaid internship with a comedy club in Richmond.
Claire Gillespie '16, an English major with a marketing minor, is a web intern for the Poetry Foundation.
Forty students from Beijing Normal spent five weeks of summer school here taking a variety of courses. It was the first-ever collaboration of this type between the two universities.
Ariana Golay-Dubnansky '15 began her studies at William & Mary in 1999 and finished them up this summer with an archaeological field school internship at the site of an Indian village visited by John Smith.
Fermilab presented an analysis of the first results from its NOvA neutrino experiment on Aug. 7 and physicists from William & Mary were heavily involved.
William & Mary alumnus Bill Mims ’79, current Virginia Supreme Court Justice and former Virginia attorney general, senator and delegate, will speak at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 26, at the university’s annual opening convocation ceremony welcoming students for the academic school year.
Debate over sanctuary policies following the killing of a San Francisco woman by an undocumented immigrant has raised questions about deportation practices in the United States - piece by LAS major, Sarah Caspari;
The newest members of the William & Mary student body are getting ready to make their mark on the alma mater of the nation.
American Studies graduate student Matt Anthony is interning at the North American Breeding Bird Survey at the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, and using the work to launch his studies of citizen-science.
A group of William & Mary student geologists have been working to rewrite the geological history of a portion of central Virginia.
A summer archaeological field school conducted by Professor of Anthropology Martin Gallivan explored Kiskiack, the site of an Indian town that was once part of the chiefdom of Powhatan, the father of Pocahontas.
Program adds international development and policy curriculum.
The W&M alumna works as counsel for an animal advocacy organization and serves as executive director for Four Feet Forward, an organization that strives to prevent animal abuse and neglect.
Eliot Dudik's week as the photo ambassador for Virginia on the Photography web journal, Lenscratch, for their ongoing "The States Project". His work is also featured in the Smithsonian Magazine.
They've been assigned to departments within USAID bureaus in Washington, D.C.
A graduate student, assisted by an undergrad, are examining how vegetation affects diamondback terrapin nesting on Fisherman Island.
In a review published in the journal Trends in Ecology and Evolution, an international group of ecologists and evolutionary biologists outlined the ways in which evolutionary responses to human-produced lights and noise might be measured and how researchers might separate evolutionary changes from changes in behavior that are not long-lasting.
The first cohort of students in the St Andrews William & Mary Joint Degree Programme graduated in May and June ceremonies at both universities.
The Center for Conservation Biology has expanded its Virginia Bald Eagle Nest Locator, an online platform launched in 2009, adding geospatial data on additional bird species as well as added functionality.
Alumni, current students and local dance professionals are part of the Leah Glenn Dance Theatre.
W&M's TRIP and University of Wisconsin's WIPPO polls are a step forward in studying how — and perhaps why — expert and public opinion on international politics and policy issues differs.
Congratulations to Prof. John Lee, Best in Show Winner 2015, The Charles Taylor Art Center, Hampton, VA. His First Place Award was part of the "Artists Who Teach" Exhibition.
Tribe running back takes to the sidelines – the basketball sidelines – to serve as the face of Tribe broadcasting.
Research conducted in efforts to protect Monarch Butterflies, by Biology Dept. Assistant Professors Harmony Dalgleish and Joshua Puzey
With a National Endowment for the Humanities and Center for Craft, Creativity and Design grants in hand, Associate Professor of Hispanic studies Regina Root is continuing research on what is known as the “Tillett Tapestry,” an embroidery chronicling the conquest of the Aztecs.
Carli Lloyd's three goals help give coach Jill Ellis' team its first title since 1999.
David '06 and Rose Hess Lawrence '06 own and operate Red Bread, an organic kitchen and grocer that serves the Los Angeles area.
Undergraduate holds first author title on recent paper describing the thriving viral community in Lake Matoaka.
The James River continues to be one of the best barometers of bald eagle recovery within the Chesapeake Bay and likely the nation.
Center for the Liberal Arts paves the way for new general education curriculum rolling out in August.
The fellows will spend four weeks in Charlottesville to learn about innovative leadership, good governance, and social entrepreneurism before coming to W&M and for the final two weeks of the program. In Williamsburg, the program will focus on approaches to development with a focus on community participation and transparency.
Recent William & Mary graduate Sam Pressler ’15 has been awarded a highly competitive Echoing Green Fellowship, the global nonprofit organization announced today.
W&M English professors chime in with some of the books they think will make your summer more enjoyable.
Who is the mysterious author or authors of the copious annotations, edits and sometimes very strange markings that appear throughout the text of Swem Library's first-edition copy of Isaac Newton’s "Principia"?
William & Mary researchers found that young adults who eat more fermented foods have fewer social anxiety symptoms, with the effect being greatest among those at genetic risk for social anxiety disorder as measured by neuroticism.
Amanda Murray '03 uses a popular Chinese dish as a platform for cultural exploration in her documentary, "The Search for General Tso."
These mega-author collaborations are becoming more common in science.
Gerard Chouin hopes to find evidence to support his belief that the bubonic plague was as destructive a force in urban Africa as it was in the cities of Europe.
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe recently announced 38 Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund (CRCF) awards totaling more than $2.8 million to fund targeted areas of promising research and commercialization, including advanced manufacturing, cybersecurity and energy and life sciences.
The Virginia Shakespeare Festival has announced its 37th season, featuring two of Shakespeare's most beloved plays, "All's Well That Ends Well" and "Antony and Cleopatra."
Since the club's inception in 2014, members of the William & Mary Robotics Club have been coming up with interesting challenges in the field of robotics.
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is now offering periodic yoga classes on the first floor.
The birds have lost a great friend. Ruth Beck, Emeritus Professor of Biology at William & Mary, passed away suddenly last week at 72.
Several apples have begun growing on the university's Newton trees.
Two professors and nine undergraduate students immersed themselves in field research at the United States-Mexico border, bringing global lessons back to campus and the Williamsburg community.
Art History Professor Cristina Stancioiu will study portraiture in remote areas of Crete and Rhodes, thanks to a Franklin Research Grant.
On Sunday May 17, the Class of 2015 graduation ceremony enjoyed great weather and another year with increased numbers of participants
The following awards were presented during Commencement ceremonies on May 16, 2015.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Chancellor Robert Gates and President Taylor Reveley extol them to devote at least part of their lives to service.
Jenna Kay Carlson created a poster that was awarded the top student poster at the 2015 conference of the Society of American Archaeology.
Leslie Walden '15 asked his high school principal, Lynn Briley '71, to participate in Friday's Donning of the Kente ceremony. Briley was one of W&M's first residential African-American students.
Congratulations to the 2015 Physics Graduates
Two William & Mary sophomores were awarded the Hollings Scholarship, one of the programs offered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Brig. Gen. (promotable) Edward M. Daly, deputy chief of staff for U.S. Army Materiel Command, will speak at the event.
Anuraag Sensharma '15 was selected as this year's student speaker for Commencement.
Associate Professor of English Richard Lowry's new book examines the 16th president and the man whose photos helped make him an American icon.
Eric Bradley is this year’s recipient of William & Mary’s Shirley Aceto Award.
Two physicists are inviting their colleagues from across the university to investigate the possibilities of the Small Hall Makerspace May 18 to May 22.
The social media campaign sought to share the many stories and experiences of Asian American students at William & Mary.
Alexandra Finley and Christopher Jones, W&M Ph.D. candidates in history, will receive funding to live in Philadelphia and complete their dissertation at the McNeil Center for Early American Studies.
Aura Curiatlas Physical Theatre will have its Williamsburg premiere May 9.
The sounds of the 18th century filled the Wren Chapel last week as a group of graduate students from Temple University joined with William & Mary students for a harpsichord master class.
William & Mary's Committee on Sustainability has announced its Spring 2015 Green Fee Awards.
Mary Seward won First Place in the graduate student competition and Melissa Hey '15 received Honorable Mention in the undergraduate competition.
Consulting at Eastern State Hospital allowed W&M Psychology Professor Glenn Shean to "observe, listen, learn and conduct research" on schizophrenia.
The reading will be followed by a discussion moderated by a representative from Bring Change 2 Mind, a nonprofit organization started by W&M alumna Glenn Close '74 to combat stigma and discrimination around mental illness.
William & Mary paleontologist Rowan Lockwood is a member of a group that has examined 23 million years of the fossil record of marine organisms and mapped out a set of extinction patterns in a pre-human world.
William & Mary students participate in crowdsource mapping to provide data to the relief effort underway following a devastating earthquake in Nepal.
Robert LaRose '16 recently created his own arrangement of the beloved tune.
Wednesday April 29th Manuela Rayner of the National Geospatial Association debriefs students on DC life and the professional GIS world
Stottlemyer, who was appointed to the Board in 2011, has served as rector since July 2013. H. Thomas Watkins III '74 was elected vice rector and Sue H. Gerdelman '76 was elected secretary.
Music Professor Katherine K. Preston presented the Tack Faculty Lecture this week, reminding of a time when opera was as American as apple pie – and Americans ate it up.
Lecture honors Dr. Sutlive at the same time as serving as a model for one way of approaching COLL 300.
Alli Neff has won the William and Mary Chapter of the NAACP faculty award
Elizabeth Pelletier, a Public Policy major and 2014 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of William & Mary, has received the Best Undergraduate Poster Award for her poster presented at the 2014 annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA).
Two of our PhD alumni (Collin McMillan and Ningfang Mi) received NSF CAREER awards in 2015.
Peyton Smith '16 recently took top honors for her essay 'Heron's Hymn' in the Virginia Outdoor Writers Association competition.
Diane Dudley, Music Library assistant, earns plaudits throughout campus for her devotion to meeting the needs and wants of her patrons.
Jenna Carlson wins best Student Poster Presentation at 2015 SAA!
Students, alumnus, and keynote speaker present their research at the annual Neuroscience event.
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.
Students in "Arabs in America/Arabs in America" use blog assignment to explore current events through lens of class materials.
Sophomores Joel Carver and Haley Outlaw serve as co-chairs of the W&M Neurodiversity Student Group, a part of the university's neurodiversity initiative.
The award of $30,000 must be applied to defray the cost of graduate school.
Twenty William & Mary professors are being honored this year with the university's prestigious Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence.
Medicaid Health Plans of America Flexes Its Policy Chops, Hires Medicaid Expert Ashley Gray (MPP'14)
Guest Lecture: An Integrated Approach for Tropical Forest Monitoring
Art and biology student Zoë Powell '16 is one of 10 undergraduates to be awarded a Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellowship.
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.
The appeal of Professor Ken Kambis and Colorado alumni is rejected.
It’s not every day that William and Mary undergraduates get an opportunity to chat about their research with a Noble Laureate, but that is exactly what happened at Princeton last weekend during the Mid-Atlantic Developmental Biology meeting
Braxton, Frances L. and Edwin L. Cummings Professor of English and Africana Studies and director of the Middle Passage Project, served as the lone consultant on the Postal Service's commemorative stamp.
Andy Fisher helps flesh out actor Tony Goldwyn's ancestry on "Who do You Think You Are?" Sunday night at 10.
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.
Katherine Preston will speak on "An American Prima Donna and Apple-Pie Opera," April 22 at 7 p.m. in the Kimball Theatre.
Area middle school and high school students participated annual national mathematics competitions in William and Mary
Today, March 31, marks the anniversary of Descartes' birth in 1596. William & Mary philosophy professors reflect on the man, his legacy and his relevancy.
Larry Leemis has been preparing a record number of students for success in the actuarial science field.
Matthew Burton, a graduate student in the William & Mary Department of Physics, is part of the effort to make a better accelerator.
Grayson Kilgo '17 has been offered a competitive spot with Hyannis Sound, a nationally-acclaimed professional a cappella group, for the 2015 summer season.
William & Mary’s 14th annual Graduate Research Symposium brought graduate students in Arts and Sciences together with their counterparts from 16 other colleges and universities to share progress on their research projects.
Organizers of William & Mary’s third annual TEDx event are preparing to take audience members “beyond” this year.
Eve Bourbeau-Allard captures the Market Access International Corporate Award as part of the College of Arts & Sciences Graduate Research Symposium.
Vitek Jirinec's work on wood thrushes and their microhabitat was recognized at the College of Arts & Sciences Graduate Research Symposium.
The Presidential Precinct offered two William & Mary in Washington students the chance to promote and handle social media for "Magna Carta 2015," which featured a visit from Prince Charles.
The project captures the Best Practices in International Education Award for Student Philanthropy. The project will now be housed at ITPIR
Four members of the W&M community will have key roles in a day-long global issues forum highlighted by a discussion with Britain's Prince Charles.
The second annual Boswell Symposium at William & Mary will focus on the issues and experiences of LGBTQA youth.
The Distinguished Lecture Series will kick off with March 19 with the appearance of acclaimed photographer Duane Michals.
The Graduate Research Symposium will be held at the Sadler Center March 20-21, 2015.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology Ali Colleen Neff is teaching the AFST 306 class on basic Wolof, a language seen predominantly in the African countries of Senegal, Mauritania and Gambia.
Four senior Art & Art History students are getting a crash course in photography even as the program continues to develop.
It is our pleasure to announce our 2015 award winners for Phi Beta Kappa Award for the Advancement of Scholarship, Plumeri Awards for Faculty Excellence, and Chancellor professorship.
Allen and Leu promoted with tenure!
Kristin Hopkins '15 choreographed "Crowns."
Photographer Josh Jalbert's work, which emphasizes language and landscape, will be exhibited in the Andrews Gallery beginning Monday, March 2.
Nicole J. Georges and A.K. Summers, both authors of graphic novel memoirs, will give a free talk Tuesday with the Braithwaite Lecture.
Sneak Preview of The Hunting Ground will be the Friday Marquee of the 2015 festival.
William & Mary alumna Jen Psaki ’00 has been selected as the next White House communications director, several national news outlets reported Thursday.
William & Mary is one of the top producers of Peace Corps volunteers in the country, according to a ranking released today by the organization.
Five local premieres, sneak preview from Sundance, special guests, film competitions and more highlight 2015 event.
Peter Neufeld ’58 passed away Jan. 27 in Englewood, N.J., after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. Neufeld was a successful Broadway company manager, general manager and producer for more than 20 years.
For the first time since 2006 when the rankings began, William and Mary has made the list of Top 25 U.S. Undergraduate Institutions to Study International Relations, coming in at 18th. This ranking makes William and Mary the top choice in Virginia for the study of international relations and the number two institution without an international relations Ph.D. program.
Cast members, writers and producers of AMC's Revolutionary War drama TURN: Washington's Spies appeared with W&M scholars to talk about differences in how history is recounted.
Their experts will work with the University of Maryland's Center for International Development to measure the impact of foreign aid on intrastate conflict in seven countries.
Barbara J. King spoke at a recent Capitol Hill briefing, part of a panel seeking an ethics-based review of ongoing psychological research at a National Institutes of Health laboratory that uses monkeys in experiments.
Marley Brown of the Anthropology Department was recently feted at a symposium held in his honor at the annual Society for Historical Archaeology Conference in Seattle.
Singers from William & Mary's choral program traveled to Richmond to take part in a concert with the Richmond Symphony Orchestra in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
W&M News talks with Assistant Professor of Economics Nicholas Sanders about his new study and how a team's participation in the Super Bowl can lead greater transmission of flu among their fans.
Actor Jamie Bell, star of AMC's TURN: Washington's Spies, will join a discussion on television, history and revolution in a public event Feb. 3.
During a 37-year career, David Aday has epitomized the principles of the Jefferson Award with his significant service and leadership.
William & Mary chemist William McNamara and his students are working on creating cleaner, more efficient and more cost-effective ways to harvest energy by mimicking the way plants use sunlight to create their own energy.
The William & Mary Healthy Beginnings Project has received a $12,000, one-year grant from the March of Dimes to offer Baby Basics Moms Clubs to pregnant, incarcerated women.
For the fourth consecutive breeding season, the Center for Conservation Biology is collaborating with the Center for the Study and Conservation of Birds of Prey of Argentina to investigate post-fledging dependency, dispersal and survival in the crowned solitary eagle.
Hispanic Studies Professor John Riofrio will be awarded William & Mary's 2015 Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award on Charter Day. The award recognizes inspirational teachers among younger faculty members.
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.
Public forum on campus features former president of Public Citizen Joan Claybrook, whose talk highlights the upcoming W&M in Washington program.
Sophomore Heein Choi will reflect on W&M's royal charter at the 2015 Charter Day Ceremony.
Kinesiology and Health Sciences Professor Ken Kambis and Colorado resident Marilyn Brown are leading the charge to have a mountain named for the university.
2014 was one of the most memorable and successful conservation leaps for the Virginia red-cockaded woodpecker population in recent history
Prof. Lily Panoussi and two W&M students participated in a symposium on Women in Antiquity at Randoph-Macon College
Four senior Classical Studies students presented papers on their research at the latest meeting of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South - Southern Section
A paper authored by recent William and Mary Ph.D. recipient, Zachary Brown, was singled out out in the prestigious journal, Physical Review D.
"Television, History and Revolution" will be a discussion with the producers and cast from AMC's "TURN: Washington's Spies" and William & Mary professors.
The Sinfonicron Light Opera Company is celebrating its 50th anniversary season.
Traveling to Liberia this fall, public health advocate Patrick Flaherty ’92 marshalled his expertise and training to take on a deadly adversary – the Ebola virus.
The English Department’s Creative Writing Program is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2014 David C. Jenkins Memorial Scholarship in creative writing.
The College of William and Mary is expanding its partnership with Eastern Virginia Medical School with a new Early Assurance Program (EAP) for the EVMS Physician’s Assistant program. Students receive prerequisite credits towards their application to EVMS from courses they have taken at the College.
A physics undergraduate at William & Mary has been selected for a research assistantship at the U.S. Department of Energy's Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility, or Jefferson Lab.
The sophomore from Connecticut took off last semester to compete in World Championship races -- and held her own against more experienced competition.
A team of biologists at William & Mary has begun a long-term experiment to determine what is behind the degradation of the College Woods ecosystem.
Charity Hudley's new article in Slate Magazine discusses how English variation is not related to intelligence!
A summary of field-work courses offered by visiting professor Linda Lanz.