This recurring feature highlights faculty members from William & Mary who are quoted in the media.
On Nov. 17, faculty from the William & Mary Department of Government participated in a panel discussion about the election.
William & Mary’s Muscarelle Museum of Art will soon expand significantly as it becomes part of a new, multimillion-dollar, state-of-the-art Center for the Visual Arts.
In W&M Professor Christopher DeLaurenti’s computer music class, students used hand-built analog synthesizers to create a chorus of unique noise.
Visiting Assistant Professor Eliot Dudik, who founded the photography program within the department of art and art history at W&M, photographed a Medal of Honor winner for a Veterans Day story in Vanity Fair.
Work is underway to restore the Crim Dell area with native plants.
William & Mary alumna Stephanie Murphy ’00 has become the first Vietnamese-American woman elected to Congress, according to an NBC News article.
This survey from Ohio is the last in a series of battleground state voter polling by TargetSmart and William & Mary.
Fifteen students in Professor of Hispanic studies Francie Cate-Arries translation course just subtitled a documentary on the murderous first three days of Gen. Francisco Franco's 40-year dictatorship.
Forty local kids learned the ins and outs of filmmaking in Swem Library on Oct. 22–23. Their self-made films will be screened at the Kimball Theatre Nov. 6.
This fall marks the first semester during which students in the fledgling photography program have their own darkroom and photo classroom.
W&M junior Bezi Yohannes began writing “Secrets of Meynch,” a coming-of-age fantasy adventure story for young adults, at only 11 years old.
The research, conducted by W&M Professor Jennifer Mellor and Molly Smith ’16, was born from W&M’s collaborative summer research program with EVMS.
A survey of voters in the battleground state of Florida showed among registered Republicans who were early voters in the state that 28 percent had voted for Hillary Clinton.
Associate Professor of German Studies Bruce Campbell enlightened his audience on why, years after World War II, authors of detective pulp fiction remain stranded at the intersection of Nazi memory and literature.
New venue, old friends as Biology Department alumni return for a wonderful reunion.
WMSURE’s Autumn Blast Research, a day-long seminar designed to teach current high school students about W&M’s unique undergraduate research opportunities, took place Oct. 23.
Faculty discuss the results of a poll among fellow International Relations scholars on their expectations for U.S. foreign policy under either a Trump or Clinton presidency.
A W&M assistant professor of psychology and undergraduate student are conducting a study that aims to find out why some people are more likely to develop fears through observation.
This recurring feature highlights faculty members from William & Mary who are quoted in the media.
A new lecture series on a recent trend.
A Q&A with Martin Gallivan on "The Powhatan Landscape: An Archaeological History of the Algonquian Chesapeake"
Brianna Little '17 wins $3,500 prize to be used to have her work published.
W&M Government Professor Paul Manna’s self-made online game features trivia on American presidents and America’s favorite pastime.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe spoke to representatives from 14 institutions of higher education in Virginia who gathered at W&M Oct. 17-18 for the Commonwealth Data Analytics and Humanities Summit.
If the known flavors of neutrinos — tau, electron & muon — aren't crazy enough for you, there's the sterile neutrino. Or maybe there isn't.
Every year, the William & Mary Alumni Association honors a select group of outstanding young faculty members.
The Department of Theatre, Speech & Dance at William & Mary has decided to suspend operations of the main performance season of the Virginia Shakespeare Festival for the coming three years.
The Tom W. Bonner Prize, awarded each year by the American Physical Society, is among the top honors a nuclear physicist can receive. The 2017 Bonner Prize goes to a physicist who has been at William & Mary since 1966.
A polling partnership between TargetSmart and William & Mary is producing voter surveys in battleground states leading up to the November Presidential Election.
The Neuroscience Program is proud of the 2016 Excellence in Neuroscience Award winners
The first installment of a new monthly feature, "Faculty Spotlight," which focuses on the fabulous faculty of Classical Studies!
The Vinyl Institute honored William H. Starnes with the Roy T. Gottesman Leadership Award at the vinyl industry annual meeting recently in Washington, D.C.
Representing the humanities, Prokhorova, a Russian studies and film and media studies associate professor, defeated Marcus Holmes (government), Rowan Lockwood (geology) and Ryan Vinroot (mathematics).
The manuscript is the same kind of Quran the first Muslims in America — enslaved West Africans — would have used.
On September 30, the Linguistics Program welcomed members of the Language Conservancy to campus to show their film Rising Voices.
Next week, alumni from around the globe will return to William & Mary to celebrate and reconnect with classmates and their alma mater.
Associate Professor of Philosophy Christopher Freiman is featured on the AEON magazine website, writing about the root of wrongdoing.
Sravan Yeluru '17 and former student Ryan Metzger have developed a mobile app that connects students not through parties and clubs, but through academics.
On Oct. 27, 7 p.m. in Commonwealth Auditorium, Bruce Campbell, associate professor of German studies, examines German pulp fiction in the Tack fall lecture "The Detective is [not] a Nazi."
William & Mary junior and Quapaw tribal member Mackenzie Neal is in Washington, D.C., this week as one of about 100 youth delegates chosen to participate in the Eighth Annual White House Tribal Nations Conference and White House Tribal Youth Gathering.
Reflecting on John McGlennon's decade as Department Chair.
Professor John Parman won the Larry Neal Prize for best article in Explorations in Economic History, and Professor Brian Beach won the Cole Prize for the best article in the Journal of Economic History.
The results of the first survey conducted through William & Mary’s polling partnership with TargetSmart are out today, and they show Hillary Clinton with a three-point lead over Donald Trump among likely voters in Ohio
Homecoming Events planned for Oct 13-16. Good-bye Millington, Hello ISC!
William & Mary Associate Professor Michael Luchs has ingeniously integrated the COLL Curriculum 300 theme of 'well-being' into his class in the Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
Vice Provost for Research Dennis Manos and two faculty members updated William & Mary’s Board of Visitors on progress on its initiative in engineering and design.
ISC 3 came on line for the beginning of the semester and was dedicated at a Sept. 22 ceremony held in conjunction with the fall meeting of the university’s Board of Visitors.
The annual Raft Debate will be held at the Phi Beta Kappa Hall on Oct. 3.
A VIMS marine biologist and W&M undergraduate students collaborate on the Eastern Shore to uncover the secrets behind shark behavior
Theatre Professor Matthew Allar, recent graduate Joseph Biagini and alumna Amy Altadonna – unbeknownst to one another – all ended up in Juneau, Alaska, this August, working on the same play, "Peter and the Starcatcher."
Senior Melissa Commander traveled to Cuba with her grandmother in July after winning the Concord Traveling Scholarship. She wrote about, and presented, that experience at Ewell Hall on Sept. 19.
Professor Ann Marie Stock has been named the inaugural William & Mary Libraries Faculty Scholar.
William & Mary professors working with data firm to produce election surveys in key battleground states.
Brandon Buncher has been awarded a Leadership Scholarship by the Society of Physics Students (SPS). These awards recognize a student's leadership role in their institution's chapter society and encourage the study of physics and the pursuit of scholarship.
All events to be held in the Tucker Theater on the William & Mary Campus. All events are free and open to the public. The Writers Series is made possible by a generous bequest from the late Patrick Hayes, longtime friend of the College. For further information, contact Prof. Chelsey Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether visual art, theatre, dance, music or literature, the new semester brings with it a vast array of opportunities for people to enjoy the arts at William & Mary.
Q&A with Kate Harrigan
Philosophy Professor Paul Davies and Associate Professor Matthew Haug both call on neuroscience and social science in their arguments. Now they are hoping to team up.
It has been 15 years since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, a day that forever changed this country.
Sora Edwards-Thro was featured in Stamps Scholars for her use of technology to promote literacy in Haiti.
Yes. We know the stone isn’t very pretty. But we want to find where it came from so we can buy a bunch more. Why? History.
The third-year program, aimed at all first-year students, seeks to give them a year-long launch pad to a successful college experience.
A sampling of the changes that have taken place since last year.
William & Mary students taking classes in economics, government, international relations and public policy this fall will enjoy updated classrooms and new technology in the newly renovated John Tyler Hall.
Professor McHenry discusses the wage gap between black and white physicians
The department welcomes 7 new faculty members for the 2016-2017 academic year!
Virginia Foundation for the Humanities (VFH) announces AFST alumni Justin G. Reid as the new director of African American Programs.