Bill, professor emeritus of government and one of the world's top scholars on Iran, died on Saturday, Nov. 21.
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.
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.
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.
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.