W&M Law School announces 2011 Anderson Scholars.
Business, law and government faculty shared their views on the state of the economy for the fourth annual Economy Forum. All five professors agreed the recovery will take more time.
Jefferson Program announces new board members.
A grant will allow researchers from the Schroeder Center for Health Policy to study the impact of Medicare’s Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) on health services.
The Association of Governing Boards announced today that Jeffrey B. Trammell ’73 has been appointed to its Council of Board Chairs.
After two successful hiring seasons, William & Mary Law School welcomed four new full-time professors to its ranks in 2010 and 2011. Sarah L. Stafford joined the law school as the Paul R. Verkuil Distinguished Professor of Public Policy, Economics and Law, a joint appointment between the Law School and the Department of Economics.
William & Mary's Schroeder Center for Health Policy receives grant to study medicare payment systems.
Program announcement on new departmental board members.
On April 28, the Thomas Jefferson Public Policy Program welcomed E.J. Dionne to speak at its seventh annual alumni event in the W&M Washington Office.
Twenty exceptional William & Mary faculty members have received prestigious Plumeri Awards for Faculty Excellence this year.
The William & Mary Board of Visitors recently appointed several faculty members to distinguished and designated professorships during the board's April meeting in Williamsburg.
The William & Mary Board of Visitors today unanimously elected alumnus Jeffrey B. Trammell '73 as the College’s next rector.
“Our students come here looking for opportunities to discover new things and to work closely with faculty and share ideas. The SHIP project helps give them that,” says Professor Mellor.
A compromise between Democrats and Republicans would help avert the confrontation looming over the budget. In the current atmosphere, however, compromise is seen as a sell-out, not a crucial element of governing. Tea Party adherents admire Ronald Reagan and scorn compromise, but Reagan understood the need for compromise.
In his new book "Collision Course: Federal Education Policy Meets State and Local Realities," Paul Manna details the successes and failures of No Child Left Behind.
William & Mary lost a great friend and mentor, Lee Rawls.
The Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy announced new board members in November.
Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine spoke with students in the Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy Nov. 15.
For the majority of Americans, higher education is more affordable today than it was a decade ago, according to Robert Archibald and David Feldman, professors of economics and public policy at William & Mary.
What happens when federal officials try to accomplish goals that depend on the resources and efforts of state and local governments?
Founder, Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis
President, Richmond Tea Party
It's the first national title for '03 alum and volunteer assistant coach of Tribe track and field.
L. Clifford Schroeder, Sr. HON '08, Edward L. Flippen M.B.A. '67, J.D. '74, and Laura L. Flippin '92 have been appointed to William & Mary's Board of Visitors, Gov. Robert F. McDonnell announced Thursday. Additionally, Charles A. Banks III HON '05 has been reappointed to a second term on the College's governing body.
That's one finding in a new study by the Schroeder Center for Health Policy at the College of William & Mary.
A study conducted by the Schroeder Center for Health Policy shows a direct correlation between childhood obesity and the proximity of a child's home to fast food restaurants.
Professor Jennifer Mellor has won a 2010 Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence.
Every year, the Economics Department gives out the Robert A. Barry award for the Outstanding Graduating Senior.
Alan Meese '86, Ball Professor of Law, and Sarah Stafford, the Paul Verkuil Associate Professor of Public Policy and Economics, co-taught two courses during the fall 2009 semester.
Lou Rossiter is a research professor at the Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy at the College of William & Mary. He is former Secretary of Health and Human Resources for Virginia and has written a book on Medicare reform.