William & Mary is more committed to undergraduate teaching than any other public university or college in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report.
The U.S. Senate confirmed William & Mary alumnus James B. Comey '82 today as the next director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Famed scholar, founder of religious studies, and first dean of undergraduate studies at the College, died Sunday at age 81.
UN Goodwill Ambassador and Junoon lead singer, Salman Ahmad, educates students about the world of international service and global wellness projects.
John Morreall's new book 'Comic Relief' fights back against those who have stigmatized humor.
When the weight of teaching about the Holocaust begins to wear him down, Marc Raphael, it is said, retires to Major League Baseball box scores.
"Humor promotes creative thinking, mental flexibility, the ability to cope with change...it helps us get along with each other."
Maureen Fitzgerald has had published her study of the Irish Catholic Sisters and their contributions to charitable care in New York City.
Holmes speaks about his latest work, Faith of the Founding Fathers, at the Williamsburg Regional Library.
Ask John Bell about his accomplishments at William & Mary, and you'll receive a humble shrug.
In June 2007 Chrystie Flournoy Swiney, '02, obtained her master's degree in Modern Middle Eastern Studies from Oxford University.
Jeree Harris is the epitome of what every student aspires to be: intelligent, relaxed, upbeat, dedicated, and modest.
Internship abroad became the basis for an Honors Thesis.
W&M Alum and former Deputy Attorney General featured in the Washington Post.
2002 graduate working for the State Department at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad.
Senior presents Islamic research through both radio and television.
Barbara was in the first group of majors in the department in 1975.