Jack Boyle has been using the web to mine millions of century-old botany records to track abundance patterns of milkweed in America. His hope is to solve the puzzle of how innovations in agriculture have affected the natural habitat for monarch butterflies.
After 14-plus years as the university's associate vice president for government relations, Fran Bradford is joining Governor-elect Ralph Northam's secretariat, with an emphasis on higher education.
Six of the seven Indian tribes of eastern Virginia are one signature away from full federal recognition, after the U.S. Senate approved H.R. 984.
Buddy, the worm, died in December, 2012, shortly after Jon Allen peered into his bathroom mirror and fished the nematode out of his cheek. The worm may be no more, but Buddy, the legend, lives on in social media.
William & Mary’s 2017 President’s Report is now available online, offering all members and friends of the university a review of the last calendar year at the Alma Mater of the Nation.
Bryan Watts, the director of the Center for Conservation Biology, has dedicated much of his professional life to keeping birds safe. Now, he’s worried that a new federal interpretation of a century-old law will result in the deaths of millions of birds.
William & Mary Law School’s Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic has received a $50,000 grant from the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation to help expand the reach and impact of its Military Mondays program.
Stuart Flanagan, professor emeritus, believes education can improve both individual lives and society at large.
The graduate wing of Alan B. Miller Hall is now officially the Edward T. Tokar Graduate Wing.
With the smell of hot apple cider in the air and the warmth of wood-burning cressets all around, crowds of William & Mary students, alumni and faculty packed into the Wren Courtyard for the annual Yule Log ceremony.
William & Mary is the only law school in Virginia to receive a 2018 Military Friendly School designation, and is ranked first among law schools receiving the 2018 designation.
W&M Professor and Director of Creative Writing Nancy Schoenberger's latest book is titled “Wayne and Ford: The Films, the Friendships and the Forging of an American Hero.”
It has been a remarkable fundraising year for William & Mary. The university continues its strong trek forward with two and a half years remaining until For the Bold concludes.