Our undergraduates conduct research projects in Spain...in Spanish, of course.
Student playwrights take their plays and their companies to the New York theatre festival.
Optical illusions can be deceiving, but are we just fooling ourselves?
From the most visible spot on campus to ultra-secret sites deep in the woods, summer 2007 was a busy one for our intrepid shovelers.
They're Global Inquiry Groups: Interdisciplinary, international...and they incorporate research.
Global Film s-GIG stages the King Kong of all retrospectives at the Kimball Theatre.
The Omohundro Institute hosted a conference in Ghana which drew scholars from around the globe to discuss the history of efforts to end the Atlantic slave trade.
A new, comprehensive work profiles the lives and works of Aristotle, Socrates and other ancient men (and women) of science.
Two economists propose a better way to compare college graduation rates.
After a quarter century of designing theatre wardrobes, Patricia Wesp’s is one show that must go on.
The surprising depth of controversy about a new museum in Paris--plus joy, the Supreme Court and a rain-forest philosopher.
Two College of William and Mary professors were awarded Fulbright Scholar Program grants this fall to conduct research abroad.
William and Mary's School of Education has received a grant for $152,500 from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia to help fund middle school literacy efforts.
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and the Virginia Environmental Endowment support environmentally sensitive research projects.
George Greenia, known for his work in medieval studies and on the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage, received Spain's highest cultural achievement distinction for foreign nationals this fall.
Undergraduates are learning techniques for finding the solution to very, very complex problems.
Work of a William and Mary anthropologist is instrumental in developing the site.
Researchers observe disruption of normally faithful pairs of zebra finches.
We've passed the halfway point in the three-year construction process of Phase I and II of William and Mary's Integrated Science Center and progress is on track to meet the first important deadline - spring break.