In the News
Professionals and professional faculty "in the news":
Anne Arseneau to lead new Office of Student Leadership Development
Megan Shearin | April 26, 2013
For the past nine months, Anne Arseneau has been leading a charge on campus to examine a new philosophical approach with the goal of providing all students on campus meaningful opportunities for leadership development.
W&M Head Tennis Coach, Peter Daub, Reaches 500-Win Milestone
TribeAthletics.com | March 30, 2013
The William & Mary men's tennis team swept a CAA doubleheader and in the process head coach Peter Daub reached an incredible career milestone with his 500th win.
Cindy Glavas named director of Auxiliary Services
Eden Harris | March 19, 2013
Glavas reports directly to the vice president for administration and will work with departments across campus to ensure that auxiliary services provide outstanding customer service while maximizing business opportunities for the university that align with its strategic direction.
Kathleen DeLaurenti, arts librarian, sets up "blind dates"
Sierra Barnes '14 | February 14, 2013
Taking advantage of the library's vast audio collection, the blind date system, rather than pairing people with people, brings people together with new music.
2013 Creative Adaptation Awards announced
W&M Staff | February 5, 2013
The creative adaptation initiative followed an effort that looked at business innovation and efficiencies in all administrative areas of the university. Several professionals and professional faculty were investigators in the four award-winning proposals including Gene Roche, Robin Varney, Kathleen DeLaurenti and Stuart Hamilton.
Police Chief Don Challis to serve on governor's task force
Suzanne Seurattan | January 11, 2013
William & Mary Police Chief Don Challis has been tapped to serve on the governor's Task Force on School and Campus Safety. He and Sandra Ward, professor in the School of Education, will join a number educators, public safety experts, local leaders, mental health practitioners, legislators, parents and students from across the state on the task force.