Three faculty members have been recognized with the Arts & Sciences award for teaching excellence.
Dan Cristol wrote an article the New York Times headlined “Why Bambi Must Go”, published in the Op-Ed section on 18 May, 2012. The article reflects Cristol’s passion for bird conservation, and highlights the effects that burgeoning deer populations have on decimating plant communities that support bird populations.
Andrew Bouland '12 will enter medical school in a few weeks with a published scientific paper under his belt.
Biology professor Martha Case has spent her career researching this delicate, quirky orchid.
America needs more good, seasoned K-12 STEM teachers—a set of professionals who not only understand science and math, but who also know how to make other people understand science and math.
Dr. Greg Capelli honored in naming of "Capelli Cove" -- an arm of Lake Matoaka -- by the Board of Visitors
Every summer since 1999, a number of high school biology teachers gather in the labs and classrooms of William & Mary’s Integrated Science Center to work with and discuss the latest advances in research with the College's biologists.
Provost says new lecture series is designed to "celebrate the intellectual life of the College by showcasing the excellence of William & Mary faculty."
First awarded in 2009, Plumeri Awards for Faculty Excellence have touched faculty and students in almost every corner of the campus, and now the College is announcing the 2012 honorees.
Collaborative work with evolutionary biologist on sex ratios in nematodes highlighted
Three biology students win awards at the 2012 W&M Graduate Research Symposium.
Live music, door prizes, and snacks amid Millington Greenhouse's tropical plants.
When Molly McDonough presented her research at William and Mary’s annual Neuroscience Symposium in November, the opportunity was both an honor and a celebration of why she came to the College.
William & Mary molecular biologist Lizabeth Allison has received a grant of more than $1 million from the National Science Foundation.
New venues and intriguing topics in store for the upcoming semester. UPDATED 1/16/12
For the 2011 Homecoming Weekend, alumni reunited at a reception in the greenhouse, and attended a seminar given by Alissa Armstrong '04.
An open-house at Millington Greenhouse was a big success for Parents Weekend
The votes are in and Kevin Byrne ’00 has been chosen as the winner of Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry "Month at the Museum 2" contest.
All actions in nature can be expressed numerically. That’s biomathematics in a very, very small nutshell. Kiah Hardcastle has her own way to describe the concept.
Kevin Byrne ’00 is one of six finalists for the Month at the Museum 2 contest. The winner will be decided by a public, online vote.
W&M alumnus Dr. Hans Ackerman to share research and experience with current Biology students
When you ask biology major Marc Magnus-Sharpe '85 where his heart lies, chances are you will find the answer in the middle of the frothing rapids of a river or the steep, snowy slopes of a mountain. When you ask him what he does, you will get an entirely different story.