William & Mary undergraduates make substantial contributions to the university's research efforts. Through mentored collaborations with faculty, W&M students generate new knowledge and interpretation every day.
Student research takes many forms. Whether it's a student-faculty team co-authoring a chapter of a book, kayaking to an island to determine the population of terrapins, or penning an award-winning essay about cybersecurity threats, W&M undergrads do cutting-edge research and create valuable new knowledge for the world.
As part of its mission to advance interdisciplinary study and mentored research, the Charles Center is proud to introduce Undergraduate Research Month. Undergraduate research happens every day of the year at W&M — we are setting aside one month for the students to communicate their newly-created knowledge and discoveries. Programs, departments and centers from across the university will come together to share the advances in understanding being made by their students.
2021 Undergraduate Research Month