COVID-19 Update: In accordance with W&M's response to the current health crisis, the A&S Graduate Center has suspended all workshops and events, GRAD classes are moving online, and the GWRC is adjusting its operations. Please visit each program's webpage for more information. Contact [[sgglos,Sarah Glosson]] by email with questions.
The Graduate Center exists to:
- Support and promote the culture of advanced study at William & Mary;
- Encourage interdisciplinary collaborations among students, faculty, alumni, and the surrounding community;
- Empower students to take charge of their own careers by providing them with up-to-date career advice;
- Support the advancement of skills essential to academic and professional success;
- Encourage publicly-engaged scholarship and foster opportunities for public-facing presentation of research.
Where is the Graduate Center?
The Graduate Center is located in Stetson House, 232 Jamestown Road.
What types of programs does the Graduate Center support?
The Graduate Center partners with other offices on campus to offer many types of programs, including professional development workshops, writing support, short courses and "boot camps" to help students develop specific skills, and events such as the 3MT® competition and the Raft Debate.
Graduate Center programs are voluntary and open to all William & Mary graduate students in Arts & Sciences.
Contact [[sgglos, Sarah Glosson]], Director, A&S Graduate Center