With the promotion of sustainable practices at the forefront of these grants, there were 22 projects awarded funding throughout the fall, spring, and summer application cycles.
William & Mary physicists and students are working on a project funded by the U.S. Department of Defense’s Army Research Office with the goal of developing a device with the capacity to see what is invisible to the naked eye.
The graduating senior piled up photographs and memories from four years well spent at W&M.
An estimated 800 students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members gathered for the dedication of Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved, which honors the people whom the university enslaved over the course of 172 years.
Walter Hickey ’12 was awarded the Pulitzer Prize Monday as part of a team at Insider that used graphic illustration to report on the plight of the Uyghur community in China.
Eli Rothleder ’22 will speak at the undergraduate ceremony on May 20, and Augustine Manga J.D.’22 will speak at the graduate student event on May 21.
An intriguing set of mysteries has surrounded William & Mary's first-edition copy of Isaac Newton's masterwork. Caitlin Dolt ‘22 brought her knowledge of Latin and physics to the task. (And also persistence: At one point, she looked at the book and said "I am more stubborn than you.”)
A historical marker bearing Art Matsu's name will be unveiled at 11 a.m. near an arcade at Zable Stadium that bears his name.
International Justice Lab (IJL) Fellows published articles in Foreign Policy and Washington Post.
William & Mary's marine science minor has proven to be a win-win, benefiting both W&M's undergraduate researchers and the School of Marine Science at VIMS.
On April 22, 2022 The Kinesiology Majors Club and the Department of Kinesiology sponsored an ice cream social in the shaded area in front of Adair Hall.
On Wednesday, April 13th, Professor Ben Williams of Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, delivered a speech on Naropa's unique history and the role of contemplative practice in the future of higher education.
The Princeton Review has once again named William & Mary the best public university in the nation for internships, according to a new report out Tuesday.
For their unfailing attention to detail, dedication and compassion for others, William & Mary will honor Student Unions & Engagement Set Crew Supervisor Ray Burks and Economics Department Fiscal Coordinator Kathy O’Brien with the 2022 Charles and Virginia Duke Award.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2022 National Post-Secondary Russian Essay Contest!!!
Since the spring of 2021, the W&M Asian Centennial commemoration has sought to honor trailblazers beginning with the first Asian student, Pu-Kao Chen 1923 (also known as Chen Pu-Kao), and to acknowledge the accomplishments of Asian and Asian American students, faculty and staff at William & Mary. The commemoration formally culminates in a series of events this month.
While most undergraduates rely on the work of W&M IT in some way for their research projects, the students who rely most heavily on our team's expertise have been those involved with the Geospatial Evaluation and Observation Lab (geoLab).
Architect Brian Court ’96 shares his perspective on sustainable building design.
The S. Laurie Sanderson Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Mentoring recognize the "under the radar" contributions of graduate students in the university's Arts & Sciences programs.
Each year a committee of faculty and Reves staff awards the fellowships to support faculty-student research and collaboration on internationally-focused, engaged scholarship.
Kate Bobulinski ’22 and Zach Townsley ’23 are tangoing in synch in their first forays into choreographing with William & Mary Theatre’s “Company.” Bobulinski choreographed the show with Townsley as fight choreographer, which involves more of a play fight tango.
The faculty-led research team of undergraduate students is currently working on a project that uncovers how the disabled community is using memes to refute objectifying messages and negative ideologies being spread on social media.
The Public Policy Program is so proud to announce that one of our majors, Alton Coston, III has been named the winner of the prestigious Truman Scholarship.
Andrew Tobolowsky, assistant professor of religious studies at William & Mary, built on his expertise in the biblical 12 tribes tradition of Israelite history with his new book.
With the final reveal scheduled for Monday, April 19, the mural focuses on the conservation of local flora and fauna and is designed to allow viewers “to see nature and the world around them in a new light."
ABC News Live and CTV News interviewed Government Professor Kelebogile Zvobgo, founder and director of the International Justice Lab, on alleged violations of international law by Russia in Ukraine.
Anthropology Alumna Gail Williams Wertz Published an Article on Collaborative Archaeological Research
Prof. Alan Kennedy, lecturer of Public Policy, recently had his article, “Voters in a Foreign Land: Alien Suffrage in the United States, 1704-1926,” published in the Journal of Policy History.
Alton Coston, III ’23 has been awarded the prestigious Truman Scholarship by the Harry S. Truman Foundation, the organization announced Thursday. The award provides funding for graduate studies, leadership training, career counseling and internship and fellowship opportunities within the federal government.
After a year and a half packed with academic collaborations, research, performances, exhibits and other programs, William & Mary’s Asian Centennial commemoration will culminate with several special events later this month, including Asian Centennial Day on April 30.
Government Department Diversity Fellow, Martha Tyler '23, was accepted to the Ralph Bunche Summer Institute.
The Department of Economics is very pleased to announce that this year's winner of the Socionomics Institute $1000 Prize was Connor McLaren-Finelli, a student from Professor Peter Atwater’s ECON 150 course.
Faculty will receive $10,000 for each of two years to support undergraduate research programs. The majority of the money will go to student stipends. Read synopses of the 11 inaugural Incubator programs.
Maps used to show risk areas for radon gas don't take into account the fossil-larded (and radon-producing) Yorktown Formation. A new map by William & Mary geologists does.
David Dominique, assistant professor of music at William & Mary, has been awarded the 2022 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship in Music Composition.
Nitya Labh is William & Mary’s third James C. Gaither Fellow in the last three years.
On Friday, April 1st at 4pm in Blow Memorial Hall, Professor Geoffrey Goble delivered a lecture about his book on Chinese Esoteric Buddhism.
Students curating a museum exhibition at William & Mary get the full experience including choosing artwork, writing accompanying text and deciding on placement in the gallery.
William & Mary Libraries is supporting and celebrating student research during Undergraduate Research Month by hosting an inaugural student writers retreat and presenting its annual research awards in April.
The Río de la Plata and the Independence of Brazil April 21 – 22, 2022
On March 23, 2022, the William & Mary Program in Public Policy hosted a breakfast with Virginia General Assembly Delegate David Reid (D-Loudoun) as part of Dr. Alan Kennedy's Master’s in Public Policy course, PUBP 590: Policy in Practice.
The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program announces a Spring Symposium for undergraduate research (April 8, 2022).
As the Russian war against Ukraine entered its second month and U.S. President Joe Biden announced the U.S. will accept up to 100,000 displaced Ukrainian people, W&M News asked Professor of Sociology Jennifer Bickham Mendez to talk about forced migration.
On March 16, 2022, foreignpolicy.com published an article written by three Government Department faculty, an alum, and a current student.
Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett Packard, visited campus on February 16, 2022, to discuss the 2022 Beijing Olympics and its connection to the state of US-China business.
Frank discussion with classmates helps William & Mary students understand course material in a different way in the religious studies class Modern Hinduism.
This expanded version of the festival will feature more films than ever before, in addition to music, theater, dance and an industry summit.
William & Mary’s second annual Undergraduate Research Month will start April 1 – and this time it will be primarily on campus and in person.
The Reves Center for International Studies, in cooperation with the Asian Centennial Committee, has announced that Viet Thanh Nguyen will deliver the 2022 McSwain-Walker Lecture: “Refugees, Language, and the Meaning of ‘America.’"
Event will be held Wednesday, March 30, at the Integrated Science Center and is open to all students.
Matt Borden won the Gloria S. King Research Fellowship
Professor Mitchell Brown has won a prestigious grant from the Loeb Classical Library foundation to support his research on the stagecraft of Menander.
A new book by Professor Jessica Paga examines how the story of the birth of democracy in Athens is expressed in the architecture of the period.
Lucky Plush Productions and Contemporary West Dance Theatre join W&M Dance for a series of performances!
William & Mary’s Public Policy Program and the School of Education recently partnered in welcoming to campus Professor Deven Carlson, the Associate Director for Education at the National Institute for Risk and Resilience and Presidential Research Professor at the University of Oklahoma.
Disinformation, while difficult to define, is the information strategy of deliberately using falsehood, decontextualization, and distortion to sew disorder, chaos, and debilitating skepticism. While it is a matter of contemporary urgency, the Tyler Speaker Series this year investigates its long history.
Prof. Alan Kennedy, lecturer of Public Policy, recently was profiled by the Flat Hat, the student newspaper of William & Mary.
Anthropology senior Ellie Henry competed with the Women's Swim Team to win the Colonial Athletics Association Championship. The team was also named SwimSwam's team of the month.
Government student Salaar Khan '24 testified in front of the Supreme Court of Virginia over winter break.