The College marked the retirement of Betty Sandy with a reception held December 18, 2009, in the Great Hall of the Wren Building.
Thank you all for a good semester of service, teaching, advising, and creative activity. The College of W&M succeeds due to the combined efforts of all members of our community. On occasion, we have the opportunity to recognize some of those community members, and so I want to announce several awards and note two transitions, as well as share some good development news.
In the year and a half since she graduated from the College of William and Mary, Ashley Pinney '08 has not spent more than a few months at home at one time.
Geologists at William & Mary bring state-of-the-art research techniques to examination of riparian buffers.
The College of William and Mary's School of Education has received a $1.31 million grant from the Jacob K. Javits Gifted and Talented Students Program to fund a project that will bring new U.S. history curriculum to middle schools around the nation.
Three W&M students have been offered, and have accepted, internships with the U.S. Mission to NATO for the coming summer. Congratulations Samuel!
Three W&M students have been offered, and have accepted, internships with the U.S. Mission to NATO for the coming summer. Congratulations Andrea!
Psychology professor Harvey Langholtz awarded the 2009 Peacekeeping Education and Training Award.
Three W&M students have been offered, and have accepted, internships with the U.S. Mission to NATO for the coming summer.
A letter from several participants in the Chesapeake Algae Program is printed in the leading journal "Science." The writers point out several environmental benefits of using algae as biofuel feedstock.
A group of more than 100 faculty, staff and students pondered the recipe of the College's "special sauce" -- a combination of ingredients that, properly blended, allow for the smooth incorporation of research activity into the education of many William & Mary students.
Adam Otstot '04, M.Ed. '07 traveled from his home in Williamsburg, to compete in this extraordinary competition that was held in Hawaii this past October. Otstot finished 94th overall, with an impressive 9 hours, 27 minutes and 49 seconds.
Mitchell Reiss, faculty member and senior administrator, named president of Washington College in Chester, MD. He will assume the post July 1, 2010.
J.C. Poutsma received an ovation for his thermite explosion on Barksdale Field.
Irene Morrison-Moncure ('11) spent the summer of 2009 working on her Monroe project, a guide to grammar for students of Latin.
William & Mary's first two participants in the College's partnership with the Internships in Francophone Europe are back on campus.
The Society for Ethno- musicology awards several prizes each year for the best scholarship in the field. The College of William and Mary was extremely well represented this year in the roster of prize-winners. Congratulations are due to Max Katz and Ethan Lechner!
Last month, more than 20 students from various organizations - including the College's Committee on Sustainability, the Sharpe Community Scholars Program, the EcoHouse, and the Student Environmental Action Coalition - completed the College's first green roof test plots.
Professor of Biology Dan Cristol is studying the impact the element mercury, found in rivers, lakes and streams, has on the birds that dwell around the polluted water.
Senior Kira Allmann is one of 32 American Rhodes Scholars for 2010, the Rhodes Trust announced Nov. 22. The Rhodes Scholarships are one of the world's highest academic honors.
The College of William and Mary has a greater percentage of undergraduates who participate in study abroad programs than any other public institution offering doctoral degrees in the United States, according to a recent study by the Institute of International Education.
One of the most fascinating aspects of public policy is that its effects can be felt in most areas of daily life. On November 6, Jefferson Program students were given the opportunity to learn about the various aspects of emergency management during the second fall semester policy dialogue.
Werner Weingartner is bringing his life experiences and vision for the future together through several major gifts, creating the Weingartner Global Initiative.
The music departments of historic Bruton Parish Church and the College of William and Mary joined with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation for "A Handel Festival: Music in the World of George Frideric Handel". Click for photos from some of the events.
From its base in the power center of Washington, D.C., the Global Environmental Governance Project engages the tough problems surrounding international environmental institutions and laws.
Lizabeth Allison studies nuclear transport, but her work has nothing to do with nuclear energy.
The Project on International Peace and Security engages undergraduates in knotty security issues—and teaches them how to write policy briefs.
Eminent musicologist Kitty Preston will use her National Humanities fellowship to finish her book on women managers in 19th Century opera.
These shifty, stilt-legged shorebirds continue to surprise even seasoned scientists.
William & Mary's interdisciplinary environmental program is expanding, thanks to a new post-doctoral fellowship program.
William & Mary's Susan Donaldson spearheads important scholarship on the dark days of lynching...and their present-day echoes.
William & Mary's landmark lake is full of history, even below the waterline.
A group of students journey to Spain to trace the twisted threads of the legacy of that country's tragic civil war.
Language tutors share culture, Knowledge
In the recent ACM Mid-Atlantic Regional Programming contest, a team consisting of Sarah Cameron, Kevin Cox and Joel Gillespie placed 14th out of 161 teams.
New faculty member Molly Swetnam-Burland is in high demand as a speaker on her specialty of Egyptian and Egyptianizing artifacts in Roman art.
John Oakley has been chosen as the Martha Sharp Joukowsky lecturer for the Archaeological Institute of America, and will be sharing his knowledge of Greek vase painting with audiences in twelve cities across the US.
Senior honors student Megan Shuler was the recipient of a Dintersmith fellowship from the college for honors research. With the support of the fellowship she spent the summer of 2009 researching her honors thesis on Roman domestic architecture, which she is completing under the direction of Molly Swetnam-Burland.
What can you do with a classics degree? Apparently become the chief academic officer for one of the best universities in the country.
Inglis was one of a handful of William & Mary students who approached the theatre department last year and asked if they could serve as the designers for one of the College's main stage productions.
Medical clinics and ethnographic research in Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic are aimed at helping people help themselves.
John Eisele and Driss Cherkaoui have been awarded a Dept. of Education grant for their textbook series on Arabic
Callaway spent most of his summer building a contrabass recorder, with the finished product being only slightly shorter than he is.
More than 150 members of the College community attended the first of a year-long examination into the question.
Students in Bill Hutton's second-semester Greek class won high honors in the first annual National Greek Exam for first-year Greek students
Heather Macdonald, Chancellor Professor of Geology at William & Mary, has been proclaimed the winner of the Neil Miner Award by the National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT).
Read about Biology Topics courses offered in the upcoming 2010 Spring Semester (Bio 404 - Topics in Biology course catalog listing).
John Riofrio, "Rio," recently published an editorial response to CNN's documentary Latino in America in the Huffington Post
Halloween brings out the phage in some of us.
Susan Donaldson discusses lynching, Abu Ghraib prison, Barack Obama and the illusion of a post-racial America.
Five cadets from William & Mary competed in the 4th Brigade, Eastern Region Ranger Challenge Competition at Fort Bragg, N.C., Oct. 23-25.
The Russian and Post Soviet Program welcomes the renowned filmmaker Evgeny Tsymbal
The Russian and Post Soviet Program welcomes the renowned filmmaker Evgeny Tsymbal
Thank you to all those who attended our homecoming reception!
The Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy, the William & Mary Law School and the National Center for State Courts have collaborated to create the Bolin Fellowship which provides tuition and a paid internship for minority students enrolled in the college's joint master of public policy and juris doctorate program.
TJPPP International Interns
The William & Mary community is invited to attend a "Campus Conversation" Thursday on what it means to be a liberal arts university in the 21st century.
Six seniors and their faculty mentors immerse themselves in yesterday, today and tomorrow
George Greenia, professor of modern languages and literatures at the College of William and Mary, has been elected to the senate of the Phi Beta Kappa Society.
Several of William & Mary's ROTC cadets received accolades this summer for their participation in ROTC events and programs.
Professor Kevin A. Vose`s new book, Resurrecting Candrakirti: Disputes in the Tibetan Creation of Prasangika, was published from Wisdom Publications in 2009. Congratulations! Read more about its content here.
Project-Level Aid (PLAID)has come together wit the non-profit organization Development Gateway to make detailed information on development finance more accessible and to create a comprehensive database on development activities.
Brian Kreydatus and Brad McLemore gave insights into their works featured as part of the 11th faculty art show at the Muscarelle Museum.
Jeremy Weeden is awarded the 2009 Rolf G. Winter Teaching Award
Biology Professor Dan Cristol will discuss the impact of mercury pollution in waterways on public radio's With Good Reason the week of Oct. 17.
Remember those hot, sticky summers when your parents made you and your siblings pile into the back of the station wagon, heading out for a long trek to see the great West? Well, for nearly four decades, geology students at William and Mary have made a similar kind of road trip - with their professors instead of parents - by signing up for the Regional Field Geology course, aka Geology 310.
David L. Holmes, Walter G. Mason Professor of Religious Studies, will present to the William & Mary community a talk entitled, "College in the 1950s Compared with College Today."
The Schroeder Center for Health Policy and the Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy will host a forum on healthcare reform and how it may impact Medicare and Medicaid programs.
A key indicator of a university's strength is the quality of its graduate research, and the recent thesis/dissertation awardees demonstrate that the College is thriving.
Hundreds of curious families poured into Trinkle Hall on Family Weekend to meet excited student representatives and alumni of William & Mary's many study abroad and exchange programs.
Comedian Jon Stewart '84, one of William & Mary's most famous alumni, has been lauded again by the entertainment industry.
English Professor Hermine Pinson will be featured next week on the public radio program, With Good Reason.
The Department of Music professor will perform original compositions Oct. 11 at the Kennedy Center.
Creator of Writer-in-Residence Program comes home for Hayes Writers Series tonight at 7 p.m.
Salvatore Saporito, an associate professor of sociology at William & Mary, has received a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to create a new database of school attendance boundaries for the country's largest school districts.
Assistant Government Professor Rani Mullen served as an observer for Afghanistan's Aug. 20 presidential election.
Sebastian Brock '11 prepares to compete at the national yo-yo contest.
In the battle for the paddle, Physics Professor David Armstrong outlasts the competition.
Bailey Thomson was one of millions around the world who recently observed the Islamic tradition of Ramadan. But unlike the majority of those who observe the holy month, Thomson is not a Muslim.
The College of William & Mary and its Virginia Institute of Marine Science formed a collaborative research initiative to investigate producing biofuel from algae growing naturally in the Chesapeake Bay.
Mary Myers' summer was a whirlwind of rehearsals and performances in two of the biggest cities on the East Coast. Now, she is bringing what she learned from that experience to her next role on the William & Mary main stage.
Eleven William & Mary alumni were selected this year to receive scholarships from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, which will send them everywhere from The Dominican Republic to Korea.
It is no secret that the hot topic in Washington DC right now is health care reform.
Assistant professor of government Rani Mullen served as a U.S. observer of the August 20 presidential election in Afghanistan.
Sometimes the best opportunities come from the worst rejections, as Nate Shaw discovered first-hand.
Harriman Professor of Government and Public Policy Lawrence Wilkerson talked with NPR's "On Point" about increasing troops in Afghanistan and about U.S. there.
John Morreall's new book 'Comic Relief' fights back against those who have stigmatized humor.
The Raft Debate, a much beloved William & Mary tradition, will be held at the Sadler Center's Commonwealth Auditorium on Wednesday, Sept. 30 at 6:30 pm.
William & Mary's Schroeder Center for Health Policy starts the 2009-2010 academic year with a new name and a new director - Jennifer Mellor.
Andy Allen ('11) is preparing to relish everything the old world has to offer. As the first recipient of the Timothy J. Sullivan Scholarship, he will spend fall semester of his junior year at the University of Nottingham in England.
New Provost Michael Halleran addresses faculty and discusses the upcoming campus conversation on what it means to be a liberal arts university.
The Roy R. Charles Center and Writing Resources Center, two-well known resources for William & Mary students, will have new homes this fall. Both spaces, which used to be housed in Tucker Hall, will continue to inspire discovery and research.
The following message was sent to the Arts and Sciences faculty from Dean Carl Strikwerda on Sept. 13, 2009. - Ed.
Anne K. Rasmussen's chapter "Indonesian Reciters of the Qur'an and the Juncture between Creation and Recreation" was just published in a new book from The University of Illinois.
Prof. Poshyvanyk has been awarded a three year NSF grant.
Professor Debra Shulman spent much of the summer conducting research throughout the Middle East.
As interns for the Committee on Sustainability (COS), Tyler Koontz '09 and Judi Sclafani '11 spent their summer months evaluating William & Mary's recycling and waste services. Thanks to that work - and a recommendation by the students - the College will now save $40,000 annually.
In the first meeting of the 2009-2010 University Teaching Project, W&M faculty discussed what they would like their students to be able to "do" 10 years after leaving W&M.
A number of researchers converge on a way to take algae and make it into fuel on an industrial scale.
Our Murray Scholars, under the leadership of Dan Cristol, each year take a trip to the farm of the program's benefactors.
NiCad, a multi-national experimental rock band from the Hague, will visit the William and Mary Campus for concerts and student workshops featuring their eclectic style and unique approach to digital music.
The following are the prepared remarks of Former Deputy Attorney General James Comey ('82) for Opening Convocation 2009. - Ed.
William & Mary reduced its carbon emissions 16 percent per square foot of building space since 2002, according to the College's first official greenhouse gas inventory released this week.
The College of William & Mary's Class of 2013 and its entering graduate and transfer students will be welcomed to campus by former U.S. Deputy Attorney General James B. Comey ('82) at the annual Opening Convocation Ceremony on Aug. 28.
Serghi, an associate professor of music at William & Mary, met Cynthia and dozens of other children with similar stories during a week-long service trip to their school this summer.
Alex Gunderson (W&M '07) published a paper with Dr. Mark Forsyth and Dr. John Swaddle that is featured in a story by the BBC. Alex's work points to effects that feather-degrading bacteria have on bluebird plummage coloration and health.
Morgan Faulkner, a rising sophomore at the College, is a member of the Upper Mattaponi Tribe in King William, Va. She came to the College last year as William & Mary's first Trevarthen Scholarship recipient.
Seniors in the geology department do a whirlwind tour from the bottom of a slate quarry to the top of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Jonathan Jarvis '75 has been recommended by President Barack Obama for nomination as the next director of the National Park Service.
Craig Canning, an associate professor of history at the College of William and Mary, is leading 16 educators from across the nation in the 2009 Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad: History and Culture in China Program.
Satellite tracking reveals that these far-flying wading birds have a tendency to show up where they're least expected.
Robin Looft-Wilson is one of five recipients of the 2009 Alumni Fellowship Award for Excellence in Teaching and will be recognized at the Fall Awards Banquet in September with a $1,000 honorarium.
Just two years after debuting his "Tragedy! A Musical Comedy" in New York's Fringe Festival, Michael Johnson ('09) is back again with a new musical, and a cast and crew of William & Mary students and alumni are helping to bring it to life.
The Center for Conservation Biology has mapped out on a website all known bald eagle nests in Virginia. Know of one not listed? Tell them about it.
NSF has awarded an ECCS-IHCS grant on Multi-Scale QoS for Body Sensor Networks to Professor Gang Zhou. This 3-year project is in collaboration with both the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and the Computer Science Department at the University of Virginia.
In the days and weeks that followed Iran's election, the world watched as protests and violence filled the country's streets. For one William & Mary student, the conflict hit especially close to home.
This column by President Taylor Reveley originally ran in the summer 2009 issue of the William & Mary Alumni Magazine.
A protein known as the thyroid hormone receptor shuttles in and out of the cell's nucleus, where it goes about the all-important business of turning genes on and off.
Wednesday's press conference by South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford is a good case study, says Susan Wise Bauer, assistant professor of English at William & Mary.
The Virginia Shakespeare Festival, with William & Mary Theatre Professor Christopher Owens serving as its producing artistic director, kicked off its 31st season at Phi Beta Kappa Hall last night. This year's season includes three smash hits and a professional company recruited from all over the country.
Richard Price's ethnographic account of a "trip down the rabbit hole" with a Saramaka curer has won the Gordon K. and Sybil Lewis Memorial Award for Caribbean Scholarship.
Scientists from the Center for Conservation Biology banded two peregrine falcon chicks June 18 at the bottom of a stack at Dominion Energy's Possum Point Substation in Prince William County.
The Center for Conservation Biology at the College of William and Mary – Virginia Commonwealth University and the Virginia chapter of The Nature Conservancy have successfully used state of the art, 9.5 gram, satellite transmitters to track five whimbrels (Numenius phaeopus) from a migratory staging area in Virginia to their breeding grounds near Hudson Bay.
The Center for Conservation Biology at the College of William and Mary - Virginia Commonwealth University and the Virginia chapter of The Nature Conservancy have successfully used state of the art, 9.5 gram, satellite transmitters to track five whimbrels (Numenius phaeopus) from a migratory staging area in Virginia to their breeding grounds near Hudson Bay.
Carl Strikwerda, Dean of the Faculty in Arts and Sciences at William & Mary, sent the following e-mail to A&S faculty and staff regarding the appointment of Teresa Long, Associate Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures, to Dean for Educational Policy.
We're also who made what we wear and what it's made from. (And other fashion truisms that will keep green the new black.)
Rogers Hall has been renovated and is now part of the Integrated Science Center. The labs are working, even as unpacking continues.
Sylvia Stout, business manager for the Physics Department, is to be honored for 40 years of service at William & Mary's annual Employee Appreciation Day luncheon.
Henry Hart hopes that "appetizer" booklets will spur publication of ambitious post-World War II literary anthology.
George Harris, Chancellor Professor of Philosophy at William and Mary, believes lack of a tragic ethic creates more tragedy in the world.
The Solar Cells on the Roof of Small team is investigating a key sustainability question.
Serge Kovaleski, a member of William & Mary's Class of 1984 and a reporter for The New York Times, received a Pulitzer Prize today as part of a news team that covered the Gov. Elliot Spitzer scandal.
W&M alum Thomas Shannon ('80)was nominated May 27 to be U.S. Ambassador to Brazil by President Barack Obama.
Christina Romer ('81) presented a diagnosis of the ailing economy and outlined the government's treatment strategies.
Members of the Class of 2009 were featured on a BBC America news program profiling graduates entering the job market.
Our Center for Conservation Biology invites the public to watch the growth and development of Azalea, an eagle chick hatched at the Norfolk Botanical Gardens.
Carl Strikwerda, Dean of Arts & Sciences at William & Mary, recently sent the following end-of-year report to members of the faculty. - Ed.
The following are the prepared remarks of Justin Schoonmaker ('09), the student speaker for William & Mary's 2009 Commencement ceremony. - Ed.
I remember the original plan: work for a couple of years after college, then go to graduate school full-time.
I am an environmental policy and international relations double-major.
William & Mary senior Elizabeth LaPrelle has opened for music great Ralph Stanley and toured the west coast singing songs of the Appalachia.
As the 2009 student Commencement speaker, he will be joining the featured Commencement Speaker, Tom Brokaw. A common student would be intimidated by the prospect, but Schoonmaker believes he has a lot of life and ideas to share.
About 40 kindergarteners from Matthew Whaley Elementary School flocked around the dock at William & Mary's Keck Environmental Field Lab today to release the baby turtles they had raised from eggs.
W&M senior Elizabeth LaPrelle appeared with the Whitetop Mountain Band during a master class at the college. The class is being aired on City of Williamsburg Cox Cable channel 48 beginning May 8.
Gen. David McKiernan, a member of the William & Mary Class of 1972, has been named as one of Time Magazine's 100 "Most Influential People in the World."
Brown and Harpole met at the College as roommates, and knew then that they would join forces on a project in their shared field of archaeology.
You can't feel them, but neutrinos are passing through your body in large numbers. They have no charge and very low mass, but their scientific value is priceless.
W&M's government department and Reves Center for International Studies hosted a forum marking the 20th anniversary of China's Tiananmen Square protests and massacre.
It is official. The bacteriophage discovered in the Crim Dell at the College of William and Mary never had been seen before.
H. Burton "Burt" Kester, a lecturer in flute and bassoon at William & Mary, died at his home on Sunday, April 19. The orchestra's spring concert, scheduled for 8 p.m. on April 29, is being dedicated to his memory.
A thesis published in the April 2009 issue of the William & Mary Quarterly reveals the discovery of nearly 50 letters to, from or about Benjamin Franklin previously not known to exist.
It's an experience that Mann will not soon forget, and it's for lessons like this that he and his fellow William & Mary ROTC cadets participated in field training exercises at Fort Pickett recently.
The William & Mary Law School, School of Education, School of Business and graduate program in colonial history were all recognized in US News and World Report's graduate school rankings for 2010.
Without so much as a map or an "X" to mark the spot, a group of William & Mary students recently uncovered some historical "treasure" that is expected to shed new light on the lives of early 20th-century African-Americans, including Maggie L. Walker, the first woman to found a bank in the United States and a black woman who worked tirelessly to improve the lives of other black women.
William & Mary's Committee on Sustainability (COS) has awarded four Student Summer Research Grants for projects that will focus on areas such as campus recycling, GIS mapping of campus habitat and ecosystems and a new program to increase the College's use of locally grown and sustainable food.
Tenuous internal conditions-complicated by difficult relationships with Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Syria-pose the greatest challenges to Iraq's future.
A Balinese sacred performance workshop came a day after Wayang Kali, an experimental shadow theater troupe, performed in the Kimball Theatre as the final event in this year's Ewell Concert Series.
William & Mary is renowned for its emphasis on undergraduate student research, and supporting that research just became much easier.
For Charlie '01 and Sarah Park '01, their new business started out as a way not to make money, but to help themselves get their finances in order.
Direct from Japan (and the mercury sGIG)...it's Future Shock, a whirling look into the fast-food culture infecting Japan.
W&M's George Grayson meets with Clinton prior to March trip to discuss U.S. - Mexico relations.
The United States is the best place to be a Muslim, says William and Mary senior Madeeha Hameed, who traveled with the "Journey into America" program.
Students in Tamara Sonn's class Women in the Muslim World received a rare treat when guest-lecturer Akbar Ahmed led discussion.
Graduate students from different disciplines in Arts & Sciences come together once each year to unite in a display of intellectual firepower.
An ethnographer writes of a master curer, spirit possession and a race of sea gods that control the ebb and flow of the worlds money supply.
Bassett was one of three William & Mary undergraduates who joined History Professor Lu Ann Homza on a research trip to Pamplona, Spain over Spring Break to peruse two sets of archives and get a better understanding of Spanish history through the hand-written accounts of the people who lived it.
Our graduate students (and those of some other fine institutions) show their work in a two-day symposium.
W&M professor David Aday was at personal and professional crossroads when students invited him to serve as advisor for an international medical mission initiative.
On the heels of the Darwin bicentennial and at the end of women's history month, a William & Mary scholar will present her one-person play exploring the life of Victorian-era fossil-hunter Mary Anning.
W&M faculty member Joanne M. Braxton to disscuss Maya Angelou's "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" on NPR's Diane Rehm Show March 18 at 11 a.m.
The Middle Eastern Music Ensemble offers a window into a culture that is becoming more and more a part of our own.
The instruments for making Middle Eastern music are a blend of the familiar and the exotic.
If you missed the William & Mary faculty's observance of Charles Darwin's 200th birthday, you can view Darwin Across the Disciplines on Channel 48. The symposium explores Darwin's influence across the spectrum of intellectual life.
W&M presents the 2nd annual global/local film festival, Global Film Migration, March 16 - 22.
Joseph Galano told the national Democratic Caucus that failure to treat adverse childhood experiences 'upstream' represented a 'national shame.'
Adam Potkay's book "The Story of Joy" has been named co-winner of a major literary award.
Congressman Rob Wittman (R-VA)talked with an Econ. 300 class about Chesapeake Bay Rcovery.
Charles Hobson is among the historians interviewed in an hour-long documentary titled "Judicial Independence in the New World," which explores the early history of the court system.
"When the Purple Settles," an original "hip-hopera" by Francis Tanglao-Aguas, is set for its American premiere at William & Mary's Phi Beta Kappa Hall Feb. 26 - March 1.
Haulman discusses his book "Virginia and the Panic of 1819." It deals with America's first modern economic depression.
Matt Pinsker, who was both an ROTC cadet and a cheerleader, decided to write about his experiences in bridging the gap between the two little-connected worlds. The result is now the feature-length movie "Sergeant Cheerleader."
Members of a freshman seminar have found a strain of bacteriophage that may be previously unknown to science. The phage was found in William & Mary's landmark Crim Dell.
You, too, can now understand Cuban films, thanks to Anne Marie Stock.
Anthropologist Barbara King discusses the emotional life of apes at the nations largest gathering of scientists.
From Obama to Kennedy, what have been the private and public faiths of modern American presidents? For almost a decade, Professor of Religious Studies David Holmes has studied this and other questions about the faiths of American presidents.
ISC 1 is open and producing science. ISC 2 is under construction. Just wait until we build ISC 3.
Assistant Professor of Government Stacey Pelika featured on local public radio program, HearSay with Cathy Lewis, Feb. 13.
On Feb. 10, six graduate students from the College of William and Mary participated in the fourth annual Graduate Student Research Forum, held at the Library of Virginia in Richmond.
The Linnean Society of London has awarded Darwin-Wallace medals every half-century since 1908. The most recent class includes H. Allen Orr 82, 85 and Mohamed Noor 92.
After his freshman year at Princeton University, Robert Engs spent the summer working at Colonial Williamsburg, where the mission is "That the future may learn from the past."
Katherine Kulick, Associate Professor of French and Modern Languages, received the Thomas Jefferson Award on Charter Day.
Paleontologist Rowan Lockwood received the 2009 Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award, the highest award given to young faculty members at the College of William and Mary.
On Feb. 7, during William & Mary's annual Charter Day celebrations, Kelly Hallinger received the Thomas Jefferson Prize in Natural Philosophy for her work in biology and ornithology.
Devin Oller, a senior English major and biology minor, received the 2009 Monroe Prize in Civic Leadership during the William & Mary's Charter Day ceremony Feb. 7.
William & Mary's two major service programs will merge into one, and a new minor in community studies is currently under serious discussion and has enthusiastic faculty support, Provost Geoff Feiss announced during the Board of Visitors meeting Thursday.
The weather vane that sits on top of the Wren building is a familiar sight to anyone who has walked around William & Mary's campus.
Oxidative damage of protein happens to us all, but our bodies usually fix the problem. Usually.
Carl Strikwerda, dean of the faculty of arts and sciences, discusses the relationship between humanities and science at the College.
William and Mary signs a collaboration agreement with Virginia Commonwealth University centering around W&M's Center for Conservation Biology.
Two William & Mary faculty members received the states highest honor for professors, the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia announced today.
Three English faculty members were recently recognized for their outstanding contributions to scholarship and teaching.
Selected grants received by faculty members at the College of William and Mary as supplied by the grants office.
David Holmes, Walter G. Mason Professor of Religious Studies, discusses the faith of President-elect Barack Obama.
Fourteen W&M professors featured in Presidential Inaugural issue of local publication.
Most people can kick up their heels to the steady beats of hip-hop or techno, but the dancers of "Transcending Rhythms," a piece choreographed by Professor Leah Glenn and originally performed at Orchesis's DANCEVENT in November, 2008, had to adapt to an entirely new style of rhythm. Well, two in fact.
Albany Records, a label devoted to American Music, releases a CD of music by William & Mary music professor Brian Hulse.
Fear and other negative emotions make your world completely different. But don't worry--it happens to everybody.
W&M alumna Glenn Close ('74) to be recognized for award-winning acting career with "star" on Hollywood Walk of Fame.
What can an understanding of the genetics of yeast do to get us closer to a cure for cancer? Plenty.
Songbirds feeding near the contaminated South River are showing high levels of mercury, even though they aren't eating food from the river itself.