Graduating Japanese studies majors present their final research projects.
Congratulations to the Class of 2022!!
On March 25, Dr. Aoki of Ehime University gave a lecture on the meanings of cherry blossoms in Japanese poetry, manga, and anime.
Denis M. Provencher of the University of Arizona delivered a lecture with the title "Abdellah Taïa's Transfilial Myth Making and Unfaithful Realms of Memory"
The Public Policy Program is proud to announce that three Master’s in Public Policy (MPP) students, Maddy Humphries, BA/MPP ’23, Jennifer Hundley, BA/MPP ’23, and Lilly Potter, JD/MPP ’23, won honorable mention as 2022 finalists in the New York University Policy Case Competition.
Prof. Tomoyuki Sasaki has written an op-ed for the Nihon Keizai Shimbun commenting on COVID-19 border controls.
Professor Rob Leventhal retires after a long career at W&M's German Studies Program.
International Justice Lab (IJL) Fellows published articles in Foreign Policy and Washington Post.
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.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2022 National Post-Secondary Russian Essay Contest!!!
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.
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.
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.
On Friday, April 1st at 4pm in Blow Memorial Hall, Professor Geoffrey Goble delivered a lecture about his book on Chinese Esoteric Buddhism.
The Río de la Plata and the Independence of Brazil April 21 – 22, 2022