| March 23, 2023
Arts & Sciences News
CRA’s Education Committee (CRA-E) has recently selected its 2023 CRA-E Graduate Fellow – Alejandro Velasco Dimate, from William and Mary College in Williamsburg, Virginia.
The W&M Public Policy Program is so proud to announce that Prof. Alan Kennedy has been selected by the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) to receive the 2023 Public Integrity Award.
Anthropology Ph.D. candidate Olanrewaju Lasisi recently won the Graduate Studies Advisory Board Award for Excellence in Scholarship in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Over winter break, 14 students and two Biology faculty explored human-wildlife conflicts in the Anthropocene on a six-day camping trip at 10 sites throughout Florida.
Award-winning author Colum McCann and story exchange organization, Narrative 4, brought the power of storytelling to William & Mary for two days in February
More than 300 undergraduate William & Mary students were awarded 2022 Summer Research Grants from the Charles Center for Academic Excellence. It's not too early to start planning for next summer!
How Can the Digital Economy Benefit Everyone?
Announcing the winners of the 2nd annual departmental Fall Festival/Halloween Door Decorating Contest!
Anthropology Graduate Student Graham Callaway Publishes an Article on 'The Archaeology of Living Things'.
Caroline Donovan '23 spent the summer unearthing Colonial Williamsburg's hidden history.
Christian Bale, a Public Policy alum (BA and MPP) and a new member of the program's Board of Advisors, recently co-authored an article in the NYU Law Review Forum that examines how media censorship by public officials prevents citizens from engaging with their government and exercising their First Amendment rights.
Former Director of the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) and Deputy Homeland Security Advisor and William & Mary alumnus Russell E. Travers (’78) returned to campus on October 26-27 to meet with students and faculty.
Mark Greer writes in Minding the Campus.
With the mid-terms just around the corner, we asked Professor John McGlennon to evaluate the important races and issues that define the upcoming election cycle.
Through a summer research grant, Jack Boyd '23 identified 75 potential sites for inclusion in a new African American Heritage Trail in Williamsburg.
Each week W&M Public Policy profiles two new MPP students. This week we are pleased to welcome Rosemary Ketron and Malcolm Baytop to the program.
We are pleased to congratulate two of our colleagues for their recent promotions!
Threewalls in Chicago, Illinois, fosters contemporary art practices that respond to lived experiences, encouraging connections beyond art.
Welcome Dr. Valdes!
Are Ivy League and other “name-brand” schools worth the high sticker price?
What do President Barack Obama and President George W. Bush have in common with this year’s Master’s in Public Policy (MPP) students at William & Mary?
The English-language term emotions, as it is used today, is only about one hundred and fifty years old. Before it came into use, English speakers used words like passions, humors, affections, or sentiments, none of which exactly capture the meaning of emotions as we conceive of the word today.
Dr. Deborah Lee-Ferrand is now a Lecturer in French & Francophone Studies
New Charles Center Research Ambassadors are on a mission: to make research more accessible and to help more students get involved.
Each week W&M Public Policy profiles two new MPP students. This week we are pleased to welcome Aarushi Desai and Matthew Nwaneri to the program.
Our faculty are constantly engaging in new research, pushing the boundaries of knowledge on issues of pressing importance to the contemporary world.
Professor Howard spoke with “No Jargon: Scholar Strategies Network” about the safety net provided by the U. S. government and other organizations to help bring relief to the millions of Americans who are poor, food insecure, housing cost-burdened, or medically uninsured. How comprehensive is this social safety net? What strategies exist to improve its effectiveness?
After serving as an Associate Editor from 2014 to 2018, Professor Gang Zhou has just been promoted to Area Editor for "Area 1: Sensors and Devices for IoT" in the IEEE Internet of Things Journal (IoT-J).
Join us on October 22, 2022 to learn about our graduate programs leading to exciting tech careers.
W&M Biology Alumnus Dr. Joseph J. Torres, Professor Emeritus at the College of Marine Science, University of South Florida, recently published a text/reference book.
Much research shows that climate change is an existential threat to the planet. So what do we do about it?
Professor Fiona Shen-Bayh’s new book "Undue Process: Persecution and Punishment in Autocratic Courts" examines political justice and judicial repression in Africa, specifically focusing on how autocrats weaponize the judiciary to stay in control.
As part of the Public Policy Program’s partnership with the US Army War College, the program is pleased to welcome COL William “Will” Martin this year.
Cody Taylor has been published in the Duke Equilibria
Hermine Pinson of Africana Studies remembers Sidney Poitier the Bahamian-American actor, film director, and diplomat.