Among the eight gymnasts honored is Matt Holmes '11, a four-time first-team academic All-American.
Congratulations William and Mary Class of 2011!
Congratulations to Ivo Gyurovski, the 2011 Recipient of the Arts & Sciences Distinguished Thesis Award in the Social Sciences.
Dr. Peter Vishton recently hosted a live chat on Washington Post Conversations about the Hidden Power of Mothers.
Adam Lerner '12 recently became the seventh student from William & Mary to be awarded the prestigious Beinecke Scholarship
Emeritus ≠ Retirement for Professor Joseph Galano. His latest achievements include an award and a new appointment.
William & Mary Psychology Alum gives credit to his professors.
The William and Mary Scholar Award is presented each year to a small, select group of students who have overcome unusual adversity and/or would add to the diversity of the campus community.
As part of her senior music project, Tidaback is spending her final semester as an undergraduate working at the school in a new partnership between it and the William & Mary music department.
Vivian Brown Henderson never had any doubt about where she wanted her education and career to take her. She majored in Psychology at William and Mary, which she saw as a stepping stone into a legal career.
Pamela Hunt, professor of psychology and associate director of interdisciplinary neuroscience, is one of three recipients of the 2011-2012 James McKeen Cattell Fund Fellowships.
Professor Vishton recently began a two-year term as Program Director for Developmental and Learning Sciences at the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Our undergraduates presented their research on incarcerated mothers and their children, the effect of nicotine on memory, problem behaviors in at-risk adolescents, and impulsive decisions.
We are excited to welcome Dr. Joanna Schug to the Psychology Department this fall. Dr. Schug graduated from Hokkaido University in Japan and is a cross-cultural psychologist.
For today’s psychology students, a variety of new hands-on courses enrich the academic experience.
Prof. Josh Burk is invited to give the Raymond L. Erickson Alumni Lecture on March 31, 2011.
Morris, a New Kent, Va., native majoring in psychology and minoring in community studies, will receive this year's Monroe Prize in Civic Leadership at the College's annual Charter Day ceremony, to be held at 4 p.m. Feb. 4 in William & Mary Hall.
The Borgenicht Program for Aging Studies and Exercise Science awards grant to Prof. Shean.
Paul Kieffaber, Assistant Professor of Psychology, has been awarded a Faculty Interdisciplinary Initiatives Grant.
you might want to attend a Colloquium by William & Mary Psychology Professor Janice Zeman
Bonagura put Dent and James together, and within weeks the video had been shot, posted on Vevo, and viewed more than a quarter of a million times.
The College's Annual Raft Debate once again attempted to establish whose academic field reigns supreme
Associate Psychology Professor Joe Galano and Professor of Sociology Kate Slevin were named recipients of the 2010 Thomas Ashley Graves, Jr. Award during the William & Mary Commencement ceremony.
As the student recipient of the 2010 President's Award for Community Service, Morris's priceless contributions to several mentoring programs and unwavering commitment to bettering the lives of others were highlighted during last Friday's Opening Convocation Ceremonies.
Analysis of brain waves spurs some deep thinking about how we see others.
On the occasion of Joe Galano's final semester before his retirement, we celebrate his contributions.
Associate professor of psychology Peter Vishton has created a DVD for parents on the development of children between 0 and 14 months of age. Vishton is the director of the College's Child Research Center.
William and Mary Professor Wins Peacekeeping Training Award
W&M students present their research at the L. Starling Reid Undergraduate Psychology Conference
Rogers Hall has been renovated and is now part of the Integrated Science Center. The labs are working, even as unpacking continues.
Fear and other negative emotions make your world completely different. But don't worry--it happens to everybody.
With a few snips, a small group of scientists and leaders at William and Mary cut through a gold ribbon at the Integrated Science Center Thursday night, beginning a new era of research at the College.
A psychology class discovers that you have to go outside to get a full understanding of the complex electrochemical process that makes neurons fire.
Students apply the behavior modification techniques they learn in the first half of the semester on themselves, while meticulously recording their progress.
Lucky research subjects were brought into a room, shown a delectable chocolate cake, and told that at the end of the session they would have a chance to eat it. Now this is our kind of research!
Emotion and motion: Dillon Niederhut works with Jeanine Stefanucci, assistant professor of psychology, to study the effects of emotion on perception of motion.
When Diana Morelen arrived at W&M, she fully expected to become a marketing major.
Professor Harvey Langholtz has researched and published in the field of the "psychology of peacekeeping."
Optical illusions can be deceiving, but are we just fooling ourselves?
The Integrated Science Center: With private support, the ISC brings new possibilities for scientific research. Home to biology, chemistry, and psychology, a multidisciplinary flavor of research will attract the best faculty and students to the College.
Researchers in the Psychology Department are preparing to conduct experiments to measure the brain's response to certain kinds of stimuli.