William & Mary’s undergraduate iGEM team won a Gold Medal and was nominated for a major award at the iGEM Giant Jamboree, the annual conference and award ceremony of the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Foundation.
Synapses features major news stories about the Psychology Department.
Robert West ’23 helped design a Get Out the Vote program that has gotten more than 1.7 million people registered to vote since last fall.
Undergraduates working in a lab inside the Integrated Science Center are currently studying ways to foster constructive dialogue in an era of increased partisan divide.
Psychology Alumna Rachel Miller-Slough credits Professor Janice Zeman with influencing her career path choice as a Clinical Child Psychologist.
William & Mary Associate Professor Robert S. Leventhal researched the emergence of the case history in his new book, "Making the Case: Narrative Psychological Case Histories and the Invention of Individuality in Germany, 1750-1800."
Willie Anne Wright ’45 discovered pinhole photography by chance. Or perhaps it was fate.
Each year, the Alumni Association honors five professors in the early stages of their careers who exemplify teaching excellence at William & Mary.
At two public events, W&M faculty presented their research and engaged audiences in lively discussions of "otherness."
This fall, the Muscarelle Museum of Art will serve as both an exhibit space and laboratory for a new interdisciplinary course that blends art and science.
William & Mary students went on a soul-searching trip through Rwanda this past summer to explore the country’s efforts at peace education and forgiveness since the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi that killed more than 1 million people.
William & Mary psychological scientist Peter Vishton is taking a leave of absence to join the National Science Foundation as the Program Director for the Developmental Sciences.
Entering neurodivergent students and their parents visited campus for a friendly, low-key orientation weekend.