The Public Policy Program is pleased to participate in the 2021 One Tribe One Day program on April 13.
Isabelle Cohen received her Master’s in Public Policy from the College of William & Mary in 2012, and her B.A. in International Relations from the same university in 2011.
Jamelah Jacob '21 has been awarded the 2021 James Monroe Prize in Civic Leadership, which goes to “a student who has demonstrated sustained leadership of an unusual quality, leadership combined with initiative, character and an unfailing commitment to leveraging the assets of the William & Mary community to address the needs of our society.”
The Alumni Medallion is the highest award the Alumni Association can bestow on a graduate of William & Mary.
Brandie Burris, 2L, was recently elected editor-in-chief of Minnesota Law Review. She is the first Black student to hold that position in the publication’s 104-year history.
Christian Bale's essay was selected to be published by the Yale Journal on Regulation.
President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris have named Ike Irby (Ph.D., M.P.P. ’17) as Policy Advisor in the Office of the Vice President.
On Wednesday, October 28, the Schroeder Center for Health Policy concluded its multidisciplinary speaker series on the COVID-19 pandemic with a virtual talk from Dr. Eric Pedersen, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences from the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California and adjunct behavioral scientist at the RAND Corporation. Dr. Pedersen’s research focuses on the areas of young adult/adolescent substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders.
On Wednesday, October 14, William & Mary’s Schroeder Center for Health Policy continued its multidisciplinary speaker series on the COVID-19 pandemic with a virtual talk by Rashida Dorsey, Ph.D., M.P.H., the founder and principal of WisdomBuilds, LLC
On Monday, September 28, the Schroeder Center for Health Policy hosted a virtual panel for 30 students interested in pursuing a health policy career.
On Wednesday, September 23, the Schroeder Center for Health Policy continued its multidisciplinary speaker series on the COVID-19 pandemic with a virtual talk from Virginia’s Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Resources, Marvin Figueroa.
What’s it like to see William & Mary from both sides of the classroom — as a student and then as a faculty member? We spoke with alumni faculty members to see what it's like to come full circle.
On Wednesday, September 9, the Schroeder Center for Health Policy kicked off a multidisciplinary speaker series on the COVID-19 pandemic with a virtual talk from Nicholas Papageorge, Ph.D.
Dena Bashri ’20 and Shivani Gupta ’20 graduated from William & Mary to become two of the six inaugural fellows working remotely for Transforming Primary Care on projects such as ensuring telehealth access to those experiencing homelessness and tracking the supply chain of COVID-19 testing kits.
Maggie Delaney, ’21, had a plan. In the summer between her junior and senior years, she would secure an internship where she could implement the lessons she learned in her classes at William & Mary.
Wilkerson on Use of the Military in Domestic Protests
Faculty and staff of William & Mary’s Public Policy Program were excited and proud to confer degrees to 53 undergraduates and 12 graduate students in our on-line graduation ceremony in May.
Rogers '20 graduated Saturday and was elected to the Williamsburg City Council on Tuesday, putting his public policy degree to immediate use.
William & Mary’s Board of Visitors voted Tuesday to re-elect John E. Littel P '22 as rector and William H. Payne II '01 as vice rector of the governing body of the university. Additionally, Barbara L. Johnson J.D. '84 was elected as secretary of the board.
Although he did not attend William & Mary himself, L. Clifford Schroeder, Sr. had a strong love of the College and took great pride in what W&M students can do to address pressing problems affecting society.
The 19th annual Graduate Research Symposium will be held in the Sadler Center at William & Mary March 20-21.
For many William & Mary students, the first weekend of the Spring 2020 semester meant easing back into the routine of campus life after the winter break. But for nearly two dozen William & Mary students, that first Friday afternoon was the start of a deep dive into one of the most serious challenges facing the U.S. and other aging societies: How do individual families and the country as a whole pay for the long-term care that so many aged and disabled persons need?
AidData, a research lab at William & Mary, today released new data and analysis capturing the results of China’s strategic public diplomacy efforts in 13 countries of South and Central Asia.
Are “scoundrels”, the subset of pharmaceutical CEOs that are less-than-honest, partly responsible for the high price of prescription medication in America?
Recently Troy Wiipongwii, MPP '18, and Ingo Keilitz, visiting Professor of Public Policy, travelled to Nur-Sultan Kazakhstan for the International Association of Court Administrators at the Supreme Court.
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.
Congratulations to Lou Rossiter, Adjunct Professor of Public Policy, for winning best article award.
Shelley Harris-Strimaitis, MPP '20, interns at the City of Williamsburg
My work at EPA this summer mainly entails sustaining, improving, and translating the Agency's evidence-based performance management policy implementation.
I am interning with Just One Africa and the Hope Beyond Foundation in Kajiado County, Kenya