A Law and Dance Enthusiast
An Animal-Loving Biologist and Economist
Exploring Tech and Mental Health
Mental Health and Linguistics: An Emerging Researcher
Making a Difference in the World of Finance
Profs. Barko-Alva and Parker received their tenure last February 2023. Congratulations on such great achievement!
Congratulations to Prof. Cheryl Dickter and colleagues for being selected for an IDEA (Innovative Diversity Efforts Awards) grant!
Our wonderful WMSURE student fellow, Raven Pierce, has been accepted to the W&M School of Education’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program for next fall. We are so happy for your achievement!
Sophia Haile is awarded the James Monroe Prize in Civic Leadership.
WMSURE student Benjamin Boateng is accepted into the Institute for Responsible Citizenship.
Raven Pierce '23 displays her research on the power of spirituality and expressive arts to help Black Women navigate oppressive experiences.
WMSURE Faculty Fellow talks on his research about addiction in different cultures
Good news for the WMSURE program in the Spring 2022 semester
Where Medicine and Social Justice Intersect
When Tech Meets Finance
Making a Difference through Medicine and Mentorship
The Sky is the Limit
Giving Back through Medical Research
A Passionate Advocate for First-Generation Students
Aspiring Civil Rights Lawyer
Yvette Bivins Sanchez & The World of Research
Striving to Make a Difference
Aspiring Physician and Entrepreneur
Congratulations to our students who have received scholarships, fellowships, and internships
WMSURE Fellow Daniel Villegas Shares Insight in Attending Conferences
WMSURE Scholar Danielle Brown Participates in Winter DC Program
Camile Borja Reflects on her Study Abroad to France
WMSURE Hosts Acclaimed Authors Barbara and Karen Fields
Shianne Randolph Reflects on her Study Abroad to South Africa
Gabrielle Bozeman Reflects on her Study Away to Birmingham, Alabama
Jasmine Garnes Reflects on her Study Abroad to South Africa
WMSURE Alumna Merci Best Leads Workshop on Life and Career Success
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded William & Mary an $800,000 grant to strengthen its undergraduate program.
Natoya Haskins will become co-director of the William & Mary Undergraduate Research Experience program in July.
Anne Charity Hudley is one of the authors of "The Indispensable Guide," along with Cheryl Dickter and Hannah Franz.
WMSURE, building a legacy of success