Versatile and interactive, the GIS-driven storymap may become the quintessential communication medium of the 21st century.
As we head into the holidays, W&M News spoke with Carrie Dolan, an epidemiologist, an assistant professor in health sciences and a member of William & Mary’s Public Health Advisory Board, about ways to enjoy the season safely.
Lessons from the fall will help university “flex new muscles” for adapting, teaching and social life amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Along with peers across the country, Anna Laws ’19 helped launch The FarmLink Project, a nonprofit that transports surplus produce from farms to food banks in need while restoring the jobs of farmers and truckers.
A team of undergraduates at William & Mary has earned high honors in the world’s largest synthetic biology competition for engineering a potential COVID-19 therapeutic.
As part of the sociology department’s Social Justice Policy Initiative at William & Mary, six students are doing internships this semester with three local organizations working in the areas of voter registration, legal redress, educational equity and African-American history.
At a time when social interactions are limited because of the COVID-19 pandemic, one-on-one sessions between students and peer consultants through the Writing Resources Center provide a valuable human connection.
For the third consecutive year, the university received the coveted Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine. W&M is featured in the November issue.
Shantá D. Hinton was a pioneer in the study of a group of enzymes known as pseudophosphatases, particularly one known as MK-STYX. Pseudophosphatases were long considered a research dead-end, but Hinton and a handful of other labs discovered that there was nothing pseudo about these proteins.
Shift to new habitat helps fiddler crabs leave some troubles behind.
William & Mary has the highest percentage of undergraduates participating in study-abroad programs compared to any other public university in the United States.
William & Mary's Branch Out Alternative Breaks adapted to still make a difference, despite the pandemic.
As William & Mary prepares to complete the fall semester, the university informed its community about a series of policies and public health measures that will be in place over winter break and the spring semester.