Laurie Sanderson is introducing her BIOL 456 students to 21st century concepts, skills and techniques using the tools and expertise in William & Mary’s makerspace facilities in Swem Library and Small Hall.
W&M Vice President for Student Affairs Ginger Ambler plays numerous roles in a community theater presentation of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol."
The event bought together faculty, staff, students, alumni and community members and featured the highly anticipated Yule Log debut of President Katherine A. Rowe.
A William & Mary student is expected to be featured on NBC’s TODAY show as part of its weeklong series “Faithful.”
Annie Blazer, associate professor of religious studies at William & Mary, spent her research leave embedding herself in religious communities in her own neighborhood of Richmond's East End.
Williamsburg resident Kris Costa has created a gingerbread version of the Sir Christopher Wren Building, the oldest college building still standing in the United States. Her work is on display at Governor's Land at Two Rivers Country Club.
Grace Perkins ’14 is part of a U.S. government–led initiative to enable electricity access in sub-Saharan Africa by adding 30,000 megawatts of power generation and connecting 60 million new households and businesses to power by 2030.
Stephen Sheehi, Sultan Qaboos bin Said Chair of Middle East Studies and director of the AMES program, organized the "Great W&M Asia Cook Off."
The William & Mary Symphony Orchestra received third place in the American Prize competition.
Internet-connected computing objects collectively known as smart home products have become increasingly popular with consumers. The systems provide a bridge between the digital and physical worlds, which is convenient for automation, but risky for security, a team of W&M researchers has found.
The President's Office has gathered and categorized more than 700 data points in support of the strategic listening initiative examining W&M's role in the Future of Knowledge, Future of Work and Future of Service.
Aaron De Groft ‘88, director of William & Mary’s Muscarelle Museum of Art, has announced he will step down from the position at the end of the calendar year.
Since spring 2008, the Green Fee program has funded more than $1 million worth of sustainability projects led by W&M students, faculty and staff, representing different aspects of sustainability on campus.