Preparation and flexibility will be key to this spring’s in-person learning experience at William & Mary amid the evolving pandemic, according to the university’s latest Community Conversation.
The Chesapeake Bay is on track to experience extreme hear for half of each year.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has chosen a computer model developed by researchers at William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science as its next-generation tool for managing Chesapeake Bay restoration in an era of rapid climate change.
The center brings together faculty members and students for programs and events, cultivating research teams to dig into social challenges and drawing in alumni and others who are drawn to the work.
Joining the philosophy faculty at William & Mary last year, assistant professor Laura Guerrero brought new areas of expertise and enthusiasm for sharing them. She specializes in Buddhist and comparative philosophies.
Alexander Lazarus Wolff ’23 has more than 17 poems published or scheduled for publication in literary magazines, including multiple selections on The Best American Poetry website.
As schools nationwide struggle with staff shortages, policymakers and school divisions are seeking ways to bolster the teacher pipeline and provide deeper support for preservice and novice teachers.
Plasma is the fourth state of matter, occupying a spot beyond solids, liquids and gases — and Saskia Mordijck says plasma needs more attention.
Michael Seiler, professor of real estate and finance at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business discusses his newly published research addressing the unintended consequences of the CARES Act.
Lawrence B. Pulley ’74, longtime dean of William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business and an academic and administrative leader at the university for more than three decades, has announced his plans to retire on June 30, 2022.
Students are now living in a culturally and linguistically diverse world and our education systems are making strides to embrace it through the development and implementation of dual language programs.
Glenn Youngkin, Virginia’s governor-elect, will speak at William & Mary’s 2022 Charter Day ceremony, slated for Feb. 11 in Kaplan Arena.
Jamel K. Donnor, an associate professor in the School of Education with faculty affiliations in American Studies, Asian & Pacific Islander American (APIA) Studies and the William & Mary Law School’s Center for Racial & Social Justice, has been named a top Edu-Scholar by Education Week.