Carrie Dolan, kinesiology and health sciences professor at William & Mary, has a unique perspective on being a student during a crisis and having to leave campus behind.
Professors examine best practices for online instruction and students consider new habits for learning, all the while considering the unique challenges that everybody is facing.
Yoga, meditation, knitting therapy and other wellness activities are still available for members of the William & Mary community.
Emergency funds support W&M students and faculty during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Adwait Jog, an assistant professor in William & Mary’s Department of Computer Science, is working to make computers more efficient by improving the architecture of the machines, necessary for computational handling of projects ranging from machine learning to genomics.
Rowe and special guests speak of healthy ways to deal with the stress and uncertainty that have risen so quickly during ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
An entrepreneurial, engineering-based mindset allowed one William & Mary class to make a real contribution to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic during its second week of online instruction.
Some good news: The eagle population of the James River alone has exceeded the repopulation goal for the entire Chesapeake Bay.
Valuable learning opportunities arise even from a crisis and they will shape the way forward, William & Mary President Katherine A. Rowe said during a virtual community conversation broadcast from the President’s House on March 27.
Michelle Lelièvre, associate professor of anthropology and American studies at William & Mary, was recently named a Frederick Burkhardt Fellow by the American Council of Learned Societies.
Technology will help W&M students finish the school year. It's also how the Tribe's 18 head coaches and their staff will stay in touch with their athletes.
Specializing in game play and how it helps us with communication, William & Mary Senior Lecturer of Speech Michele King makes playing board games part of her students' classroom experience.
William & Mary’s move to modified academic operations is prompting departments to look into alternative ways of conducting dissertation defenses of Ph.D. candidates.