William & Mary President Katherine A. Rowe discussed leadership during a pandemic during her latest virtual community conversation Oct. 20 as she hosted Education Dean Rob Knoeppel, Law School Dean A. Benjamin Spencer and Arts & Sciences Dean Maria Donoghue Velleca.
When schools transitioned to online learning in March, ESL and bilingual education teachers adapted instruction to keep students engaged as well as their families.
South Sawtooth Lake on Canada’s Ellsmere Island is deep, cold and filled with answers for climate-change scientists.
This fall, as new students began classes at William & Mary for the first time and returning students adjusted to a semester unlike any other, they were joined by three new faces — William & Mary’s new deans of the Arts & Sciences, Law School and School of Education.
The university is reinstating Women’s Gymnastics, Women’s Swimming and Women’s Volleyball, which will continue as Division I varsity sports. By reinstating these sports, William & Mary will make significant progress toward achieving equity in participation in 2021-22.
Partnership with W&M will be the first of its kind for students in Virginia who will receive scholarships and work together in virtual cohorts prior to their enrollment
In the face of the stress and uncertainty of living through a pandemic, William & Mary has adapted its programs and services to offer expanded mental health and wellness resources.
Potluck dinners are a staple of the true college experience, particularly for international students. When the repercussions of the pandemic hit full force, faculty had to get creative about sharing meals as a community.
John Wells to retire at the end of the academic year, a national search for the next dean and director will be conducted.
From professional football to board game design, William & Mary faculty partake in a wide array of pastimes to get away from the daily grind.
Publicly addressing the William & Mary community for the first time since being named interim athletics director, Jeremy Martin outlined how a financial crisis led to the decision announced Sept. 3 to discontinue seven varsity sports. He also vowed to meet with those affected and listen to any ideas they might have.
All three of William & Mary Professor Joan Gavaler’s dance classes this semester have a mix of in-person and remote students. This has made for challenging, but refreshing, turns in adapting her teaching.
Jeremy Martin knows as well as anyone -- and more than most -- that the next few months will be critical for William & Mary Athletics.