William & Mary alumna Jen Psaki '00 has been named the next White House press secretary by U.S. President-elect Joe Biden, who will take office in January.
Rebecca Green, co-director of W&M's Election Law Program, explains what comes next in the American democratic process.
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.
Sitting in his hotel room Thursday night, Nathan Knight finally had a chance to decompress. The previous 24 hours had been a blur, one that took him through two excruciating rounds of the NBA Draft before agreeing to terms with the Atlanta Hawks.
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.