David Armstrong studies a phenomenon that is ubiquitous in nature, yet only a few non-scientists know what it is.
William & Mary students majoring in any subject will once again have the opportunity to live and work in East Asia this summer, thanks to a grant from the Freeman Foundation.
William & Mary earns the top spot for study abroad for the second consecutive year.
William & Mary President Katherine A. Rowe today announced the adoption of the university’s first long-range, comprehensive Sustainability Plan.
William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business announced a $1 million commitment from Dan Akerson and his late wife, Karin Akerson, to create a scholarship for students who are active duty or veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces enrolled in the business school.
A W&M professor spent two years researching people who have managed to significantly reduce their spending and consumption.
What traditionally was known as women’s studies has changed and evolved, leading William & Mary’s Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies Program to do the same.
If there was one underlying current to William & Mary Law School’s sixth annual Virginia Coastal Policy Center Conference on “Building a Resilient Virginia,” it was collaboration.
Lucy Greenman '22, a 1693 Scholar, has found a warm, respectful reception at William & Mary for her Jewish religion and her music.
Chon Glover received the Eldridge W. Roark, Jr. Meritorious Service Award during the university’s Omicron Delta Kappa Eta Circle initiation ceremony in the Wren Chapel Oct. 19.
Visiting Professor of English Kevin Kritsch and Professor Suzanne Hagedorn of Medieval and Renaissance studies accompanied students to Norfolk to see the world’s largest Viking sailing ship built in modern times. The excursion lent rarely available texture to their studies.
On Nov. 3, the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture at William & Mary organized a Wikistorm, a massive Wikipedia editing effort, to increase the number of pages about women.
A new partnership between Lancaster County Schools and William & Mary’s Center for Innovation in Learning Design will help teachers and administrators re-imagine their curriculum, incorporate project-based learning and inspire deeper learning