The President's Office has gathered and categorized more than 700 data points in support of the strategic listening initiative examining W&M's role in the Future of Knowledge, Future of Work and Future of Service.
Internet-connected computing objects collectively known as smart home products have become increasingly popular with consumers. The systems provide a bridge between the digital and physical worlds, which is convenient for automation, but risky for security, a team of W&M researchers has found.
The William & Mary Symphony Orchestra received third place in the American Prize competition.
Aaron De Groft ‘88, director of William & Mary’s Muscarelle Museum of Art, has announced he will step down from the position at the end of the calendar year.
Since spring 2008, the Green Fee program has funded more than $1 million worth of sustainability projects led by W&M students, faculty and staff, representing different aspects of sustainability on campus.
Noah Lemos, Leslie and Naomi Legum Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at William & Mary, talks about his years working on the pesky problem of the repugnant conclusion.
A Nov. 12 symposium hosted by W&M Law School's Center for Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding, focused on the substantive constitutional work women have been doing for decades in countries recovering from conflict.
William Reay of William & Mary's Virginia Institute of Marine Science was honored with the highest award given by the National Estuarine Research Reserve System (NERRS) and its non-profit arm during their annual meeting in early November.
Jessica Stephens, visiting assistant professor of classical studies William & Mary, is teaching a new course on comparative slavery from ancient to modern times this semester.
The energy generated by mimicking photosynthesis has the potential to one day power everything from our electric grid to rockets, says William McNamara, an associate professor of chemistry at William & Mary.
At the fall's fourth listening initiative session, President Katherine A. Rowe reflected back to the university community several themes gleaned from the first three forums, and continued to listen as the discussion continued.
Marcus Holmes, associate professor of Government at William & Mary, has authored a new book, “Face to Face Diplomacy: Social Neuroscience and International Relations,” in which he credits social neuroscience for restoring face-to-face interaction as an effective diplomatic measure.
William & Mary’s recently established health & wellness program for faculty and staff has earned the university a state certification.