Associate professor of art history Xin Conan-Wu describes the scope of the new student-curated exhibition at the Muscarelle Museum of Art. ( See https://muscarelle.wm.edu/ )
Gerard Chouin, associate professor of history, discusses Covid-19 in terms of a broad history of pandemics.
Three W&M international students share their thoughts on the pandemic, their lives and graduation.
Students in William & Mary's Egyptological club translate, under the direction of history professor Jeremy Pope, ancient Egyptian texts.
Members of the student group Griffin Bhangra dance during the 2022 Charter Day ceremony at William & Mary. (For more info, see https://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2020/the-long-view-wm-celebrates-its-history-while-planning-for-the-future.php.)
Dr. David Dafashy, medical director and staff physician at the W&M Wellness Center, discusses the coronavirus outbreak.
Syrian rapper Omar Offendum joined W&M's Middle Eastern Music Ensemble in rehearsal and performance.
Freeman Fellow Caleb Turner '20 discusses his experience as a marketing intern for Beijing's Jing-A Brewery. Learn more about the Freeman Intern Fellowship program at William & Mary: https://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2019/eight-weeks-in-asia-give-wm-fellows.php
W&M professor of theatre Leah Glenn reflects the experiences of a student dance team she led to Cape Town.
Community members end the semester with music in the "gamelan garage."
Selected images from the 2019 study-abroad photo competition hosted by the Reves Center for International Studies at William & Mary.
W&M senior Harrison Feiner looks across musical styles to inform his own compositions.
Professor Stephen Sheehi's students compete in a cook-off competition.
Doctoral student Toni Gay discusses the impact of creating a "transmedia" project during a recent study-abroad trip to Ireland under the direction of Pamela Eddy, professor of higher education.
Anne Rasmussen delivers the Fall 2018 Tack Faculty Lecture at William & Mary.
W&M professor of history Chitralekha Zutshi discusses her new book "Kashmir: History, Politics, Representation."
W&M assistant professor of religious studies Oludamini Ogunnaike attempts to bring the genre to a wider audience.
Associate professor of sociology Deenesh Sohoni discusses how groups arguing for a restrictionist immigration policy create alternative numbers.
A peek inside the open house hosted by W&M's Japanese Cultural Association.
Sasha Prokhorov, associate professor of Russian, and Cindy Centeno, media specialist, led a study-abroad trip to St. Petersburg with an emphasis on creating video documentaries. (Features soundtrack by the W&M Russian Music Ensemble.)
W&M dance students rehearse under the direction of renowned Indian artist Laxmi Narayan Tripathi.
Lianghao Liu leads a martial-arts class during the Confucius Institute's Chinese Culture Summer Camp.
The W&M Choir and Botetourt Chamber Singers went to South Africa for their 2017 international tour.
The Music of India Ensemble benefits from the teaching of master musician Irfan Khan during its final class session of 2017.
TheTribeHacks event at W&M keeps the university 'in touch' with the global computing community.
Assistant professor of world theatre Claire Pamment discusses her documentary project that helps a transgender community in Pakistan extend its public expression.
Francie Cate-Arries, W&M professor of Hispanic studies, led her students to create English subtitles for the documentary "Three Days in July."
Scenes from the Reves Center's annual pumpkin-carving event.
Michael Luchs, associate professor of marketing and director of the Mason School's Jim and Bobbie Ukrop Innovation & Design Studio, conducts a class in observation.
W&M students travel around the world during the summer months.
Professor Francis Tanglao-Aguas dedicated a recent performance by W&M's Asian Dance Theatre to peace.
Students in the New Media Workshop under the direction of Ann Marie Stock and Troy Davis discuss their trip to Cuba.
Senior W&M administrators discuss the university's unique commitment to engaging an increasingly interconnected world.
On the 20th anniversary of the Dayton Peace Accords, W&M students remain committed to fostering peace amidst persistent tensions.
Assistant professor of government Phil Roessler describes a multi-partnered project to gauge the effect of cell phones on the gender gap in Tanzania.
Naiwen Tian '16 shares one of her poems written during a trip to Tibet.
Monica Seger, assistant professor of Italian studies at William and Mary, discusses her new book "Landscapes in Between: Environmental Change in Modern Italian Literature and Film."
Three of the 40 students who traveled from Beijing Normal University in China to study this summer at William & Mary discuss their experiences.
Professor Jeremy Stoddard (School of Education) is leading graduate students to study an effort in Singapore to introduce inquiry-based education principles to the study of history in museums.
Students confront the complex issues of migration while visiting the U.S.-Mexican border.
William Fisher, professor of anthropology, and Jonathan Arries, professor of Hispanic studies, discuss teaching students on the U.S.-Mexican border.
A look at some of the student-created wall murals inside the university's Russian House.
Visiting assistant professor of anthropology Ali Colleen Neff is teaching the first African-based language course at the university.
Two-time Iron Chef winner Katsuya Fukushima, owner of Daikaya in Washington, D.C., demonstrates medieval Arab cooking in professor Stephen Sheehi's "Culture and Arab Food" class.
W&M professor of higher education Pamela Eddy discusses her recent trip to Italy.
The W&M community celebrates the Chinese mid-autumn festival.The event was organized by the William & Mary Confucius Institute and the university's Chinese Language House, Chinese Students and Scholars Association, Chinese Student Organization, Chinese Undergraduate Students Association and the Asian Law Students Association.
Ability to track Chinese international development aid has been considered the "holy grail" for aid organizations worldwide. W&M-based AidData, now, is doing just that.
W&M cast members appear in early rehearsals for Sitayana, a play by professor Francis Tanglao-Aguas and the Asian Performance Ensemble to be presented at PBK beginning April 18, 2013 through April 21, 2013. http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2013/sitayana-production-allows-students-to-become-the-teachers123.php
Irfan Khan, primary sitar and sarod teacher with the Afghanistan National Institute of Music, holds a master class with W&M assistant professor of music Max Katz.
Study-abroad students at the College of William & Mary were encouraged to collect video during their overseas learning adventures for inclusion in the Williamsburg Global Symphony project.