Voices is a weekly professional development series focused on considering the future of the American university.

The purpose is three-fold:

  • to gain greater insight into what various W&M stakeholders predict will be the role of the American public university in the next few decades;
  • to bring together faculty, staff, students, and community to discuss a topic of shared interest;
  • to develop more understanding of the complexity of each of our roles in the university setting (professor, administrator, student, alumni, etc) in an environment of shared intellectual endeavor.

 Faculty, administrators, staff, and students gather to consider the guiding question along with related questions. Everyone is welcome to attend but advance sign up is required and slots fill quickly. To register clink on the link or email Krista Schroth at klschroth@email.wm.edu


Tuesday, Jan 28, 1230 -130 pm
Future of American Higher Education- First Generation/Low-Income Students
Tuesday, Feb 4, 1230 - 130 pm 
Future of American Higher Education - Student Veterans
Thursday, Feb 20, 1230 - 130 pm 
Future of American Higher Education - Leadership Education
Thursday, Feb 27, 1230 - 130 pm 
Future of American Higher Education - Dialogue and Discussion
All meetings will take place in the Board of Visitors Dining Room in Blow Hall, 3rd floor