American Studies Graduate Student Organization
Advisor: Rich Lowry
American Studies Graduate Student Organization
Purpose: To further undergraduates' interest in anthropology and enrich their experience in the discipline-- both in the classroom and in the field.
Advisor: Jonathan Glasser
Anthropology Graduate Student Collective
Purpose: Promotes the unification of the anthropology graduate student body, promotes good relations and communication between graduate students and the anthropology faculty, and provides an open forum for the presentation of scholarly research and discussion. The AGSC also provides moral and professional support to its members and fosters a healthy and effective learning and socializing environment.
Applied Mathematics Club
Purpose: To help interested students learn how mathematics can be applied outside the classroom and facilitate their transition into jobs and careers that will require the mathematical skills they developed at W&M.
Association for Computing Machinery
Purpose: Promotes an increased knowledge of the science, design, development, construction, languages, and application of modern computing machinery and promotes a greater interest in computing machinery and its applications. Provides intellectual and social opportunities for people interested in the discipline of computer science.
Advisor: Debbie Noonan
Association for Information Technology
Purpose: Provides experience and knowledge in the field of Information Technology through software demonstrations, speaker presentations and special projects. Members are also able to attend local chapter meetings and national conventions and are also eligible to join professional chapter after graduation.
Advisor: Gigi Kelly
Purpose: The purpose of the biology club is to advance awareness and appreciation of the biological sciences. Sponsoring lectures and interaction with faculty facilitates this objective. Also, recreational activities in ecological science such as hiking and kayaking are organized.
Purpose: Serves as a social outlet for anyone interested in chemistry. Annual receptions are held every fall and spring for majors and talks are given at evening meetings on career opportunities. Fund raisers include test sales, t-shirt sales, and the annual spring magic show.
Advisor: John Poutsma
Classical Studies Club
Purpose: To encourage interest in the languages and cultures of ancient Greece and Rome through organized activities.
Advisor: Georgia Irby-Massie
Computer Science Graduate Student Association
Purpose: Promotes good communication skills and competitive debate.
Drop Table Programming Guild
Purpose: The purpose of this organization it to bring together Computer Science students, programmers and software designers in a fun environment to enhance their skills and develop projects outside of an academic setting.
Purpose: The William & Mary Economics Club will have four purposes of existence, as follows: To provide a forum to the William & Mary Community for discussing economic issues of all types. To provide students with the opportunity to associate and interact with the economics faculty and department outside of the classroom. To increase students’ understanding of economics. To increase the level of interest of economics on the campus of William & Mary.
Purpose: A forum and resource for members who are interested in English and related fields.
Purpose: Serves to instill camaraderie among geology majors and to encourage professional development.
Advisor: Heather McDonald
Graduate Public Policy Association
Advisor: Elaine McBeth
Health Careers Club
Purpose: Provides information to prospective health professionals concerning professional schools, graduate school, and employment; and that provides opportunities for the exchange of ideas and mutual support.
Advisor: Beverly Sher
History Graduate Student Association
Purpose: Encourages professionalism among history graduate students by providing a forum for the presentation of scholarly work, by sponsoring speakers and by promoting good relations between students and faculty.
Master of Accounting Program – Macc Council
Purpose: The MAcc Council exists to serve students enrolled in the Mason School of Business, Master of Accounting Program at The College of William & Mary. The primary functions of the MAcc Council are to plan and organize activities and events for MAcc students and in conjunctions with the Mason Development team to oversee the class gift campaign. The activities sponsored by the Council will incorporate at least one act of service or fundraising effort on behalf of a charity each year.
Purpose: Aims to foster an environment in which philosophy and non-philosophy majors alike can collectively explore philosophical topics that may not be covered in class or may be of particular interest to members. The club also occasionally sponsors speaking engagements and social events.
Physics Graduate Student Association
Purpose: To provide a forum for physics graduate students and to promote good relations with the Physics faculty.
Russian Studies Club
Purpose: Sponsors cultural events, Russian discussion groups, and a seminar.
Advisor: Bella Ginzbursky-Blum
Society of Physics Students
Purpose: The Society of Physics Students exists to promote fellowship and community between physics undergraduates, as well as further physics outreach to the greater William & Mary community. The Society of Physics Students also offers free, weekly tutoring services to students of all majors taking introductory physics courses.
Theatre Students Association
Purpose: Provides a social, intellectual, and creative outlet for all students interested in Theatre. Events sponsored include the annual Fire and Brimstone Costume Ball, workshops, speakers, and trips to New York City.
Advisor: Steve Holliday
Wayne F. Gibbs Account Society
Purpose: The Society shall facilitate the communication of important information to the students, provide opportunities for interaction with the faculty, bring to campus guests with academic and professional experience, and provide an opportunity to know and work with the other students at the College, thus contributing to the strength of the Accounting Programs.