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Undergraduate Research Month

William & Mary is excited to showcase undergraduate research throughout the month of April. This year, Undergraduate Research Month 2.0 will feature both virtual and in-person options for students to show their work. 

The Campus Compost Initiative Needs YOU!

Isabella Chalfant ’22 writes about her work on expanding the compost program on campus as well as educational initiatives that discuss the importance of composting and how the process works. Check it out!

Going Green: Sustainable Career Development for the Green & Gold

Charles Pritz '23 worked with the Cohen Career center to conducte an assessment of their Green Careers Program and develop recommendations on how that program can adapt to better fulfill the needs of William & Mary students interested in careers in sustainability and the environmental sphere. Read more!

Counting Carbon for Campus Sustainability

Zoey Mondshine ’21 leads a project on completing the W&M Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory for Fiscal Year 2019, writing up reports to account for changes in reporting, student population, and the physical size of W&M. Learn more!

Solar Accessibility for Low- to Moderate-Income Communities

Emma Rebour '21 discusses her research on how solar energy can be made more accessible to low- and moderate-income populations through her research with Solar United Neighbors, a nonprofit committed to the equitable distribution of solar energy. Check it out!

Diving Deep: A Fresh Look at Internships & Fellowship Opportunities

Collen Norton '21 writes about her research internship with the Sea Grant and Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) and her work on the project COME IN (Coastal, Ocean, and Marine Enterprise Inclusion and Network-building). Read more!