William & Mary President Katherine A. Rowe delivered a powerful and personal talk about the challenges and opportunities for women’s leadership on Tuesday evening as the first invited speaker in the School of Education’s 2018-2019 Diversity Lecture Series.
The entire William & Mary and local communities are invited to participate in a wide variety of events, including the annual Homecoming Parade, which will take place Friday, Oct. 19 at 4:30 p.m.
In the run-up to this year’s Homecoming, William & Mary’s Department of Geology will be hosting a homecoming of their own to celebrate the department’s students and alumnae who identify as female.
The sundial area near Swem Library has been named in honor of the first woman member of William & Mary’s Board of Visitors, Mary-Cooke Branch Munford.
U.S. Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden visited William & Mary Sept. 28, 2018.
More than 470 alumnae, family and friends gathered on campus for the weekend, a signature event in the yearlong commemoration of 100 years of coeducation at William & Mary.
When women came to the university, Mary didn’t just join William, she saved William.
The Tack Faculty Lecture on Oct. 9 will be delivered by Anne Rasmussen, professor of music and ethnomusicology and the Bickers Professor of Middle Eastern studies at William & Mary. She'll strip away the many misconceptions Westerners hold about music, women and the Muslim world.
Alpha Psi Omega, William & Mary’s theatre honor fraternity based out of the theatre, speech and dance department, hosted the annual 24 Hour Play Festival this past weekend.
It wasn’t William & Mary’s first Opening Convocation ceremony, but firsts were front and center at the Aug. 29 event in the Wren Yard.
This school year marks the 100th anniversary of William & Mary becoming the first public coeducational university in the commonwealth. The university is celebrating with a series of special events.
Rep. Stephanie Murphy ’00 (D-Fla.), the first Vietnamese-American woman elected to U.S. Congress, will welcome William & Mary’s newest students to campus and help launch the 100th anniversary of women at William & Mary during the university’s 2018 Opening Convocation ceremony.
Two plaques, one honoring African-Americans and the other recognizing women, were unveiled and dedicated Thursday afternoon during a ceremony held at what many consider the most important building on campus.
The Wren Building will soon bear two new plaques honoring William & Mary’s first women and African-American residential students.
Plans are well underway for a celebration, commemoration and exploration honoring the 100th anniversary of women students at W&M