Ted Decker '85 leads The Home Depot, the world's largest home improvement retailer.
Class of 1962 Professor of History Chitralekha Zutshi recently published "Sheikh Abdullah: The Caged Lion of Kashmir."
The Douglas N. Morton ’62 Alumni and Young Alumni Service Awards recognize alumni who are constantly working to engage and support alumni, connecting them to each other and the university.
Seven William & Mary undergraduate artists selected as 2023-2024 Catron Scholars will be featured in a special Andrews Gallery exhibition Feb. 19-23.
The 2024 Alumni Medallions were bestowed at a ceremony during Charter Day Weekend.
The Aprendiendo Juntos (or learning together) Project is a community-based initiative involving partnerships with Grove Christian Outreach Center, two local high schools and William & Mary undergraduate student volunteers.
W&M Professor Emeritus Terry Meyers donates collection on poet A.C. Swinburne to W&M Libraries.
The new semester brings with it a vast array of opportunities for people to enjoy the arts at William & Mary as the university continues its celebration of the Year of the Arts.
Kirsten Schimke Jones ’93 reflects on her journey from W&M volleyball star to helping families of young athletes create a supportive environment.
W&M Associate Professor Janise Parker’s latest project is a partnership with the Youth Volunteer Corps of Hampton Roads, specifically designed for students participating in its “Service Through STEM” Clubs.
Eric Despard, an experienced strategic leader in the arts and humanities, will report to the dean of Arts & Sciences and collaborate closely with faculty across campus to develop an integrated and forward-looking vision for…
Gift will transform locker rooms for the track & field and cross country programs.
TutorZone served a record-breaking number of students through support of the Parents Fund.
Looking for an engaging read? Check out these new titles from W&M alumni.
Coastal landscapes facing the combined threats of sea-level rise and erosion are at risk of a diminished, fleeting blue carbon stock.
William & Mary exceeds campaign goal for Athletics, strengthening support for athletes, coaches and staff.
Being an ‘outsider’ helped actor Stephanie Szostak ’94 find herself.
It's a time of dramatic expansion for WMSURE, with 62 William & Mary Scholars Award recipients invited into the program this year — the largest group yet.
New $1M gift benefits the W&M Athletics Complex, brings campaign total to $53M
The textbook, "Statistical Modeling: Regression, Survival Analysis, and Time Series Analysis," will be used by students studying statistics, data science, operations research, economics and industrial engineering.
William & Mary Law School, a pioneer in legal education, is making waves once again with the launch of its innovative Online Master of Legal Studies program.
To prioritize student well-being and foster a culture of rest and reflection on campus, the William & Mary Student Assembly has funded the purchase of two state-of-the-art Metronap Pods.
Nitya Labh ’22 and Alton Coston ’23 have been awarded one of the world’s most prestigious graduate fellowships.
Three longtime W&M supporters team up to transform Dillard Field for campuswide use, with gifts bringing the All In campaign total to more than $52 million.
A passion for community-centered research among incoming William & Mary students helped triple this year’s enrollment in the Sharpe Community Scholars program.
Co-owned by Jennifer Tepper Mackesy '91, NJ/NY Gotham FC won the 2023 National Women's Soccer League Championship.
The project explores a Goa that most tourists don’t see or even wonder about, but that is rich and complex and resilient.
Chancellor Professor of Hispanic Studies Silvia Tandeciarz shares her initial thoughts on Argentina's new president, Javier Milei.
The combination of pollution reduction practices and below-average rainfall result in a historically small dead zone.
Support from alumni brings total raised to more than $50 million as the clock ticks down.