The William & Mary alumna and former U.S. Women's National Team head soccer coach will be inducted into the hall of fame.
The Reading Specialist Certificate, developed by Literacy Leadership Program Coordinator Denise Johnson, addresses a statewide shortage of reading specialists.
The inaugural “Citizen Lawyers in Action” event, a collaborative effort between William & Mary Law School’s Institute of Bill of Rights Law and the Virginia Law Foundation, promises a unique insight into bipartisan cooperation on…
William & Mary is first among public universities in the nation in study-abroad participation according to the Open Doors 2023 Report on International Educational Exchange.
Virginia Institute of Marine Science researchers found that, thanks to climate change, the relationship between crabs and plants is not always positive.
"Veterans Expressions: An Exhibition of Art from W&M's Veteran-to-Executive Transition Program" is currently on display in the Hart Gallery at the Sadler Center through Dec. 8.
The hearing addressed “The Philosophy of AI: Learning from History, Shaping Our Future.”
The Troops to Teachers program provides a wealth of resources for veterans seeking fulfilling second careers in education, opening doors for service members and improving outcomes for students.
Alumna’s widower and friends establish fund to provide need-based support for students from the Portsmouth, Virginia, region
The Charles Center continues to collaborate across campus to expand its journalism offerings to meet surging student demand.
New AidData flagship report and dataset show China is refocusing time and money on troubled projects, distressed borrowers and sources of public backlash in effort to de-risk its portfolio and out-maneuver G7 competitors.
The grant will support one of the program’s signature projects, a state election law “eBenchbook” that contextualizes election statutes in all 50 states.
More than 4,000 members of the W&M community returned to campus for the festivities.
Sheridan Brummett '26 doesn't let Type 1 diabetes hold her back from playing soccer.
True multidisciplinary collaboration is at the heart of what is now known as the Nepal Water Initiative.
$2.5M scholarship and applied learning gift will open doors for Pell Grant-eligible students from outside Virginia
William & Mary faculty member brings together Indigenous chefs to spark conversations about community, identity and the role of food in advancing Indigenous sovereignty.
$1.5M grant from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation supports William & Mary research lab’s efforts to inform the design and delivery of foreign aid and credit to the Global South, and give leaders and…
Since its inception, the center has been meeting the needs of students and teachers through curriculum, research, professional development and programs for children.
In summer 2023, the Charles Center launched a new initiative, the City Research Scholars Internship, offering mentored-research opportunities with five local nonprofits and the City of Williamsburg.
Undergraduate researchers representing 45 different majors in the arts & humanities, social sciences and STEM-related disciplines presented their findings at William & Mary's 2023 Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Artwork by Michelle Erickson ’82 commemorates the university’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The mission of OMVA is to provide dedicated, focused and holistic support to students at William & Mary Law School who are veterans, active duty or reserve forces personnel.
As vehicles gather and transmit vast amounts of data, it raises important questions about individual privacy, security and the need for regulatory oversight.
Bridging the Gap is designed in response to the profound learning challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Julia Kosich donated bone marrow to her brother Webb Kosich '26, who had developed a blood disorder.
Award-winning actor Glenn Close ’74, D.A. ’89, H.F. ’19 is returning to her alma mater for a series of special events during Homecoming & Reunion Weekend, Oct. 19-22.
The associate vice president for annual giving and philanthropic engagement is responsible for the innovative strategic design, development and implementation of all aspects of the university’s Annual Giving Program.
His dual roles perfectly reflect a motto of the Reserves — “Twice the Citizen” — captured in the two-headed eagle that adorns the official shoulder sleeve insignia of the U.S. Army Reserve Command.
Focusing on excellence, W&M Dining builds a community-focused dining experience.