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.
Michelle Erickson ’82 is creating an artwork grounded in William & Mary’s history.
With multiple keynotes, concurrent presentations by leaders in education and opportunities for interactive learning, the School-University Resource Network aims to create a national quality conference offered at a regional level.
Evan Turner, a student in the Online Military and Veterans Counseling program at William & Mary, has been named a 2023 Tillman Scholar.
Maj. Shannon Beydler Hillery '12 pivoted at W&M to become a Marine Corps judge advocate.
A group of lacrosse alumni gathered in the Shenandoah Valley to pay tribute to Devine and the impact he had on their lives.
The university holds the title as the No. 1 public for internships and alumni giving.
Underwater bay grasses are a vital part of the bay’s ecosystem.
Harris family establishes a study abroad scholarship to encourage William & Mary students to explore Spain’s Camino de Santiago.
Recipients are chosen based on academic performance, extracurricular community activities and service, outstanding character and other personal achievements.
Former W&M athlete Tiara "T" Cruse '06 plays a role in "record-breaking growth" of women's basketball as an NCAA and WNBA referee.
William & Mary welcomed 25 of Africa’s brightest, emerging civic leaders embarking on a six-week Leadership Program of the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders.
Three years after a global pandemic disrupted supply chains and caused production bottlenecks, the freight and logistics industry is looking to data analytics to identify opportunities to reshape operations.
Prioritizing inclusivity and community, the Class of 2023 led an innovative and successful Senior Class Gift campaign.
Three W&M alumni partner with friends to open Valley Road Vineyards.
Two grants from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation will strengthen partnerships with African organizations and expand data on Chinese financing.
W&M Weekend in San Francisco gathered the W&M community on the West Coast.
Philip Woodward ’01, J.D. ’04 is dedicated to making society work better for people with disabilities.
Bart Shepherd ’92 is saving the world's coral reefs by showing them off.
This spring’s honorees include Stephen Trefethen, lecturer in mathematics, and five student organizations.
Charles Grant '25 became the third William & Mary football player to donate bone marrow in the last decade.
Elizabeth Burgin was awarded the Association for Play Therapy Research Award after her groundbreaking finding that play therapy treats trauma from the largest play therapy study in existence today.
The archive includes materials from the tenure of former W&M Rector Jeff Trammell ‘73, who served as the first openly gay board chair of a major public university, and the Mattachine Society of Washington, D.C.
Alumni establish an endowment in honor of former Director of Choirs James Armstrong.
Research findings present new opportunities and challenges for coastlines.
Capt. Eric Evans ’09 founded Friendly Forces to help fellow reservists and National Guard members find work with companies that have supportive military leave policies.