Rin Braxton '26 (far right) discusses methods of transcription in socio-linguistic research with members of William & Mary's Council of Arts & Sciences in a digital poster session in the fourth annual WMSURE Research Conference.
Research & Scholarship

WMSURE conference highlights self-evolution through research

More than 30 undergraduate presenters highlighted the role of mentored research in inspiring and driving their self-evolution, the theme of this year’s conference.
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Research & Scholarship

W&M undergraduate researchers take on climate change

Two William & Mary undergraduates are throwing their lab coats in the ring to identify potential solutions to the most pressing environmental concerns of our time.
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University News

A return for Willie Anne Wright ’45

William & Mary's Muscarelle Museum of Art acquires works by renowned pinhole photographer and painter whose talent was encouraged as a student.
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Truth and ‘Fiction’

Oscar winner Cord Jefferson ’04 shares career advice during the Ampersand International Arts Festival.
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University News

Tradition and generosity abound

More than $3.7M raised for over 880 designations across campus on One Tribe One Day.
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Research & Scholarship

New grant takes undergraduate researchers on the road

More than 20 William & Mary students have received Research in Motion travel grants since the Charles Center launched the program last fall to expand the impact and reach of undergraduate research. 
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University News

$30M gift to honor former U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Alumna’s investment will establish Robert M. Gates Hall, transforming William & Mary’s academic landscape and supporting collaborative research with global impact.
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It’s just rocket science

William & Mary alumnus Russell “Buzz” Wincheski joins the NASA Inventors Hall of Fame.
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Service & Community

The art and science of coffee

James Kroll '12 finds an appreciative customer base for Column 15 on campus and beyond.
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Research & Scholarship

Symposium to highlight graduate & honors research connections

More than 155 graduate and undergraduate honors students from William & Mary and several regional universities will present their groundbreaking research at the second annual Graduate & Honors Research Symposium in Sadler Center March 20-22.
Ted Decker

Home & hearth matter

Ted Decker '85 leads The Home Depot, the world's largest home improvement retailer.
Research & Scholarship

Q&A: W&M professor publishes highly-acclaimed biography

Class of 1962 Professor of History Chitralekha Zutshi recently published "Sheikh Abdullah: The Caged Lion of Kashmir."
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Service & Community

W&M presents 2024 alumni service awards

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.
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Research & Scholarship

Catron exhibition to feature student voices, creations

Seven William & Mary undergraduate artists selected as 2023-2024 Catron Scholars will be featured in a special Andrews Gallery exhibition Feb. 19-23.