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Research & Scholarship

Tracking terrorists … with math

While a grad student at W&M, USCG Commander Blair Sweigart M.S. ’14, Ph.D. ’19, used his knowledge of Network Location Theory to advance ways to track criminal, terrorist or dark networks.
Henry Rosovsky
Service & Community

Remembering Henry Rosovsky ’49

Henry Rosovsky ’49 was one of a handful of the most consequential leaders in American higher education during the last half of the 20th century. 
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Celebrate tradition with triple the impact

All gifts made online to any area at W&M on Giving Tuesday will be matched with a gift of double the amount (up to $500) to the Fund for William & Mary.
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Service & Community

Stewards of the Earth

A W&M alumni couple addresses social and environmental challenges through their Maryland farm.
Matt Brandon
University News

Matt Brandon ’92 to lead W&M Alumni Association

Brandon begins roles of associate vice president for alumni engagement and CEO of the W&M Alumni Association (WMAA) on Nov. 28.
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University News

VIMS begins preparing for new research building

Motorists on Route 17 through Gloucester Point will notice that preparation has begun for a new research building on the campus of W&M's Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
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Service & Community

Consider freedom of speech

Perspectives on how to hold difficult conversations with respect.
Stephanie Coleman Linnartz M.B.A. ’97

Extending hospitality

Stephanie Coleman Linnartz M.B.A. ’97 thinks creatively about what Marriott International can be.
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Service & Community

Investing in students, removing barriers

TutorZone offers free tutoring this academic year through the support of generous donors and the Parents Fund.
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Research & Scholarship

W&M expands global reach through $1.5M gift

New postdoctoral fellowship established by business executive Tom McInerney will fund international research, teaching and mentorship.
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Al Albert elected to United Soccer Coaches Hall of Fame

Former head men's soccer coach and W&M alumnus Al Albert '69, M.Ed. '71, was among four individuals elected as the newest members of the United Soccer Coaches Hall of Fame.
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Riding the startup wave

Brenton Woo '99 has developed a one-of-a-kind surfboard — now he's working to get it out into the world.
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Research & Scholarship

Foodways research reveals roots to community, place

A research team conducted oral histories of multiple members of the Highland Council of Descendant Advisors to document African American foodways traditions.
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Service & Community

Recognizing a legacy of service

Former FCC Chairman Michael K. Powell ’85, D.P.S. ’02, who served as William & Mary rector, is one of two alumni inducted into the 2022 U.S. Army ROTC Hall of Fame.
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Service & Community

Agents of change

Alumnae champion women’s health, rights and education in West Africa.
Peyman Jafari
Research & Scholarship

Protests in Iran: Q&A with Professor Peyman Jafari

Peyman Jafari, assistant professor of history and international relations at William & Mary, provides insights and context for the protests in Iran.