The Reves Center for International Studies and the Center for Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding at William & Mary Law School have announced that Nagwan Soliman is the 2022 Kraemer Middle East Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence.
If you can schedule rides using an app, why not tennis games? That was the thinking behind creation of a platform launched in 2017 by Paul Stratta ’85 and his then-teenage daughter, Manuka, with assistance…
New support for William & Mary’s Global Research Institute (GRI) totaling $1.9 million will enhance the university’s ability to address critical international challenges such as the changing role of the U.S. in geopolitics, conflict and…
The Lemon Scholarship will provide need-based scholarship support for students who are descendants of enslaved persons in the U.S., or who have a demonstrated historic connection to slavery.
W&M Women's Gymnastics Head Coach Kelsey Hinton hopes to see diversity increase in gymnastics.
Anthropology Assistant Professor Mara Dicenta is planning to work in Virginia with scientists and Indigenous communities, starting with a project to restore river herring and bring to light traditional ecological knowledge.
Melissa J. Moore ’84, Candice Malone Long M.B.A. ’96 and Colleen Gorman ’95 have played an integral part in making their companies’ COVID-19 vaccines available to the public.
William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science has issued its annual sea-level “report cards,” which provide U.S. coastal communities from Maine to Alaska with a localized projection of sea-level change to 2050.
A long-term study in the Southern Ocean reveals a clear correlation between warming waters, decreased sea ice, and reduced abundance of Antarctic silverfish.
Meet this year’s recipients, who represent outstanding commitment, dedication and assistance to William & Mary; exemplary accomplishments in their professional lives; and leadership in civic engagement in their communities.
The Bengals have had a meteoric rise over the past two seasons, and three W&M football alums have been a part of it. Mark Duffner '75 is a senior defensive assistant, Robert Livingston '10 is…
Award-winning photojournalist Brendan Hoffman ’02 documents ordinary lives caught up in extraordinary circumstances
Pamela Harris Ph.D. ’16 is a published YA (young adult) novelist and a counselor educator at William & Mary, fulfilling both sides of her dream to support youth through counseling and writing.
Through a new partnership with William & Mary Law School, two doctoral students from the School of Education’s Holmes Scholars program are developing and teaching an English language preparatory course for newly-arrived international students in…
William & Mary’s NSIN: Hacking 4 Defense class gives students a chance to tackle real-world challenges in the Department of Defense and intelligence communities.
Rob Estes ’74, P ’06 and Webb Estes ’06, M.Acc. ’07 discuss the effects of the pandemic and what’s next for Estes Express Lines.
The Chesapeake Bay is on track to experience extreme heat for half of each year.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has chosen a computer model developed by researchers at William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science as its next-generation tool for managing Chesapeake Bay restoration in an era of…
The center brings together faculty members and students for programs and events, cultivating research teams to dig into social challenges and drawing in alumni and others who are drawn to the work.
As schools nationwide struggle with staff shortages, policymakers and school divisions are seeking ways to bolster the teacher pipeline and provide deeper support for preservice and novice teachers.
Michael Seiler, professor of real estate and finance at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business discusses his newly published research addressing the unintended consequences of the CARES Act.
Students are now living in a culturally and linguistically diverse world and our education systems are making strides to embrace it through the development and implementation of dual language programs.
George Miller ’67, M.S. ’69, Ph.D. ’72 was honored with the John S. Foster Medal for his contributions to national security.
The university announced this fall that Barbara O. Forth would become William & Mary's inaugural Chief Data Officer.
Digging around between the seats of her car, looking for a missing key fob, Katelyn Manigly made an interesting discovery — a long-lost William & Mary class ring.