The research sheds light on the behavior of young stars and its possible effects on planet formation.
The spring 2024 Tack Faculty Lecture, “A History of African American Theatre & Black Theater at William & Mary,” is scheduled for March 6.
Scholars from William & Mary and across the globe will engage the campus community as part of a new lecture series devoted to the Middle East.
W&M Professor Emeritus Terry Meyers donates collection on poet A.C. Swinburne to W&M Libraries.
W&M first-year seminar course explores neurochemical origins of mood and behavior.
The first large-scale analysis of its kind analyzed 2,060 House, Senate and presidential campaigns from the 2020 United States election cycle.
Associate Professor Jozef Dudek and Assistant Professor Christopher Monahan are among the leading scientists who developed national priorities for nuclear and particle physics.
The William & Mary Bray School Lab and the Williamsburg Bray School Initiative were featured on the TODAY Show as part of Black History Month.
Coastal landscapes facing the combined threats of sea-level rise and erosion are at risk of a diminished, fleeting blue carbon stock.
W&M scientists Andreas Stathopoulos and Gene Tracy reflect on two popular topics: science communication and the relationship between science and society.
It's a time of dramatic expansion for WMSURE, with 62 William & Mary Scholars Award recipients invited into the program this year — the largest group yet.
A look at books published by W&M faculty in 2023.
The textbook, "Statistical Modeling: Regression, Survival Analysis, and Time Series Analysis," will be used by students studying statistics, data science, operations research, economics and industrial engineering.
Broad species research aids in bird conservation and public awareness.
A passion for community-centered research among incoming William & Mary students helped triple this year’s enrollment in the Sharpe Community Scholars program.
The project explores a Goa that most tourists don’t see or even wonder about, but that is rich and complex and resilient.
Through his work on cod spawning locations, Garrett Bellin ’25 has become the go-to GIS expert for several partners in the fisheries industry.
Chancellor Professor of Hispanic Studies Silvia Tandeciarz shares her initial thoughts on Argentina's new president, Javier Milei.
The combination of pollution reduction practices and below-average rainfall result in a historically small dead zone.
IIC students collaborate with external partners in research projects designed to address conservation issues.
The Taylor Lab research on Pseudomonas aeruginosa contributes to the fight against antimicrobial resistance, a rising public health emergency.
Professor Greg Conradi Smith’s Science and Authority course aims to nurture scientifically literate citizen leaders.
Virginia Institute of Marine Science researchers found that, thanks to climate change, the relationship between crabs and plants is not always positive.
The hearing addressed “The Philosophy of AI: Learning from History, Shaping Our Future.”
The Charles Center continues to collaborate across campus to expand its journalism offerings to meet surging student demand.
The William & Mary team competed against hundreds of groups from around the world and earned multiple honors.
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.
Led by Assistant Provost for Entrepreneurship Graham Henshaw, William & Mary’s Entrepreneurship Hub has a focus that goes beyond startups; it’s about catalyzing entrepreneurial thinkers who take action.