Assistant Professor Alexander Nwala introduces BLOC, a universal language framework that helps detect malicious activity.
A $5 million project selected for funding by the Department of Energy will be instrumental to accelerate a federal strategy aiming for commercial fusion energy.
William & Mary students will detail experiential learning participation at inaugural Internship & Applied Learning Showcase on Sept. 8 at the Sadler Center.
A dozen William & Mary study-abroad students were at the center of geopolitics, as the NATO Summit was held in Lithuania for the first time in history.
Research co-authored by William & Mary biologists and data scientists suggests that this iconic insect may be in less danger than we think.
Through the HyperStats summer program, undergraduates and high school students worked on real aerospace problems while enhancing their statistical and computing skills.
AidData researchers use massive cache of data from the lab’s broader China development finance project to shed light on potential for the country to establish multiple permanent overseas military bases for its maritime forces.
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.
How do Facebook and Instagram feeds impact political beliefs? William & Mary Government and Data Science Professor Jaime Settle helped answer that question as part of research collaboration with Meta.
A look at books published by W&M faculty in 2023.
Associate Professor Nick Balascio discusses a proposed new geological epoch while revealing a connection between its official marker Crawford Lake and Lake Matoaka.
Underwater bay grasses are a vital part of the bay’s ecosystem.
The research comes at a pivotal time as localities across the country grapple with the relatively new short-term rentals phenomenon and determine whether to allow or restrict leasing programs like Airbnb.
Katie Boyce M.A. ’19 wasn’t big into golf, but then her dissertation changed her world.
Two grants from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation will strengthen partnerships with African organizations and expand data on Chinese financing.
Joel S. Levine, research professor of applied science, discusses the impacts of wildfires on the global environment.
Conducted before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a research project led by AidData Director of Policy Analysis Samantha Custer, with the aid of William & Mary staff and students, answers critical questions about how the war…
Research findings present new opportunities and challenges for coastlines.
A team led by researchers at VIMS will use a $2.25 million grant o expand their efforts to restore seagrass and scallops to the seaside bays of Virginia’s Eastern Shore.
Adriano Marinazzo, curator of special projects at the Muscarelle Museum of Art, recently made headlines across the art world for a new theory about Michelangelo and his famous work "The Creation of Adam."
Zoha Siddiqui ’23 and Aubrey Lay ’23 served as co-directors of The Exodus Project, which is one of the student-run research programs currently ongoing at W&M’s Global Research Institute.
Three William & Mary undergraduates highlight the relationship between health and structural racial discrimination.
Through scholarship and a series of events, a faculty-led research team aspires to bring attention to the U.S.-Japan baseball connection and its impact on the countries’ relations off the diamond.
Seven William & Mary students will spend the summer in Honolulu, Hawaii, where they will analyze and support the implementation of United States defense policy.
The Reves Center for International Studies has awarded the 2023 Reves and Drapers’ Faculty Fellowships to five William & Mary professors.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has recommended William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science as home base for a new national program focused on protecting U.S. coastal waters from derelict fishing gear.
Since the book's release, Bellin has established himself as a sought-after voice in the national conversation about criminal justice and sentencing reform.
The sudden and prolonged drop in visitors to one of the world’s most popular snorkeling spots provided scientists with a novel opportunity to study how underwater tourism impacts marine fishes.