W&M Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center has partnered with several black churches in Williamsburg to add their records to the library’s special collections.
Perspectives on how to hold difficult conversations with respect.
TutorZone offers free tutoring this academic year through the support of generous donors and the Parents Fund.
What role does the media play in democracy in the U.S. and around the globe? What is the greatest threat to democracy today? Those were just two of the questions explored during this presidential conversation,…
Addie Puskar, a graduate student and starting defender on the women's soccer team at William & Mary, is a survivor.
Philip Andoh ’22, a Gold Bar Recruiter at William & Mary, credits the university for setting him on a ‘path of long-term self-development.’
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.
Alumnae champion women’s health, rights and education in West Africa.
Williamsburg students attended a camp this past summer at William & Mary designed to bring mathematics learning to life through the creation of an art mural.
Co-chairs update the community on where the university's Democracy Initiative stands and how to get involved in its upcoming plans.
S. Douglas Bunch '02, J.D. '06, has been appointed a representative of the United States to the 77th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations.
The award is presented each year to one student and one faculty or staff member “who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to service and made a significant and measurable impact on our community.”
An experimental summer camp developed by researchers at the William & Mary School of Education is exploring innovative ways to encourage more students from underrepresented groups to pursue STEM careers.
During a recent trip to Poland, Ola Pozor ’19, an undergraduate admission counselor at William & Mary, volunteered to help Ukrainian refugees displaced by the Russian invasion.
After graduating from W&M Law School, each joined the U.S. foreign service and has represented American interests in a variety of countries.
Lev Kazakov M.B.A. ’22, a Russian citizen, and Brenden Volk ’20, M.B.A. ’22, whose parents are from Ukraine, stand united in their opposition to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war machine.
Steve Huebner '76 recently underwent a successful kidney transplant. Without his William & Mary family, he very likely would still be on the waiting list.
William & Mary Sustainability has announced the Green Fee awards for the 2021-2022 academic year.
For Paul Carlino J.D. ’98 and Rebecca Eichler J.D. ’98, what started out as a dream and a poster board collage in their kitchen turned into a life-changing, cross-continent road trip from Virginia to Panama.
Virginia’s Secretary of Health and Human Resources John E. Littel and Secretary of Education Aimee Rogstad Guidera launched their statewide listening tour on mental health at William & Mary’s campus Sunday.
Architect Brian Court ’96 shares his perspective on sustainable building design.
Several William & Mary alumni assist in making a difference in war-torn Ukraine.
Andrew Corso, a doctoral candidate at William & Mary's Virginia Institute of Marine Science, recently conceived a new social media idea, "Faces of the Chesapeake".
Event will be held Wednesday, March 30, at the Integrated Science Center and is open to all students.
From her days as vice president of Major League Soccer to her current role as chief executive officer of LA28 — the 2028 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles — Kathy Carter ’91 has been all…
In Q&A with W&M News, Sasha Prokhorov and Elena Prokhorova discuss the reasons behind Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, how they’re coping and the support shown by the William & Mary community.
A partnership between two William & Mary faculty members and local educational group The Village Initiative morphed from a community-engaged course into a project that is allowing local leaders and W&M students to bring Black…
This spring’s Daily Work of Justice conversation series at William & Mary will focus on some of the region’s most pressing issues: climate change and water.
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.
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…