Todd Mooradian, award-winning teacher, scholar and administrator, has been named the next dean of William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
Catherine Kelly recently became executive director of the Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture and professor of history in the Harrison Ruffin Tyler Department of History at William & Mary.
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin today appointed four alumni to William & Mary’s Board of Visitors, the governing body of the institution.
Is the U.S. headed for a recession? When will we get relief at the gas pump? W&M adjunct professor Peter Atwater ’83, a decision-making expert, talks about these topics and more.
Kathleen I. Powell discusses William & Mary's emphasis on assisting students and alumni in all phases of their careers.
William & Mary doctoral candidate Emily Sneff M.A. ’19 tells the story of how news of American independence spread in the weeks after July 4, 1776.
Provost Peggy Agouris has announced that Teresa Longo, currently executive director of the Reves Center for International Studies, will add a new role to her responsibilities.
William & Mary celebrated Juneteenth in person for the first time at the site of Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved on June 17, 2022.
Stephen S. Tang '82 is a science and technology leader rooted in the liberal arts.
Fifty years later, Title IX’s influence is undeniable.
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 leaders and alumni working in human resources in a variety of industries share insights about what’s driving change and what employers are doing about it.
An estate gift from Joan Showalter '55 and Karen Beldegreen creates four new graduate and undergraduate scholarships at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
Baseball is reinventing itself, and William & Mary alumni — from Los Angeles to Philadelphia, from owner to director of player development — are helping lead that process.
William & Mary's new deputy chief diversity officer draws on his experiences in higher education to discuss how college campuses can create more diverse, equitable and inclusive communities.
A new analysis using highly detailed elevation maps of the Chesapeake Bay region shows that human barriers will do little to stop marshes from migrating inland with sea-level rise.
Protons and neutrons make up 95 percent of all visible matter. The interior of each proton and neutron is a wild land of particles and antiparticles popping in and out of existence. William & Mary…
The 2021-2022 year-in-review video captures what has become William & Mary's new normal: adaptation that sustains what the university values most.
William & Mary’s Office of Strategic Cultural Partnerships has announced its inaugural group of faculty fellows, who will conduct projects to advance the office’s mission.
A look at books published by W&M faculty in 2022.
Joe Laresca ’15, founder of a powerhouse NYC creative company, adds Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list to his achievements.
U.S. Marine Jacob Stechmann ’24 became interested in medicine by helping Army medics treat wounded Kurds in Syria. He now researches artery function at William & Mary.
Justin Cammarota has just received a grant toward continuing his research at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility.
Isaiah Johnson, an officer with the William & Mary Police Department, and Christian Olver, a member of the Dining Services/Sodexo staff, are recognized along with five student organizations.
Associate Professor Daniel Gutierrez and Stephanie Dorais Ph.D. ’21 are exploring the role of contemplative practices in promoting prosociality and resilience among mental health counselors.
William & Mary will host its first in-person Juneteenth celebration on Friday, June 17 at the site of the recently completed Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved.
Work by Associate Professor of Government A. Maurits van der Veen and researchers from Carnegie Mellon, University of Texas at Dallas and Middlebury College appears in The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Collin Absher ’24, Sam Rofman ’23 and Mira Wroblewski ’23 will receive funding to study abroad in the coming year.
W&M’s Embedded Spain and Gibraltar Program gives students, some of whom are first-generation children of Latin American immigrants raised in the U.S., an up-close view of immigration issues in Europe.
Mellody Hobson, a nationally recognized expert on financial literacy and chair of the Starbucks board of directors, spoke at W&M’s undergraduate Commencement ceremony.