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.
Three years after a global pandemic disrupted supply chains and caused production bottlenecks, the freight and logistics industry is looking to data analytics to identify opportunities to reshape operations.
Carlane Pittman-Hampton Ph.D. ’03, a higher education leader with more than two decades of experience advancing a variety of initiatives at William & Mary, has been selected as President Katherine A. Rowe’s chief of staff.
Election Law Program co-director, special education researcher, field hockey head coach among 10 William & Mary faculty and athletics leaders recognized.
Computer science major Abdimalik “Abdi” Hassan ’23 has been selected as the 2023 student Commencement speaker.
William & Mary graduates who pursue careers in finance, management consulting and law are among the highest earners in the industry when compared to graduates from the university’s peer institutions, according to the Wall Street…
Celebrated shoe designer and entrepreneur Stuart Weitzman will visit William & Mary this week to share his story and advice with students.
Richard Walsh '10 changed paths to build a career in artisan cheese.
New W&M research study analyzes the importance of digital resiliency in Commonwealth’s COVID-19 response.
The award winners will be celebrated during the university's 330th "birthday" commemoration on Feb. 10.
A look at books published by W&M faculty in 2022.
The William & Mary Board of Visitors approved tuition rates for the university’s general graduate programs, W&M Law School and the Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
Stephanie Coleman Linnartz M.B.A. ’97 thinks creatively about what Marriott International can be.
William & Mary continues to have the highest alumni giving rate of any public university, according to new rankings.
Former William & Mary Rector Hays T. Watkins LL.D. '82, a longtime supporter of the university and father of former Vice Rector H. Thomas Watkins III '74, died July 29, 2022.
Todd Mooradian, award-winning teacher, scholar and administrator, has been named the next dean of William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business.
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.
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.
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.
As many parents all over the U.S. look high and low for baby formula for their infants, the causes and possible solutions to the shortage are being dissected.
A team of students from the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary has won the Conference of State Bank Supervisors 2022 Data Analytics Competition.
Solomon Asare ’22 has continued to be surprised by his William & Mary experience, which he characterizes as unlikely and curious to contemplate.
With the final reveal scheduled for Monday, April 19, the mural focuses on the conservation of local flora and fauna and is designed to allow viewers “to see nature and the world around them in…
University’s MBA programs, Law School make significant strides in U.S. News rankings.
W&M adjunct professor Peter Atwater ’83, a decision-making expert, talks about gas prices, other recent economic trends and what we should expect in the future.
Through a new $1-million gift, John H. Whitcomb M.B.A. ’85 and his wife, Yvonne, are establishing the John and Yvonne Whitcomb Business Professorship Endowment to support a faculty member who teaches in the area of…
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.
Lawrence B. Pulley ’74, longtime dean of William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business and an academic and administrative leader at the university for more than three decades, has announced his plans to…
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