Artwork by Michelle Erickson ’82 commemorates the university’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michelle Erickson ’82 is creating an artwork grounded in William & Mary’s history.
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.
New W&M research study analyzes the importance of digital resiliency in Commonwealth’s COVID-19 response.
Stephen S. Tang '82 is a science and technology leader rooted in the liberal arts.
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.
Yifan Sun is a member of a team of scientists that surveyed social media users in Georgia and Massachusetts to gain insights on what pandemic-related information people accept — or what they don't.
Epidemiologist Iyabo Obasanjo brings experience from Africa and veterinary medicine to her work as a COVID-19 policy advisor.
When the world went on lockdown, Christopher Del Negro, neuroscientist and professor of applied science at William & Mary, was grounded and his research at a standstill. That’s when W&M Makerspaces Director Jonathan Frey made…
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.
Rob Estes ’74, P ’06 and Webb Estes ’06, M.Acc. ’07 discuss the effects of the pandemic and what’s next for Estes Express Lines.
Preparation and flexibility will be key to this spring’s in-person learning experience at William & Mary amid the evolving pandemic, according to the university’s latest Community Conversation.
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