Professor Greg Conradi Smith’s Science and Authority course aims to nurture scientifically literate citizen leaders.
The hearing addressed “The Philosophy of AI: Learning from History, Shaping Our Future.”
How William & Mary will benefit from a new $300+ million data facility led by longtime partner Jefferson Lab.
William & Mary faculty member brings together Indigenous chefs to spark conversations about community, identity and the role of food in advancing Indigenous sovereignty.
As vehicles gather and transmit vast amounts of data, it raises important questions about individual privacy, security and the need for regulatory oversight.
Bridging the Gap is designed in response to the profound learning challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Assistant Professor Alexander Nwala introduces BLOC, a universal language framework that helps detect malicious activity.
W&M goes to the heart of the matter with two projects selected for DOE funding.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Two grants from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation will strengthen partnerships with African organizations and expand data on Chinese financing.
W&M Weekend in San Francisco gathered the W&M community on the West Coast.
Monday’s 2023 NATO Youth Summit was co-hosted by William & Mary and NATO in Brussels and Washington, D.C.
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…
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Organized by NATO and William & Mary, the event will provide young participants with the opportunity to explore how NATO addresses challenges that the young generation sees as critical to their security.
Grayson Hoy ’23 secures a competitive graduate fellowship that boasts 42 Nobel laureates among its alumni.
Led by assistant professors Adwait Nadkarni and Oscar Chaparro, two award-winning projects will generate improvements in smart devices and software systems.
William & Mary’s AidData is in the spotlight again, as a report detailing China’s bailout loans catches the attention of media outlets worldwide.
W&M's Virginia institute of Marine Science just released its annual Sea-Level Report Cards, which provide coastal communities around the U.S. with local projections of sea-level rise to 2050.
New W&M research study analyzes the importance of digital resiliency in Commonwealth’s COVID-19 response.
Faculty members whose projects are selected will engage in check-ins to advance their projects across five stages.
W&M fuses liberal arts-style critical thinking with digital fluency.
Tommy Jones’ gift funds experiential learning opportunities for student veterans like he once was.
The U.S. Department of Energy has directed $35 million to a multi-institution investigation of quantum chromodynamics. And William & Mary's Kostas Orginos is one of the leaders.
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