William & Mary is first among public universities in the nation in study-abroad participation according to the Open Doors 2023 Report on International Educational Exchange.
William & Mary anthropologist Danielle Moretti-Langholtz will give the lecture “Reconnecting Native Narratives to the Brafferton Indian School” on Nov. 14.
William & Mary faculty member brings together Indigenous chefs to spark conversations about community, identity and the role of food in advancing Indigenous sovereignty.
Since its inception, the center has been meeting the needs of students and teachers through curriculum, research, professional development and programs for children.
W&M focuses on providing the best personal educational experience.
William & Mary’s Center for Student Diversity will celebrate the university’s Latinx Heritage Month Sept. 15 through Oct. 15.
Katie Boyce M.A. ’19 wasn’t big into golf, but then her dissertation changed her world.
W&M Weekend in San Francisco gathered the W&M community on the West Coast.
Philip Woodward ’01, J.D. ’04 is dedicated to making society work better for people with disabilities.
The event includes a program featuring poetry, music and a performance by the Elegba Folklore Society.
This spring’s honorees include Stephen Trefethen, lecturer in mathematics, and five student organizations.
The archive includes materials from the tenure of former W&M Rector Jeff Trammell ‘73, who served as the first openly gay board chair of a major public university, and the Mattachine Society of Washington, D.C.
Take a look back at some of the highlights from William & Mary's 2022-23 academic year.
The Association for Computing Machinery rewards its William & Mary chapter for mentoring middle school girls, a crucial demographic to invest in for the future of the sector.
University joins the most ambitious and comprehensive U.S. government-led effort to fight antisemitism in American history.
Zoha Siddiqui ’23 and Aubrey Lay ’23 served as co-directors of The Exodus Project, which is one of the student-run research programs currently ongoing at W&M’s Global Research Institute.
Three William & Mary undergraduates highlight the relationship between health and structural racial discrimination.
William & Mary welcomed admitted students to campus on April 15, 2023, to experience a broad selection of what the university has to offer.
Composer Dawn Avery, who is of Mohawk descent, wrote pieces for the Wind Ensemble and Gallery Players.
During the Day for Admitted Students on April 15, admitted members of the Class of 2027 and their families can experience a broad selection of what William & Mary has to offer.
William & Mary hosted the largest Lemon Project Spring Symposium ever on campus March 24-25, with more than 300 people registered to attend the event in person and another 469 registered to attend online.
Angela Leruth, senior lecturer of French & Francophone studies, is awarded for her commitment to excellence in service to the campus community.
The handcrafted vessel at William & Mary's Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved was installed March 18.
Self-proclaimed paleo fanatic Timshel Purdum ’93 inspires passion and curiosity as education director at the Science Museum of Virginia.
Sororities at W&M are celebrating 100 years of providing fellowship, leadership and belonging for women.
W&M brings to light new information about the history of the Brafferton Indian School and commemorates its 300th anniversary.
William & Mary’s 2023 Charter Day ceremony at Kaplan Arena provided a meaningful platform to tell a more inclusive story of the university’s past while celebrating the path forward.
Four diversity-related projects at William & Mary were recently made possible recently through IDEA grants.
The event is co-sponsored by Community Values & Restorative Practices, the Center for Student Diversity and Alma Mater Productions.
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