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Associate Professor Nick Balascio discusses a proposed new geological epoch while revealing a connection between its official marker Crawford Lake and Lake Matoaka.
Joel S. Levine, research professor of applied science, discusses the impacts of wildfires on the global environment.
W&M's Jeffrey Kaplow and Samantha Custer discuss the war in Ukraine, one year after the Russian invasion began.
William & Mary Assistant Professor of Government and human rights advocate Kelebogile Zvobgo provides insight into how these offenses will be prosecuted.
Dennis Alcides Velazco Smith, senior lecturer of government and co-director of W&M’s Project on International Peace and Security (PIPS), joins W&M News to discuss the impact of China’s suspected intelligence gathering via balloon.
Perspectives on how to hold difficult conversations with respect.
Peyman Jafari, assistant professor of history and international relations at William & Mary, provides insights and context for the protests in Iran.
W&M News asked faculty member Semiha Topal to discuss the complexity of hijab wearing and nuances around women choosing to wear it or not.
Leandra Parris' research focuses on relationships among middle and high school students within an equity-centered, trauma-informed framework.
In recognition of World Water Week, which kicks off Aug. 23, W&M News recently talked with Hale about the state of water in the world and the effects of pollutants.
W&M News recently talked with Dr. David Dafashy, medical director and staff physician at the Student Health Center, to learn more about monkeypox and what people can do to help prevent its spread.
Constitutional law experts Allison Orr Larsen '99 and Neal Devins from the William & Mary Law School discuss the June 24, 2022, Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade.
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.
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.
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.
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.
W&M Law School recently hosted a symposium on “The Future of Afghanistan.”
As the Russian war against Ukraine entered its second month and U.S. President Joe Biden announced the U.S. will accept up to 100,000 displaced Ukrainian people, W&M News asked Professor of Sociology Jennifer Bickham Mendez…
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.
The event underscores the possible dangers of warfare around nuclear sites. To understand more about the science and the risk, W&M News spoke with Saskia Mordijck, assistant professor of physics at William & Mary and…
Steve Hanson, William & Mary's Vice Provost for Academic and International Affairs, is a renowned expert in Russian and Soviet history and politics. Professor Paula Pickering is an expert in Eastern European politics and post-conflict…
Steve Hanson is a renowned expert in Russian and Soviet history and politics, so we reached out to him not only to explain some of the causes of the current tension in Ukraine, but also…