Class of 1962 Professor of History Chitralekha Zutshi recently published "Sheikh Abdullah: The Caged Lion of Kashmir."
The project explores a Goa that most tourists don’t see or even wonder about, but that is rich and complex and resilient.
Chancellor Professor of Hispanic Studies Silvia Tandeciarz shares her initial thoughts on Argentina's new president, Javier Milei.
Kissinger served as the university’s chancellor from 2000 to 2005.
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.
New AidData flagship report and dataset show China is refocusing time and money on troubled projects, distressed borrowers and sources of public backlash in effort to de-risk its portfolio and out-maneuver G7 competitors.
True multidisciplinary collaboration is at the heart of what is now known as the Nepal Water Initiative.
$1.5M grant from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation supports William & Mary research lab’s efforts to inform the design and delivery of foreign aid and credit to the Global South, and give leaders and…
A dozen William & Mary study-abroad students were at the center of geopolitics, as the NATO Summit was held in Lithuania for the first time in history.
Harris family establishes a study abroad scholarship to encourage William & Mary students to explore Spain’s Camino de Santiago.
William & Mary welcomed 25 of Africa’s brightest, emerging civic leaders embarking on a six-week Leadership Program of the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders.
Two grants from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation will strengthen partnerships with African organizations and expand data on Chinese financing.
Monday’s 2023 NATO Youth Summit was co-hosted by William & Mary and NATO in Brussels and Washington, D.C.
This spring’s honorees include Stephen Trefethen, lecturer in mathematics, and five student organizations.
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.
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.
Through scholarship and a series of events, a faculty-led research team aspires to bring attention to the U.S.-Japan baseball connection and its impact on the countries’ relations off the diamond.
Seven William & Mary students will spend the summer in Honolulu, Hawaii, where they will analyze and support the implementation of United States defense policy.
During their time abroad, Fulbrighters will promote mutual understanding in an atmosphere of openness and integrity.
The Reves Center for International Studies has awarded the 2023 Reves and Drapers’ Faculty Fellowships to five William & Mary professors.
Tanjore, a student in W&M’s St Andrews Joint Degree Programme, accomplishes her dream of becoming a diplomat much sooner than expected.
Jessica Nabongo is a writer, photographer, entrepreneur, travel expert, influencer and public speaker.
Leading figures in U.S. national security and foreign policy convened last week at William & Mary to kickoff the inaugural Gates Forum.
Clare Heinbaugh '23 will begin her graduate studies in the United Kingdom next year, which is also the 70th anniversary of the prestigious scholarship program.
William & Mary Executive Chef Claudia Saldana-Rose won the Love of Food Innovation Challenge.
Dorothy Gao '24 attended the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Egypt in November.
Siddiqui is the first William & Mary student to ever be selected for the prestigious scholarship, which sends American leaders to Ireland for a year of graduate study.
William & Mary continues to rank fourth among public universities in the nation in study-abroad programs.
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.
During a recent trip to Poland, Ola Pozor ’19, an undergraduate admission counselor at William & Mary, volunteered to help Ukrainian refugees displaced by the Russian invasion.
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