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.
The handcrafted vessel at William & Mary's Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved was installed March 18.
On March 30 and 31, the new format of the symposium will bring together graduate and undergraduate researchers after the pandemic hiatus.
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.
Of the 37 institutes or agencies that submitted successful proposals in the latest award cycle, VIMS was the only one to garner more than two winning proposals.
Mitchell Brown, assistant professor of classical studies, is researching Menander for an upcoming monograph.
Jeff Kaplow, assistant professor of government at W&M and the director of NukeLab at the Global Research Institute, discusses the implications of Vladimir Putin’s decision to suspend Russia’s involvement in the New START nuclear arms…
William & Mary joins community partners to uncover and share the history of the school and its free and enslaved Black students.
Maureen Elgersman Lee, director of the Bray School Lab and Mellon Engagement Coordinator for African American Heritage, discusses the lab and its work.
Research by a W&M law professor and students may prove that W&M was always intended to be a university.
Through an innovative partnership between the City of Williamsburg and William & Mary, Williamsburg’s future may hold a far more inclusive and complete retelling of the past than what is currently represented.
Based on research, the nearly mile-long tunnel is now being used as an educational tool through public tours, a field guide, videos and more that help explain the geological history of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Jelly plankton blooms can offset as much CO2 as emitted by millions of cars.
A CAREER award from the NSF will allow Nathan Kidwell and his lab to investigate the chemistry of hydroxyl radicals.
The Applied Research & Innovation Initiative will advance Vision 2026 goals, promote multidisciplinary collaborations and increase experiential learning opportunities.
Adriano Marinazzo, curator of special projects at the Muscarelle Museum of Art, was named the inaugural designer in residence and adjunct lecturer in the Department of Applied Science.
Increase in disease severity has implications for fish farms, marine life, human health
The historic structure will become a new and significant component of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation’s public history programming.
Scouring sources online in the original Arabic, Henry Stratakis-Allen '23 looked for references to the people and clues to their everyday activities and concerns.
Research at William & Mary's Virginia Institute of Marine Science led by Jessie Turner Ph.D. ’21 reveals that the “clarity” of a water parcel depends on the method used to measure it, and that different…
Tommy Jones’ gift funds experiential learning opportunities for student veterans like he once was.
Black and white Americans are both face increasing economic insecurity, but view it differently.
Rising ocean temperatures are likely to result in extinction of some species of mollusks. But which will we lose first?
The Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel is tasked with drawing up a plan for particle physics research for the next decade or so. William & Mary's Christopher Monahan is a member of the group.
A look at books published by W&M faculty in 2022.
While a grad student at W&M, USCG Commander Blair Sweigart M.S. ’14, Ph.D. ’19, used his knowledge of Network Location Theory to advance ways to track criminal, terrorist or dark networks.
Many early societies relied on cultural land-use templates that didn't always work out so well. Jennifer Kahn says we have better information today.
A theorist, an experimentalist and a data scientist/physicist gave presentations at the quantum chromodynamics sessions at MIT.
During a faculty-led research trip, shared experiences helped William & Mary student veterans connect with soldiers in the Republic of Georgia.