The Reading Specialist Certificate, developed by Literacy Leadership Program Coordinator Denise Johnson, addresses a statewide shortage of reading specialists.
The Troops to Teachers program provides a wealth of resources for veterans seeking fulfilling second careers in education, opening doors for service members and improving outcomes for students.
Since its inception, the center has been meeting the needs of students and teachers through curriculum, research, professional development and programs for children.
Bridging the Gap is designed in response to the profound learning challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
With multiple keynotes, concurrent presentations by leaders in education and opportunities for interactive learning, the School-University Resource Network aims to create a national quality conference offered at a regional level.
Evan Turner, a student in the Online Military and Veterans Counseling program at William & Mary, has been named a 2023 Tillman Scholar.
The first five participants in the program built relationships for ongoing mentoring and project development over 10 weeks this spring.
Elizabeth Burgin was awarded the Association for Play Therapy Research Award after her groundbreaking finding that play therapy treats trauma from the largest play therapy study in existence today.
William & Mary graduates who pursue careers in finance, management consulting and law are among the highest earners in the industry when compared to graduates from the university’s peer institutions, according to the Wall Street…
Four diversity-related projects at William & Mary were recently made possible recently through IDEA grants.
A look at books published by W&M faculty in 2022.
Williamsburg students attended a camp this past summer at William & Mary designed to bring mathematics learning to life through the creation of an art mural.
Leandra Parris' research focuses on relationships among middle and high school students within an equity-centered, trauma-informed framework.
An experimental summer camp developed by researchers at the William & Mary School of Education is exploring innovative ways to encourage more students from underrepresented groups to pursue STEM careers.
Two students in William & Mary’s Online M.Ed. in Counseling program have been selected by the Tillman Foundation as 2022 Tillman Scholars.
Tracy Cross will travel to Dublin, Ireland, in spring 2023 as a Fulbright U.S. Scholar.
William & Mary’s Office of Strategic Cultural Partnerships has announced its inaugural group of faculty fellows, who will conduct projects to advance the office’s mission.
Associate Professor Daniel Gutierrez and Stephanie Dorais Ph.D. ’21 are exploring the role of contemplative practices in promoting prosociality and resilience among mental health counselors.
Professor of Education Pamela Eddy will be William & Mary’s inaugural associate provost for faculty affairs and development
University’s MBA programs, Law School make significant strides in U.S. News rankings.
A new installation in the W&M School of Education honors trailblazers who broke barriers at the university and within the field of education and opened doors for generations of future educators.
A partnership between two William & Mary faculty members and local educational group The Village Initiative morphed from a community-engaged course into a project that is allowing local leaders and W&M students to bring Black…
Pamela Harris Ph.D. ’16 is a published YA (young adult) novelist and a counselor educator at William & Mary, fulfilling both sides of her dream to support youth through counseling and writing.
Through a new partnership with William & Mary Law School, two doctoral students from the School of Education’s Holmes Scholars program are developing and teaching an English language preparatory course for newly-arrived international students in…
As schools nationwide struggle with staff shortages, policymakers and school divisions are seeking ways to bolster the teacher pipeline and provide deeper support for preservice and novice teachers.
Students are now living in a culturally and linguistically diverse world and our education systems are making strides to embrace it through the development and implementation of dual language programs.
Jamel K. Donnor, an associate professor in the School of Education with faculty affiliations in American Studies, Asian & Pacific Islander American (APIA) Studies and the William & Mary Law School’s Center for Racial &…
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