The American Physical Society has named William & Mary physicist Patricia Vahle as a 2020 APS Fellow. Vahle, a professor in the university’s Department of Physics, was nominated by the APS Division of Particles and Fields.
When people think of the Colonial National Historical Park, they think of, well…history. But it has a feature that goes back even farther than the landing at Jamestown: fossils.
With another Election Day upon us, William & Mary’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is doing its part to improve turnout. Behind a department-wide initiative, the SAAC helped register all eligible student-athletes to vote in what, for most, will be their first presidential election.
Amid the chaos of the pandemic, Mark Richard finds stability as William & Mary’s Class of 1939 Artist in Residence
With Election Day less than a week away, Esther Kim, assistant professor of social studies, shares some strategies, tips and resources for educators and parents navigating conversations with children and young adults.
As the race for a COVID-19 vaccine presses on throughout the globe, a team of budding synthetic biologists at William & Mary are researching another equally critical tool in the fight against the novel coronavirus – therapeutics.
Rebecca Green has served as co-director of W&M's Election Law Program since 2008. Her research explores topics such as election administration transparency, redistricting transparency and candidate privacy.
A healthy diet means a healthier you, which also means a healthier planet, right? Well, it’s complicated.
A dedicated group of students, faculty and local residents has spent the better part of the past year equipping the William & Mary community with the information and skills they need to vote in this year’s election.
The Virginia Department of Health has five contact tracers working out of an office just off campus.
As a demonstration of support for William & Mary's commitment to gender equity in athletics, an anonymous alumna has stepped forward with a $1.5 million challenge gift for women's athletics scholarships.
William & Mary Libraries is adding a new space with people who love the outdoors in mind. The Libraries announced it will begin constructing a patio outside of Swem in December.
Researchers with VIMS' long-term survey recorded 13.89 young-of-year striped bass per seine haul in the Virginia portion of Chesapeake Bay during 2020, the 8th consecutive year of average or above-average recruitment.