For the last 50 years, the William & Mary master of business administration program has responded to a rapidly shifting world by proudly producing graduates of principled achievement and purpose. [...]
In February, William & Mary’s For the Bold Campaign Chair Sue Hanna Gerdelman ’76 unveiled Affording Opportunity as the new name of the university’s fundraising focus around scholarships.
In an effort to raise greater awareness and [...]
In 1804, Merriwether Lewis and William Clark embarked on a two-year journey of exploration conceived by Thomas Jefferson 1762. The Jefferson administration sought to discover the resources that land from [...]
Charter Day Events
DC Metro: Gold Rush Game Watch at BlackFinn D.C.
Maryland: Gold Rush Game Watch at Big Jim’s Deli.
Atlanta: Celebration at the Symphony.
Central Florida: Celebration at the Stubborn Mule.
Charleston: Celebration [...]
William & Mary men’s gymnastics head coach Cliff Gauthier will retire after a 43-year career. During his time at the university, Gauthier received the College Gymnastics Association Honor Coach Award [...]
Demand remains high for a William & Mary education. During the latest admissions cycle, the university received approximately 14,900 applications, just over 6,000 of which are from in-state applicants. This [...]
The former director of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Bill Schermerhorn ’82, is assisting director Christopher Owens in walking students through a professional production development process. Schermerhorn wrote “Swing Wings,” [...]
John Nezlek, professor of psychology at William & Mary, recently published papers examining the relationship between feelings of gratitude and an improved sense of well-being. “We found a positive relationship [...]