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Over the last year, William & Mary celebrated many extraordinary milestones thanks to the loyal and generous support of donors.
A look back at the William & Mary students awarded national and international scholarships and fellowships in 2016.
William & Mary's campus got a new look this year in renovation and building projects that updated facilities for 21st century learning and expanded the university's capabilities.
The new Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center includes a large common space, a team break-out room, a lounge area, two faculty offices and an individual teleconference room nicknamed the phone booth.
Giving Tuesday is a national movement dedicated to promoting philanthropy and the powerful benefits it brings to our favorite causes. Now, more than ever, we need your support to ensure William & Mary can advance its mission.
A message from Sue Hanna Gerdelman ’76
The chair of Students for University Advancement talks about the impact of private support at W&M.
Four generous William & Mary donors recently made a combined gift of $1.4 million benefiting women's athletics. The gifts will be used to finance a multi-use building at Busch Field, the home of the Tribe field hockey program.
Alan Hilliker ’80 is supporting teaching excellence with a generous gift.
A modern atrium space for law students called Penny Commons will be a part of the new wing of William & Mary Law School, thanks to a generous $1 million commitment from Pamela Jordan Penny ’77 and James D. Penny J.D. ’83.
William & Mary alumni, parents and friends will have the opportunity to reconnect miles away from the majestic Sunken Garden during William & Mary Weekend in New York City.
First recipient of Patriot's Dream scholarship helps other student veterans.
Sara Strehle Duke ’06 is a Bell Society member who has given back to W&M for 10 consecutive years.
W&M Director of Athletics Terry Driscoll discusses his time at the university and the transformational impact of private giving.
Glenn Hines Harding ’65 and Audra Lynn Mallow ’90 are trailblazers. As co-chairs of the For the Bold campaign, they are cementing the university's footprint on the West Coast.
William & Mary's Muscarelle Museum of Art will soon expand significantly as it becomes part of a new, multimillion-dollar, state-of-the-art Center for the Visual Arts.
During the Tribe football game on Oct. 29, the William & Mary community came together to celebrate the newly renovated Zable Stadium during the halftime ceremony.
Ernst & Young LLP recently announced a $1 million gift to William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business to expand diversity and inclusiveness efforts.
Scholarships recipients thank donors during the Scholarship Luncheon over Homecoming Weekend
The Empire State Building was illuminated in green and gold Thursday evening in honor of the nearly 13,000 W&M alumni, parents and friends in the New York City area and over 97,000 alumni around the globe.
William & Mary Hall - home to hundreds of Tribe sporting events, concerts and ceremonies every year - is taking the name of two of the most generous benefactors of the university, Jane Thompson Kaplan '56 and Jim Kaplan '57.
The William & Mary Alumni Association has named its Alumni Service Awards in honor of one of the university's most devoted and loyal alumni, Douglas N. Morton ’62. Morton passed away in July, after many years of serving his alma mater with great distinction and generosity.
Eight new students from four different states make up the freshmen class of 1693 Scholars, the most elite merit-based scholarship program on campus.
A July 2016 update from Sue Hanna Gerdelman ’76, chair of the For The Bold campaign
David T. Croall ’77, chair of the Annual Giving Board of Directors, discusses the importance of the university achieving 40 percent undergraduate alumni participation.
Jeffrey R. Gardner M.B.A ’97 and Christine Gardner have given $250,000 to the Raymond A. Mason School of Business to fund teaching and research.
Meet For the Bold New York campaign co-chairs David Kelley ’81 and Devin Murphy ’82.
William & Mary exceeds goal with record number of scholarship donors in FY16.
Mike M.B.A ’93 and Nancy Briggs Petters' ’81 generous $1 million gift will support a W&M summer camp for gifted middle school students.
Less than nine months after the public launch of For the Bold: The Campaign for William & Mary, the university continues to break old records and set new ones.
This year's 50th Reunion gift breaks previous record
Ciara Cifers '20 is the recipient of the Harriett Pittard Beales Scholarship at William & Mary for the academic year 2016-2017.
Parent and Family Council creates new Tribe connections.
Sam Phillips '14 on why she chooses to give back to William & Mary.
Throughout the 324 years of William & Mary history, we've amassed a lot of extraordinary moments. Follow along in your inbox and social media feeds — you never know what you might learn!
The inaugural McGlothlin Faculty Teaching Award was recently bestowed on two outstanding faculty members from the Raymond A. Mason School of Business and William & Mary Law School.
Football coaches, reporters, game operations and television and radio partners will all work out of the 7,000-square-foot press box on game days.
From a globally recognized leader in international criminal law and a leading linguistic scholar to a widely published neuroscientist, the 2016 Plumeri Awards for Faculty Excellence will be bestowed to 20 talented and visionary professors across William & Mary's campus
The university's official day of giving back and paying it forward — One Tribe One Day — was a smashing success, with 10,358 members of the Tribe making a gift, bringing in nearly $2.2 million in a single day.
William & Mary's Board of Visitors last week approved measures that name the Lake Matoaka Amphitheatre and the Integrative Wellness Center in honor of alumni who are committed to providing an enriching and healthy environment for the entire Tribe community.
William & Mary is naming the two Jamestown Residences Hardy Hall and Lemon Hall in memory of two key figures in the university's African-American history.
William & Mary Law School and William & Mary's Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) are collaborating on a new website that will provide key information to support local, regional and state efforts to adapt to sea-level rise, thanks to a $1.2 million grant from blue moon fund.
On Tuesday, April 19, William & Mary will hold its third annual One Tribe One Day — the university's official day of giving back and paying it forward.
Ellen R. Stofan '83, D.Sc. '16 and Timothy P. Dunn '83 — two of William & Mary's most distinguished alumni leaders — are fueling innovative research efforts and programs across campus with a significant commitment to the For the Bold campaign.
To help William & Mary acquire cutting-edge science equipment, the Cabell Foundation has generously pledged $500,000 to the Integrated Science Center's Equipment Fund, but only if the university raises $1 million by Dec. 31, 2016.
A pair of former William & Mary student-athletes, Jennifer (Tepper) '91 and Scott '91 Mackesy, have recently committed the resources to endow the head coaching positions of both the women's soccer and men's tennis and ensure future generations of Tribe student-athletes will enjoy the same experience they shared on campus.
Lyuba Bolkhovitinov, Bernadette Deschaine, and Melissa Guidry, all William & Mary juniors, were each recognized by the Barry Goldwater Scholarship Program this year.
A major gift from a devoted alumna will benefit W&M's top students
William & Mary's Muscarelle Museum of Art will soon be expanding and adding a new gallery for American art, thanks to a $1 million commitment made by Patty ’62 and Carroll ’62 Owens through the Owens Foundation.
Some of you have asked me why are we doing this? How does philanthropy work? Here's my explanation of the campaign.
Kaylee Gum, a third-year student at William & Mary Law School, outlined her experience receiving financial support for her summer 2014 internship with USAID in Iraq.
Geology professor Chuck Bailey's ’89 work has taken him and his students to far away places like Oman, as well as sites around Virginia.