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Estes’ endowment affords opportunity

Jean Berger Estes ’75 and Robey Estes ’74 recently made a commitment of $1.5 million to William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business to help attract high-caliber students to W&M now and into the future. The couple established the Robey and Jean Estes Business Scholarship Endowment, which will provide need-based scholarships support to business students. Read More

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Institute for Integrative Conservation to be established at William & Mary with $19.3 million For the Bold gift

William & Mary has received a $19.3 million gift from an alumna who wishes to remain anonymous to establish a landmark Institute for Integrative Conservation (IIC). The gift will position the university as a global leader in transformational research to protect ecosystems and safeguard world populations. It will cultivate leaders prepared to drive policy, advance advocacy and inspire action at the local, national and international levels. Read More

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Paying it Forward: Lamar Shambley ’10 helps Brooklyn teens study abroad

Teens of Color Abroad’s pilot program launches in July of 2020, when it will bring 15 students from Brooklyn, New York to Seville, Spain. In collaboration with Centro MundoLengua, the school that organizes all of William & Mary’s study abroad programs in Spain, Teens of Color Abroad students will improve their language and cultural fluency through a combination of innovative classroom instruction, real-life interaction in homestays and a variety of cultural activities. Read More

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Together we rise

Over the last year I’ve had the chance to reflect on the importance of family. When I say family, I don’t just mean the traditional sense of family. I mean those in our lives who lift us as we climb, who help us overcome hardships and who remain a meaningful part of our journey — no matter where life takes us. Read More

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Professor Heller and Dean Shealy: New chapters

With nearly 70 years of service combined, Faye Shealy, associate dean for admission, and Jim Heller, director of The Wolf Law Library, announced their retirements upon completion of the 2018–19 academic year. Read More

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