Charles Fulcher ’99, the Wren Building’s new director of operations and events, is helping facilitate one of his favorite William & Mary traditions — the Yule Log celebration.
Joe Agee ’52, M.Ed. ’56, P ’78, P ’79, a student, an athlete and a coach throughout his time at William & Mary, reflects on more than 30 years of commitment to the Tribe.
The William & Mary community celebrated the formal groundbreaking of The Martha Wren Briggs Center for the Visual Arts, which will house the expanded Muscarelle Museum of Art on the Williamsburg campus.
AnnaMaria DeSalva ‘90, global chairman and CEO of Hill+Knowlton Strategies, has been appointed to the William & Mary Board of Visitors, Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced.
As part of William & Mary’s deep and ongoing commitment to the military and veteran communities, the university welcomed Kathleen T. Jabs as the special assistant to the president of William & Mary for military and veteran affairs during Homecoming & Reunion Weekend in October.
Over fall break, 15 W&M students got an inside look during the 23rd annual Wall Street Trip, hosted by the Office of Career Development & Professional Engagement.
As the temperature turns colder, curl up in a cozy armchair to dig into these new reads from alumni authors.
This is where we celebrate awards, job changes, promotions, recognition, civic engagement and other career news we collected between Oct. 22 and Nov. 29.
Henry Rosovsky ’49 died at his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on Nov. 11. Dean Rosovsky was not a household name outside of academe, but he was one of a handful of the most consequential leaders in American higher education during the last half of the 20th century.
Nov. 29 marks the 10th anniversary of Giving Tuesday, both as a global generosity movement and as an extraordinary day of support from the William & Mary community. This year, donors have the opportunity to triple their impact on the university.
Brandon begins roles of associate vice president for alumni engagement and CEO of the W&M Alumni Association (WMAA) on Nov. 28
TutorZone offers free tutoring this academic year through the support of generous donors and the Parents Fund
This is where we celebrate awards, job changes, promotions, recognition, civic engagement and other career news we collected between Sept. 22 and Oct. 22.
A W&M alumni couple is addressing social and environmental challenges through their Maryland farm.
N’est Pas, a band formed by Theta Delta Chi fraternity brothers in 1984, returned to the stage at Homecoming & Reunion Weekend
Philip Andoh ’22, a Gold Bar Recruiter at William & Mary, credits the university for setting him on a ‘path of long-term self-development'
Addie Puskar ’22, a graduate student and starting defender on the women’s soccer team at William & Mary, is a survivor
A new postdoctoral fellowship established by business executive Tom McInerney P ’07 will advance international research, teaching and mentorship through the university's Global Research Institute.
Former head men's soccer coach and W&M alumnus Al Albert ’69, M.Ed. ’71 was among four individuals elected as the newest members of the United Soccer Coaches Hall of Fame.
The William & Mary Foundation announced the addition of four new members to its Board of Trustees — Hilary Grant Dixon ’00, Todd Howard ’93, Stephen Tang ’82 and Michael Petters M.B.A. ’93.
Students’ misperceptions regarding their peers’ political attitudes could discourage the discussion of important political issues.
Foster, director of the Office of Student Veteran Engagement, has been selected for the 2022 Veteran Champions of the Year in Higher Education list
Former FCC Chairman Michael K. Powell ’85, D.P.S. ’02, who served as William & Mary rector, is one of two alumni inducted into the 2022 U.S. Army ROTC Hall of Fame.
The W&M community gathered on campus Oct. 6-9 for Homecoming & Reunion Weekend 2022
Reflections on the Order of the White Jacket, an organization centered around giving scholarships to William & Mary students working in food service.
Since transitioning from male to female in 2011, Deborah has found only comfort and acceptance by her community and alma mater.
William & Mary’s Office of Career Development and Professional Engagement was featured in the latest edition of NACE Insights from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
In FY22, the Alumni Association recognized W&M Charleston, W&M Charlottesville-Highlands, W&M Chicago, W&M D.C. Metro, W&M Richmond, W&M Triangle and W&M Williamsburg-Peninsula for exemplary programming and a commitment to engaging fellow alumni, parents, family and friends with alma mater.
Alisha Graves ’99 and Kathleen Mogelgaard ’95 have been working together from opposite U.S. coasts to champion gender equality, reproductive autonomy and access to education for women and girls in West Africa.
A four-year grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will broaden the use of satellite imagery to evaluate projects in developing countries.
Josh Sundquist ’06 is executive producer on a new Apple TV+ show based on his life
In January 2021, the W&M Alumni Association launched the Asian American-Pacific Islander-Middle Eastern (APIM) Alumni Leadership Circle
Former William & Mary Rector Hays T. Watkins LL.D. ’82, a longtime supporter of the university and father of former Vice Rector H. Thomas Watkins III ’74, died July 29, 2022.
Two students in William & Mary’s Online M.Ed. in Counseling program have been selected by the Tillman Foundation as 2022 Tillman Scholars
Enjoy this summer’s book roundup as the days cool off, complete with a historical murder mystery, a military thriller, a true crime collection and much more.
Venture capitalist Bay McLaughlin ’06, M.Acc. ’07 teams up with W&M’s Institute for Integrative Conservation and the Alan B. Miller Center for Entrepreneurship to promote sustainable — and profitable — oyster aquaculture.
Funds distributed from this endowment will provide scholarship, internship and living expense stipend support for Master of Arts graduate students at W&M’s School of Marine Science.
The university surpasses $350M in scholarships support since start of For the Bold
Higher education leader Julie E. Williams ’79 established The Stuart Calvin, Frances Gloria and Julie E. Williams Fund for Diversity Programming at W&M through her estate plans in honor of her family.
Jacky Zhu ’26 received the Harriett Pittard Beales Scholarship and Nora Poling ’26 is the Walter R. Beales, III ’66 Scholarship recipient. Both were chosen based on academic performance, extracurricular community activities and service, outstanding character and other personal achievements.
Jim, who died Sunday at the age of 87, had a devotion to his alma mater that transcended athletics.
The bequest creates four new graduate and undergraduate scholarships at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business and pushes the university past its For the Bold goal of raising $350 million for scholarships.
A new and unique Archive of American LGBTQ Political and Legal History is being established at Swem Library in memory of renowned historian John Boswell ’69.
Joe Laresca ’15, founder of a powerhouse NYC creative company, adds Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list to his achievements.
Christine Taylor ’61 is a Bell-Ringing member of the Bell Society. Having made her first gift in 1974, she has given for 48 consecutive years.
From her time as an undergraduate at William & Mary, it was clear that Marilyn Ward Midyette ’75 is a natural leader. As a student, she immersed herself in the life of the university as a cheerleader, a resident assistant, a member of Delta Delta Delta and the W&M Choir.
William & Mary hosted its inaugural Black Alumni Reunion on May 6-8 with a series of programs, ceremonies and receptions honoring the Black experience at W&M.
Global business executive, philanthropist and civic leader Joseph J. Plumeri II ’66, D.P.S. ’11 established the awards to reward outstanding William & Mary faculty and enhance teaching, research and mentorship. Recipients of the 2020, 2021 and 2022 Plumeri Awards were honored in a ceremony on May 13.
William & Mary broke ground May 9 on an Athletics Complex designed to improve the student-athlete experience while enhancing the university as a whole.
A Pulitzer Prize winner’s in-depth research on the Revolutionary War, a family’s adventures traveling across North America in a camper van, a torrid romance and the wonderful world of coral reefs are among the subjects featured in this quarterly selection of titles by William & Mary alumni authors.
Paul Carlino J.D. ’98 and Rebecca Eichler J.D. ’98 put their jobs on hold, pulled their kids out of school and packed everything into a camper van to drive from their home in Alexandria, Virginia, to the very bottom of North America in a journey that changed their lives.
After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the classes of 1970, 1971 and 1972 all celebrated their 50th reunions and were inducted into the illustrious Olde Guarde during a much-anticipated Traditions Weekend. Each class made a gift in honor of their reunion.
As William & Mary prepares for the May 9 groundbreaking and celebration of the reimagined home for W&M Athletics, the Gordiniers hope their generosity will help inspire others to give back in support of the new Complex.
"We are formally organizing as the Latinx Alumni Association to assure our Latinx students and future alumni that they will always have a larger community of support once they graduate."
The awards recognize five individual W&M alumni whose work for diversity, equity and justice has had a lasting impact and leaders of the group Focus on Asian Cultures Emerging in Society (FACES), organized by students between 1999 and 2003.
More than 9,550 students, alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends collectively gave over $3.8 million to more than 730 areas across the university during William & Mary's ninth annual day of giving.
Enrique Sánchez-Rivera M.B.A. ’07 teamed up with William & Mary’s Institute for Integrative Conservation to create an augmented reality mural that focuses on the conservation of local flora and fauna.
William & Mary alumni are making a difference for people who are caught in perilous circumstances — either through individual assistance or by communicating their stories to the world.
Over the last eight years, $16.4 million has been raised from 31,895 donors with over 1,000 areas supported.
As William & Mary's All In campaign marks its one-year anniversary, new gifts totaling $1.1 million to the W&M Athletics Complex mark an important step forward in reaching the $55-million fundraising goal.
William & Mary’s Global Film Festival returns with a new name and an expanded lineup, including several screenings of alumni-produced films.
Take an inside look at how the magazine team created the winter 2022 cover art.
Professionals Week 2022 brought the W&M community together to reflect on the changing workplace and chart new paths forward
Brian Court ’96 creates environmentally friendly architecture worldwide.
The new John and Yvonne Whitcomb Business Professorship Endowment will support a faculty member who teaches in the area of real estate, finance or entrepreneurship.
New support for the GRI totaling $1.9 million will enhance the university’s ability to address critical international challenges through groundbreaking research, innovative teaching and strengthened connections between the academic world and policymakers.
The Lemon Scholarship will provide need-based scholarship support for students who are descendants of enslaved persons in the U.S., or who have a demonstrated historic connection to slavery.
If you can schedule rides using an app, why not tennis games? That was the thinking behind creation of a platform launched by Paul Stratta ’85 with help from tennis-loving William & Mary alumni Ann Searle Horowitz ’85 and Robert Weissman ’86, P ’22.
The Mellon grant will support collaborative work by The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and William & Mary to preserve, relocate, research and restore the Bray School, believed to be the only remaining Colonial-era building in the country that was dedicated to the education of Black children.
Mark Duffner '75 is a senior defensive assistant, Robert Livingston '10 is the secondary/safeties coach and Mike Potts '08 is the scouting director (college).
Rob Estes ’74, P ’06, president and CEO of Estes Express Lines, and his son Webb Estes ’06, M.Acc. ’07, vice president of process improvement, have an inside view of how goods move from place to place — and the challenges and opportunities the pandemic has brought to the freight transportation industry.