Legendary icon will help the Alma Mater of the Nation celebrate the Year of the Arts
After a competitive national search, Meghan D. Palombo M.B.A. ’23 has been hired as associate vice president for annual giving and philanthropic engagement.
As the days of summer gradually give way to the crisp embrace of autumn, check out the books that graced our shelves this season from William & Mary alumni.
This is where we celebrate awards, job changes, promotions, recognition, civic engagement and other career news we collected between June 1 and Aug. 31.
Michelle Erickson ’82 is creating an artwork grounded in William & Mary’s history
Men’s Lacrosse alumni honor former coach Bill Devine J.D. ’86 with tribute
For 30 years, an entire generation, Bernard took wonderful care of the Wren and of everyone who came within it.
The university holds the title as the No. 1 public for internships and alumni giving
Adam Bratton ’06 traveled more than 360 miles on his bicycle in three days from his home in North Carolina to William & Mary this spring.
An alumni family has established a study abroad scholarship to encourage William & Mary students to explore Spain’s Camino de Santiago.
Two incoming William & Mary students from Virginia, Bracen Hart ’27 of South Boston and Aaron Hendricks ’27 of Alton, were selected to receive the competitive Beales family scholarships for the 2023-2024 academic year.
W&M President Emeritus W. Taylor Reveley III LL.D. ’18, HON ’18 shares his reflections on the passing of a remarkable alumnus
As the founding labs at William & Mary's Global Research Institute celebrate 20 years, we look back at how they came to be.
This is where we celebrate awards, job changes, promotions, recognition, civic engagement and other career news we collected between Feb. 28 and June 1.
Prioritizing inclusivity and community, the Class of 2023 led an innovative and successful Senior Class Gift campaign
2023 NATO Youth Summit was co-hosted by William & Mary and NATO and highlighted freedom and security as keys to the future of democracy
From our kickoff at Oracle Park to discussions with alumni and faculty experts to insightful tours of iconic locations, Tribe Pride was on full display throughout the City by the Bay.
Two grants from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation will strengthen William & Mary's partnerships with African organizations and expand data on Chinese financing.
Christopher “Chris” Caracci, Carole Kraemer P ’94, John E. Littel P ’22 and Marianne Littel P ’22 and Lisa Roday P ’13, P ’14 were nominated by their peers and selected by the W&M Alumni Association (WMAA) Board of Directors for this important honor
Alumni establish an endowment in honor of former Director of Choirs James Armstrong
Capt. Eric Evans ’09 founded Friendly Forces to help fellow reservists and National Guard members find work with companies that have supportive military leave policies
Election Law Program co-director, special education researcher, Field Hockey head coach among 10 William & Mary faculty and athletics leaders recognized
Four members of the Class of 1973 used social media to promote and celebrate their reunion, resulting in a high level of engagement before, during and after Traditions Weekend.
Enjoy the fresh air and warm temperatures while perusing these alumni authors’ new books.
B.J. Minor ’13 talks about portraying a young Mike Tyson in the Hulu series "Mike," settling into life on the West Coast and discovering their own authenticity.
In total, 11,376 alumni, students, parents, faculty, staff and friends collectively gave more than $4 million to nearly 800 areas across W&M — making it the biggest and most successful giving days yet for total dollars raised on OTOD.
A new $1-million commitment from Mary Uhrig Phillips ’85 and Kevin Phillips ’84 includes 10-to-1 match on One Tribe One Day, support for scholarships and more
Megan Shisler Sumrell ’95 coaches women on a unique time management strategy through her company, The Pink Bee
The fifth annual W&M Professional Development Week brought networking and expert career advice to the W&M community
Brett Amy Thelen ’99 and New Hampshire volunteers assist amphibians on their dangerous seasonal journey
The William & Mary Foundation (WMF) is announcing that after a national search, Bruce Aird has been hired as its first full-time chief financial officer.
Through a $500,000 commitment to the new W&M Athletics Complex, Raelene Canuel Wagoner ’87 and Doug Wagoner ’87 hope to encourage other donors and promote a unifying culture in which varsity sports are fully integrated into the life of the university.
Sororities at W&M are celebrating 100 years of providing fellowship, leadership and belonging for women.
This is where we celebrate awards, job changes, promotions, recognition, civic engagement and other career news we collected between Dec.1, 2022, and Feb. 28, 2023.
Five W&M women’s gymnastics alumnae unite to establish Thrive Endowment.
Brittany Selah Lee-Bey ’07 wants to share with the world how knowing where words come from can improve vocabulary, comprehension and confidence.
Home to W&M's nationally recognized field hockey team, the field will see a significant upgrade this spring that also will benefit other campus and community groups.
Theirs was a love match, but no one would have guessed it from the way it began.
A $1-million commitment from Darpan Kapadia ’95 accelerates the Vision 2026 careers initiative by tripling the number of students annually who can receive university funding for internships and other applied learning opportunities and substantially increasing the amount of the individual grants available.
The Applied Research & Innovation Initiative will advance William & Mary‘s Vision 2026 goals, promote multidisciplinary collaborations and increase experiential learning opportunities.
Tommy Jones ‘09 made an impactful gift in 2021 to the Global Research Institute, funding experiential learning opportunities for student veterans like he once was.
The Yule Log at America’s Two Colonial Colleges Turned Public Universities