Crabtree Falls and Landscape Disequilibrium in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains

Back in October, early on a Saturday morning my Earth’s Surface Processes students loaded into vans and we headed west to the Blue Ridge

The Moon Over Mtatsminda

The Global Research Institute’s Summer Fellows Program provides international experiential learning opportunities to W&M students. This post is one installment of a series highlighting

Serendipity: Forging Connections and Conducting Research in the Republic of Georgia

The Global Research Institute’s Summer Fellows Program provides international experiential learning opportunities to W&M students. This post is one installment of a series highlighting

Researching Sport for Development in Liberia

By Zoe Roberts ’23 The Global Research Institute’s Summer Fellows Program provides international experiential learning opportunities to W&M students. This post is one installment

Your Guide to Finals Season (from a Transfer Student!)

Hello! My name is Katarina, and I’m a senior studying History and minoring in Hispanic Studies here at William & Mary. I’m also a

Embracing Uncertainty in Uganda

By Anna Glass ’24 The Global Research Institute’s Summer Fellows Program provides international experiential learning opportunities to W&M students. This post is one installment

What’s WMÜTTS?

By Chuck Bailey Scientists like their acronyms, and in some fields the more acronyms the better. Earlier this year I received a GSA AGeS-DiGS

Meeting the Friends I Didn’t Know We Had: Interviews with Georgian Veterans

By Maia Earl ’22 The Global Research Institute’s Summer Fellows Program provides international experiential learning opportunities to W&M students. This post is one installment

From the Past to the Future: My Time in Georgia

By Aliia Woodworth ’23 The Global Research Institute’s Summer Fellows Program provides international experiential learning opportunities to W&M students. This post is one installment