Finding magic in the unplanned: Highlighting traditions, culture, and adventures of the Samburu people

By Erin Dowd ’21 In March of 2020, I was lucky enough to be accepted as a Summer Fellow through the Global Research Institute.

Coast to Coast with the Schuyler Sisters

By Chuck Bailey Last Saturday began with a celebratory Homecoming reception in the Geology department and finished twelve hours later, and 2,400 miles to

Fall, FAFSA, and You!

Admit It! It may be hard to believe, but our first Early Decision deadline is less than one month away! Here in Williamsburg, autumn colors are

Identifying a “Source of Hope” While Studying Economic Outcomes of Climate Change and Intergenerational Health Issues

By Madeline S. Helfer ’22 In the fall semester of 2019, Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics, Ranjan Shrestha, approached me with an opportunity. As

TUFF Cookies: Students aim for policy impact through hard-hitting research, part two

By Kyra Solomon, Brad Parks, Soren Patterson This blog was re-posted from The First Tranche. View the original post. The result of more than 100

TUFF Cookies: Students aim for policy impact through hard-hitting research, part one

By Kyra Solomon, Brad Parks, Soren Patterson This blog was re-posted from The First Tranche. View the original post. Over the last two decades, China

Applying MATSim to Study Movement Across Campus: Steps and Takeaways

By Alex Raposo ’22 As a GRI Summer Fellow, Alex Raposo worked with Frank Qiu and Luca Paravano under the instruction of Data Science

Skills of Freedom

A year ago, I gave this assignment to students in my community engagement course: Select and practice one skill that you believe will support

Counting Carbon for Campus Sustainability

By Zoey Mondshine ’21 Sustainability is a priority at William & Mary and greenhouse gas reporting is pivotal to future change on campus. This