A Mass Movement in the Blue Ridge

By Chuck Bailey Mid-day on Sunday (May 2nd, 2021), I crossed the Blue Ridge Mountains along U.S. Route 250. As I traveled up the

How We Find and Fight Disinformation (From the Comfort of Our Dorms)

By Megan Hogan ’21 and Thomas Plant ’22 This blog post details an example of funding from GRI’s student innovation window. Learn more about

Words of Welcome from the Transfer Interns!

Our Transfer Interns have been so excited to meet the newest members of our community. So much so that they decided to share their

The shifting pace of research: How students at SOMOS keep up

This is the fifth and final installment of a series highlighting exceptional student contributions to the Global Research Institute. Thank you for following along

‘Making the Best Out of A Bad Situation’ : How the ABC Project adapted its approach for the second summer

This is the fourth installment of a series highlighting exceptional student contributions to the Global Research Institute. Stay tuned for other features throughout April:

The PIPS Process: Finding A Voice Through Research

By Nitya Labh ’22 When I first joined GRI’s Project on International Peace and Security (PIPS) as a Research Fellow, I had no idea

Filling Gaps and Building Bridges: How Research Assistants Innovate at TRIP Project

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Should You Do Research at William & Mary?

Something I never thought I would get involved in at William & Mary was research. During orientation in the fall of 2018, I spoke

Co-Convening the Africa Network Conference (#WMANC2021)

By Redeit Hailu ’24 and Mayada Hassan ’22 The Global Research Institute’s Africa Research Center (formerly known as the Center for African Development) will