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Learning Before Teaching: How Students at the ABC Project Cultivate Intercultural Competence

This is the fifth installment of a series highlighting exceptional student contributions to the Global Research Institute, in celebration of Undergraduate Research Month. By:

Finding Alternatives to Single-Use plastics: A Major Step for Sustainability at William & Mary

By Grace Phillips ‘23 A huge contributor to climate change, pollution, and environmental degradation is something that many people use each day — plastics.

Distant Discovery: Science Education Through a Screen

By Maggie Sheridan ’22 When I applied to become a Sustainability Ambassador to William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) Discovery Lab

An Earth Week Celebration We Will Never Forget

By Mary Lawrence Young ’21 This past year I was given the unique opportunity to serve as co-Chair of the Earth Week planning committee.

Relying on Creativity

When I first took the Life Values Inventory, I remember looking down at my results as Dr. Kelly Crace explained that Achievement, Responsibility, and

Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom

Recently, there has been talk of a prevalent holiday in the African American community known as Juneteenth. While it has always been an important

A Call to Action

In the past week, it feels to me as though the world has been flipped on its head. Watching the news almost feels like

Going to William & Mary from Out-of-State

NOVA? DMV? Nats? Caps? What do all these terms mean? As an out-of-state student, coming to William & Mary was a bit of a

Rock Music Oman 2020 – The Crescent of Learning

I’m homeward bound after the 2020 edition of our Natural History & Contemporary Culture of Oman (a.k.a. Rock Music Oman) course. For the past