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Because of Community: Professor Jennifer Bickham Mendez

This post is written by Caitlyn Whitesell ’20, who serves as the communication intern for OCE. She interviewed Professor Jennifer Bickham-Mendez in Fall 2019.

In the Field with Mobile Microinsurance

By Maisie Sapner ’20, Laura Schwartz ’20 and Elizabeth Sutterlin ’20 Our team led by mentor Professor Phil Roessler, competed for Shark Tank funding

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

Learning on Fire by Maddie Talnagi ’20

Guest blogger Maddie Talnagi ’20 provides us an overview of the realities of public education in the United States. Talnagi was a student in

Understanding the Complex Dance between Ignorance and Welcome in the Venezuelan Migration Crisis

By Jahnavi Prabhala ’22 Summer Fellows Cohort 2019 IMMAP, Bogotá, Columbia Staring out the car window, I sat in the back of the car

Students Experience the Power of the Tribe Network in Washington, D.C.

By Ana Suárez Global Research Institute On Wednesday, July 10th in Washington D.C., over thirty William & Mary alums beat the summer heat in

W&M, Global Research Institute Expand Teaching and Research on Autocracy, Democracy and Human Rights

By Rebecca Latourell Global Research Institute, Assistant Director of Programs With autocracies on the rise worldwide and human rights abuses following suit, there is

Finding Myself in a Foreign Place: Navigating Data, Politics, and Identity

By Matt Crittenden ’21 Summer Fellow Cohort 2019 CheckMySchool, Manila, Philippines Seventy-five days later and I can confidently navigate four connecting flights and 30+ hours