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Discovering the Connection Between Marine Science, Climate Change and Science Communication

By Trinity Bea ’22 and Lindsey Smith ’23 Hello! Our names are Trinity Bea and Lindsey Smith. Trinity is a senior, majoring in neuroscience,

From Emerging Tech to Emerging Coursework: How GRI Students Collaborate to Share Expertise

This is the sixth installment of a series highlighting exceptional student contributions to the Global Research Institute, as part of Undergraduate Research Month. By

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:

Connecting Theory and Practice: How Researchers at the TRIP Project Learn from Experts

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

At the Cornerstone of Policy and Tech: How DisinfoLab Analyzes AI

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

Learning From the Best: Reflections on the International Justice Lab

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

Executive Order 77: Eliminating Single-Use Plastics

By Justin Maynard ’23 Last semester I was a Sustainability Ambassador with the Office of Sustainability. After completing a project as a Sustainability Ambassador

WMGIC’s Lasting Impact: More Than Another Case Competition

By August Wagner ’21 This post is written by August Wagner, two-time WMGIC contestant and Events Director for WMGIC V. As the Global Research

The Blue Ridge Bachelor? A Day with the Schuyler Sisters

By Chuck Bailey Saturday, Feb. 26th was a day like no other. I participated in both a William & Mary departmental field trip while