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Meet the Transfer Interns: Alex Chong

Hello, future transfer students! My name is Alex Chong! This year, I have the honor to work with an amazing group of people as

Aligning Research with Global Issues: How DisinfoLab Evolves with Pressing Challenges

By Adriana Shi ’24 What began as an idea from DisinfoLab analysts transformed into four published articles on Diplomatic Courier. These pieces highlight the researchers’ report about how different factors in

My Experience Working at a Fintech Venture Launcher for Climate Resilience

The Global Research Institute’s Summer Fellows Program provides international experiential learning opportunities to W&M students. This post is one installment of a series highlighting the

Researcher Profile: Geology Professor Dom Ciruzzi studies interactions between trees and the water cycle

Dom Ciruzzi has spent a lot of time watching trees move. More accurately, he’s spent a lot of time measuring tree “sway”: tiny sideways

The Moon Over Mtatsminda

The Global Research Institute’s Summer Fellows Program provides international experiential learning opportunities to W&M students. This post is one installment of a series highlighting

Serendipity: Forging Connections and Conducting Research in the Republic of Georgia

The Global Research Institute’s Summer Fellows Program provides international experiential learning opportunities to W&M students. This post is one installment of a series highlighting

Researching Sport for Development in Liberia

By Zoe Roberts ’23 The Global Research Institute’s Summer Fellows Program provides international experiential learning opportunities to W&M students. This post is one installment

Your Guide to Finals Season (from a Transfer Student!)

Hello! My name is Katarina, and I’m a senior studying History and minoring in Hispanic Studies here at William & Mary. I’m also a

Embracing Uncertainty in Uganda

By Anna Glass ’24 The Global Research Institute’s Summer Fellows Program provides international experiential learning opportunities to W&M students. This post is one installment