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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

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

Tall tales from a rock named Baby Blue

By Olivia Pearson ’21 Some 550 to 500 million years ago, in what would become central Virginia, a suite of sediments was deposited in

5 Day Weekend? My St Andrews Schedule

Freshman year at William & Mary, I had 2-3 classes each day, except Friday in the fall, where I only had one in the

Inversion Tectonics in the Blue Ridge

By Kelly Thigpen ’21 Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains are underlain by old rocks, some of which formed more than a billion years ago. These

Getting with the Programme

I want to tell the story of why I chose William & Mary (and why I chose the St Andrews Joint Degree Programme!) My

How two student researchers innovated when data couldn’t lead the way

By Anna Raymond ’23 and Kayla Seggelke ’23 Learning to conduct self-guided scientific research as an undergraduate student is difficult enough, and throwing a

Pandemic Pro?

As we begin to embrace our spring semester at William & Mary, I have begun to face the reality of what this semester means