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Claire De Lisle

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The Global Research Institute was born out of questions from students.
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Just as the Tribe has been an integral part of their lives, they are an integral part of the Tribe.
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In a groundbreaking ceremony on April 20 for the Alumni House expansion, a crowd of more than 200 alumni, friends and other special guests gathered to celebrate the nearly $21 million project.
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Evin Dogu '02 creates community through bread.
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Co-Producer Caitlin Clements '11 Wins Tony Award
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In Honor of 1918
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The William & Mary community is mourning the passing of American patriot and international tennis star Fred Kovaleski ’49. He was a World War II veteran, loving husband and father and unbeknownst to those around him, he was also a spy for the CIA during the Cold War.
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Named in honor of the year William & Mary first admitted female students, the Society of 1918 aims to grow women's engagement, leadership and philanthropy and celebrate and honor William & Mary women.
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William & Mary family gains six honorary alumni
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Valerie Wilkins M.Ed. ’08 is your guide through the admission process
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On the heels of her victory tour, Jill Ellis ’88, L.H.D. ’16 is returning to William & Mary for Homecoming & Reunion Weekend 2019.
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Michael Steelman brings alumni together to grow their careers
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Alumnae Initiatives are Just the Beginning for Val Cushman
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Meet the 2018 Douglas N. Morton ’62 Alumni Service Awards and Staff Service Award recipients.
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Ruth Weimer Tillar ’45 celebrated her 77th Homecoming this October and served as the grand marshal.
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Alumni Journeys bring alumnae and their families together.
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From the first event to the last, William & Mary Weekend in Chicago was an adventure, with 450 alumni, parents and friends...
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When violence spilled into their hometown in Chihuahua, Mexico, Evan King '17 and his mom knew they had to leave.
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It's 94 degrees in Williamsburg and Gail Williams Wertz ’66, M.A. ’19 has been sweating in the bright sun for hours, carefully digging through layers of soil to reveal artifacts. It's a world away from the clean, cool laboratories she's run for most of her career — and she loves it. Gail is currently a full-time graduate student in anthropology and archaeology at William & Mary, returning to her alma mater after an almost 50-year career in biomedical research.
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Every year, the W&M Alumni Association honors a select group of outstanding young faculty members who represent William & Mary at its very best.
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Life on the farm with Mary Heffernan '00 and family
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The highest and most prestigious award given by the Alumni Association, the Alumni Medallion recognizes outstanding alumni for commitment, dedication and assistance to William & Mary.
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Tribe Pride was everywhere at William & Mary Night at Nationals Park! More than 2,200 William & Mary alumni, family, students and friends attended this year’s event on July 26.
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R. Alexander Kurland P '05 inducted during Commencement Weekend
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The Alumni Association offers something for every member of the Tribe.
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Meet this year's faculty fellowship awardees.
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92 Years of Homecoming
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The highest and most prestigious award given by the Alumni Association.
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Women’s Stock Pitch and Leadership Summit connects students and mentors.
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Business and law schools cover cyberattacks
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Every year, the Alumni Association honors a select group of outstanding young faculty members.
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Douglas N. Morton ’62 Alumni Service Awards
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Pocket Sun '13 is Changing Venture Capital. And She's Only 27.
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In May 2016, Smucker became the fifth-generation president and CEO, taking the reins from his uncle and father.
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The Christopher Wren Association has a new name — the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at William & Mary. The name was introduced in July 2018 as part of a grant from the Bernard Osher Foundation, which supports lifelong learning centers at 123 institutions of higher learning nationwide.