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University Advancement Staff

Community
As technology changes the world at ever-increasing rates, some of the university’s most innovative transitions are happening at William & Mary Libraries.
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Leadership
Matt Wester ’06, M.A.Ed. ’10 is challenging the odds. As a physics and biology teacher at Franklin Military School in Richmond, Virginia, he has devoted more than a decade to a profession that nearly half of new teachers nationally leave within five years.
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Community
The most competitive of William & Mary scholarships, the 1693 Scholarship is merit-based, given to both in-state and out-of-state students, and provides significant financial support for tuition, fees, room and board.
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Lightings
A crowd of almost 200 gathered at the Chrysler Museum of Art to celebrate the transformational impact the campaign is having on the lives of students, faculty and alumni. The museum and the Wells Fargo Center were illuminated in green and gold for the special evening.
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Online Exclusive
Chi Omega alumnae draw on sisterhood and mutual respect to excel in public policy roles
Community
Veterans possess the talent and drive to succeed in the business world, but they often need support systems to make a healthy transition to civilian life after military service.
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Cover Story
William & Mary completed its boldest fundraising campaign yet, with $1.04 billion raised, ties among alumni and alma mater strengthened and its status as the No. 1 public university for alumni participation cemented several years in a row.
Community
Camp Launch has been sparking curiosity in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields since 2012.
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Scholarships provide hope and lasting change
Collaboration
Faculty are at the heart of William & Mary’s mission of teaching, learning and research.
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By & Large
After 81 years, Zable Stadium finally gets a facelift
Leadership
The Branch Out Alternative Breaks program, run through the Office of Community Engagement, has been giving students the opportunity to attend service trips during fall, winter and spring breaks for the past 18 years.
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By & Large
Both Tribe basketball teams are setting their sights on March once again, with talented seniors, powerful role players and experienced coaching staffs.
Collaboration
A gift from S. Stuart Flanagan increased financial support for graduate students working in the School of Education clinics.
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Lightings
William & Mary returned to its royal roots during the May 28 For the Bold campaign celebration in London in honor of the nearly 9,000 alumni, parents and friends that comprise the university’s international community.
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Leadership
The Puller Clinic hosts Military Mondays to assist veterans working through the disability claims process.
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Leadership
Led by Director Mike Tierney ’87, M.A. ’88, William & Mary’s Global Research Institute (GRI) facilitates interdisciplinary collaboration among students, faculty and field experts to generate research with real-world policy implications.
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Thank You
For the Bold was a campaign about people. Thank you for the transformational impact you’ve made for everyone in the William & Mary community.
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Lightings
William & Mary celebrated its $1 billion For the Bold campaign against the backdrop of the nation’s capital as the university’s colors illuminated the skyline in honor of more than 20,000 alumni in the Washington, D.C., metro area.
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Community
William & Mary is committed to equity and to creating a university community where all students can excel.
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Community
Each summer, many William & Mary students make the difficult choice between taking an unpaid internship that might help them in their future career or finding a paid summer job outside of their career path in order to help make ends meet.
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By & Large
Alumni giving is moving the university forward
Goals
Goals
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Lightings
William & Mary celebrated its For the Bold campaign in Atlanta as the university’s colors lit the sky in honor of more than 23,630 alumni, parents and friends in the Southeast region.
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Lightings
Glenn Hines Harding ’65 and Audra Lynn Mallow ’90 are trailblazers. They are now cementing the footprint of William & Mary’s For the Bold campaign on the West Coast.
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Leadership
The Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance was established in 2014 by a generous multiyear gift from Todd Boehly ’96 and Katie Garrett Boehly ’95.
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Leadership
William & Mary students study abroad in more than 45 countries around the world.
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Collaboration
The new Martha Wren Briggs Center for the Visual Arts, slated to open in early 2023, will propel William & Mary’s vibrant arts scene forward.
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Collaboration
Online learning continues to grow in importance, and the Center for Online Learning brings an engaging learning environment directly to students’ computers.
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Leadership
Bob Trice ’68 and Susan Saulmon Trice ’68 believe in the power of international experiences for students.
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Lightings
Chicago’s skyline came alive during a For the Bold campaign celebration with William & Mary’s colors illuminating several iconic landmarks in honor of the nearly 24,000 alumni, parents and friends in the Central region.
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Tribe
Classes and activities of all kinds have moved outside to allow for social distancing, to reduce the risk of transmission and to take advantage of good weather and fresh air.
Collaboration
Judy Poarch Nance ’69 and Peter Nance ’66 wanted to commemorate their daughter’s legacy by honoring her academic passions.
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Online Exclusive
“I believe that the upward mobility of black Americans depends on education. I will not let students have an excuse for failure.” – The late Carroll F.S. Hardy HON ’12
By & Large
Fiscal Year 2016 engagement perspective
Collaboration
The RV Virginia and its state-of-the-art scientific equipment will allow VIMS scientists to monitor and study the Chesapeake Bay and its marine life.
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Tribe
Alumni Stay Connected From Coast to Coast
Collaboration
After Cory English's first wife, Katchen Stonehouse, died in 2010, English established the English-Stonehouse Fellowship as a tribute to her memory.
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Leadership
In November 2019, a William & Mary alumna made a $19.3-million gift to establish the landmark Institute for Integrative Conservation (IIC).
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Facilities
Facilities
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By & Large
The Doug Morton ’62 Alumni Service Awards are given annually to recognize individuals for their exceptional service to the Alumni Association and the university through their efforts to connect and engage alumni.
Community
The McLeod Tyler Wellness Center represents William & Mary’s commitment to improving student health through a holistic approach.
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Leadership
Filter feeders such as the Chesapeake Bay oyster increasingly consume discarded microplastics, which then are passed up through the food chain.
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Collaboration
Joseph Plumeri ’66 D.P.S. ’11 established the Plumeri Awards for Faculty Excellence in 2009 with the goal of enabling outstanding W&M professors to take their collaborative and dynamic research to the next level.
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By & Large
William & Mary brings For the Bold to New York City
By & Large
Recognizing Impact
Community
With help from a five-year, $1 million gift from EY, William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business is advancing diversity and inclusion efforts.
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Lightings
W&M launched its $1 billion campaign in New York City against the backdrop of the Empire State Building, which shined brightly in green and gold in honor of the nearly 13,000 alumni, parents and friends in the area.
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Lightings
Glenn Hines Harding ’65 and Audra Lynn Mallow ’90 are trailblazers. They are now cementing the footprint of William & Mary’s For the Bold campaign on the West Coast.
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Community
Teri Dale Dungan ’88, P ’17, P ’20, P ’23 and Thomas F. Dungan III ’88, P ’17, P ’20, P ’23 established the HEART Fund in fall 2019
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Lightings
Home to nearly 23,000 alumni, parents and friends, greater Richmond was ignited with Tribe Pride as the William & Mary community gathered together at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts to celebrate For the Bold.
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By & Large
BOV names The Martha Wren Briggs Center for the Visual Arts
Tribe
Alumni Stay Connected From Coast to Coast
Lightings
Against the backdrop of its iconic Wren Building, in October 2015 William & Mary publicly launched the For the Bold campaign, the most ambitious fundraising effort in the university’s history.
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Leadership
The new center at Busch Field features a locker room, rooftop patio, meeting space, public restrooms and video streaming capabilities.
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Online Exclusive
Since last year’s announcement of the Shenkman Jewish Center, members of the William & Mary community have been waiting with eager anticipation for the project to begin. They need not wait any longer — on Wednesday, a large group gathered together to break ground on the more than 3,000 square foot center, which is slated to open in fall 2018.
By & Large
This year, Susan P. Manix ’79 will begin the second year of her two-year term as president of the board.
By & Large
The fall meeting of the Alumni Association Board of Directors was held at the Alumni House, Sept. 15-16, 2016, in Williamsburg.
By & Large
All-Volunteer Force Symposium to Reconvene
Leadership
By attending the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, William & Mary students are creating a brighter future for women in STEM.
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Collaboration
In 2015, The Robert G. Cabell III and Maude Morgan Cabell Foundation issued a unique challenge to the William & Mary community as part of the For the Bold campaign
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Community
Amid protests of racial injustice around the country and a global pandemic, the William & Mary community strengthened its resolve to take action through initiatives that transform teaching and learning and accelerate positive change.
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Community
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation contributed almost $8 million during the For the Bold campaign through nine grants and an endowment, thereby bolstering the arts, humanities and social sciences at W&M.
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Collaboration
William & Mary undergraduate students share the College Curriculum experience, a set of specially designed courses that connect and integrate knowledge across the academic disciplines.
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Collaboration
Aided by private support and cross-campus collaboration, W&M's iGEM team competes each year in the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition.
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Scholarships
Affording Opportunity
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Tribe
The winter meeting of the William & Mary Alumni Association (WMAA) Board of Directors was held at the Alumni House, February 9-10, 2017.