On April 16, William & Mary held a moment of silence in recognition of the hardships caused by the coronavirus pandemic and in honor of the health care providers and essential workers on the front lines.
Students walk from Tucker Hall to the Sunken Garden on a snowy day in Williamsburg. The statue of President James Monroe in front of Tucker Hall was dedicated in 2015 and is a gift from Patty Bayliss Owens ’62, P ’20 and the late Carroll W. Owens Jr. ’62, P ’90.
To inspire and train the next generation of innovative leaders, the university recently expanded its capacity to promote entrepreneurial programming in a new, highly visible 7,000-square-foot Entrepreneurship Hub located in Tribe Square on Richmond Road.
This awards and review process is a way to recognize regional alumni chapter/affinity group boards that have demonstrated exemplary programming and a commitment to engaging fellow alumni with alma mater.