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.
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.
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.