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Special Collections finds records of first person of color at the College

Recently, while examining old records and archives of early international students at the College of William and Mary, Mosaic Fellow Shayna Gutcho discovered a...

Forum examines the future of AI, data science

Friday, Nov. 15, McGlothlin-Street Hall at the College of William and Mary was packed as students and faculty members gathered to listen to Jesse...

Thanksgiving presents occasion to remember America’s difficult past

Next week, people across the United States will celebrate Thanksgiving, one of the world’s most distinctly American traditions. Families will reunite, parades will be...

Artificial Intelligence: Vanderbilt Chief Data Scientist Jesse Spencer-Smith hosts workshop discussing technology’s assets to...

Thursday Nov. 14, Chief Data Scientist at Vanderbilt University Jesse Spencer-Smith visited the College of William and Mary to host a workshop titled “A.I....

Down Memory Lane: Psychology professor Pamela Hunt models fetal alcohol spectrum disorders in zebrafish

Pamela Hunt, professor of psychological sciences, gave the presentation of her life when she was two steps from throwing up. On the day she...