Last week Sumié Yotsukura ‘22 and Brian Zhao ’23 celebrated the installation of the exhibit, “Pu Kao Chen: Thoughts of 1923 U.S. & W&M,” at Swem Library. The exhibit was the culmination of their research project to unearth the stories of the first Asian students to attend W&M.
News and Events
Posted November 3, 2021
The vision for William & Mary’s new Democracy Initiative is succinct: “W&M aspires to be a place where respectful dialogue takes place on challenging topics.”
Posted October 8, 2021
Oral Historian Andre Taylor accepted his position at William & Mary Libraries during unprecedented circumstances.
Posted October 5, 2021
The Virtual Library of Virginia (VIVA) is providing an unlimited Read-and-Publish transformative agreement with Rockefeller University Press that adds new journals to its electronic resources.
Posted September 29, 2021
Randy Chambers, the director of William & Mary's Keck Environmental Field Laboratory, is leading a team that's trying to find a way to keep turtles out of crab traps. With the help of Swem Library's Makerspace, the team created devices to use to decrease turtles' ability to access the traps.
Posted September 2, 2021
Sexual harassment is far more frequent in academic libraries than previously assumed, according to a first-of-its-kind survey published in College & Research Libraries.
Posted July 13, 2021
Adrienne Petty, associate professor of history at W&M, was awarded in May with a 2021 Faculty Innovations in Pedagogy and Teaching Fellowship, presented by The HistoryMakers, the nation’s largest African American video oral history archive.
Posted July 6, 2021
William & Mary Libraries is tackling a project this summer to make it easier than ever to check out books.
Posted May 4, 2021
Take a minute each day during final exams to recharge with these activities at Swem! All supplies and snacks will placed in the first floor lobby area.
Posted April 28, 2021
W&M Libraries now has perpetual access to all Adam Matthew Digital content published through 2020.
Posted April 21, 2021
Since early days of what would become the COVID-19 pandemic, the William & Mary community has engaged in the herculean work of managing and adapting to operations during a global public health crisis.