W&M marks five-year milestone for Georgian Papers Programme.
News and Events
Posted October 31, 2019
The School of Education’s Learning Resource Center recently received a grant from the university to expand its Hulon Willis Diversity Collection.
Posted October 25, 2019
As we work together in Virginia to forge a more sustainable, equitable approach to journal deals, the Framework is a powerful statement around which research libraries in the US and abroad can align.
Posted October 9, 2019
More than three dozen women and men donning bonnets and top hats visited Swem Library last week in search of new insights into their favorite author, Jane Austen.
Posted September 30, 2019
W&M Libraries offered human "books" for checkout last week. The unique opportunity allowed attendants to learn from those whose backgrounds and identities differed from their own.
Posted September 27, 2019
As the fall semester gets underway, the university’s Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation is taking shape in Swem Library.
Posted August 14, 2019
William & Mary has been awarded a digital humanities grant by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) that will support a collaborative project between the university’s libraries and computer science department.
Posted July 15, 2019
William & Mary librarian Liz Bellamy ‘13 and Alyssa Archer, Susan Van Patten and Charley Cosmato of Radford were recognized for their initiative to re-envision and renovate an information literacy center in Radford’s McConnell Library.
Posted July 3, 2019
William & Mary Libraries partners with The Next Move Program to provide summer internships for young adults with disabilities.
Posted June 12, 2019
For his years of efforts in myriad areas, Gene Roche was selected as the 2019 recipient of the Shirley Aceto Award. Roche spent this past academic year working with William & Mary Libraries and co-chaired the faculty integration subcommittee that helped launch the new Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation.
Posted May 31, 2019
The latest donation to the Special Collections Research Center shatters the common perception of Victorian literature.