A love of scenic design forged at Williams has led Polly Wood-Holland ’75 around the globe and onto sets as varied as “Annie,” “The Wiz” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”
The Williams FUNded Summer Experience Fair helped students find college-funded opportunities for summer internships, travel, research and more.
Judge Marshall Murray ’75 trains other judges to recognize and mitigate domestic violence. His belief that people can change comes from a personal place.
Students learned how to harness the power of big data to develop climate solutions—and pitched their proposals to industry professionals—during a new, three-week Winter Study course taught by nonprofit founder Gavin McCormick ’05.
Winter Study allows students a chance to dig deep into their academic interests or pursue a new area of study altogether.
A class project connects the “entwined histories of liberation movements against racism, enslavement and imperialism” to the present day through a podcast that features student interviews with alums working in civil rights and human rights.
Drawn to the Ocean
A field trip to the New England coast and guest speakers bring to life concepts learned in the classroom in the introductory course Oceanography, taught by geosciences professor Mea Cook.