Forum on Government Student Research

The Forum on Graduate Student Research was held on February 3rd.  Hosted by the Virginia Council of Graduate schools, the purpose of the forum was to emphasize the importance of graduate research to the Commonwealth. Six graduate students at the College of William and Mary were given a chance to present their research to government representatives, university administrators and the general public. Students of the College presented research in several different areas, such as magnetic storage media (Jonathan Skuza), implant surfaces for improved bone attachment (Laura Rickard), archaeology of Jewish communities in the Caribbean (Derek Miller) and energy efficiency in building construction (Shannon Chance).  At the forum, a video was shown highlighting impressive research of graduate students across Virginia. The forum was an opportunity for students across the Commonwealth both to present cutting-edge and innovative research and observe their colleagues work.

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The Virginia Informer is a student-run publication at The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. The newspaper contained five sections: News, Features, Sports, Arts & Culture, and Opinion

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