Williams School of Commerce, Economics, and Politics
In the Williams School, we educate students in the liberal arts tradition, preparing them to lead and to serve society and their professions with competence, vision, and integrity. Through our teaching and scholarship, we create and share knowledge about the role of commerce, economics, and politics in a diverse and global society.
Williams School News
- W&L Senior Jonathan Stutts Wins Boehling Memorial Award
Senior Jonathan Stutts, of Charlotte, N.C., has won the Alexander Thomas Boehling '10 Memorial Award at Washington and Lee University. The Boehling Award, selected by the vice president for student affairs, honors a senior for his or her campus leadership.
- W&L's Raquel Alexander on Tax Policy
Raquel Alexander, Washington and Lee University associate professor of accounting, was one of the experts consulted by the website, Card Hub, to discuss changes she would recommend to the tax code.
- Two W&L Alumni Win NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
Two Washington and Lee alumni Cailin Slattery and Robert Wilson have received National Science Foundation Research Fellowships.
- Exhibition "Portraits of Places" Open in Williams Gallery until May 25
"Portraits of Places," paintings, photographs and drawings by artists Jan Knipe, Jim Knipe, Linda White and Bill White, are on exhibit in Williams Gallery in Huntley Hall on the campus of Washington and Lee University
- W&L Junior Wins VFIC/Norfolk Southern Scholarship
Washington and Lee junior Christian Martine has been award a VFIC/Norfolk Southern Scholarship.