Hayden Le (3283)

This campaign ended on April 07, 2018, but you can still make a gift to William & Mary by clicking here!

The Court of Social Media: Leveraging Computational Methods to Predict Public Response to Sexual Misconduct News Stories

Hometown: Falls Church, Virginia

Department: Interdisciplinary Studies

Advisor: Daniel Parker


How could Big Data era statistical techniques be leveraged to analyze how differing language features in separate news articles affect public sentiment? To address this question, this honors project will compare and contrast different machine learning techniques seeking to capture latent language features that influence public opinion (as captured by social media).


All William & Mary Honors Fellowships fundraising supports the Charles Center Honors Fellowships Fund. Direct support for individual undergraduate research projects is distributed by the Roy R. Charles Center for Academic Excellence

US Donor Map

Class Leaderboard

The Class Leaderboard reflects giving from Alumni, Students, Parents
1993 1$100
1995 1$500
2001 1$20
2003 1$400
2010 1$50
2011 1$150
2012 1$100
2013 1$50
2014 1$250
2016 1$100
2017 1$50
2019 2$600

Donor affiliations

46% Alumni

Show Alumni

10% Students

Show Students

19% Parents

Show Parents

5% Faculty/Staff

Show Faculty/Staff

32% Friends

Show Friends

Donor list

Tuan-Anh Le
Richard Williams
Rachael Tatman photoRachael Tatman
Suby and Jim Wildman
Jeffrey Peter Sarmonis photoJeffrey Peter Sarmonis
Aleina Kreider
Sarah, C, Glass
Natalie J Goldring
Tri Le
Hai Le
Karen Richards
Jamie Hershaw BS '11 MA '13
Michael Woon
Minh-Quyen Duong photoMinh-Quyen Duong
Frank Huang
Noah Kreutter photoNoah Kreutter

An Anonymous Donor matched $510
No Challenges