Thursday, March 16th
- Mar1612pm - 12:50pmPhy Sci Noon Seminar (VIMS)VIMS - Andrews Hall, Dominion Classroom 326
"Oceanography and ecological physiology: an interdisciplinary approach to global change biology" by Emily Rivest, VIMS
- Mar1612:30pm - 1:30pmOral Presentation Skills Workshop for Graduate StudentsEwell Hall, Ewell Recital Hall (107)
Attend this workshop to improve your presentation skills prior to the Graduate Research Symposium!
- Mar163:30pm - 4:45pmThe Contemporary Effects of the Acadian Diaspora, a guest lecture by Barry AnceletWashington Hall, Room 301
The Acadian Expulsion carried out by the British from what is now Nova Scotia in 1755 dispersed the Acadians throughout much of the Atlantic world. How is Acadian identity and culture expressed today in Maritime Canada, Louisiana, and even France?
- Mar164:30pm - 6:30pm"Who's Your Daddy? A Paternity Crisis after the Peloponnesian War"Andrews Hall, Room 101
AIA Lecture presents: Professor Kelcy Sagstetter from the US Naval Academy discusses concerns about fatherhood following the Peloponnesian War. Free and open to the public.
- Mar165pm - 6pmFulbright Academic Grant Information SessionJames Blair Hall, Room 201
Fulbright Academic Grants fund a year of study or research abroad. Come hear Hakan Seyalioglu '07 discuss his Fulbright experience studying Mathematics in Hungary, and get all the information you need to start putting together a competitive application.
- Mar167pmFaculty Reading on THE EVIL ONETucker Hall, Tucker Theatre, Tucker 127A
THE EVIL ONE is a brand new anthology of short fiction and a love note to the career of Texas cult rocker Roky Erickson, originally of The 13th Floor Elevators. There will be readings from Tom Batten, Hermine Pinson, Andrew Blossom, and Brian Castleberry.
- Mar145:10pm-Apr66:10pmErhu WorkshopRowe House, Room 101
Learn to play the erhu, an ancient Chinese violin-like instrument and experience the classic sounds of China.
- Feb11-Apr6Botticelli and the Search for the DivineMuscarelle Museum of Art
Between February 11 and April 6, the Muscarelle Museum of Art will be showcasing works by Sandro Botticelli (Florence, 1445-1510) in the most important Botticelli exhibition ever seen in the United States.
Admission is free with a W&M ID.
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