Thursday, March 23rd

  • Mar2312pm - 12:50pm
    Phy Sci Noon Seminar (VIMS)
    VIMS - Andrews Hall, Dominion Classroom 326

    Effect of pH on nutrients release and algal bloom in the Back River, Upper Chesapeake Bay" by Nicole Cai, VIMS

    and

    "An alternative hypothesis for harmful algal bloom by Cochlodinium Polykrikoides in the Lower Chesapeake Bay" by Zhengui Wang, VIMS

  • Mar235pm - 7pm
    "The Branding of the American Mind": Talk with Author Jacob Rooksby '04
    Swem Library, Ford Classroom

    Join W&M Libraries for a discussion of higher education's love affair with intellectual property, in all its dimensions with author, Jacob Rooksby '04.

  • Mar236pm - 8pm
    Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition
    Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

    A new part of the Graduate Research Symposium, this is an exciting event for W&M Graduate Students to show off their research and compete for up to $500 in prizes!

  • Mar237pm - 8:30pm
    Free Screening of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap
    Tucker Hall, 127A

    The W&M Society of Women in Computing (SWC) is excited to host a free screening of CODE, an award winning documentary discussing the very real gender gap present in the tech industry, and ways to close this gap for good. Open to the campus community! 

Ongoing

  • Mar145:10pm
    -
    Apr66:10pm
    Erhu Workshop
    Rowe House, Room 101

    Learn to play the erhu, an ancient Chinese violin-like instrument and experience the classic sounds of China.


  • Feb11
    -
    Apr6
    Botticelli and the Search for the Divine
    Muscarelle 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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