Thursday, March 30th
- Mar3012pm - 12:50pmPhy Sci Noon Seminar (VIMS)VIMS - Andrews Hall, Dominion Classroom 326
"Cohesive sediment distribution in an idealized estuary" by Danielle Tarpley, VIMS
- Mar303:30pm - 5:30pmGe Peng, Computer Science - Dissertation DefenseMcGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 002
Ge Peng, Computer Science - Dissertation Defense
Advisor: Gang Zhou
Title: Enhancing Energy Efficiency and Privacy Protection of Smart Devices
- Mar304pm - 5:30pmWMCI Distinguished Scholar Lecture: “Is China Socialist?” by renowned scholar Professor Barry NaughtonBlow Memorial Hall, Room 201
Join us on Thursday, March 30th from 4:00 to 5:30 in Blow Hall 201 for Professor Naughton's lecture.
- Mar304:30pm - 6:30pm"From the Vantage of the Victory: New Research on the Nike of Samothrace"Andrews Hall, Room 101
In this year's Brinkley Lecture, Professor Bonna Westcoat from Emory University sheds new light on the Nike of Samothrace. Free and open to the public.
- Mar305pmThe Patrick Hayes Writers Series Presents Richard Lucyshyn and Jack ChristianTucker Hall, Tucker Theatre, Tucker 127A
Poets and William & Mary alumni Richard Lucyshyn and Jack Christian
- Mar306pm - 7:30pmHigher Ed Salon: College Presidents and Racial UnrestSchool of Education, Dogwood Room
Eddie Cole, assistant professor in the School of Education's higher education program, will lead a discussion about college presidents and racial unrest through history.
- Mar307pm - 8pmMarch After Hours Lecture - BiosensorsVIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh AuditoriumJoin us as Dr. Mike Unger explains how scientists at VIMS developed a biosensor that uses antibodies to detect oil spills and other threats in our waters.
- 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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