Database Demo
Wednesday, November 5
12pm
Swem Library, Learning Resource Center
Join Swem research librarians to see demonstrations of our latest databases.
    African-American concert dance and its role in communicating social, political and cultural issues
    Wednesday, November 5
    2pm - 3:20pm
    Swem Library, Botetourt Theater
    Please join us for Sabrina Madison-Cannon's demonstration lecture on Nov. 5th from 2-3:20 in Botetourt Theater and Master Classes on Nov. 6th from 11:05-12:20 & 12:30-1:45 in Adair Hall.
      Lecture: China and the U.S.: Strategic Partners, Competitors, or...?
      Wednesday, November 5
      3:30pm - 5pm
      Small Hall, Room 111
      Tun-jen Cheng, professor of government, will present on U.S.-China relations.
        Departmental Seminar
        Wednesday, November 5
        4pm - 5pm
        McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 219
        Dr. Marjorie Friedrichs from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science presents Coastal-Nitrogen Fluxes: Results from a Land-Estuarine-Ocean Biogeochemical Modeling System
          AIA Lecture
          Wednesday, November 5
          4:30pm - 6:30pm
          Andrews Hall, Room 101
          Dr. Ellen Herscher will be speaking on Ancient Cyprus: An Island Between East and West.
            Movie Night
            Wednesday, November 5
            6pm - 7pm
            Pleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), 3rd floor
            Russian sci-fi dystopian black comedy
              Der Filmabend - Knockin' on heaven's door
              Wednesday, November 5
              6:30pm - 8:30pm
              Morton Hall, Room 001
              Two young men, Martin and Rudi, both suffering from terminal cancer, get to know each other in a hospital room. They drown their desperation in Tequila and decide to take one last trip to the sea.
                Blue Collar Confidential: Why gay steelworkers remain closeted and how that's changing
                Wednesday, November 5
                7pm
                Tucker Hall, Theater
                Join us to hear Anne Balay talk about why gay steelworkers opted to remain invisible, and how and why that is now changing. A reception in the foyer of Tucker Hall will follow the lecture.
                  Ebola Demystified: A Discussion Panel on the Current Outbreak
                  Wednesday, November 5
                  7pm
                  Sadler Center, Tidewater A
                  Come learn more about the Ebola outbreak and get all your questions answered by our very own W&M experts from multiple departments: Professor Camilla Buchanan, Professor Alison Scott, Professor Leah Shaw & Professor Admasu Shiferaw. Everyone is welcome!
                    Russian Tea_A
                    Wednesday, November 5
                    7pm
                    Pleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), 3rd floor
                    Advanced Russian Conversation
                      Women In Business Guest Speaker- Sue Panzer from Lifetime Television Network
                      Wednesday, November 5
                      7pm
                      Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Room 1008
                      Women in Business is hosting Sue Panzer, CEO of Panzer Consulting and former Vice President of Affiliate Ad Sales and Distribution Marketing for Lifetime Television Network. Join us in hearing her insights into the world of Media & Communications!

                        Ongoing Events

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                        Coffee with a CLA Fellow
                        Monday, November 3 - Friday, November 21
                        Location not specified
                        CLA Fellows are available for informal discussion with faculty about COLL course development. Come have coffee on us. What's on your mind? See the full schedule.
                        Spring Registration for Continuing Students
                        Friday, October 31 - Friday, November 7
                        Location not specified