Homecoming 2016
Thursday, October 13 - Sunday, October 16
Alumni House

This is your Homecoming. Come celebrate with us. Join us from October 13 - 16, 2016. Relive your favorite William & Mary moments and create some new ones. Browse a detailed listing of events.

    ?The Production of Precarity: Labor Hierarchies in the South Arabian Sea?s Oil Industry?
    Thursday, October 13
    11:45am - 1pm
    James Blair Hall, Room 206

    Global Studies invites you to a lunch-time lecture: ?The Production of Precarity: Labor Hierarchies in the South Arabian Sea?s Oil Industry? by Prof. Andrea Wright


      Homecoming Seminar: Doug Soltis W&M '75 - University of Florida
      Thursday, October 13
      3:45pm - 5pm
      ISC3 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1221

      "Building the tree of life-why it matters"

        'The End of White Christian America' and the Role of Religion in the 2016 Presidential Election
        Thursday, October 13
        4:30pm - 5:30pm
        Blow Memorial Hall

        Lecture by Dr. Brantley Gasaway (Bucknell Univ.):  Does the 2016 election signal the end of the Religious Right?s political clout, the demise of ?the God gap? between Republicans & Democrats, and the waning of the culture wars over abortion/gay rights? 


          Art & Art History's  Distinguished Speaker of the Year, Elizabeth Boone '70,  to lecture
          Thursday, October 13
          5pm - 6pm
          Ewell Hall, Room 107
          Art Historian Elizabeth Boone, a specialist in the pre-Columbian and early colonial art of Latin America, with an emphasis on Mexico, will be Art & Art History's 2016 Distinguished Speaker.
            Department Seminar
            Thursday, October 13
            5:30pm
            McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 219

            Callan Bentley. Northern Virginia Community College

            A virtual Grand Tour of key geological sites in Iceland, Northern Ireland, and Scotland

              Computer Science Night
              Thursday, October 13
              6:30pm - 8pm
              Cohen Career Center
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                Ongoing Events

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                One Off: Monotypes
                Thursday, October 6 - Friday, November 4
                Andrews Hall

                Currently showing in our Andrews Gallery, One Off: Monotypes, Featuring work by Barbara Grossman, Frank Hobbs and Yvonne Petkus. The show is curated by Professor  Brian Kreydatus.

                Study Abroad in La Plata, Argentina ** Extended Deadline: OCTOBER 16 **
                Thursday, October 6 - Sunday, October 16
                12am - 11:59pm
                Reves Center for International Studies

                Interested in Human Rights? This is THE perfect opportunity for you!

                STUDY ABROAD IN LA PLATA, ARGENTINA.

                * APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED: OCTOBER 16 *