Inaugural Newton-Blanchard Prize for Creative Writing
Friday, April 1 - Sunday, May 1
No specific location.
The Newton-Blanchard Prize aims to recognize excellence in both fiction and non-fiction writing. Two prizes of $2500 each will be awarded in Spring 2016 to original short fiction and original nonfiction.
    MACS Talks-Dr. Chad Hamill
    Friday, April 1
    Ewell Hall, Room 107
    Friday, April 1, 12:00pm Ewell Recital Hall
      Africana First Friday with April Manalang
      Friday, April 1
      12pm - 1pm
      Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall)
      All are welcome for a talk by Dr. April Manalang, Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies, Department of History at Norfolk State University. Her talk is titled, "Illuminating a Shared, Hidden Story: Buffalo Soldiers and the Philippines."
        Hillger-Roberts-Kranbuehl Chemistry Symposium
        Friday, April 1
        3pm - 4pm
        Robert Crabtree, Yale University presents "Homogeneous Oxidation Catalysts Applied to Green and Energy Problems"
          The Use and Abuse of Mechanical Turk: A Panel Discussion With Harvard Professor Joshua Kertzer
          Friday, April 1
          3pm - 4pm
          Miller Hall, Room 1082
          Want to learn more about crowd-sourcing your research? Curious about the crossroads of ethics and political science research? Come by Miller 1082 on April 1st from 3-4 PM to hear about to ethically use Mechanical Turk, a common crowd sourcing platform.
            History Department Brown Bag Series
            Friday, April 1
            3pm - 4:30pm
            James Blair Hall, History Department Library
              Physics Colloquium - Charles Perdrisat
              Friday, April 1
              4pm - 5pm
              Small Hall, Room 111
              Prof. Charles F. Perdrisat, William & Mary Physics, Title of Talk: The Elastic Form Factors of the Nucleon
                tribeHacks II
                Friday, April 1 - Sunday, April 3
                7pm - 2pm
                Small Hall
                We're back and better than ever! The hackathon of hackathons, hosted right here at William and Mary. Meet people, talk to employers, and create something great! Register at
                  Russian Music Ensemble Concert
                  Friday, April 1
                  Ewell Hall, Room 107
                  Admission: Free/$1 suggested donation

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                    Ongoing Events

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                    Women's Chorus Tour
                    Thursday, March 31 - Sunday, April 3
                    Location not specified
                    Submit Art for W&M Pride 2016!
                    Monday, March 21 - Friday, April 8
                    Sunken Garden
                    Chinese Cooking Class
                    Thursday, March 17 - Thursday, April 7
                    Rowe House
                    Taught by local Chef Ed McMahon, the WMCI Chinese Cooking classes are an excellent way to experience Chinese culture. The class will teach students how to prepare various authentic Chinese foods.
                    An Introduction to China's World Heritage Sites
                    Tuesday, March 15 - Thursday, April 7
                    Rowe House
                    William & Mary Confucius Institute presents a course on China's World heritage Sites. Students will explore cultural, historical and geographic elements of China using photos and research. Government will also be discussed.
                    Monday, March 14 - Monday, April 4
                    Rowe House
                    The William & Mary Confucius Institute presents a class on the ancient Chinese instrument--Pipa, which is similar to a gourd flute. All skill levels welcome!
                    COLL Innovation Grants for Faculty: Open Proposals
                    Monday, February 22 - Friday, April 29
                    Location not specified
                    Innovation Grants in support of COLL curriculum available now
                    Taiji Workshop
                    Tuesday, February 2 - Tuesday, April 12
                    Sadler Center, Chesapeake B
                    WMCI community-favorite Beginner Yang Style Taiji Workshop. Learn the ancient Chinese technique meant for exercise and meditation.
                    Chinese Painting I + II
                    Monday, February 1 - Wednesday, April 6
                    Rowe House
                    William & Mary community course. Join the staff of the WMCI for two courses on Chinese painting! All skill levels welcome.