Policy Dialogues in DC
Friday, September 16
All day
Location not specified

We believe it is important for anyone studying public policy to get out of the classroom and interact with policy professionals in a wide variety of setting. Given our proximity to Washington D.C. as well as the state capital of Richmond

    Geology Brown Bag
    Friday, September 16
    12pm - 12:50pm
    McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 230

    Ashley Meredith

    It's Paradise, if You Can Bear It:  87 Days in Galapagos

      Colloquium talk by Bin Ren, Challenging the ?Irregularity?
      Friday, September 16
      3pm - 4pm
      McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 020

      Colloquium talk by Bin Ren, Challenging the ?Irregularity?: Unleashing the Power of Modern Single Instruction Multiple Data Architectures

        Seminar: Eric Walters-Old Dominion University
        Friday, September 16
        3:45pm - 5pm
        ISC3 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1221

        "The influence of ecological conditions on helping behavior in the cooperatively breeding acorn woodpecker"

          Study Abroad Funding Forum
          Friday, September 16
          4pm - 5pm
          Washington Hall, Room 201

          The Study Abroad Funding Forum will provide information on financial aid and various study abroad scholarships, W&M administered scholarships as well as national scholarships, that can used to pay for study abroad. 

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            Annual CS t-shirt design contest
            Friday, September 9 - Wednesday, September 21
            6pm - 12:01pm
            McGlothlin-Street Hall

            The annual CS t-shirt design contest is now open!

            Andrews Gallery Exhibition, Richard Crozier "Repository of Missing Places"
            Thursday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 28
            Andrews Hall, Andrews Gallery

            "Repository of Missing Places" An exhibition of 30 years of paintings by Richard Crozier.

            Beginning September 1-28, 2016

            Reception held Thursday, September 8, 4-6pm in the Andrews Gallery Foyer.

            All are welcome!

            Spring 2017 DC Semester Program Applications Open!
            Monday, August 15 - Tuesday, September 20
            9am - 5pm
            Washington Center
            For more information, and to apply visit www.wm.edu/dcsemester