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Peyton Winter, Evan Laughlin, and Nick Montalbano (all W&M Geology 2020) will be presenting the "GEOL 310 Trip Report: Regional Field Geology of California."
Please join English Department alumni, faculty, students, and staff for a reception and panel discussion of careers for English graduates.
Speaker: Dr. David T. Nguyen, Senior Research Scientist from Facebook
Join the W&M Anthropology Department this Homecoming Weekend as Dr. Daniel O. Sayers, Chair of the Department of Anthropology at American University, presents "Creating Home: African and Native American Resistance Communities of the Great Dismal Swamp."
Philosophy Department alums are cordially invited to our Homecoming reception on Friday, October 18th, 2019, from 3 to 4:30 pm n the Frank MacDonald Library.
The public lecture by Danny Wysong '07 will discuss how his expertise in Russian language and culture opened up for him unexpected career paths in both the public and private sector.
"I tell stories about my work with queer steelworkers, truckers, and whores that unpack what queerness means in these places and times."
Join us to cheer our Language Houses on as they participate in the Homecoming Parade!
Join the vibrant Hispanic Studies community; (re-)connect with old classmates and faculty, and meet current students and friends.
I-MIC 2019: Featuring Award-Winning poet and physician Irène Mathieu '09, W&M student poets, and the Russian Music Ensemble
Mark Young, Professor Emeritus at University of Central Florida, will be presenting on self-care in a talk titled, "How to Avoid Becoming a Zombie." In addition, alumni and students will be given the chance to network and mingle.
This Homecoming & Reunion Weekend, come home and show your pride your way. Each year features new programming and old favorites, including annual signature events like the Homecoming Parade, Virginia Uncorked and the Saturday Night Bash.
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In free, one-on-one sessions, our trained peer consultants help you learn how to construct an argument, deliver a presentation, or use and cite sources.
In 1991, the Women's Studies program emerged, and in 2013, the program was renamed Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, a change that reflects the program’s aspirations for the growth of feminist research and activism at William & Mary.