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Apply for the 2022 Conservation Research Program to work alongside external conservation partners and faculty mentors to conduct applied research that advances real-world conservation outcomes. Visit the IIC website to learn more.
The seminar paper is a common assignment in humanities graduate courses. But what is it? And how might you do multiple of these at the end of the semester successfully? Learn practical strategies to approach this genre.
"Perspectives on the Linguistic Sign: Sound Symbolism in English and Arabic"
Also streamed on Zoom
This event includes a screening of River People: Behind the Case of David Sohappy and a discussion with Wilbur Slockish Jr. on the legacy of "Salmonscam" and his lifelong fight to protect the treaty rights and water resources of the River People.
October 2021November 2021
The Andrews Gallery presents GRETA PRATT: The History of the United States (condensed and abridged). Exhibition begins October 8 through November 18, 2021. The Gallery is open 10 - 4, please follow the W&M Covid-19 guidelines. Masks are required.
This supportive outreach group will provide an outlet for students who are living with chronic illness and trying to navigate day to day life.
W&M is proud to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month. Please join the William & Mary community as we celebrate Latinx heritage month. For more information, visit: bit.ly/WMLHM2021
RPSS program invite you for upcoming individual film screenings in Fall 2021
W&M Art History Senior Research Colloquium III NOW ONLINE
12 art history majors in the capstone seminar, under the guidance of Professor Xin Conan-Wu, present in depth research on various topics, ranging from the historical to the contemporary.
Now Online W&M Art History's THE CURATORIAL PROJECT: "THE ART OF WELL BEING", STUDENT PRESENTATIONS
Art & Art History's Studio Art 2021 Senior Exhibition "Collective Imagination" NOW ONLINE
Graduating Seniors, Abigail Daniel, Leah Moyer, Jorden Solet, Evan Squires and Iris Wu
Now Online, the Spring 2021 Virtual Non Majors Exhibition, featuring work by W&M students participating in the Studio Art classes, who are not majors of the program.