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Join us for a panel discussion on the impact of informal infrastructural development on deforestation and the land rights of Indigenous peoples in Honduras.
Ryan Mutter is an Analyst at the Health Policy Studies Unit, Health Analysis Division of the U.S. Congressional Budget Office. He will speak about “Responding to the Opioid Crisis.”
Emerging Scholars Series Talk: "The Story of Civil War-Era Emancipation and Black Citizenship in Yorktown Virginia"
Learn about the experiences and realities of local immigrants & refugees in a discussion with guest speakers Nicole Alanko and Prof. Kern-Scheerer from the W&M Immigration Law Clinic. This event is hosted by WMFIRE.
Registration for Spring 2022 began October 25, 2021. Tuition and fees will be billed December 13, 2021 and due January 3, 2022. Students are strongly encouraged to register by December 10. Spring Registration for New Students begins January 3, 2022.
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.
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.