Graduate & Honors Research Symposium
Thursday, March 30 - Friday, March 31
9am - 5:30pm
Sadler Center, Chesapeake, Tidewater, James, & York Rooms

Join us for the 2023 Graduate & Honors Research Symposium.

Lecture on Jesuit Poetry by Professor Yasmin Haskell
Thursday, March 30
5pm - 6:30pm
Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 220

Lecture on Jesuit Poetry featuring Professor Yasmin Haskell (IAS and University of Western Australia).  She will be speaking on 'Deus ex machina or AI?  Who really wrote the student poetry of the Old Society of Jesus'.

Annual Cloud Series Presents Susheila Nasta - The Bloomsbury Indians: Writing Across the Tracks
Thursday, March 30
5pm - 8pm
Tucker Hall, Tucker Theater 127A

Professor Nasta’s lecture will explore the significant, but obscured, history of South Asian creatives and political radicals who lived and worked in the environs of 'Bloomsbury' in London in the inter-war period.

Unpacking Global China: Beijing’s View on Development, Modernization, and the World
Thursday, March 30
5:30pm - 6:30pm
James Blair Hall, Room 201

Join the Global Research Institute and AidData as we welcome Professor Marina Rudyak on Thursday, March 30 at 5:30 PM in James Blair 201 for her talk "Unpacking Global China: Beijing's View on Development, Modernization, and the World."

W&M Three Minute Thesis Competition
Thursday, March 30
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

A&S Graduate Students get one slide, no props, and just three minutes to effectively explain their research and its importance to a general audience. A signature event of the Graduate & Honors Research Symposium.

Ongoing Events

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2023 Catron Scholars Exhibition
Thursday, March 23 - Friday, March 31
Andrews Hall, Andrews Gallery

Andrews Gallery Exhibition "2023 Catron Scholars".

Exhibition runs March 23-31, 2023. Reception and Scholars' presentations,

Friday, March 31, 5-7pm