Outlook 2010 Training
Thursday, March 17
9am - 11am
Blow Memorial Hall, Room 311
This hands-on class will provide participants with a basic overview of Exchange Outlook email and calendar functions. Participants should have completed their migration to the Exchange Outlook product before attending a class.
    "Separation of Church and State"
    Thursday, March 17
    12pm - 1:30pm
    Sadler Center, Chesapeake Ballroom
    Dave Douglas, Dean & Arthur B. Hanson Professor, School of Law CWA Membership is required to attend this event.
      Guest Conductor in Residence: Cliff Colnot
      Thursday, March 17
      2pm - 3:20pm
      Ewell Hall, Room 151
      Cliff Colnot {{http://cso.org/About/Performers/Performer.aspx?id=6610}} Principal Conductor of MusicNOW at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra & the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, will be in residence this Thursday afternoon.
        Schmidt Lecture on Technology & Society
        Thursday, March 17
        3:30pm
        Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201
        The Sociology Department announces its fourth annual Schmidt Lecture on Technology & Society.
          Declaring a Govt Major: Information Session
          Thursday, March 17
          3:30pm - 4:30pm
          Morton Hall, Room 37
          Session to provide information on the Government major, selecting an advisor, declaring a major, opportunities for Government majors
            Guest Conductor in Residence: Cliff Colnot
            Thursday, March 17
            4pm - 6pm
            Ewell Hall, Room 207
            Cliff Colnot, Principal Conductor of MusicNOW at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra & the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, will be in residence this Thursday afternoon.
              K-12 Mock Interviews
              Thursday, March 17
              4pm - 6pm
              Cohen Career Center
                Middle East Panel: Current Turmoil and Future Prospects
                Thursday, March 17
                4pm - 6:30pm
                Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Brinkley Commons Ballroom
                Discussion and Q&A on the current situation in the Middle East, featuring scholars in the fields of government, economics, language, history, and religion.
                  Talk on Adolf Hitler and Art
                  Thursday, March 17
                  5pm
                  Washington Hall, Room 201
                    Artist Talk by Tina Gebhardt
                    Thursday, March 17
                    5pm - 6pm
                    Andrews Hall, Room 207
                    Ceramic artist Tina Gebhardt will give a talk about her work in Andrews 207 at 5 p.m. on Thursday 17 March. All are welcome to attend.
                      Art History Lecture
                      Thursday, March 17
                      5:15pm
                      Andrews Hall, Room 201
                      Professor Virginia Raguin from the College of the Holy Cross will present a lecture titled, Pilgrimage and Reliquaries in Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam. Funding provided by the Arts & Sciences Lectures Committee. Event is free and open to the public.
                        Lecture by Prof. Virginia Raguin, "Pilgrimage and Reliquaries in Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam"
                        Thursday, March 17
                        5:15pm
                        Andrews Hall, Room 201
                        Public lecture by Virginia C. Raguin (Professor of Art History at College of the Holy Cross) titled "Pilgrimage and Reliquaries in Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam."
                          The Hand of Rodin -- Rewinding the History of Western Art Lecture Series
                          Thursday, March 17
                          5:30pm
                          Andrews Hall, Room 101
                          Dr. John T. Spike, Distinguished Scholar in Residence, presents the second installation of his lecture series.
                            Don Watson Mixed Doubles Tournament
                            Thursday, March 17 - Sunday, March 20
                            6pm - 6pm
                            McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center
                            An Adult Mixed Doubles Tournament sponsored by the PTPA with Divisions dependent on combined NTRP Ratings with Consolation Rounds for 1st Match Losers. Divisions are Open/Championship, 9.0 & below, 8.0 & below and 7.0 & below. Play may start Thurs. night
                              Moonlight Paddle on Lake Matoaka
                              Thursday, March 17
                              8pm
                              Martha Wren Briggs Amphitheatre at Lake Matoaka
                              Join us on W&M's own Lake Matoaka for a truly unique experience!
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                                Diversity Workshop Facilitator Recruitment
                                Tuesday, March 15 - Friday, April 1
                                12:01am - 5pm
                                Center for Student Diversity
                                This is a volunteer position for rising sophomores, juniors or seniors to serve as facilitators of diversity workshops for new students during Extended Orientation in fall 2011. Application form online: {{https://forms.wm.edu/1878}} Deadline April 1
                                SPAN Program Mentor Recruitment
                                Tuesday, March 15 - Friday, March 25
                                Center for Student Diversity
                                The Center for Student Diversity is now accepting applications for peer mentors in the Student Peer Advising Network for 2011-2012. The application form is online at {{https://forms.wm.edu/1861}}. Application deadline is March 25.
                                Psychology Major Declaration Advising Weeks
                                Monday, March 14 - Friday, March 25
                                Integrated Science Center (ISC), 1st Floor Hallway
                                For students who have signed up with an advisor between 02/28 and 03/04.
                                Senior Class Gift
                                Sunday, March 13 - Wednesday, March 23
                                9am - 11:55pm
                                William and Mary Campus
                                Seniors YOUR Senior Class Gift is sponsoring a $400 tab (1st place) and $200 tab (2nd place) for the Freshman Halls with the highest percent participation. Competition ends 3/23 @ midnight. Less than 1 week left!
                                Annual Business Plan Competition
                                Wednesday, March 2 - Wednesday, April 27
                                5pm - 8pm
                                Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School)
                                The MBA Entrepreneurship and Innovation Club (EIC) and the Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center present the Annual Business Plan Competition, open to all students.
                                "Prejudice so prevalent in the present generation:" Slavery at the College of William & Mary
                                Tuesday, March 1 - Friday, September 30
                                Swem Library
                                "Prejudice so prevalent in the present generation:" Slavery at the College of William & Mary
                                Andrews Gallery Exhibition
                                Thursday, February 24 - Thursday, March 24
                                Andrews Hall, Andrews Gallery
                                The Small Sculpture Show. Exhibiting Artists: Jayson Lowery, Yvette Kaiser-Smith, John Richardson, and Jay Sullivan.
                                Title Pages: Department of Government
                                Wednesday, February 16 - Friday, September 30
                                Swem Library, Bright (Second Floor Rotunda) Gallery
                                The fifth in a series of library exhibits of W&M faculty publications has opened at Swem. "Title Pages: An Exhibit of Publications from Faculty in the Government Department" is on display in the Bright Gallery in the second floor rotunda.
                                GMAT Prep course
                                Tuesday, February 15 - Tuesday, March 22
                                6:30pm - 9:30pm
                                Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Room 1005
                                This five-week, ten-class course prepares students for the computer adaptive version of the GMAT using a combination of lectures and assignments.
                                Walk Your Way to Fitness!
                                Monday, February 14 - Sunday, April 3
                                The Bee McLeod Recreation Center
                                Sign up for our free Spring 2011 Fitness Incentive Program that will help keep you motivated to exercise!
                                Apply Now to Study International Business in Budapest!
                                Monday, January 31 - Friday, March 18
                                Budapest, Hungary
                                The Mason School of Business is excited to host our third study abroad program in Budapest, Hungary from May 24 -June 29, 2011.
                                Filipino-American Student Association 20th Anniversary
                                Tuesday, January 25 - Monday, April 25
                                Swem Library, Two flat cases in the Read & Relax area, First Floor
                                Founded on December 3, 1991, FASA--the Filipino-American Student Association at William & Mary is celebrating its 20th anniversary as a student organization in 2011.
                                Delta Sigma Theta 35th Anniversary
                                Tuesday, January 25 - Monday, April 25
                                Swem Library, Two flat cases in the Read & Relax area, First Floor
                                The Mu Upsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. at the College of William & Mary was chartered on February 7, 1976. Members of Mu Upsilon will mark their 35th anniversary in 2011 during Charter Day weekend.
                                Unlocking the Diary
                                Friday, December 3 - Thursday, March 31
                                Swem Library, Third Floor Rotunda Gallery
                                For many people, diaries are the province of young girls, who pour out their secret sorrows and then lock them away from the prying eyes of friends and relatives. In this exhibit, we unlock the mystery of the diary, demonstrating their multiple forms.
                                Constructing Swem Library
                                Friday, October 1 - Saturday, April 30
                                Swem Library, Flat Case Near the Brown Board Room and Library Administration, Third Floor
                                Since opening, Swem Library has undergone several rounds of renovations and additions, continuing to meet the evolving demands of its public.