Friday, April 19th

  • Apr198:15am - 9:15am
    Yoga
    Student Recreation Center, Group Fitness Studio
    With instructor Ling. This ancient art is a great way to get fit both mentally and physically. Utilizing stretching, breathing and strengthening movements, yoga is a perfect way to revitalize and energize your body.
  • Apr1910am
    Information Session & Tour
    Admission (Undergraduate), Session Room
    Join us for an opportunity to explore all that makes the W&M experience unique. {{http://www.wm.edu/admission/undergraduateadmission/visit/srm-event-registration,Register Now}}.
  • Apr1910:30am - 12pm
    Alessandro Previtero, University of Western Ontario
    Miller Hall (Mason School of Business), Miller 3059
  • Apr1910:30am - 5pm
    From Border to Center: A Symposium on Immigration
    1779 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DC 20036
  • Apr1911am - 1pm
    Teaching Excellence NTE Lunch/Workshop
    Sadler Center, Tidewater B
    This first meeting of campus-wide NTEs group will focus specifically on teaching. Please RSVP by Wednesday, April 10 at {{https://forms.wm.edu/9274}}. All NTEs are welcome!
  • Apr1911:30am - 1:30pm
    W&M Teaching & Technology Expo!
    Miller Hall (Mason School of Business), Room 2025
    Open-house showcase of educational technologies to expand your classroom and enhance student learning. This is an exciting opportunity to connect with faculty and technical staff who will demonstrate and answer questions about teaching and technology.
  • Apr1912pm
    Lyon G. Tyler Lecture
    Washington Hall, Room 201
    Professor Stephanie McCurry will talk about organizing research, thinking through arguments, and crafting the big book.
  • Apr1912pm - 12:45pm
    Fac/Staff Pilates
    Student Recreation Center, Group Fitness Studio
    With Instructor Melanie, pilates is a mat-based conditioning routine that helps build flexibility and long, lean muscles, and strength and endurance in the legs, abdominals, arms, hips, and back.
  • Apr1912pm - 12:50pm
    Geology Brown Bag
    McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 219
    Marco Millones, the Mellon Postoctoral Fellow at William & Mary's own Center for Geospatial Analysis presents his work: "An assessment of MODIS Active Fire Product as proxy for anthropogenic land use/cover change in the Mexican Yucatan"
  • Apr1912pm - 1:30pm
    Dr. Patrick Shrout, New York University
    Miller Hall (Mason School of Business), Room 3059
    "Implementing Multilevel Analyses of Daily Diary Data"
  • Apr191pm
  • Apr192pm - 3pm
    Probabilistic Methods for Complex Graphs
    Jones Hall, Room 301
    Colloquium talk/CSUMS lecture by Linyuan Lu, University of South Carolina
  • Apr192pm - 6:20pm
    2013 Chinese Majors Forum
    Tyler Hall, Room 102
    All students considering a Chinese major are strongly encouraged to attend the 2013 Chinese Majors Forum, which will take place this Friday, April 19, in Tyler 102.
  • Apr192:30pm
    Information Session & Tour
    Admission (Undergraduate), Session Room
    Join us for an opportunity to explore all that makes the W&M experience unique. {{http://www.wm.edu/admission/undergraduateadmission/visit/srm-event-registration,Register Now}}.
  • Apr193pm - 4pm
    Chemistry Spring Seminar Series
    ISC1 (Integrated Science), Room 1127
    Alex Deiters of North Carolina State University presents "Synthetic Chemical Tools for the Regulation of Cellular Processes"
  • Apr193pm - 4pm
    Colloquium: Systems without Cooperation
    McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 20
    Dave Levin, Department of Computer Science, University of Maryland, will present the application of economics and trusted hardware to keep participants in a networked system from deviating from the letter and spirit of a protocol.
  • Apr193pm - 4pm
    Fulbright Friday: Stories from the Trenches
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201
    William & Mary has a long history of producing Fulbright recipients. Come hear two of our newest awardees talk about their experiences during the application process.
  • Apr193:30pm
    Dynamics of coastal meta-ecosystems
    VIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh Auditorium
    Professor Bruce Menge of Oregon State University will examine the dynamics of coastal meta-ecosystems by testing the intermittent upwelling hypothesis in rocky intertidal regions.
  • Apr193:30pm - 4:20pm
    Lojban Q&A session
    Tyler Hall, Room 336
    Q&A session with Nora Tansky and Bob LeChevalier, who were both instrumental in the development of the artificial language Lojban.
  • Apr194pm
    Fulbright Friday: Writing the Fulbright Project Proposal
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201
    What would you do with a Fulbright grant? The proposal is your opportunity to explain your project in detail--the PSA office can help you get it right.
  • Apr194pm
  • Apr194pm - 6pm
    Deutsches Grillfest
    Giles Hall (Randolph Complex), Common BBQ Area
    The German Studies Section and the German House invite everyone to a Spring Grillfest at the Randolph Complex Commons Area just outside of Giles Hall this Friday, April 19, 4-6 p.m.
  • Apr194:15pm - 5:15pm
    Zumba
    Student Recreation Center, Multi-Purpose Studio
    With Courtney, Zumba fuses Latin rhythms and easy to follow moves to create a dynamic workout system that will get you hooked! Come try out this total body cardio and toning workout that is more fun than it is work! Join the party!
  • Apr194:30pm - 5:20pm
    Spinning
    Student Recreation Center, Multipurpose Studio
    With instructor Remy, awesome music, motivation, and enthusiastic coaching leads participants through Spinning(TM) routines that are designed to simulate situations similar to cycling outdoors!
  • Apr194:30pm - 6pm
    Colloquium: David Schmidtz (U. of Arizona)
    James Blair Hall, Room 223
    Professor David Schmidtz will give a colloquium talk to the philosophy department, entitled "Idealism as Solipsism".
  • Apr195pm
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    Apr205pm
    Old Rag Overnight Hike
    Off-Campus, Old Rag Mountain
    Shenandoah Valley is home to some of the most beautiful vistas in Virginia and Old Rag is the best of the them all. With an awesome scamble and bomber hangout space at the summit, its time to get out there and chill!
  • Apr195:30pm - 6:30pm
    BODYPUMP
    Student Recreation Center, Group Fitness Studio
    With Paul & Terry. The original barbell class that strengthens your entire body.
  • Apr195:30pm - 6:30pm
    Happy Hour
    Student Recreation Center, Group Fitness Studio
    T.G.I.F.! Every Friday, the instructor and the class will change. Get ready for exciting themes, intense fusion classes and a lot of fun! Check online or outside of the fitness studios to see what is coming next!
  • Apr196pm
  • Apr196pm - 10pm
    W&M Hip Hop Collection Launch
    Swem Library, Read & Relax area
    Swem Library's W&M Hip Hop Collection is dedicated to Virginia's hip hop culture and history from the 1980s to present. Join us as we celebrate the launch of the collection with film screenings, panel discussions and refreshments.
  • Apr198pm
    Music of India Concert
    Ewell Hall, Ewell Recital Hall
    Join the Music of India Ensemble for their final concert of the year. Under the direction of Professor Max Katz.
  • Apr198pm
    Sitayana
    Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall
    William & Mary Theatre and Dance Presents Sitayana adapted by Francis Tanglao-Aguas

Ongoing

  • Apr17
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    Oct16
    Blockades, Books, and Bassinets: Children playing, learning, and surviving during the Civil War
    Swem Library, Special Collections lobby
    Through materials like diaries, letters and photos, Blockades, Books, and Bassinets illustrates the lives of children of various ages, stages, and locations during this period. These are the stories of Charley, Willie, Nell, Lizzie, and many others.
  • Apr15
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    Apr19
    Class of 2013 Senior Week
    Campus-Wide
    The 2013 Senior Class Gift Committee will host a fun-filled week of events for the Senior Class. Join fellow seniors to celebrate the end of the year and upcoming graduation! For more information about Senior Week 2013 visit {{http://www.wm.edu/scg}}.
  • Mar1
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    Aug23
    Lost & Found at W&M
    Swem Library, Read & Relax area, 1st floor
    Over the years some College artifacts, library possessions and personal items that had been lost have been returned to the College. Many lost treasures now make their home in Swem Library's Special Collections. A new exhibit displays some of these items.
  • Feb27
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    Aug26
    Jefferson Hall Fire: 30th Anniversary
    Swem Library, Case next to Tribe TutorZone
    Through photos and interviews, the Jefferson Hall Fire exhibit captures the devastating results of a fire that broke out in one of the College's dormitories in 1983.
  • Feb6
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    Aug1
    Under the Shield: The Federal Occupation of the Historic Triangle
    Swem Library, Nancy Marshall Gallery, first floor
    This exhibit explores the federal occupation of the Historic Triangle during the Civil War and its impact on area residents. Letters, newspaper articles and other items reveal a unified hope for the war to end, but with varied desired outcomes.
  • Feb4
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    Aug13
    The Inevitable Present: Integration at William & Mary
    Swem Library, Marshall Gallery (1st floor Rotunda) and Read & Relax area
    Integration at William & Mary was not achieved simply with the acceptance of the first students of color; instead it has been a decades-long process. A new exhibit at Swem Library traces the admission of some of the first W&M African American students.
  • Mar26
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    Apr30
    Open Minds: An Exhibit of Psychology Department Faculty Publications
    Swem Library, Bright Gallery
    "Open Minds: An Exhibit of Psychology Department Faculty Publications" displays significant published works and awards won by this outstanding group of faculty members.
  • Oct38am
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    Dec315pm
    From Fights to Rights: The Long Road to a More Perfect Union Exhibits
    Swem Library, Special Collections Research Center
    Visit Swem Library for exhibits from the "From Fights To Rights" project commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War and the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement. Exhibits rotate at least twice each year.
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