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With Inez P.
With Matt A.
With Julia M.
A day of outdoor finesse and frolic in the Sunken Garden.
Take a virtual tour of a typical grocery store. Learn how to navigate toward healthier choices among the aisles. Julie Nance, Registered Dietitian, will be our tour guide in this last session of a 4-part series. All welcome!
The Tribe Adventure Program and AMP present TAP into the Outdoors: A day of outdoor finesse and frolic in the Sunken Garden. From a workshop on how to build fires to a comedy show by I.T., there's something for everyone! Oh, and maybe some s'mores?
With Lindsay H.
With Lindsay C.
With Leslie T.
With Lizzie D. and Ellie W.
Dr. Dimitri Demekas is the Assistant Director and Chief of the Financial Sector Assessments and Policies Division of the Monetary and Capital Markets Department at the IMF.
Project Horseshoe Farm, a community health organization in Greensboro, Alabama, offers a one year (13 month) fellowship for those interested in a career in medicine, mental health, psychology, public health, education, and social justice.
The Roy R. Charles Center for Academic Excellence invites the campus community to celebrate the 2016 recipients of the Louis E. Catron Scholarship for Artistic Development.
With Lindsay G.
With Kim V.
The Society of Women in Computing will be holding a Grace Hopper Panel discussion for those who are interested in attending, want to learn more about this worthwhile conference, or discuss the gender gap in technology. Pizza and snacks will be provided!!!
Two prominent Irish educators will speak about education in Ireland. Dr. Joe O'Hara will describe the influence of recent economic and cultural changes on teacher preparation. Dr. Colm O'Reilly will describe efforts to support gifted students.
Free and Open to the Public
Michael Saffle, Professor of Music and Humanities at Virginia Tech, is an award-winning teacher and scholar. He publishes widely on American popular Music as well as television and film music.
With Dreama L. and Mary G.
Catholic Campus Ministry's presentation will examine five common themes that unite these two great figures of the Catholic Church.
The Gallery Players, W&M?s conductor-less chamber orchestra, will be presenting a Candlelight Concert.
Admission is free.
We're Thankful for (Home)Brew everyday. Come enjoy good company, great snacks, and amazing tunes from some talented W&M students at the last Homebrew of the semester.
Please join us for the 2016 Catron Scholars Exhibition in the Andrews Hall Gallery.
Reception: November 17, 5-7pm
Become more present in each moment.