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The Muscarelle Museum of Art is hosting a day-long symposium, consisting of scholarly presentations by William & Mary faculty and Colonial Williamsburg staff. Student posters will also highlight the ongoing research on the Brafferton Indian School.
With Inez P.
With Matt A.
With Lindsay G.
With Lindsay H.
Interested in a non-tenure track career? Considering your options with a M.A. degree? Come to the ?Alt-Ac? panel for American Studies, Anthropology, and History graduate students on Thursday, November 3 at 6 p.m. at the Cohen Career Center.
With Lindsay C.
With Leslie T.
With Lizzie D. and Ellie W.
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Recruiting/Interviewing, but were Afraid to Ask.
Join the Cohen Career Center and their Employer Advisory Board for a panel discussion on the Interviewing Process.
Amy Hempel, author of multiple short story collections including The Collected Stories of Amy Hempel.
Dr. Stephanie Fischer, 'Economic Trust and Anti-Semitic Violence: Jewish Cattle Traders in the German Countryside, 1919-1939.' This is the first lecture in the Tyler Lecture Series.
With Lindsay G.
Kersey Sturdivant, one of our VIMS alums will be in Blow 236 to talk about his new book about getting into graduate school in the sciences (Cambridge University Press with a release date in December 2016; also on Amazon).
With Kim V.
The Duke of the Bachata/ El Duque de la Bachata (USA, 2009, 53 mins.)
Open to students and faculty.
With Dreama L. and Mary G.
Win a $100 tab at College Delly!!!
The Senior Class Gift Committee is hosting the first annual Senior Class Lip Sync! If you're a senior and have already donated to the Senior Class Gift, grab your friends, show off your talent, and potentially win big!!!
The Department of English is now having our annual book sale. All are welcome. We have a huge variety of books.
Three consecutive 30-minute Relaxation Sessions will be held at Campus Rec on Mondays 10/31, 11/7, and 11/14. It?s a small amount of time with big benefit.
Currently showing in our Andrews Gallery, One Off: Monotypes, Featuring work by Barbara Grossman, Frank Hobbs and Yvonne Petkus. The show is curated by Professor Brian Kreydatus.
Become more present in each moment.
Enhance your fall semester by exploring the eight different dimensions of wellness! Sign up for this FREE Patron Incentive Program, sponsored by W&M Campus Recreation and the Healthy Campus 2020 Coalition. The fun begins Monday, Sept. 19th!