We're All in This Together
Tuesday, April 26
9am - 11:30am
Sadler Center, Chesapeake A
Cathy Lewis, a broadcaster from WHRO and head of Civic Leadership, will conduct a highly interactive workshop focused on collaboration, communication, roles, interactions, and partnerships. You won't want to miss this event!
    Honors Thesis Defense: Ryan Yan
    Tuesday, April 26
    10am - 11am
    Jones Hall, Room 131
    Title: Species Invasion in a Network Population Model, Adviser: Leah B. Shaw
      AHS Noon Seminar: Rob Hale & Kelly Uhlig
      Tuesday, April 26
      12pm - 12:50pm
      VIMS - Andrews Hall, Dominion Classroom 326
      Rob Hale & Kelly Uhlig update the VIMS community on their studies of plastic pollution.
        Quirky Teaching Techniques that Work
        Tuesday, April 26
        12:30pm - 1:30pm
        Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201
        Quirky Teaching Techniques that Work Presented by: Leslie Cochrane, English and Linguistics Gerard Chouin, History Michael Iyanaga, Music and Global Studies
          AGSC Speaker Series: Dr. George Nicholas, Simon Fraser University
          Tuesday, April 26
          5pm - 6:30pm
          Washington Hall, Room 201
          Dr. George Nicholas (Simon Fraser University) will present a talk entitled, "Shifting from ?Consult? to ?Consent?: Social Responsibility in Indigenous Heritage Research and Archaeology."
            City Council Town Hall
            Tuesday, April 26
            7pm - 8:30pm
            Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
            Come hear where your candidates for Williamsburg City Council stand on community issues. The event will be moderated by Student Caucus and The Flat Hat, and there will also be time for questions from the audience.
              Popcorn & Pop-Culture: Appreciating, not Appropriating Indic Religious Cultures
              Tuesday, April 26
              7:15pm
              James Blair Hall, Room 201
              Join HSJA and the CSD for the last installment of Popcorn & Pop-Culture - with a focus on Indic Religions! Together we will explore the sometimes challenging difference between appropriation and appreciation.
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                AMES-Global Studies Capstone Conference
                Tuesday, April 19 - Tuesday, April 26
                3:30pm - 7pm
                Tucker Hall, 127 A
                Join the AMES Capstone Seminar students as they present at their culminating conference
                Honors Show
                Monday, April 18 - Thursday, April 28
                Andrews Hall, Andrews Gallery
                Annual Honors Art Exhibition April 18th - 28th Andrews Gallery Reception 21 April 4-6pm Free and Open to the Public
                Creative Arts Group - Exam Week
                Tuesday, April 12 - Wednesday, May 11
                Blow Memorial Hall, Room 240
                EVERYONE IS INVITED Using art materials we will focus on relaxation and expressing ourselves.
                Relaxation Sessions
                Wednesday, February 24 - Wednesday, April 27
                1:15pm - 1:45pm
                Blow Memorial Hall, Room 240
                Relaxation Sessions
                Wednesday, February 3 - Friday, May 6
                Blow Memorial Hall, Room 240
                Joseph Palin Thorley Exhibit
                Wednesday, June 10 - Sunday, June 12
                Swem Library, 3rd Floor Rotunda Gallery
                The exhibit features documents, photographs, and selected ceramic works from the Joseph Palin Thorley Papers in Swem Library's Special Collections Research Center.