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Please join the American Constitution Society as it hosts Judge John Charles Thomas to talk about racial disparity on state and federal benches.
Meetup with alumnus Alexa H. '10, an intelligence official. Drop by to have Alexa review your resume and give advice on the industry. No sign-up required, drop by the Cohen atrium.
Shuai Hao, Computer Science - Ph.D. Dissertation Defense
Title: On the Impact of Internet Naming Evolution: Deployment, Performance, and Security Implications
Advisor: Dr. Haining Wang
Interested in intelligence and counterterrorism careers? Alexa will be speaking about how she entered the field and provide tips for students who wish to follow suit. RSVP on Tribe Careers under "Workshops."
Join the OCE to discuss the realities of food deserts in Williamsburg. Meet local community members and hear what they have to say about living within a food desert and how community members of Williamburgs are taking action.
With Lizzie & Andy
A research paper work session to help you find quality sources and use them effectively.
Dr. Michael Wert, Marquette University, presents on the popularity of swordsmanship in Japan's early modern era, when it became a way to act out fantasies of the ideal warrior in a time of peace, on the eve of Meiji Revolution.
Come see our new location. Our Admissions Team will be there to give tours and answer any questions you may have.
With Courtney & Eleonor
Dr. Michael Blakey will examine the social history of theories that connect biology, "nature," social inequality, and behavior, specifically pertaining to African American culture, in conjunction with our Building on the Legacy exhibition.
In the second talk of the School of Education's 2017-2018 Diversity Lecture Series, Cirecie West-Olatunji will present "Revisiting the Promise of Multiculturalism in Education."
The American Indian Student Association is hosting a FREE Native American Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, November 16 at 6:30 PM! Join us in McGlothlin-Street Hall Room 20 for free indigenous foods and a free movie screening of Disney's Pocahontas!
Come learn about ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and a new course offered by Professor Jeremy Pope at the Africana House! Chat, chew and learn. Refreshments will be served. #WMAfricanaHouse
Students for Animals is hosting Dr. Joanne Kong, University of Richmond professor and animal advocate, to speak about plant-based diets, the environment, and health. Come hear her talk on Thursday, November 16th at 7:00PM in Small Hall 111.
Come out to our fall showcase, Syndicate Course Catalog! It's happening Thursday, November 16th at 7 PM. Tickets are only $3; we will be selling tickets in Sadler (Tues-Thurs 12-2). We will see you in Commonwealth Auditorium in the Sadler Center!
Come join AMP & SEAC and learn how to upcycle your clothes!
The Center for Student Diversity Presents a Latin Grammy Awards Viewing Party. This event will take place on Thursday, November 16th at the Campus Center 159 starting at 7:45pm. Snacks will be provided! Everyone is welcomed. We hope to see you there.
The W&M Gallery Players, a conductor-less chamber orchestra of 14 musicians, will be performing a Candlelight Concert at Bruton Parish Church. Admission is Free.
Global Business Brigades covers business and micro-finance lessons for rural communities in Latin America! We meet every other Thursday in Tyler 134
This is open for all majors and class years!
Global Brigades is the largest student run global health and sustainable organization
Relaxation Sessions start the week of September 18th! Limited space available.
Don't miss out on planning time to relax!
Gentle yoga while staying mindful and in the present moment!
Brave Enough to be First serves to honor the legacy of the three women who were the first African Americans in residence at William & Mary, to shed light on just how far we have come, and to inspire continued diversity and inclusion.
A series of six panels throughout the academic year where seniors can share their experiences, lessons learned, and advice on various career topics with freshmen and sophomores.
Through education and outreach we hope to raise awareness about what human trafficking is and the role it plays in our society. We also strive to make positive change in the wider Williamsburg community through active service. Tuesdays, 7-8 pm, Blair 201
Join WMCI this fall for many new, fun, and educational courses!
Living the Legacy is a dynamic exhibit featuring the intricate, inspiring stories of African Americans who experienced these inaugural years firsthand and who broke barriers for the generations to come.