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Speaker is Henry Lane, Otago University, New Zealand.
The William & Mary Women's Mentoring program, or WM2, connects student proteges with faculty, staff and graduate student mentors to support the flourishing of women on campus and beyond. WM2 is currently recruiting 2017-18 proteges and mentors.
Being able to speak frankly and constructively with our instructional faculty colleagues makes for good relationships and is responsive to the Faculty Handbook's preference that issues be handled, when possible, at a local level.
Keynote Speaker: Fuseo Kato, Ph.D., M.D., (Jikei University, Tokyo, Japan). Title: "Synaptic plasticity in the nociceptive amygdala - What is the biological role of emotion in pain?"
Join William & Mary Libraries on Tuesday, April 11 at 5:30 p.m. for First Acts of Scholarship: Sixty Years of Growth of American Research Collections, a lecture by Dr. Stephen Enniss.
In the spirit of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Someone You Know will be hosting a panel discussing how to bring conversations about sexual assault prevention, consent, bystander intervention, and other related topics to more of our campus community.
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The Certificate in Business Managment is a five-day program created to address core functional business areas allowing participants to broaden their professional skills and enhance their career potential.
The intramural tennis singles tournament will begin.
Please visit the Andrews Common Area/Foyer and see the exhibition of art by students who are non majors within our department and W&M community.
A reception will be held on April 13, 4-6pm.
All are invited.
Welcome to the Spring 2017 Healthy Eating Series! Each session is designed so you can attend one, a combination of them, or all four. A certificate of completion will be presented to those attending all four programs.
HEART meets every Tuesday from 7 to 8 pm. If interested in the issue of human trafficking and potentially being a member of HEART, come on out to any meeting!
Take 10 classes in beginner Sun Style Chinese Taiji with Stan Rockwell.
The W&M Neurodiversity Student Group meets every week on Wednesdays at 6pm.