Faculty are invited to attend our second eLearning Lab where we will be taking a hands-on approach to explore and discuss digital tools that allow you to go "Beyond Blackboard: Expanding Your Web-Based Teaching, Strategies, and Tools".
"Carbon exchanges at the marsh-estuarine interface in Taskinas Creek, VA" by Amanda Knobloch, VIMS, and "The contribution of phytoplankton to primary production dynamics in shallow areas of York River” by Qubin Qin, VIMS
Guest lecture by Burcu Bayram, who is currently doing cutting-edge work investigating how the public perceives foreign aid and is working on a policy-relevant project on how foreign aid projects are communicated to the public.
Hear from representatives from Williamsburg’s Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Authority, and Planning Commission on how decisions are made in local business.
Are you concerned about the impact of high textbook costs on your students? Are you looking for more customizable solutions to your traditional textbook? Join us for an open textbook workshop, review a textbook and receive a $200 stipend for your efforts!
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.
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!
The W&M Neurodiversity Student Group meets every week on Wednesdays at 6pm.