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Join W&M women in law for a networking breakfast featuring a discussion on ""Learning from Setbacks & Success" with W&M alumnae,
Francine E. Friedman J.D. ’99 and Stephanie Tsacoumis '78.
Join the William & Mary community in LA for breakfast, networking, and a conversation on innovative use of data for global impact with W&M faculty, Mike Tierney.
The MACE series is a six-week, non-credit program, open only to first-years and sophomores, guiding them through the career exploration process through assessment and research, ending with the creation of a Three-Semester Plan.
Looking for help with your upcoming interview? More often we are seeing employers implement virtual interviews as screening rounds for applicants.
A discussion with seasoned entrepreneurs about their journey in starting up their companies to kick off Mason School of Business MBA students' entrepreneurship spirit and get them going to form actionable plans to start their own businesses.
This talk traces the history of Asia in European maps from the earliest times to the late seventeenth century.
Visit the ADP info session to learn about full-time and internship roles with the company. All students, class years and majors are welcome!
Study in Oxford!
Esther Lázaro (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, España) will bring her theatrical performance "De algún tiempo a esta parte" (1939), by Max Aub Mohrenwitz (Paris 1903-Mexico City 1972), to W&M as part of a U.S. tour.
Join ACM for their weekly TIP -- a workshop of puzzles, critical thinking problems, and coding to ensure you do well on your technical programming interviews. Anyone is welcome.
First-Round Interview Week starts in October!
During the week of October 1-4, ILSS will be having a bake sale in the lobby to raise money for RAICES' Families Together Fund. Stop by our table between 11-2 to make a donation and pick up some homemade treats!
The W&M Professionals and Professional Faculty Assembly and Staff Assembly are hosting a food drive throughout the month of October to benefit the Peninsula Foodbank.
Introduced during the Tang Dynasty, the Pipa has played a central role in traditional Chinese music for over 2,000 years. This class is designed to teach students basic Pipa techniques and songs while exposing them to classic Pipa music.
As part of the 100 Years of Women celebration at William & Mary, The President’s Collection of Art presents Following in their Footsteps at the Sadler Center. This exhibition showcases alumane art thematically depicting works by women, of women.