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Please join the APeL Office for our Course Design workshop, the second session in our Spring e[xploring] Learning Design series. More info to come, or contact our APeL Office with questions.
The William & Mary Election Law Society presents a lecture and discussion with Neil Weare, the President and Founder of the We the People Project.
Healthy Eating Series: Weight Loss: No Nonsense Tips for the Journey
At this workshop, Drs. Shanta’ Hinton, John Riofrio, Mary Taliferro, and Gene Tracy will talk about strategies for presenting your research to a variety of audiences, including posters and talks at conferences.
Presentations on "Trump, the Indo-Pacific, and Japan-U.S. Relations" (Satoshi Mori, Hosei University) and "Xi, the Indo-Pacific, and Japan-China Relations" (Shino Watanabe, Sophia University).
Come join fellow W&M Women on a private docent-led tour of the new exhibit at the Muscarelle Museum - Women with Vision. We'll also provide an update on the Centennial Commemoration that will occur in 2018-19 and the W&M Women's Weekend.
Hear from current medical, dental, and pharmacy students from VCU School of Medicine
W&M Counseling Center has several events planned in observance of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2018
During this 5-week instructional design seminar, faculty and staff will plan and design an online academic or professional development course, and will build the first module of the course.
Helping you proactively create the life you want.
The Williamsburg Contemporary Arts Center presents:
W&M Studio Art Majors Exhibition: Selections from the Senior Capstone Course
Open to the public
Location: 110 Westover Avenue, Williamsburg VA, 23185
Learn simple scientifically backed skills to manage stress and anxiety, improve memory and enhance the quality of your life.
Join WMCI this spring for many new, fun, and educational courses!
Using art materials we will explore feelings and work on relaxation.
Feeling stressed, overwhelmed, or disconnected?
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.