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Gurunath Kadam, Computer Science - Dissertation Proposal [Zoom]
Title: Low Overhead Techniques for Secure and Reliable GPU Computing
Advisor: Prof. Adwait Jog
Tips to Better Manage & Organize your Time at Work
Class of 1963 Associate Professor of Higher Education Stephanie Blackmon will present her research on elements of privacy and trust in technology integration through the lens of learning analytics.
Annie Blazer of the William & Mary Religious Studies Department will give a talk on the ethical aspects of doping and confession in elite sports.
Join the W&M legal community for a conversation on the current and expected changes in the field of law moderated by Michael Steelman with legal career experts Jeffrey Lowe J.D. '89, Lauren Smith J.D. '06 and Mike Ende.
Panel Discussion with experienced immigration attorneys regarding the events of 2020 and their effect on Immigration Law.
On Wednesday, October 14 at 12:50 PM, Beth Roach of the Nottoway Tribe of Virginia, will discuss the loss of cultural resources by tribes in the face of sea level rise and erosion, as well as environmental justice issues concerning the tribes.
Virtual Meet Up: National Security Extraordinaire
Join the AEI Executive Council of William & Mary on October 14th from 7-7:45pm as we host Adam White, a prestigious Supreme Court scholar, in a Zoom webinar where he will discuss the Supreme Court and its future in this era of uncertainty.
Virtual talk on "Disparities, Determinants and Data in the Era of Covid-19" by Rashida Dorsey, Ph.D., M.P.H. (Founder and Principal, WisdomBuilds)
W&M Police Chief Cheesebro is hosting an open forum for W&M students.
Join AMP’s Impact committee for a night of inspiration and conversation with Dancing With the Stars winner, model, producer, and activist with Nyle DiMarco!
Join fellow William & Mary alumni, parents, family and friends to read and discuss books.
There’s no place like Homecoming….and this year it’s coming to you!
The student Election Law Society is hosting five events in their Voting in 2020 Lunch Series.
This semester we feature five lectures by AMES fabulous faculty, each of whom volunteered to offer a view into their current projects or recently published research.
W&M Dining Sustainability is looking for volunteers to help students sort their items after they eat at the food truck between compost, recycling, and trash.