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Meet face-to-face virtually with a Jostens Sales Associate to try on rings. Click on the link and register for a time slot. Special pricing applies!
Join us for in-depth training with an Honorlock (HL) rep. Matt, HL Rep, will focus on how to properly deploy an Honorlock practice exam, best practices for configuring HL, how to receive support, and how to review the results of HL proctoring.
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Learn all about federal resumes from Assistant Director for Public Service Careers, Andrew Martin.
Do you have questions about what factors firms consider diverse? Our panel is ready and excited to answer all of your questions.
This Learning Lab is designed to walk faculty, instructors, and co-educators through new features available with the Zoom update and how you can use this in your class.
Professor Utkin will discuss configurations of queer subjectivity in interwar Europe’s Russian diaspora.
Funding provided by the Gregory Tepper Lecture Fund, the German Studies Program, and the Reves Center for International Studies
Join The Lemon Project as we host a virtual conversation with Angela King of The Virginia Coastal Policy Center at William & Mary Law School.
Love the libraries? Become a library student ambassador! This student-led group meets once a month to hear the latest news from library leaders and brainstorm ways to make the libraries even better! Open to all students.
The Russian and Post Soviet Studies Program invites you to the Tepper Lecture Series: Global Russia
Historical Presentation on Marshall 'Major' Taylor - World Champion Cyclist and African American Pioneer in Professional Sports
Hosted by the Institute for Integrative Conservation and Planet Women, this two-part event includes a screening of the National Geographic documentary Women of Impact followed by a panel discussion highlighting trailblazing women in conservation.
The Latin American Studies Seminar Series of The University of Queensland, Australia is hosting W&M Prof. Carlos Rivera Santana's Archaeology of Colonisation: From Aesthetics to Biopolitics book launch.
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.