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Part of the Lessons in Leadership Series, Leadership First Aid is all about the tools leaders need to recover from the battles of leadership.
Join the Center for African Development (CAD), a Global Research Institute research center, for an installment in their speaker series, this Thursday, October 8th, at 10am via Zoom.
W&M Northeast Law School alumni are invited to this exclusive opportunity to meet W&M Law School's new Dean, A. Benjamin Spencer.
Engaging and connecting with students in remote, blended, and even socially distanced classrooms is a challenge.
Virtual Meet Up: Feeding the World's Poorest Countries
Italian Studies welcomes back filmmaker and activist Fred Kuwornu to discusses the impact of Black Lives Matter in Italy, the country's colonial legacy, and Kuwornu's latest web doc series about Black Italian identity.
Hosted by the Center for Racial and Social Justice, renowned scholar Professor Michele Goodwin will address the rise in criminal prosecutions targeting poor pregnant women.
Join Professor Michele Goodwin, who expands the reproductive rights debate beyond abortion and discusses how laws criminalize women - especially poor women and women of color - for miscarriages, stillbirths and threatening the health of their pregnancies.
Interim Director of W&M Athletics Jeremy P. Martin Ph.D. '12, M.B.A. '17 will address the challenges facing the department as well as outline next steps for the community to define excellence in intercollegiate athletics at William & Mary.
Are you thinking about applying to be a WRC consultant? Come to an info session at the WRC in Swem Library. Talk to current consultants and learn about what we do. We'll introduce you to the WRC's services, and answer all your questions.
14th Annual From DoG St. to Wall St. event - Private Equity Panel
AMP Homebrew Committee and Impact Committee invites you to a night of Spoken Word and Poetry on Thursday, October 8th at 8 P.M, featuring slam poet Joan ‘Lyric’ Leslie. This event will be hosted on Zoom.
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.