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FRIDAYS @ WREN
The Office of Historic Campus invites students to visit the Wren Building on Fridays. Come with your pods and take pictures with friends. We especially welcome students who are here for their last semester.
William & Mary, NATO CCDCOE, and King’s College London are pleased to invite you to the sideline event of the NATO Cyber Defence Pledge conference 2021.
The Center for Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding , the Comparative Legal Student Scholars, and the Reves Center for International Studies will host a symposium on Friday, April 16.
Asian and Pacific Islander Bahn Mi presents: Filipino Nurses at the Postcolonial Prelude, 1911 – 1946: A History of Mobility and Racialization to and from Seattle
Anna Schmedding, Computer Science - Thesis Defense
Title: Epidemic Spread Modeling for COVID-19 Using Hard Data
Advisor: Dr. Evgenia Smirni
The Women's Network invites women employees to come for a series of podcast discussions that focus on a range of topics relevant to women's lives right now. Candice Benjes-Small & Katalin Wargo will lead a discussion of Burnout by Emily & Amelia Nagoski.
Practical mental skills for anyone wishing to better manage anxiety
Join us for the keynote talk of the first annual Racial and Social Justice Graduate Student Research Symposium. Dr. Singh’s talk will focus on racial healing, based on her recent book, The Racial Healing Handbook.
Join DPCLS for a discussion with alumna Audra Dial of Mercedes-Benz about the ways that in-house attorneys handle data privacy and cybersecurity in their day-to-day work.
Join the Center for Geospatial Analysis and Institute for Integrative Conservation for the 3rd annual Geospatial Research Symposium, a part of undergraduate research month.
The Modern Languages & Literatures department is hosting a gender-neutral language roundtable discussion on Friday, April 16 from 2:00-3:00PM.
Opportunity to discuss issues relevant to non-tenure eligible faculty members. All are welcome. (Occurs 3rd Friday of each month. Time alternates between 2 PM and 3:30 PM.)
Build an understanding of the practice of self-care and how it can impact your overall well-being.
Hindi Hauntology in Post-Liberalization Kolkata by Rahul Bjørn Parson, Assistant Professor, South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Dr. Kerri Pratt, Chemistry professor at the University of Michigan, presents her research to measure the complex chemistry of trace gases, aerosols, and snow in the Arctic.
Reaching Out and Leaning In IV is the fourth and final concert of William & Mary Dance Program’s 2020-2021 season. Dance Minors and Orchesis student choreographers explore and develop original work performed by William & Mary students.
This photography exhibit in the downstairs Spigel Gallery at the Muscarelle Museum of Art was curated by students interested in the intersections of art and science.
Are you a 1st generation student experiencing stress because of societal, institutional, or familial concerns?
Virtual art gallery blending science and art perspectives
Designed for W&M students to help you decrease, manage, and avert significant feelings of loneliness and isolation: Wednesdays 8am
Time to share the challenges of these experiences and the process of transitioning back to the campus community. (Fridays starting March 26)
Healthy Connections is a discussion group for William & Mary students needing support with dating or intimate-partner relationships.
Designed for W&M students to help you decrease, manage, and avert significant feelings of loneliness and isolation: Mondays 1pm
This open and non-structured space has been established for W&M students who identify as questioning, transgender, non-binary, gender queer, gender-nonconforming and are interested in connecting with others with similar identities/shared experiences.
HORIZON is a peer-based social group for survivors of sexual assault and harassment attending William & Mary.
This group is specifically designed for students who have experienced sexual assault or dating abuse. No art experience necessary.
Provide an outlet for students who are living with chronic illness and trying to navigate day to day life