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Josué Nieves, a MA/PhD student, will present his final dissertation. Please email Joni Carlson [[jdcarlson]] for Zoom link.
Sharpe: Community Mapping Project (Neighborhoods Team)
Victoria Cooper, Computer Science - Dissertation Defense
Title: Data-Driven Reflectance Estimation under Natural Lighting
Advisor: Dr. Pieter Peer
Dr. Katrina Eichner of the University of Idaho will present the Anthropology Graduate Student Collective Brown Bag titled "About Face: Laundress (Her) Stories at Fort Davis, Texas." Please email Joni Carlson [[jdcarlson]] for Zoom link.
Hear from Professor Audrey Horning as she describes how her archaeological work in Northern Ireland provides new evidence about contested pasts and empowers contemporary communities to confront historical legacies.
The First Generation Student Alliance is holding the very first FGSA Faculty Speaker Panel.
Join the Family & Education Law Society (FELS) on Wednesday, April 21, during the lunch hour (12:50-1:50 EST) for a talk with Professor Thomas McSweeney on Marriage, Sexuality, & the Law in the Middle Ages. Please RSVP using the appropriate form.
Join us for our next water cooler on Wednesday, April 21, at 2 p.m. Let's get together to discuss return to work strategies.
Register here: https://bit.ly/3cKzaZB
Christopher Crain will present a defense of his dissertation. Please email Joni Carlson firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom link.
A panel of judges will pick the $5000 grand prize winning research proposal for summer research in a STEM field.
Hear from Pulitzer Prize-winning author Joseph J. Ellis ’65, L.H.D. ’98 as he shares his insights from his 2018 book, “American Dialogue: The Founders and Us.”
Understanding our Interconnectedness: A keynote with Winona LaDuke, Native American environmentalist and political activist, on the importance of connecting with your local communities and ecosystems to the benefit of the future and world.
Join us for an online version of our popular Scientist Walks Into a Bar program. Grab your favorite beverage and relax with us as three VIMS graduate students give a quick overview of their research during 5-minute fast talks with a Q&A after each talk.
Impact Week is a week-long competition in which student organizations on campus compete for over $5,000 to fund proposed service projects in the Williamsburg area.
Earth Week is held annually the week of April 22, Earth Day!
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