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A Global Perspective on Addressing Biodiversity and Protected Area Conservation Challenges and Environmental Injustices through Geographic Information Systems
Richard Murijono Tung Ming Reksoatmodjo, Final Oral Examination for the Ph.D. Degree, Title: "Edge Fueling and Neutral Density Studies of the Alcator C-Mod Tokamak Using the SOLPS-ITER Code"
International Careers Week: Diverse Paths to working in International Careers
Campus Connect is a suicide prevention program designed specifically for college campuses. It is an experiential training aimed at enhancing a person’s knowledge, awareness, and skills concerning college student suicide.
If you are an undergraduate student planning to interview, talk to, survey, or do any other kinds of research with human subjects, this workshop is for you!
This workshop aims to help with the development of coping strategies to reduce, manage, and prevent significant stress.
Planning to apply for department honors and do a senior thesis? The Charles Center offers up to $4,000 for ten weeks of research the summer before your senior year to give you a strong head start on your project.
Share/Swap/Learn Recipes! Recipes tell stories. Food creates connections.
Celebrate W&M launching ooPoll, the world's newest social media app, whose goal is to promote authenticated media and safe spaces where everyone can find opportunities, communities, and fun - we want to hear from YOU!
Home Without Hazing training for CURRENT MEMBERS is here!
This panel will focus on the difficulties of girls' accessing education in Afghanistan and the implications for Afghan students and scholars. It will include refugee scholars and the former president of the American University of Afghanistan.
As we celebrate W&M Education Week, join us for a panel discussion on What a ‘Just’ System of Education Would Look Like.
Join Student Assembly and administrators from Campus Living, Student Affairs, and the Office of Financial Aid for a discussion on the Housing & Dining Comprehensive Facilities Plan and Q&A session on the 2023-2024 housing selection process.
CHINA Town Hall connects leading China experts with Americans around the country for a national conversation. ?The 2022 program will feature former U.S. ambassador to Russia, China, and Singapore, Jon M. Huntsman Jr.
Join VIMS for a special lecture by our Scholar in Ocean Residency, Nainoa Thompson, a native Hawaiian navigator. He returns to inspire and educate us to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world with a melding of science and indigenous wisdom.
Art History Fall '22 Curatorial Project presents
"Carving Deep: J J Lankes' American Story" on view November 14-December 5, Andrews Gallery
Opening reception, November 14, 4-6pm
Celebrate the holidays by buying a loved one a candy gram! It's $2 to send someone a cute note along with a candy cane and hot chocolate packet! You or the recipient can pick them up on Wednesday, November 30th at Sadler from 11-2pm.
November 14-18, 2022 is William & Mary Education Week. Join us to celebrate and thank educators for their work!
The CGA is celebrating Geography Awareness Week from November 14th - 18th! There will be events each day and a weeklong competition with geo-swag prizes for undergraduate winners and ArcGIS Personal Use licenses for graduating senior and alumni winners.
As part of W&M Education Week, join us for daily afternoon activities designed to help students, faculty and staff de-stress and make deeper connections with the community.
Explore social interactions, communication styles, relationships, and more.
Join the Muscarelle Museum of Art for Faculty Show 15, an exhibition of recent works of William & Mary's studio art faculty.
At the Writing Resources Center, trained peer consultants offer individual assistance with writing, presentation, and other communication assignments across disciplines and at any stage, from generating ideas to polishing a final product.