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The Matoaka Boathouse is OPEN for the Spring Season!
Lessons in Leadership
A workshop about how to curate and express your personal and professional brand.
Dr. Zach Conrad, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and Margaret S. Glauber Fellow, 2021-2023 at William & Mary, will present his research on food system sustainability using data science. Email [[jdcarlson]] for Zoom link.
Prof. Andrew Tobolowsky discusses his new book The Myth of the Twelve Tribes of Israel.
This experiential suicide prevention training program, designed for college campuses, builds knowledge, awareness, and skills concerning student suicide. Attendees learn how to respond effectively to students experiencing a wide range of emotional crises.
Want to host an event during Earth Week? Don't know where to start? Come to our "office hours" and we can help you out!
Milli’s Awakening (Natasha Kelly, 2018) profiles eight Black women artists living in Germany.
Stream the 45-minute film on your own, then join our discussion with Dr. Kelly on March 23, 3:30-4:30pm on Zoom (in English). Email email@example.com for links.
Dr. Blome is a professor of geology at East Carolina University and will be giving a talk titled, "Oh the places you may go! (With a geology degree from W&M)."
Undecided on your career path after graduation or looking to change careers? Join us virtually to learn about William & Mary's Master of Accounting Program.
Join Here: https://cwm.zoom.us/j/96997647101
Pre-Law Information Session
W&M Law Alumna Ndome Essoka (’21), Chief Pharmacy Officer at Advocate Aurora Health, Vincent Jackson, and CDC foundation Epidemiologist, Glahnnia Rates will cover the historical and contemporary inequities in our healthcare system.
Impact Week is a week-long competition in which 3 student orgs compete to receive grant funding to complete their proposed community service project. The 3 student orgs competing this year are Some You Know, Camp Kesem, and Food For All.
Art & Art History’s Non-Majors Art Exhibition features original artworks by William & Mary students who include Studio Art and Art History minors, Art History concentrators, and students who are active in Studio Art courses at W&M.
W&M Studio Art Senior Capstone Show at the Linda Matney Gallery, 5435 Richmond Road, Suite A,
Reception also held at the Matney Gallery, Feb 25, 4:30-7pm
Open to the public.
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.