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The brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon will be selling milkshakes on Sadler Terrace benefiting the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
Tepper guest speaker : Valerie Hopkins will give a lecture on March 24th.
Emerging Scholars Series Talk: "Kitchen Gardens and Scientific Knowledge in Early America"
What's your experience when the topic turns to climate change? What's your relationship to the environment? Hear new perspectives, share your own, and spend a unique hour in dialogue with eight other attendees from across Williamsburg and W&M.
Reception for the Art & Art History’s Non-Majors Art Exhibition, featuring 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.
Hear from four W&M alums as they discuss how to launch a career in health policy and establish yourself in the field.
Meet up with the W&M community in your neighborhood at one or more local happy hours!
Please join us on Thursday, March 24th for a reading with Maaza Mengiste, author of The Shadow King.
Dust off your thinking caps and get ready to hit the books – it’s time to see who’s the brightest crayon in the box.
Join AMP’s Impact Committee for a night of inspiration and conversation with this year’s Atwater Lecture Speaker Laurie Hernandez on March 24th at 7pm! Laurie Hernandez is an Olympic Gold and Silver Medalist who is an advocate for positive body image.
Do you have thoughts or questions about diversity, inclusion, and equity in the Government Department?
Learn about our online graduate programs and how they are designed for working professionals. Admissions steps and deadlines will be discussed. You'll also have the opportunity to get answers to your specific questions.
The Matoaka Boathouse is OPEN for the Spring Season!
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.