|Go to today|
Mark your calendars! The 2022 Teaching & Learning Symposium will be returning after a three-year pandemic hiatus and we are thrilled to be together again!
In her first talk, Rabbi Lederman will explore Reform Judaism in today's America; in her second, she will discuss the history of women in the rabbinate and her work within.
An on-the-ground report on the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine from Doug Mercado '85, currently serving with the World Food Programme (WFP) as the Head of Area Office for Romania, supporting WFP’s emergency operations in Ukraine.
Title: The Enumeration of Minimum Path Covers of Trees
Abstract snippet: A path cover of a tree T is a collection of induced paths of T that are vertex disjoint and cover all the vertices of T.
Undergraduate researchers present the results of their faculty-mentored research in an informal drop-in session with digital posters. Light refreshments are available at this Undergraduate Research Month event.
Title: Period Doubling Cascades from Data
Abstract: Orbit diagrams of period doubling cascades represent systems going from periodicity to chaos.
Reception and presentations for The 2022 Catron Scholars Research Exhibition
Thursday, April 28, 5-7pm. Exhibition Dates: April 21-28
Connect with your neighbors at the celebration of the Communal Quilt Project. Hundreds of people around Williamsburg have made quilt squares to tell their story. See how we are all connected in this debut event with music, storytelling, and refreshments.
We want to hear from you! Join William & Mary Dining Director Lamar Patterson for a series of in-person discussions about dining services.
An Evening with Charles F. “Chuck” Sams III, (Cayuse and Walla Walla), Director, National Park Service
Moderated by Robert Rose, with interviewers Andrew Fisher and Nikki Bass
The Ewell Concert Series 2021 - 2022 Season presents the The Lavazza Piano Trio which consists of Violinist Akemi Takayama, Cellist Julian Schwarz, and Pianist Marika Bournaki.
Interested in applying to the W&M D.C. Metro alumni board? Attend one of the Open House events to learn more about the board and its goals for the upcoming year.
Shakespeare in the Dark collaborates with the Asian Centennial to bring us Twelfth Night! or What You Will, a Vietnamese-American reimagining of the classic Shakespearean comedy set in 1975 Hollywood, California.
Join the Bike Alliance for a multi-part clinic to become a better cyclist! This is a program for the intermediate cyclist that wants to improve their level of skill and comfort on a bicycle.
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.