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Supervising Student Workers: Great Beginnings is the second session in our fall series. The focus in onboarding and training.
The MACE series is a six-week, non-credit program, open only to first-years and sophomores, guiding them through the career exploration process through assessment and research, ending with the creation of a Three-Semester Plan.
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Please join us for the first Fall '22 Teaching & Learning Talk –Engagement Through Experience. A panel of W&M faculty and their students will discuss how experiential learning has a big impact on learner engagement and learning outcomes.
Join the Office of Career Development & Professional Engagement for the Federal Resume crash course. In this workshop, students will learn how to write a federal resume when applying for federal internships and job opportunities on USAJOBS.
Managing details, multiple schedules, course work, responsibilities, and deadlines can create a sense of overwhelming. However, with a little bit of mindfulness combined with cultivating simple micro-habits, a shift can happen.
R. Kelly Crace, Ph.D, Center for Mindfulness & Authentic Excellence (CMAX)
William & Mary Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (APALSA), with the Black Law Student Association and Election Law Society, is hosting a screening of Chosen, a documentary about five Korean-American congressional candidates who ran in 2020.
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. Trivia@Swem returns this year with a general knowledge Battle of the Brains on September 20th at 7PM in the Ford Classroom.
The purpose of this interest meeting is for you to get to know ROCKET, why you want to join our staff, what you imagine yourself doing with us, and anything else you would like to know.
Come to the Law Library and see our display for Banned Books Week! We highlighted a selection of works from the collection on obscenity law and censorship. The display is located on the first floor and 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.