2018 Catron Scholars Exhibition
Thursday, November 1 - Thursday, November 15
Andrews Hall, Andrews Gallery
Hauben Distinguished Lecture: Dr. Deborah Loewenberg Ball
Thursday, November 1
6pm - 7:30pm
School of Education
Hauben Distinguished Lecture by Dr. Deborah Loewenberg Ball: (How) Can Teaching Disrupt Racism and Oppression? 
Gender and Technologies Symposium, ?My Mother was a Computer?:  Legacies of Gender and Technology
Friday, November 2
All day
Morton Hall, Room 140

To commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Coeducation, the Gender and Technologies Symposium will build on the existing body of work created by scholarly collectives studying feminism and technology and will feature world-renowned gender and gaming experts.

Gender and Technology Symposium Keynote Speaker:  Professor Wendy Chun, Simon Fraser University
Friday, November 2
10am
Equality Lab

Professor Wendy Hui Kyong Chun is the Canada 150 Research Chair in New Media at Simon Fraser University. She combines a background in Systems Design Engineering and English Literature to inform her work on contemporary digital media. 

Biology Fall Seminar: Jamie Foster (University of Florida)
Friday, November 2
3pm - 4pm
ISC2 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1221

Title: "Impact of microgravity on beneficial animal-microbe interactions"

    Chemistry Fall Seminar
    Friday, November 2
    3pm - 4pm
    ISC2 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1127

    Dr. Renee Frontiera of the University of Minnesota presents "Ultrafast Spectroscopy for Clean Energy Research: Raman Probes for Solar Cell Dynamics and Plasmonic Photocatalysis"

      Philosophy Colloquium: Carla Merino-Rajme (UNC/Chapel Hill), "An Account of Felt Flow"
      Friday, November 2
      3:30pm - 5pm
      James Blair Hall, Room 223

      Carla Merino-Rajme, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at UNC/Chapel Hill, will speak at a colloquium sponsored by the Department of Philosophy.  Her title is "An Account of Felt Flow."  All interested welcome!

      #VastEarlyAmerica Wikistorm
      Saturday, November 3
      10am - 2pm
      Swem Library, Ford Classroom

      You can help us add 100 early American women to Wikipedia by 2019.

      You can also help us augment current entries for early American women.

      Professor Ann M. Little delivers the Mary Maples Dunn Lecture
      Saturday, November 3
      3pm - 5pm
      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

      Professor Ann Little will deliver the Mary Maples Dunn Lecture at the Omohundro Institute. She specializes in the history of women, gender, and sexuality. She has held fellowships at the Newberry Library, Huntington Library, and others.

      Marshall-Wythe Lecture in Legal History: Professor Catharine MacMillan, King's College, London
      Tuesday, November 6
      12:50pm - 1:50pm
      Law School, Room 127

      Catharine MacMillan, who holds the Chair in Private Law at the Dickson Poon School of Law at King?s College London, will deliver a lecture titled ?Personal Networks and the Transference of Legal Ideas: the Trans-Atlantic Career of Judah P. Benjamin.? 

      AIA National Lecture    
      Tuesday, November 6
      4:30pm - 6pm
      Andrews Hall, Room 101


      Dr. Tamura Lomax discusses, "Chasing Tenure: Lessons From an Independent Black Woman Scholar"
      Tuesday, November 6
      5:30pm - 7:30pm
      Sadler Center, Tidewater A/B

      Tamara Lomax is an educator, writer, and co-founder/CEO of The Feminist Wire, an online publication committed to feminist, anti-racist, and anti-imperialist sociopolitical critique. She received her Ph.D. in religion from Vanderbilt University. 


      "The Past and the Future of Women's Commentary on the Qur'an"
      Thursday, November 8
      4pm - 6pm
      Tucker Hall, 127A

      "The Past and the Future of Women's Commentary on the Qur'an" - Dr. Maria Massi Dakake (George Mason University)

      3rd Annual Diversity and Inclusion Symposium    
      Friday, November 9
      8am - 3pm
      School of Education

      3rd annual Diversity & Inclusion Symposium: ?Diversity Beyond the Buzzword: Making Excellence Inclusive? 


      A Place in History: Should Virginia Ratify the Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution? 
      Friday, November 9
      9am - 5pm
      Law School, Room 120

       In the upcoming legislative session, Virginia faces the choice of whether to become the 38th state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. This symposium will explore the political, legal, and economic factors that will animate the state's decision.

      Building a Militarized Pacific: Asian Migration and Indigeneity on Gu?han (Guam)
      Friday, November 9
      12pm - 1pm
      Morton Hall, Room 314

      This lecture will uncover the history of US militarization, the expropriation of Chamorro land, and the migration of Filipino laborers after World War II in Guam.

      Applied Science Seminar: Ella Mihailescu, Ph.D.
      Friday, November 9
      3pm - 4pm
      ISC3 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1127
      Biology Fall Seminar: Wenheng Zhang (VCU)
      Friday, November 9
      3pm - 4pm
      ISC2 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1221

      Title: "Evolution of the processes underlying floral zygomorphy development in pentapetalous angiosperms reveals developmental contraints and novel mechanisms"

        Physics Colloquium
        Friday, November 9
        4pm - 5pm
        Small Hall, Room 111

        Speaker: Prof. Tricia Vahle, William & Mary Physics Department, Title of talk: New results from accelerator neutrino oscillation experiments

        The Free Speech Clause and the Defense of Religious Liberty  | Kristen Waggoner
        Monday, November 12
        12:50pm - 1:50pm
        Law School, Room 119

        This lecture is co-sponsored by the Institute of Bill of Rights Law (IBRL) Student Division, the Christian Law Society, and the Federalist Society.  

        Meet Jodi Kantor
        Monday, November 12
        2:30pm - 4:30pm
        Swem Library, Botetourt Gallery
        Women and Conflict Constitutions
        Monday, November 12
        3:30pm - 6pm
        Law School, Room 141

        Hosted by the Law School's Center for Comparative Legal Studies & Post-Conflict Peacebuilding with support from the Reves Center. Admission is free and all are welcome.


        "The Coded Gaze: Unmasking Algorithmic Bias" - Joy Buolamwini
        Monday, November 12
        4pm - 6pm
        TBD

        "The Coded Gaze: Unmasking Algorithmic Bias" - Joy Buolamwini

        100th Anniversary of Women at W&M

        Free screening of "RBG," documentary about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
        Monday, November 12
        6:30pm - 8pm
        Law School, Room 119

        Screening of "RBG," a documentary about the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, hosted by the Comparative Legal Student Scholars. Free admission and refreshments. Open to the public.

        An Evening with Jodi Kantor
        Monday, November 12
        7:30pm
        Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

        Jodi Kantor is a prize-winning investigative reporter and best-selling author whose work has revealed hidden truths about power, gender, technology, politics and culture.

        Women Empowerment Panel
        Tuesday, November 13
        4pm - 5:30pm
        Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Room 1018

        NAWMBA invites you to attend a panel discussion for men and women to discuss how to help champion women in the workplace.

        Anti-Semitism and Racism in America after Pittsburgh: A Community Conversation
        Wednesday, November 14
        3:30pm - 5pm
        Wren Chapel

        Come and reflect with us as a community on anti-Semitism and racism in America, particularly in light of the recent shooting at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.  Comments by expert panelists, followed by an open conversation with the audience.

        Geology Speaker Series Welcomes Professor Lauren Simkins, University of Virginia
        Wednesday, November 14
        3:30pm - 5pm
        McGlothlin-Street Hall

        The year 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of women attending William & Mary, and a number of events are planned to celebrate this milestone. 

        Delegates Marcia Price & Lashrecse Aird Discuss "Bringing New Voice to Virginia Politics"
        Wednesday, November 14
        4pm - 6pm
        Washington Hall, Room 201

        The Government Department presents, ?Bringing New Voice to Virginia Politics: Reflections of Young Black Women in the General Assembly.?

        Guest speakers will be Delegate Marcia Price of the 95th district and Delegate Lashrecse Aird of the 63rd district.

        AMP / Halima Aden
        Wednesday, November 14
        7pm - 8pm
        Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

        Halima Aden is a fashion industry icon and activist taking the world by storm.

        People Not Problems: Poverty in Williamsburg
        Wednesday, November 14
        7pm - 8:30pm
        Washington Hall, Room 201

        Join Greater City for a panel discussion and Q&A focusing on poverty and homelessness in Williamsburg. Panelists include Fred Liggin from 3e Restoration, Charvalla West from United Way, and JaLauna Burton from the Williamsburg Housing Department.

        Seminar: Ecological impacts of chemical cues in marine systems.  By Dr. Julia Kubanek, Georgia Tech
        Friday, November 16
        12pm - 1pm
        VIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh Auditorium

        Dr. Julia Kubanek, Professor & Associate Dean at Georgia Tech (Atlanta, GA) will be giving a seminar on Friday, Nov 16th @ 12 PM in the McHugh Auditorium (Watermen?s Hall) VIMS. 

        All are welcome. 




        Drum Circle: A Lemon's Legacies Porch Talk    
        Friday, November 16
        12pm - 1:30pm
        Crim Dell Meadow, Crim Dell Amphitheater and Trinkle Hall is Rain Location

        Feeling stressed from finals or the upcoming holiday season? Join the Lemon Project and Patrick Hudgins from the Counseling Center in a healing drum circle to relieve some tension. Come beat on a variety of drums; no musical experience required! 

        Mathematics Colloquium: Zixia Song (University of Central Florida)
        Friday, November 16
        2pm - 3pm
        Jones Hall, Room 302

        Title: Mathematics of Quantum Entanglement


          Biology Fall Seminar: Megan Phifer-Rixey (Monmouth University)
          Friday, November 16
          3pm - 4pm
          ISC2 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1221

          Title: "Evolutionary genetics in wild house mice"

            Chemistry Fall Seminar
            Friday, November 16
            3pm - 4pm
            ISC2 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1127

            Theresa Evans-Nguyen of the University of South Florida presents

            "Targeting Next Generation Mass Spectrometry"

              Communication, Search & Mobile Phones: an Experiment in Tanzania by Dr. Jenny Aker
              Friday, November 16
              3:30pm - 5pm
              Tyler Hall, Room 219

              Join us on Friday, Nov. 16 at 3:30 pm in Tyler 219 to learn about development economics in Africa from expert Dr. Jenny Aker of Tufts University.

              Post-socialism in Hong Kong: Zone Urbanism, Urban Horror, and Post-1997 Hong Kong Cinema
              Wednesday, November 28
              5pm - 6:30pm
              Washington Hall, Room 219

              Speaker: Erin Huang (Assistant Professor in East Asian Studies & Comparative Literature, Princeton University)

              Diversity Series Featuring Jenny Currin of the Philippines 
              Wednesday, November 28
              5pm - 7pm
              Sadler Center, Dining hall

              Diversity Series Featuring Jenny Currin from the Philippines 

                Janice Allen Jackson '85, Administrator of Augusta, Georgia, Named Fall 2018 Baxter-Ward Fellow
                Thursday, November 29
                5pm - 6:30pm
                Tucker Hall, 127A

                The Department of Government is pleased to announce that Janice Allen Jackson ?85 has been selected as the Fall 2018 Baxter-Ward Fellow. Ms. Jackson graduated from William & Mary with a self-designed major in Public Policy and Urban Studies.

                Chemistry Fall Seminar
                Friday, November 30
                3pm - 4pm
                ISC2 (Integrated Science Center), ISC 1127

                Claudia Turro of The Ohio State University presents

                "Targeting Cancer with Transition Metal Complexes:  From Basic Science Toward Therapy"

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