7th Annual Diversity & Inclusion Symposium
Thursday, November 3
8:30am - 3pm
School of Education

Keynote speakers will be Dr. Daryl G. Smith and Junior Peña.

Bellini Colloquium
Thursday, November 3
3:30pm - 5pm
Washington Hall, Room 315

Hear a talk by our colleague in Hispanic Studies, Álvaro Pascual Garrote, hosted by MLL’s Bellini Colloquium.

    "New Approaches to American Jews and Movie Making During WWII"
    Monday, November 7
    12pm - 1pm
    Wren Building, Great Hall

     Michael Berkowitz joins the department from University College London!

      Compassion Meditation at the Hearth
      Tuesday, November 8
      11am - 11:15am
      Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved
      Marking Time and Space: Sacred Landscapes in Afro-Caribbean Art
      Friday, November 11
      5pm - 6pm
      Muscarelle Museum of Art, Sheridan Gallery

      Please join us for an illustrated lecture by Elizabeth Morán, Associate Chair and Jane Williams Mahoney Associate Professor of Art History.

      Art History Curatorial Project: "Carving Deep: JJ Lankes' American Story"
      Monday, November 14 - Monday, December 5
      Andrews Hall, Andrews Gallery

      Art History Fall '22 Curatorial Project presents

      "Carving Deep: J J Lankes' American Story" on view November 14-December 5, Andrews Gallery

      Opening reception, November 14, 4-6pm

      Reves Work-in-Progress with Dan Maliniak: Veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq Conflicts 
      Tuesday, November 15
      12pm - 1pm
      Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

      Reves Faculty Fellow Government Professor Dan Maliniak and some of his student researchers discuss their recent work on veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts in the U.S. and Republic of Georgia.

      The Future of Resistance in Afganistan: A Conversation with Ali Nazary
      Tuesday, November 15
      5pm - 8pm
      Washington Center, Classroom 701

      Join the FPRI at the Washington Center for a special conversation with Ali Nazary, Head of Foreign Relations for the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan, moderated by FPRI Senior Fellow, Phil Wasielewski and FPRI Director of Research, James Ryan.

      W&M Charleston Young Alumni Trivia Night
      Tuesday, November 15
      6:45pm - 9pm
      Palmetto Brewing Co. | 289 Huger Street, Charleston, SC 29403

      Come join your fellow Charleston-area young alumni (class years '07-'22) for team trivia at Palmetto Brewing Co.! Light appetizers will be provided, with delicious local brews available for purchase. 

      W&M Libraries Trivia
      Tuesday, November 15
      7pm - 9pm
      Swem Library, Ford Classroom

      Call together your Fellowship and head out into the wilds to see how well you know the Lord of the Rings films. 

      Addressing Biodiversity Conservation Challenges and Environmental Injustices through GIS
      Wednesday, November 16
      9am - 10:30am
      Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

      A Global Perspective on Addressing Biodiversity and Protected Area Conservation Challenges and Environmental Injustices through Geographic Information Systems

      Campus Connect
      Wednesday, November 16
      McLeod Tyler Wellness Center, Multi-purpose Room

      Campus Connect is a suicide prevention program designed specifically for college campuses.  It is an experiential training aimed at enhancing a person’s knowledge, awareness, and skills concerning college student suicide.

        Newtok:  A free film streaming opportunity from the Institute for Integrative Conservation
        Friday, November 18 - Saturday, December 31
        Online streaming

        In collaboration with the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, the Institute for Integrative Conservation offers for streaming: NEWTOK, A Patagonia Film


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