William & Mary Crim Dell Association
The Crim Dell Association is William & Mary’s identity group representing alumni dedicated to expanding the freedom to love and express gender and sexual identity. Our mission is to cultivate a vibrant community, expand opportunities for current LGBTQ+ students and allies and maintain a strong connection with the university.
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Please join the President and Provost for a ceremony & reception celebrating the recipients of the 2023 Thomas Jefferson Awards,
James Monroe Prize, and announcement of the 2023 Plumeri Awards for Faculty Excellence.
INHABITANTS follows five Native American Tribes across deserts, coastlines, forests, and prairies as they restore their traditional land management practices.
Celebrate Valentine's Day with the Tribe at Kephi Greek Kitchen! This Tribe Thursday will have an elegant twist: We'll enjoy a three-course, Valentine's Day-themed meal in a private room will be reserved for William & Mary guests.
The Hulon Willis Association invites you to join us for a Charter Day weekend celebration. Commemorate William & Mary’s 330th birthday with fellow W&M alumni, family and friends the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
Public Lecture by Dr. Changwook Kim (Handong Global University) on "The Shadow of the Korean Wave: Global K-Culture Boom and the Problem of Creative Labor in Korean Cultural Industries."
How have U.S. alliances evolved over time? What should their purposes be moving forward? Is U.S. alliance strategy appropriate for great power competition and a rapidly changing world? Reception to follow.
The Lemon Project Genealogical Research Roundtable is an extension of the Genealogy Show & Tell sessions started as part of our Sankofa Summer Workshops. It is a collaboration of genealogists and family historians at all expertise levels.
A&S Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion 2023 Spring Speaker Series featuring award-winning author and speaker, Colum McCann. Open to everyone in the W&M community.
Performing Queerness in Singapore: Beyond Illiberal Pragmatism and Cane. With guest Zoom speaker Zihan Loo.
This webinar features riparian and fisheries experts representing several U.S. tribes discussing how Traditional Ecological Knowledge can be in incorporated into riparian conservation and hydropower decision making.
Recipient of The Tony Award® for Best Play and Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Terry B. McDougall ’86 will lead you through a series of exercises that will help you gain clarity on your values, strengths and skills.
An evening of micro-stories from students who took part in the 2023 Reves Micro-story Workshop.
This Hayes Writers Series event presents Laura Warrell, author of Sweet Soft Plenty Rhythm, which has been named the “best book” of 2022 by several publications. Laura will read from her work, discuss her craft, and signing books.
Andrews Gallery Exhibition, Laura Vahlberg "Houses and Trees"
January 25-February 15, 2023
Open to the public
The exhibit explores the history of Chinese dance through images and text co-curated by William & Mary professor Dr. Emily Wilcox and University of Michigan Chinese Studies Librarian Dr. Liangyu Fu.