From Theory to Practice: Fostering Climate Resilience for a More Secure World
Thursday, April 6
8am - 6pm
Sadler Center, Chesapeake A, B, and C

The 3rd Annual National Security Conference serves as a bridge between academia and policy as we translate research evidence-based best practices into tangible policy considerations that enhance our adaptability to known and future climate threats. 

"My Name is Pauli Murray" Documentary Screening and Discussion
Thursday, April 6
5pm - 7:30pm
Law School, Room 137

Join for a screening of "My Name is Pauli Murray" and discussion. 

Filipino American Writing Fest-Performance by Leah Glenn Dance Theatre
Thursday, April 6
6pm - 6:15pm
Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved

W&M Filipino American Writing Festival outdoor performance of “Hush” by the Lean Glenn Dance Theatre.

KASA Cooking Course: Kimbap Edition
Thursday, April 6
6pm - 8pm
Wesley Foundation

Are you interested in Korean Culture? Want to make and taste good Korean food? Come and join our culture chairs in an immersive cooking course to learn how to cook: Kimbap. Anyone can participate!

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Filipino American Writing Festival - Readings by guest authors and book signing.
Thursday, April 6
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Tucker Hall, Tucker Theater 127A

W&M Filipino American Writing Festival - Readings by guest authors and book signing.

Taste of APIM
Friday, April 7
12pm - 1:30pm
Sadler Center, The Slice

Join us as we celebrate May's Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month at the CSD! Taste of APIM provides an opportunity to celebrate the wide variety of cultures represented during the month through the sharing of food.

Guest Speaker: Why and How Teacher Education Programs Teach for Peace
Wednesday, April 12
6pm - 7pm
School of Education, Holly Room

Dr. Kasumagic-Kafedžic will speak primarily about the pedagogical approaches which are relevant for U.S. university initiatives seeking to develop effective international partnerships to promote a variety of goals, including sustainable development.

A Scientist Walks into a Distillery: Sharks at the Copper Fox Distillery!
Wednesday, April 12
6:30pm - 8pm
Copper Fox Distillery, 901 Capitol Landing Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23185

Join us at the Copper Fox Distillery in Williamsburg as VIMS Associate Research Scientist, Jim Gartland, provides an overview of the VIMS Shark Survey: the longest-running fishery-independent survey of shark populations in the world!

W&M Williamsburg-Peninsula Tribe Thursday
Thursday, April 13
5pm - 7pm
Kephi Greek Kitchen | 1635 Richmond Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185

Join us for our monthly Tribe Thursday at Kephi Greek Kitchen. Jack Gary ’00, director of archaeology for The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, will join us and share about the Williamsburg Bray School. The event is free to attend. 

LGBTQIA+ Open House 
Monday, April 17
11am - 4pm
Swem Library, Special Collections
Norman Lewis, Ad Reinhardt, Adolph Gottlieb, Dorothy Dehner: Our Pictographic Era
Monday, April 17
5pm - 6pm
Washington Hall, Room 201

Andrianna Campbell-LaFleur joins us from Yale University for our second talk in the spring Muscarelle Explorations series, Modern Masters at the Margins.

“This is Us”: A Descendant Community Virtual Conversation
Monday, April 17
6:30pm - 8pm

The Bray School Lab is kicking off Descendant Outreach Week with a virtual gathering to increase engagement among Bray School Descendants, long-time community members, and Lab staff and to generate ideas about Community-Lab connections.

One Tribe One Day
Tuesday, April 18
All day
Around the world

Join us on Tuesday, April 18, for our biggest One Tribe One Day yet! Over the past nine years, more than 35,000 donors have contributed over $20 million on One Tribe One Day. With your help, we can make this another record-breaking year!

    Focus on Careers: How W&M is Expanding Resources for Students and Alumni
    Tuesday, April 18
    12:30pm - 1:30pm
    Virtual Event | URL will be shared prior to the event

    Join W&M Chief Career Officer Kathleen Powell to learn how William & Mary is expanding career resources for students and alumni!

    "Not A Tame Lion" Screening plus Q&A with Director Craig Bettendorf, Boswell Lecture Series
    Tuesday, April 18
    5:30pm - 8pm
    Ewell Hall, Recital Hall

    A screening of the 2022 documentary  Not a Tame Lion about John Boswell to include a Q&A with the director Craig Bettendorf. Jay Watkins, Ph.D. from the H.R. Tyler Department of History, will moderate.  

    A Midsummer Night's Dream
    Thursday, April 27 - Sunday, April 30
    Location not specified

    William & Mary Theatre is pleased to announce its final production of the season, A Midsummer Night's Dream, written by William Shakespeare and directed by Laurie Wolf.

    The Importance of Multistakeholder Digital Diplomacy
    Thursday, April 27

    Monica Ruiz will deliver the 2023 George Tayloe Ross Address on International Peace April 27, 2023, at 4:30pm via Zoom.

    Abstract Artist Lynne Mapp Drexler's Journey from Virginia to Maine
    Thursday, April 27
    6pm - 7pm
    Washington Hall, Room 201

    Art historian and scholar Gail Levin will join us for the fourth talk in our spring Muscarelle Explorations series, Modern Masters at the Margins.

    Deeply Rooted: Preserving and Celebrating Gullah Geechee Heritage
    Thursday, April 27
    6pm - 7pm
    Zoom meeting

    Join the Lemon Project for this virtual Lemon's Legacies Porch Talk: Deeply Rooted: Preserving and Celebrating Gullah Geechee Heritage. Panelists include Reginald Tendaji Bailey; Joyce White, Ph.D;  Kyle R. Fox, Ph.D.

    Responsible Consumption Exhibit
    Friday, April 28 - Friday, May 12
    Sadler Center, Hart Gallery

    Student art from Earth Day Bash's "Responsible Consumption" art  competition  being exhibited in Hart Gallery. April 28-May 12

    Zoom talk with Dr. Esha Momeni titled: On Woman, Life, Freedom: Reflections on a Revolution
    Friday, April 28
    11am - 12pm

    In this talk, scholar/activist Esha Momeni will discuss the on-going struggle for women's rights and beyond in Iran. 

    Ballet with HWA (Hulon Willis Association) - Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at Chrysler Hall
    Sunday, April 30
    Chrysler Hall (Norfolk, VA)

    The Hulon Willis Association invites you to join us for an afternoon of dance. Join fellow W&M alumni, family and friends at Chrysler Hall in Norfolk, Va.


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