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William & Mary’s Jody Allen Ph.D. '07 and the University of Virginia’s Louis Nelson '90 will explore the process and meaning of campus memorials to enslaved workers in a panel moderated by Sara Bon-Harper.
Saving Justice: A Book Discussion with James Comey
The Center for Student Diversity’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. commemoration program pays tribute to his life and impact.
Join the Human Security Law Center in welcoming Arthur Traldi, International Criminal Prosecutor, who will be speaking about potential changes in U.S. atrocity crime policy under the Biden administration. Zoom: https://cwm.zoom.us/j/96732910046
The next conversation will explore the different ways students, faculty, staff and alumni are taking action to improve the lives of others during the pandemic. Amid so much uncertainty, their work brings hope for greater unity and a brighter future.
State of Modern Teaching in D.C.
Charter Day marks the 328th anniversary of the awarding of the Royal Charter from King William III and Queen Mary II of England establishing William & Mary.
Come join the Institute of Bill of Rights Law for the 2021 Professor Charles Koch Administrative Law Forum featuring Professors Peter Shane, Kristin Hickman, and Nick Bagley, in a discussion on what to expect in the Biden Administration.
The W&M Alumni Association will hold its Annual Membership meeting on Saturday, February 13, 2021, at 11 a.m.
The Alumni Medallion is the highest and most prestigious award the Alumni Association can bestow on a graduate of William & Mary.
Women's Law Society invites alumni across industries to share their experiences and answer student questions about what it's like being a woman in the industry.
As both young professionals and experienced industry leaders alike look forward to a more prosperous 2021, what lessons can they utilize from the past year of constant adaptation?
During Heal’s meeting, we will discuss this year’s NEDA Week theme, “Every Body Has a Seat At the Table”. We will talk about inclusion, representation, and how these factors can positively influence eating disorder recovery.
What is the difference between kids that struggle and kids that thrive? Why do some kids cope with adversity, develop healthy relationships, and embrace change, and others crumble under pressure? The good news is that thrivers are made, not born.
Join us for a discussion on multicultural issues within the eating disorder world, with a focus on helping to identify our own seat at the table. This National Eating Disorders Awareness Week speaking event will be led by clinician Khara Randall.
Center of Student Diversity and the Rainbow Coalition at William & Mary invites you to an open and honest panel conversation on the intersectionality of blackness and queerness and how it affects lives on campus -- past, present, and future.
Professor Guy-Uriel Charles will present the 2021 Cutler Lecture. He is currently the Edward and Ellen Schwarzman Professor of Law at Duke Law School. Admission is free and all are welcome.
Hear first-hand stories about the internal and external impact of the IIC from faculty, students, alumni, and conservation partners.
Come for an evening of honest storytelling, refreshing vulnerability, and inspirational courage. With bravery and grace, six William & Mary students will share their survivor stories of eating disorder and recovery.