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Hear from fellow W&M alumni about their experiences running for office in Virginia, from city council seats to attorney general.
"Abducted" is a new original musical created by Zoë Bowen Smith '21.
Quirky, heartfelt, and mysterious, "Abducted" tells the story of Avery and Mia, two college-age women who happen to be abducted by a group of eccentric aliens.
College students, sexual assault response coordinators, prevention specialists, counselors, and allies from across the Commonwealth will come together for this amazing evening of hope and healing
Closed captioning and ASL interpretation provided.
From Awareness to Action: Reducing Breast Cancer
Join us for this lecture by Dr. Erica Warner, a cancer epidemiologist and assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School.
Join the Washington Center as we look at how nonprofits have leveraged the pandemic in positive ways to advance their missions.
Join our long-serving Representative to Congress who will share his plans for education, criminal justice, healthcare and labor reform.
One of the Little Rock Nine, Minnijean Brown Trickey will speak about her experience as a lifelong activist and the power of centering nonviolence in every aspect of her life at this Lemon's Legacies Porch Talk.
Join Scott Elliff for a virtual tasting of three wines from Central Virginia's DuCard Vineyards.
Save the date for April 9-14, 2021 as we celebrate the classes ending in 0's & 5's as well as 1's & 6's in a Virtual Alumni Weekend!
Please join The Health Law and Policy Society for our first annual Symposium: "A Snapshot of Health Law" on April 10, 2021 (10:30am -3:00pm). Register in advance for this meeting: https://cwm.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAsde2hrTwoEtFqq5M2tZMphutKpuPSQKXf
Professor Melissa Murray will deliver the annual Wythe Lecture titled Race-ing Roe: Reproductive Justice, Racial Justice, and the Battle for Roe v. Wade. She is the Frederick I. and Grace Stokes Professor of Law at New York University School of Law.
On April 13, 2021, the William & Mary community will come together for one incredible day to give back and pay it forward. Every gift to any area, no matter the size, makes a difference and helps unlock challenges that increase the impact of your gift.
On Tuesday, April 13, we will come together, wherever we are in the world, to celebrate and support our vibrant university community. Join us for the 8th annual One Tribe One Day to give back and pay it forward.
Celebrate One Tribe One Day with W&M Libraries and the Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation (STLI)!
For OTOD: At W&M we strive to understand and change the world through collaborative research. Join us for a discussion highlighting the cultural, economic and political implications of the new administration as it relates to China.
Nigerian-born Bangladeshi American writer and photographer Abeer Hoque presents the finale conversation in Asian American Plural: Literature Across Borders series, curated by Dr. R. Benedito Ferrao for the Asian Centennial.
Asian and Pacific Islander Bahn Mi presents: Filipino Nurses at the Postcolonial Prelude, 1911 – 1946: A History of Mobility and Racialization to and from Seattle
W&M Sustainability Symposium Event 2
Understanding our Interconnectedness: A Discussion with Céline Cousteau on Why Protecting the Rights of the Indigenous Communities of the Vale do Javari in Brazil is Essential to Our Survival
Hear from Professor Audrey Horning as she describes how her archaeological work in Northern Ireland provides new evidence about contested pasts and empowers contemporary communities to confront historical legacies.
Hear from Pulitzer Prize-winning author Joseph J. Ellis ’65, L.H.D. ’98 as he shares his insights from his 2018 book, “American Dialogue: The Founders and Us.”
Understanding our Interconnectedness: A keynote with Winona LaDuke, Native American environmentalist and political activist, on the importance of connecting with your local communities and ecosystems to the benefit of the future and world.
Join fellow William & Mary alumni, family, parents and friends in the Williamsburg-Peninsula area for a virtual Tribe Thursday happy hour!
Come join the Flat Hat, W&M's student newspaper, to welcome Jeffrey Dvorkin. Mr. Dvorkin is a senior fellow at Massey College, a center for journalistic research at the University of Toronto and former NPR news ombudsman.
Looking for career advice or to network? Able to offer advice to fellow alumni? Join the alumni community for several short 1:1 chats.
Join us to honor those Enslaved by the university.
Continuing Studies Leadership Course
Modern Leadership: Reflections and Tools for the Values-Based Leader
Hear from Professor Claire Pamment as she considers badhai’s negotiations across restrictive social scripts, taking place within the changing landscape of transnational LGBTQIA+ movements and religious nationalism.
Alumni, parents, family, friends and book lovers are invited to join author Amanda Foody '16 for a reading and discussion of her most recent book, "Wilderlore."