Tribe Studies Assignments
Monday, January 5 - Thursday, January 15
Location not specified
Series of assignments on Blackboard to help new students to become acquainted with Blackboard and degree requirements.
    Peer Advisor Recruitment for 2015-2016
    Thursday, January 8 - Friday, February 20
    Swem Library, Room 145C
    Recruitment drive for peer advisors for 2015-2016
      Constitutional Conversations
      Thursday, January 15
      6:30pm
      515 Scotland Street, Williamsburg VA, 23188
      Constitutional Conversations explores the history of the constitution at the Williamsburg library.
        Transfer student orientation
        Friday, January 16 - Tuesday, January 20
        Location not specified
          From Lemon to MLK and Beyond: The Journey of Understand W&M's History with Race
          Sunday, January 18
          10am
          Wren Building
          On Sunday, January 18th, join Branch Out Regional and the Lemon Project Directors for a chance to uncover William and Mary's true relationship with racism, slavery, and Jim Crow.
            Jazz Combo Performance
            Sunday, January 18
            2pm - 5pm
            Winter Blues Tent, Duke of Gloucester Street
            The William & Mary Jazz Combo, comprised of William & Mary students under the direction of faculty member Harris Simon, will perform at the Winter Blues Jazzfest.
              Add/Drop period begins at 3 p.m.
              Tuesday, January 20
              All day
              Location not specified
                First Day of Classes
                Wednesday, January 21
                All day
                McGlothlin-Street Hall
                Spring Semester classes begin. Welcome back!
                  Spring classes begin
                  Wednesday, January 21
                  All day
                  Location not specified
                    W&M Global Film Festival presents "Walkabout"
                    Wednesday, January 21
                    6:30pm - 8:45pm
                    Tucker Hall, Room 120
                    The W&M Global Film Festival's Wednesday pre-festival lineup begins with the 1971 Australia-UK co-produced classic {{http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067959/,Walkabout}}. Free entry, no reservation required.
                      An Afternoon with Attorney Angela Ciccolo
                      Thursday, January 22
                      12:50pm - 1:50pm
                      Law School, Room 127
                      Angela Ciccolo, Chief Legal Officer and Secretary for Special Olympics, Inc. and former General Counsel for the NAACP, will be speaking at the law school, room 127, on January 22 at 12:50 pm.
                        Magna Carta & Its Importance to Our Legal Tradition
                        Thursday, January 22
                        3:30pm - 4:45pm
                        Law School, Law School Room 127
                        On Thursday, January 22, at 3:30 pm, our Law School is hosting a special 75 minute program in Room 127 on Magna Carta and its importance to our legal tradition. This event is free and open to the public. All are welcome.
                          Movie night - French House
                          Thursday, January 22
                          7:30pm
                          Giles Hall (Randolph Complex), French House - 3rd floor - Living room
                          Movie night at the French House: Let's watch The Intouchables (Intouchables).
                            The Big Lebowski - Mug Night at the Kimball Theatre, presented by the W&M Global Film Festival
                            Thursday, January 22
                            9:30pm - 11:30pm
                            Kimball Theatre
                            The W&M Global Film Festival is putting on a special screening of "The Big Lebowski" for its first weekly Mug Night at the Kimball Theatre. Tickets are $3. Drink Special: 22 oz of local Alewerks Brewing Company beer for only $3.
                              Applications Due for Non-DAC/OCDA Team Internship
                              Friday, January 23
                              All day
                              Apply Online
                              The non-DAC/ODCA team at AidData is looking to hire two interns for the Spring 2015 semester. Our team engages in the collection, publication, and analysis of data on the foreign aid of non-traditional donors (such as Brazil, Colombia, India.
                                Geology Department Meeting
                                Friday, January 23
                                12pm
                                McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 219
                                Gather 'round with faculty, staff, and students as exciting news and events for this Spring Semester are revealed.
                                  Computer Science Colloquium
                                  Friday, January 23
                                  3pm
                                  McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 020
                                  Carol Woody, a senior member of the technical staff at the Software Engineering Institute, will give a talk with the title of Software Security: Today's Primary Software Challenge.
                                    Philosophy Colloquium for Students: Prof. Henry Southgate, "Eternal Truths and Theodicy"
                                    Friday, January 23
                                    3:30pm
                                    James Blair Hall, Room 229
                                    All students are invited to this special presentation! Professor Southgate teaches at the University of Wisconsin.
                                      Physics Colloquium
                                      Friday, January 23
                                      4pm - 5pm
                                      Small Hall, Room 111
                                      Dr. Bharat Ratra (Kansas State University), Title of Talk: The "Standard" Model of Cosmology ... and Open Questions
                                        Bending the Arc: Moving Racial Justice Forward
                                        Saturday, January 24
                                        10am - 3:30pm
                                        Sadler Center, Multiple rooms
                                        A one-day student summit hosted by the Center for Student Diversity exploring ways to move from this catalytic moment in the struggle for racial justice to a movement that can achieve lasting change. Students: register by Jan 22 to ensure a seat & a lunch
                                          W&M Dhamaal Bhangra Tryouts!
                                          Sunday, January 25 - Thursday, January 29
                                          8pm - 11pm
                                          Sadler Center, Chesapeake A&B
                                          Learn and perform Bhangra with W&M Dhamaal, the College's competitive Bhangra team! Auditions consist of a choreography session at 8pm Sun 1/25 and 9pm Tue 1/27, followed by tryouts on Thu 1/29. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY, jut a desire to learn!
                                            Russian Tea_Advanced Conversation Practice
                                            Monday, January 26
                                            4pm
                                            Pleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), Pleasants Hall, 3rd floor
                                              Domestic Violence and Its Impact on Victims
                                              Monday, January 26
                                              4pm - 6pm
                                              Law School, Room 124
                                              Join Juanita Graham, M.Ed., Director of Outreach Services for Avalon, a shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, who will talk about the significant and damaging effects suffered by victims. Sponsored by the Clinical Program.
                                                "Philosophy and Happiness" (Philosophy Colloquium for Students), by Professor Ulrika Carlsson
                                                Monday, January 26
                                                5pm
                                                James Blair Hall, Room 223
                                                Prof. Ulrika Carlsson (Ph.D., Yale) will speak on "Philosophy and Happiness," a discussion of Schopenhauer and the relation between philosophy, reflection and well-being. All students are invited!
                                                  Ceramic Exhibition, Andrews Gallery
                                                  Tuesday, January 27 - Thursday, February 19
                                                  Andrews Hall, Gallery
                                                  Recent ceramic art works by Matt Repsher, Gwendolyn Yoppolo and Simon Levin
                                                    Road to Richmond
                                                    Tuesday, January 27
                                                    12pm - 8pm
                                                    General Assembly Building, Richmond
                                                    Every year the College of William & Mary and the Student Assembly sponsor a trip to Richmond in which students are able to meet and lobby Virginia state representatives. Please sign up to be a part of the day on this GoogleDoc: https://forms.wm.edu/185
                                                      Language Immersion Opportunities on Campus & Abroad
                                                      Tuesday, January 27
                                                      6pm
                                                      Tazewell Hall (Randolph Complex), First Floor Lounge
                                                      Are you looking to improve your language skills? Join the MLL Language Houses and the Global Education Office to learn more about study abroad and on-campus residential programs.
                                                        Info Session for Antigua Summer Program
                                                        Tuesday, January 27
                                                        6pm - 7pm
                                                        Adair Hall, Room 204
                                                        Learn more about the faculty-led W&M 2015 Summer Study Abroad Program in Antigua!
                                                          Language Immersion Opportunities on Campus & Abroad
                                                          Tuesday, January 27
                                                          6pm - 7pm
                                                          Tazewell Hall (Randolph Complex), First Floor Lounge
                                                          Are you looking to improve your language skills? Join the MLL Language Houses and the Global Education Office to learn more about study abroad and on-campus residential programs.
                                                            Join Us: Conversation with Consumer Advocate Joan Claybrook
                                                            Tuesday, January 27
                                                            6pm - 8pm
                                                            Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201
                                                            Join the W&M in Washington program for a "Conversation with Joan Claybrook," a consumer advocate and former head of Public Citizen and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
                                                              Ferguson-Blair Publishing Institute Scholarship Application - Deadline: Tuesday, 3/17/15
                                                              Wednesday, January 28 - Tuesday, March 17
                                                              Cohen Career Center, Room 111
                                                              The William Cross Ferguson and Harry L. Blair Scholarship in Publishing is an annual scholarship which is awarded to a graduating senior or recent graduate of the College of William & Mary.
                                                                Mathematics Colloquium and EXTREEMS-QED Lecture: Lucas Mentch (Cornell University)
                                                                Wednesday, January 28
                                                                2pm - 3pm
                                                                Small Hall, Room 235
                                                                Title: Ensemble Trees and CLTs: Statistical Inference in Machine Learning
                                                                  Pursuing Honors in Philosophy (Student Information Session), led by Professor Timothy Costelloe
                                                                  Wednesday, January 28
                                                                  4pm
                                                                  James Blair Hall, Philosophy Library
                                                                  Professor Timothy Costelloe will talk about procedures and deadlines for pursuing Honors and writing an Honors thesis in Philosophy. All students welcome.
                                                                    Russian Tea_Intermediate Conversation Practice
                                                                    Wednesday, January 28
                                                                    5pm
                                                                    Pleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), lounge, 3rd floor
                                                                      Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration Program
                                                                      Wednesday, January 28
                                                                      6:30pm - 8pm
                                                                      Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
                                                                      This year's keynote speaker will be Dr. Marc Lamont Hill.
                                                                        W&M Global Film Festival presents "The Pruitt-Igoe Myth"
                                                                        Wednesday, January 28
                                                                        6:30pm - 8:30pm
                                                                        Tucker Hall, Room 120
                                                                        The W&M Global Film Festival's Wednesday pre-festival lineup continues with the 2012 American documentary {{http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1788461/,The Pruitt-Igoe Myth}}. Free entry, no reservation required.
                                                                          Applications Open for Summer Health Policy Research Fellowships
                                                                          Thursday, January 29 - Wednesday, March 18
                                                                          12:01am - 12pm
                                                                          Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 141
                                                                          The Schroeder Center for Health Policy is currently accepting applications for a new summer research fellowship program focused on health policy and health services research. Applications are due March 18, 2015 at 12:00 p.m.
                                                                            PHYSICS SEMINAR
                                                                            Thursday, January 29
                                                                            3:30pm
                                                                            Small Hall, Room 122
                                                                            David Wilson (Old Dominion University) Title: Resonances in coupled channel scattering from lattice QCD
                                                                              Prof. Katherine Brown, French & Francophone Studies, Saintly Mobility in Old French Hagiography
                                                                              Thursday, January 29
                                                                              3:30pm - 5pm
                                                                              Washington Hall, Room 315
                                                                              The Department of Modern Languages & Literatures announces the first Bellini Colloquium of 2015, presented by Professor Katherine Brown: "The Spirit Moves: Saintly Mobility in Old French Hagiography."
                                                                                What Can You Do with a History Degree Besides Teach?
                                                                                Thursday, January 29
                                                                                4:30pm - 5:30pm
                                                                                Cohen Career Center, Presentation Rooms A&B
                                                                                Are you thinking about majoring in History? Are you already a History major? Come talk to W&M History alumni about what kind of work they do and why it is satisfying to them.
                                                                                  J-House Culture Night "Hyakunin Isshu"
                                                                                  Thursday, January 29
                                                                                  5pm - 6pm
                                                                                  Preston Hall (Randolph Complex), Japanese House Lounge
                                                                                  Hyakunin Isshu is a Japanese traditional card game. In this event, we will have a special guest, Mrs. Miwa Takeda.She will explain to us the history of Hyakunin Isshu, and we will also play one of the Hyakunin Isshu games which is easy to play.
                                                                                    Syndicate Hip Hop Dance Team Spring Tryouts
                                                                                    Thursday, January 29
                                                                                    6pm - 8pm
                                                                                    Unity Hall
                                                                                    Come audition for W&M's student choreographed hip hop dance team! We will teach you a short 30-second combination to perform in small groups at the end. Prepared solos are welcome but not required. There are two audition sessions: 6-7 or 7-8.
                                                                                      W&M in Washington Information Session
                                                                                      Thursday, January 29
                                                                                      6:30pm
                                                                                      Sadler Center, James Room
                                                                                      Join us for the W&M in Washington Fall 2015 Information Session to find out more about the semester program and the Fall 2015 theme!
                                                                                        Animal House - Mug Night at the Kimball Theatre, presented by the W&M Global Film Festival
                                                                                        Thursday, January 29
                                                                                        8:45pm - 10:45pm
                                                                                        Kimball Theatre
                                                                                        The W&M Global Film Festival is putting on a special screening of "National Lampoon's Animal House" for its second weekly Mug Night at the Kimball Theatre. Tickets are $3. Drink Special: 22 oz of local Alewerks Brewing Company beer for only $3.
                                                                                          Last day to add/drop
                                                                                          Friday, January 30
                                                                                          All day
                                                                                          Location not specified
                                                                                            NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN UNDERGRADUATE MENTORING.
                                                                                            Friday, January 30
                                                                                            All day
                                                                                            Stetson House
                                                                                            These annual awards for A&S graduate students are in recognition of outstanding undergraduate mentoring in scholarship and research outside of classroom teaching. Awards are $250 each.
                                                                                              Geology Brown Bag
                                                                                              Friday, January 30
                                                                                              12pm
                                                                                              McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 230
                                                                                              Geology Senior Brady Coleman presents, "A (Denitrifying) Bedtime Story: Stifling Eutrophication with Woodchips and Biochar"
                                                                                                2015 Spring Career & Internship Fair
                                                                                                Friday, January 30
                                                                                                12pm - 4pm
                                                                                                Sadler Center, Third Floor: Chesapeake and Tidewater rooms
                                                                                                This event is open to all students of all majors and class years! No RSVP necessary.
                                                                                                  Creating Your Academic Plan Workshop
                                                                                                  Friday, January 30
                                                                                                  1pm - 2pm
                                                                                                  Swem Library, Swem Library Learning Center
                                                                                                  The Office of Academic Advising will provide tools and practice on creating an academic plan.
                                                                                                    Mathematics Colloquium and EXTREEMS-QED Lecture: Irem Sengul (North Carolina State University)
                                                                                                    Friday, January 30
                                                                                                    2pm - 3pm
                                                                                                    Jones Hall, Room 301
                                                                                                    Title: Modeling for the Equitable and Effective Food Distribution under Stochastic Capacities
                                                                                                      "Fatalism, Freedom, and the Future" (Philosophy Colloquium for Students), Prof. Aaron Griffith
                                                                                                      Friday, January 30
                                                                                                      3:30pm
                                                                                                      James Blair Hall, Room 229
                                                                                                      Professor Griffith (Ph.D., UC-Irvine) teaches at Central Michigan University. He will be giving a presentation and leading discussion on "Fatalism, Freedom, and the Future," for all interested students!
                                                                                                        Should You Go to Graduate School?
                                                                                                        Friday, January 30
                                                                                                        3:30pm
                                                                                                        Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 37
                                                                                                        Are you considering getting a Ph.D. in Political Science, IR, Econ, or Public Policy? David Leblang (UVA) and Bill Bernhard (Illinois) will be in town to speak to you about how and whether to apply to graduate school.
                                                                                                          Spring Seminar: Jonathan Sheerer (W&M-Chemistry Dept)
                                                                                                          Friday, January 30
                                                                                                          4pm
                                                                                                          Tucker Hall, 127A
                                                                                                          "Polycyclic alkaloid natural products of fungal origin"
                                                                                                            Physics Colloquium
                                                                                                            Friday, January 30
                                                                                                            4pm - 5pm
                                                                                                            Small Hall, Room 110
                                                                                                            Prof. Christine Aidala, University of Michigan Title of Talk: Spin-Momentum Correlations, Aharonov-Bohm, and Color Entanglement in Quantum Chromodynamics
                                                                                                              Chinese House Movie Night - Personal Tailor
                                                                                                              Friday, January 30
                                                                                                              8pm - 10pm
                                                                                                              Preston Hall (Randolph Complex), Chinese House
                                                                                                                Withdrawal period begins
                                                                                                                Saturday, January 31
                                                                                                                All day
                                                                                                                Location not specified
                                                                                                                  J-House Movie Night "The Last Samurai"
                                                                                                                  Saturday, January 31
                                                                                                                  8pm
                                                                                                                  Preston Hall (Randolph Complex), Japanese House Lounge
                                                                                                                  We will watch the movie "The Last Samurai". You don't need to sign-up for Movie Night. You can enter or exit anytime during the show. We will have a discussion about the movie and the samurai spirit after the movie. Please join us if you are interested!
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