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Together, Tribe Women's Gymnastics and William & Mary's chapter of Active Minds are teaming up to lead a movement on our campus -- we are empowering students to change the perception around mental health.
If you're interested in a future science career, come out to this workshop! There will be lunch, a keynote speaker, and a career panelist Q&A. Come one, come all - and be ready to learn a lot. Make sure to register at the website linked in this event!
Delta Omicron Music Fraternity is hosting a fall music festival! There will be games, food, and best of all, live music by your favorite W&M groups! You can purchase tickets (50 cents a piece) to play at the booths or just come to hear the music.
Join the Japanese Culture Association on Oct 1st, 4-7PM at Sadler, Chesapeake A&B for our Aki Matsuri (Fall Festival)! There will be traditional Japanese FOOD, performances, and Japanese games. And they are all FREE!!! Hope to see you there!
Join Japanese Culture Association on Oct 1st, 4-7PM at Sadler, Chesapeake A&B for our Aki Matsuri (Fall Festival)! There will be traditional japanese FOOD, performances and japanese games. And they are all FREE!!! Hope to see you there!
Learn how your major does not limit your career options, but equips you with perspectives that you'll take into the workplace. Presented by the Cohen Career Center.
We invite students to meet with professors and learn more about majoring in Latin, Greek, Classical Archaeology, or Classical Civilization at our open house.
We invite students to meet with professors and learn more about majoring or minoring in Geology at our open house.
Are you passionate about preserving and improving the environment? SCA offers exciting opportunities nationwide in parks, public lands, and urban green spaces for students to make improvements and learn conservation and sustainability practices.
An informational session for new faculty, focused on the COLL Curriculum.
The Reves Center provides W&M faculty and staff workshops that offer knowledge, skills, and resources for supporting W&M?s diverse international community.
Presented by Academic Advising
College of Visual and Performing
The University of North Carolina Greensboro
We invite students to meet with professors and learn more about majoring or minoring in Chemistry or minoring in Biochemistry at our open house.
We invite students to meet with professors and learn more about majoring or minoring in history at our open house.
We invite students to meet with professors and learn more about majoring or minoring in Computer Science at our open house.
Thinking about majoring in computer science? Discover the buzz about CS majors at William & Mary!
Joint lecture by Elizabeth Andrews, Professor of the Practice of Law, and Director, Virginia Coastal Policy Center at William & Mary Law School, and Peggy Sanner, Virginia Assistant Director and Senior Attorney of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
An informational session for new faculty, focused on the COLL Curriculum.
Efficient Decision-Making and Learning from Big Ranking Data by Lirong Xia, RPI
Learn more about the RPSS program, meet the faculty and other students, find out what RPSS courses will be offered in Spring 2017, and listen to stunning music by the Russian Music Ensemble! There will also be free pizza and drinks!
Lydia H. Liu is the Wun Tsun Tam Professor in the Humanities and the Director of the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society at Columbia University.
We invite students to meet with professors and learn more about minoring in Marine Science at our open house.
We invite students to meet with professors and learn more about majoring or minoring in English or minoring in Creative Writing at our open house.
We invite students to meet with professors and learn more about majoring or minoring in Gender, Sexuality & Women's Studies at our open house.
We invite students to meet with professors and learn more about majoring or minoring in Sociology at our open house.
Interested in Human Rights? This is THE perfect opportunity for you!
STUDY ABROAD IN LA PLATA, ARGENTINA.
* APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED: OCTOBER 16 *
Currently showing in our Andrews Gallery, One Off: Monotypes, Featuring work by Barbara Grossman, Frank Hobbs and Yvonne Petkus. The show is curated by Professor Brian Kreydatus.
We invite students to meet with professors and learn more about undergraduate Business programs at our open house.
DUE TO HURRICANE MATTHEW, SIR HILARY HAS HAD TO CANCEL HIS TRAVEL PLANS. THE REVES CENTER WILL MAKE AN ANNOUNCEMENT WHEN THE EVENT IS RESCHEDULED.
This program explores a couple of strategies that predict flourishing during times of transition. Presented by Kelly Crace, Associate Vice President for Health & Wellness.
We invite students to meet with professors and learn more about majoring or minoring in Environmental Science & Policy at our open house.
We invite students to meet with professors and learn more about majoring or minoring in Linguistics at our open house.
When we found out October 6th was National Noodle Day, we knew we had no choice but to pair some of our great W&M music performers of the evening with the delicacy in one perfect event: Oodles of Home Broodles.
Me and the mollusks: Adventures in the Offshore Onshore
Title: The curse of dimensionality in data analysis and some recent (hard-fought) battles against it?
Hongyi Wu, ODU
October 7th, 3pm; McGlothlin 020
Talk Title: "Intelligent Surveillance and Reconnaissance based on 3D Wireless Sensor Networks: Challenges and Findings"
Douglas Higinbotham, Jefferson Lab, Title of Talk: Proton Radius Puzzle
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business, with the support of the W&M Confucius Institute and the Reves Center for International Studies, presents a lecture by Ambassador James Keith '79, former US Ambassador to Malaysia.
An interdisciplinary public archaeology/history table. Come dig up some knowledge on Prince George Street!
Global Studies invites you to a lunch-time lecture: ?The Production of Precarity: Labor Hierarchies in the South Arabian Sea?s Oil Industry? by Prof. Andrea Wright
"Building the tree of life-why it matters"
Lecture by Dr. Brantley Gasaway (Bucknell Univ.): Does the 2016 election signal the end of the Religious Right?s political clout, the demise of ?the God gap? between Republicans & Democrats, and the waning of the culture wars over abortion/gay rights?
A visit with Steven Wise '72 (Chemistry)
Callan Bentley. Northern Virginia Community College
A virtual Grand Tour of key geological sites in Iceland, Northern Ireland, and Scotland
Hello all friends and alums! Please join us for our homecoming reception on October 14. We would love to see and catch up with all of you and hear what's new in your lives.
Come to the Rowe House on Friday, October 14th from 1-5 PM to learn more about WMCI and enjoy Chinese refreshments!
Jeffery Payne, Coveros, CEO, Founder
Lessons Learned from Starting Software Companies: How a W&M Grad Student became a Software Entrepreneur
Lecture and performance by E. Patrick Johnson, Carlos Montezuma Professor of African American Studies and Performance Studies at Northwestern University, with a companion presentation by the W&M Mattachine Project.
Life after W&M: Advice, Discussion and Perspective from Chemistry Alumni
Geospatial Analysis Talk by Dr. Marshall Burke, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Earth System Science Center Fellow, Center on Food Security and the Environment, Stanford University
All Philosophy Department alums are invited to our annual Open House for Homecoming weekend!
Vadim Shneyder will be delivering a lecture on "Russia's Capitalist Realism" on Friday, October 14, 2016 in Blow 331 at 3:30 pm
W&M alum Vadim Shneyder (Assistant Professor of Slavic Studies, UCLA) will deliver the annual Homecoming lecture this year on ?Russia?s Capitalist Realism.?
$10 general public/FREE for students with ID
This program features works by North and South American composers including Vincent Persichetti, Astor Piazzolla, and Arturo Marquez.
Music of Palestrina, Franck, Gjeilo, Iliya, Gibbs and Hall Johnson
Homecoming Goes Global!
We want to welcome back all of our Art & Art History Alumni this fall! Please join us for brunch on Saturday, October 15th between 10am and 12 noon in the Atrium of Andrews Hall.
We would love to see you, your family and friends!
Information about the Psychology Department's participation in the ISC Homecoming Open House.
Please join us for our annual brunch, which is cosponsored by International Relations, Economics, Public Policy, and Government. This year's brunch will be in Tyler Hall, our new home on the Sunken Garden.
PhysicsFest is Marking Waves: light waves, sound waves, seismic waves, gravitational waves! So wave goodbye to the misconception that physics is boring and hard!
All former members of the the W&M Women's Chorus, Botetourt Chamber Singers and Choir as well as their families and friends are invited to join current members of the choirs for light refreshments. Come visit with old friends and make new ones!
Come celebrate Homecoming with the Choir as they sing works from Germany, Estonia, South Africa and the American South in preparation for their tour with the Botetourts to South Africa in May 2017.
Information session for students to learn more about the W&M summer program in Cape Town, South Africa
Learn resume prep tips and tricks from Google representatives to help you prepare for your future technical career.
We will reschedule this in spring 2017.
Drop by and chat with two Googlers! Feel free to bring your resume and they'll provide resume reviews.
Learn about Google's hiring process, culture, job and internship opportunities, and more!
Watch two Googlers perform a mock interview! Learn about Google's interview process and how to prepare for your technical interviews.
Hult Prize @ W&M is having an information session for all students that are interested in competing in November-- we will be discussing the format of the competition, team forming, and this year's theme: Refugees-- Reawakening Human Potential.
Learn about the state of cloud computing and Amazon's role in this fast-growing field. Amazon will also be recruiting seniors for full-time positions.
Public Lecture by Dr. Jan Bardsley, Professor of Asian Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill, and author of Women and Democracy in Cold War Japan (Bloomsbury Academic, 2014)
Martha Cary Eppes, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Cracking up: New insights into mechanical weathering gained from field observations, instrumentation, numerical modeling and fracture mechanics
The Patrick Hayes Writers Series and the Creative Writing Program present Jace Clayton, author of Uproot: Travels in 21st-Century Music and Digital Culture (2016, Farrar, Straus, & Giroux).
Last day to withdraw from a course for Fall 2016
Public Policy on-campus Information session for prospective students
Asian & Pacific Islander American Studies (APIA) is proud to present its inaugural Banh Mi Lunch Lecture Series. Attendees will be served the Vietnamese sandwich, Banh Mi. For gluten and vegetarian options, please RSVP with [[fjtang]].
Title: Functional and imaging data in precision medicine: Towards optimal treatment selection
Kristine Nolin, University of Richmond presents
"Calcium Catalyzed Reactions of Donor-Acceptor Cyclopropanes"
Michael Huemer, Professor of Philosophy, University of Colorado-Boulder, will speak on "Devil's Advocates: On the Ethics of Unjust Advocacy." All interested are invited!
"Unraveling how the human microbiome impacts health and disease"
Applications for the Summer 2017 Bosnia Project are due!
Join us for the kickoff event for the 11th annual IREP Africa Weekend -- AFRO ZUMBA! We will have a 1 hour Zumba class, to Afrobeat and SOCA music. Get your workout and have a great time!
Please, join us for a screening of the film, Including Samuel, a documentary that features real life families and their experiences as they tackle issues of educational inclusion and disability rights.
Admission: FREE and for all ages
-Acoustic and Electronic Elements
-Solo and collective Improvisation
Moving Sound Pictures
Victor Haskins Skein
Spring schedule adjustment/registration for continuing students
Featured Speaker: Dr. Ben Reese: "Implicit Bias in the Academy: Meeting the Challenge"
Join us for a lecture by guest speaker and local activist Travis Harris and a sit lunch of Jamaican and West African food!
Celebrate Oktoberfest and chat with students and faculty in the German Section!
Join ACS and celebrate the African continent and diaspora in our 11th annual Cultural Showcase featuring amazing dance, song and poetry! Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door.
Are you, here, queer, and PROUD of it? Then please consider auditioning for Queer Night of Expression (QNOE)! More information on how/when to sign up for an audition can be found in our Facebook event.
By addressing the ?problems? of race, digital humanities is better situated to preserve the (digital) souls of black folk while being methodologically enriched by the process of grappling with them.
Game sound scholar Neil Lerner offers a fresh look at the history of video game music: What does the sound of a dying Pac-Man tell us about gaming, its history and its players?
The workshop is open to all faculty, librarians, graduate students, and interested undergraduates. Please RSVP to email@example.com in advance.
When: Tuesday, October 25, 5 pm
Where: Washington Hall 201
Why: To get more details about W&M's summer study abroad program, learn about availability of Scholarships, Meet the Program Director and Reves Staff with a Q & A Session.
Distinguished Speaker Talk, David Kaeli, Northeastern University
How Can GPUs Become First-Class Computing Devices?
A visit with Tamer Farag '99 (Biology)
Professor Joseph Wong of the University of Toronto will discuss various strategies to cultivate the next generation of global leaders, including multidisciplinary classrooms, challenge-based courses and meaningful global experiences.
The Reves Center sponsors a lecture on Japanese aesthetics and a traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony.
Joseph Wong is the Ralph and Roz Halbert Professor of Innovation at the Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto, and Canada Research Chair in Health, Democracy and Development.
Bruce Campbell, professor of German Studies, will uncover the most intriguing aspects of the under-appreciated, under-publicized genre of German pulp fiction on October 27th in the Commonwealth Auditorium.
Angela Fritz, Meteorologist for The Washington Post's "Capital Weather Gang"
Come hear meteorologist Angela Fritz discuss her work at The Washington Post to the GEOL 100 "Weather, Climate, and Change" class
The William & Mary Student Intellectual Property Society hosts its annual Intellectual Property Law Symposium on Friday, October 28th.
"The multiple ways that retinoic acid directs mammalian germ cell development"
Atsushi Fukuyama [Hosts: S. Sen and G. Vahala]
Department of Nuclear Engineering, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan,
Title of Talk:
?Plasma, Nuclear Fusion, and Integrated Modeling of Fusion Plasmas?
Admission: $3 students, $10 general admissionCamille Saint-Saens, Danse Macabre
Modest Mussorgsky, Khovantchina Overture
Modest Mussorgsky, Night on the Bald Mountain
Andr? Caplet, The Masque of Red Death
Joseph Holbrooke, The Raven, op.25