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Please join CLA Fellows, John Lombardini (Government, Classical Studies) and Kristin Wustholz (Chemistry) in a COLL 400 "Speed Dating" Brownbag
Assistant Professor of Counselor Education Daniel Gutierrez will present his research on the intersection of spirituality and counseling.
Nazia Kazi is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Stockton University who will deliver a lecture titled Troubling Islamophobia: The Politics of Naming and the Rise of Islamophobia Studies
Information Session on Italian Studies.
Come meet the Italian Studies faculty, learn about new Spring courses, the Italian minor, and study abroad opportunities.
Enjoy some pizza with faculty and fellow students
Are you interested in taking the LSAT? If so, the Minority Prelaw Association and TestMasters are teaming up for an information session on November 2nd from 6:00pm - 7:30pm.
Winter is coming and what better way to deal with the cold than cozying up in Lodge 1 with some hot coffee, munchkin donuts, and amazing live music!!!! You can enjoy all of this on Thursday, November 2nd from 8pm to 11pm!
A talk by Dr. Samhita Sunya, Assistant Professor of Middle Eastern & South Asian Languages & Cultures at the University of Virginia. A discussion on three War on Terror comedies ("terror comedies") from the Global South.
Join the department as faculty discuss requirements, advice, and their own experiences with graduate school
Title: Chaos in ecology: An examination of nonlinear population dynamics in diffusive and advective dispersal environments
This baritone and pianist present a program of songs by Wolf, Faur?, and Ives along with folk song arrangements by Beethoven. The program concludes with various American parlor and cabaret favorites.
Investigating the Past with 3D Scanning, Visualization, and Analysis
Department of Computer Science
Filipe De Brigard, Assistant Professor at Duke University, will deliver a philosophy presentation. Title: TBA. All interested are invited; students are especially welcome!
All are welcome to join us for coffee and tea at 3:45pm outside of Andrews 101 before the presentation begins at 4pm. Hope to see you there!
Wesley Gohn, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, Title of Talk: Breaking the Standard Model with Precision
Come and beat on drums with us! Relieve some tension.
Valerie Marie Gray , Final Oral Examination for the Ph.D., Title: "Determination of the Kinematics of the Qweak Experiment and Investigation of an Atomic Hydrogen M?ller Polarimeter ."
Talk to program directors, students, and Global Education Staff about spending your summer abroad!
We are excited to host three distinguished William & Mary professors to talk about the impact of social-political polarization on constitutional law and policy. Each of our speakers will address the issue from a unique perspective.
Diana Villarreal ?13, the Volunteer and Community Engagement Manager at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Richmond, is coming to give tips on entering nonprofit careers, and more! RSVP on Tribe Careers under ?Workshops.?
Professor Zhang?s lecture will introduce knowledge of Chinese language including its evolution of the language, dialectal variations, language neighbors, syntax of the modern standard colloquial language, and historical and philological aspects.
Archaeological Institute of America Stone Lecture presents "The Great Buffalo Jumps" by Mr. Jack W. Brink, Curator of Archaeology, Royal Alberta Museum. All are invited to attend this lecture.
A signed License and Embargo Form must be turned into the OGSR no later than 4:00pm Friday, November 10, 2017 for all A&S Graduate Students who will graduate in JAN 2018. Failure to complete this form by the required deadline will delay your graduation.
Title: Spatial Analysis with Applications to Real Estate Market Prediction
Title: Modeling infectious diseases: global dynamics for disease endemicity and elimination
Timothy Cross, Ph.D.
Professor of Chemistry
Director of the NMR Program
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
Timothy Cross of Florida State University - National High Magnetic Field Laboratory presents
?Expertise in protein channels and structural determination methods?
Coffee and cookies before the seminar.
All are welcome to join us for coffee and tea at 3:45pm outside of Small 110 before the presentation begins at 4pm. Hope to see you there!
Mikhail Katsnelson, Radboud University, Title of Talk: Does God play dice?
Please join us on Friday, November 10th, in the Reves Center's Reves Room from 4:00-6:00 pm for a book talk on Water Tossing Boulders: How a Family of Chinese Immigrants Led the First Fight to Desegregate Schools, led by Author Adrienne Berard.
The Haven has partnered with Tribe Adventure Programs (TAP) at the Rec Center to offer a therapeutic recreation trip specifically for sexual assault survivors.
The Center for the Study of Law and Markets is hosting guest speaker Sheldon Gilbert. His talk is titled "The Constitutional Law of Economic Liberty, as Told Exclusively Through Cows." Admission is free and all are welcome.
Matthew Creed Burton, Final Oral Examination for the Ph.D., Title: "Superconducting Thin Films for the Enhancement of Superconducting Radio Frequency Accelerator Cavities ."
A public lecture by Professor Gregg Brazinsky (George Washington University) on "Winning the Third World: Sino-American Rivalry during the Cold War."
Christopher Robert Flint, Final Oral Examination for the Ph.D., Title: "Computational Methods of Lattice Boltzmann MHD ."
Interested in helping students with their writing and communication skills? Apply to work as a paid writing center consultant!
Re-enrollment following a full medical withdrawal is contingent upon a medical clearance procedure.
Deputy Attorney General Stephen Cobb will be joining the American Constitution Society to talk about important issues concerning federalism in the past, present, and future. Panera will be served!
Walk with us to promote physical activity on campus!
Are you considering a gap year? Learn about Project Horseshoe Farm.
Join us in DC to learn about W&M?s Master of Public Policy Program!
Mingle with faculty & alumni and learn how our program?s access to experts, generous financial assistance, and real-world curriculum can help you reach your goals.
The Minority Prelaw Association and TestMasters are teaming up for a LSAT Logic Games information session on November 15th from 6:00pm - 7:30pm.
Feeling run-down, stressed, tired? Take some time to learn how best to take care of yourself! Come learn about self-care with Active Minds, with a presentation from a member of our Counseling Center.
Armen Oganesov , Final Oral Examination for the Ph.D., Title: "Modeling the Gross-Pitaevskii Equation Using the Quantum Lattice Gas Method ."
Please join the American Constitution Society as it hosts Judge John Charles Thomas to talk about racial disparity on state and federal benches.
Meetup with alumnus Alexa H. '10, an intelligence official. Drop by to have Alexa review your resume and give advice on the industry. No sign-up required, drop by the Cohen atrium.
Shuai Hao, Computer Science - Ph.D. Dissertation Defense
Title: On the Impact of Internet Naming Evolution: Deployment, Performance, and Security Implications
Advisor: Dr. Haining Wang
Interested in intelligence and counterterrorism careers? Alexa will be speaking about how she entered the field and provide tips for students who wish to follow suit. RSVP on Tribe Careers under "Workshops."
A research paper work session to help you find quality sources and use them effectively.
Dr. Michael Wert, Marquette University, presents on the popularity of swordsmanship in Japan's early modern era, when it became a way to act out fantasies of the ideal warrior in a time of peace, on the eve of Meiji Revolution.
In the second talk of the School of Education's 2017-2018 Diversity Lecture Series, Cirecie West-Olatunji will present "Revisiting the Promise of Multiculturalism in Education."
The American Indian Student Association is hosting a FREE Native American Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, November 16 at 6:30 PM! Join us in McGlothlin-Street Hall Room 20 for free indigenous foods and a free movie screening of Disney's Pocahontas!
The Center for Student Diversity Presents a Latin Grammy Awards Viewing Party. This event will take place on Thursday, November 16th at the Campus Center 159 starting at 7:45pm. Snacks will be provided! Everyone is welcomed. We hope to see you there.
The W&M Gallery Players, a conductor-less chamber orchestra of 14 musicians, will be performing a Candlelight Concert at Bruton Parish Church. Admission is Free.
Hear Professor Jennifer Mellor discuss Health Economics, the Schroeder Center for Health Policy, and recent research on Medicare & Medicaid.
Join the Geology department as senior Jason Nykorczuk presents the latest results of his senior research.
Qing Yang, Computer Science - Ph.D. Dissertation Defense
Title: Exploiting Power for Smartphone Security and Privacy
Advisor: Dr. Gang Zhou
Title: Fractional Separation Dimension
Join Wolf Trap Center for the Performing Arts to learn about the internship and apprentice opportunities. This virtual session will take place at the Cohen Career Center in the presentation room.
Leigh Speight of Green Biologics presents
"More than just Ethanol - Fermentation Technology Innovations"
Coffee and cookies before the seminar.
Seyed Amir Iranmanesh's Ph.D. Dissertation Defense
Title: Security Enhancements on Voice over IP Networks
Advisor: Dr. Haining Wan
All are welcome to join us for coffee and tea at 3:45pm outside of Morton 20 before the presentation begins at 4pm. Hope to see you there!
Audition for Rapbrew! Sign up for a 15 minute audition slot here:
In Prof. Conlee's latest novel of Arthurian England, two young men arrive in Uther Pendragon's shining city hoping to discover their true destiny. Joining Prof. Conlee is local poet, Sally Stiles, signing The Haiku Guide to Williamsburg and other titles.
Learn about research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students in biomedical sciences and neuroscience at Virginia Tech.
Lift your spirits, open your mind, and raise awareness, as we watch this humbling documentary about the AIDS Memorial Quilt with heart-warming vocals by Bobby McFerrin and a brief discussion to follow. [Note: some professors may offer extra credit]
Adithia Kusno, Final Oral Examination for the Ph.D., Title: "Pion Form Factor at High Momentum Transfer on Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics."
Join us as Dr. Emily Brodsky from UC Santa Cruz presents a special lecture sponsored by the Ocean Discovery Lecture Series: "The JFAST Expedition: Getting Inside a Giant Fault"
Learn to eroticize safe sex. Whether you're sexually active or abstinent, get answers to your questions in this sex-positive, trauma-informed space for undergraduates and graduates.
Celebrating the work of this year's recipients of the Catron Scholarship for Artistic Development.
Brief presentations by each of the Scholars will be followed by a reception.
Join the Writing Resources Center for a workshop designed to help you write engaging introductions and satisfying conclusions.
Join us to learn about our summer 2018 study abroad program to India.
Called the funniest farce ever written, Noises Off presents a manic menagerie as a cast of itinerant actors rehearse a flop called "Nothing's On". Doors slamming, intrigue, and an errant herring all figure into this hilarious and classically comic play.
This is open for all majors and class years!
Relaxation Sessions start the week of September 18th! Limited space available.
Don't miss out on planning time to relax!
Gentle yoga while staying mindful and in the present moment!
A series of six panels throughout the academic year where seniors can share their experiences, lessons learned, and advice on various career topics with freshmen and sophomores.
Through education and outreach we hope to raise awareness about what human trafficking is and the role it plays in our society. We also strive to make positive change in the wider Williamsburg community through active service. Tuesdays, 7-8 pm, Blair 201
Join WMCI this fall for many new, fun, and educational courses!