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Miss watching the Fresh Prince of Bel Air? The Proud Family? A Different World? Martin? No worries! Join us for a series of skits based on the popular '90s and '00s TV shows, with an African twist! Tickets will be $3 presale, $5 at the door.
Join us and our National Walk Sponsor Aerie for the Williamsburg, VA NEDA Walk at William & Mary!
Gleb V. Romanov, Final Oral Examination for the Ph.D. Degree
Title: Optical Control of Multi-Photon Coherent Interactions in Rubidium Atoms
Let your kids have fun at WMCI from April 3rd to April 6th while learning Chinese arts and culture over Spring Break. Space is limited to 8 students!
Human Security Law Center invites you to join us for former U.S. Ambassador to Belize, Vinai Thummalapally's talk on US Trade Policies: Where We've Been, Where We Are Going and How to Get Back On Track. Pizza will be served.
Ji Xue, Computer Science - Ph.D. Final Defense
Title: Workload Prediction for Efficient Performance Isolation and System Reliability
Advisor: Dr. Evgenia Smirni
This year?s Schmidt speaker is Marya Doerfel from Rutgers University, speaking on ?Social Networks, Disrupted: How Organizations and Communities Achieve Resilience in Volatile Conditions.? Wednesday, April 5th, 4:00pm in ISC1127.
Join Randy Tripp, Associate Dean of Admission and Director of Multicultural Recruitment, in preparation to host admitted William & Mary Scholars to inform them about WMSURE. Help us plan for the day and sign up to host! Please register here.
As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, The Haven will be hosting an open house. We invite you to stop by to see the resource center for yourself and meet the incredible student volunteers who staff it. Light refreshments will be served.
William & Mary Student Assembly and the business school's Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance presents, "Importance of Financial Literacy" by Carl Tack.
Rony Gustam Kalfarisi, Final Oral Examination for the Ph.D. Degree, Title: "Investigation of Local Structures in Cation-ordered Microwave Dielectric: A Solid-state NMR and First Principle Calculation Study."
A panel of professionals representing different sectors in public health will discuss their education and career paths, offer advice on gaining career experience and attending graduate school, and answer your questions.
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, Sharon Olds
Please visit the Andrews Common Area/Foyer and see the exhibition of art by students who are non majors within our department and W&M community.
A reception will be held on April 13, 4-6pm.
All are invited.
The James A. Bill Memorial Conference honors the Reves Center's Founding Director and brings renowned scholars and experts from the fields of international relations, diplomacy, journalism and history to share insights and perspective on the Middle East.
Title: Finite coverings: a journey through groups, loops, rings, and semigroups
Distinguished University Professor Peter Wipf of the University of Pittsburgh presents "Natural Product Chemistry from Total Synthesis to Therapeutics"
Join the PIPS undergraduate research fellows as they present innovative solutions to emerging international security challenges.
"Bird song, cognition, and the evolution of animal communication systems"
Dr. Michael Lubell, The City College of New York, Title of Talk: SCIENCE UNDER THE POPULIST GUN
Pre-concert lecture at 6pm
Over 3500 admitted students and families visit campus.
Please join the Japanese section for a trip to the National Cherry-Blossom Festival (Sakura Matsuri) in Washington, DC, on April 8th!
A regional conference organized by William & Mary, George Mason University and the George Washington University.
Join Law Cappella for their Spring Concert this Saturday, April 8th in Room 119 (law school). Admission is free!
Join SEAC's Environmental Justice and Take Back the Tap campaigns as they screen Troubled Water: Voices from Bath, a multimedia exploration of the personal and environmental issues of Dominion?s proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Bath County, VA.
Come join us for a shared experience and listen to the sweet sounds of Valley Maker brought to you by AMP! The show is free and will have student musicians as openers. This concert is being held to celebrate the life of Austen Dunn.
Come sing your favorite songs in English and Chinese with WMCI!
He has played all over the world, including inside Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center and for Pope Francis I. He will be accompanied by pianist David George during the near two-hour concert.
Admission: General Public $35, students $30
Music of Palestrina, Franck, DeLong, Ilias Iliya, Ticheli and Shawn Kirchner.
Dr. Jamie C. Bartlett, conductor.
Free and open to the public.
Adults $8.00. Students with ID, free.
?The Washington Home of the Philippine Suffrage Movement?
A lecture honoring the esteemed group of women Filipino suffragists and independence fighters
Monday, April 10
2:00 -3:00 PM
Andrews Hall, Room 101
*Free Banh Mi Sandwiches to First 30 Attendees!
Hans Goff '05 is the Department?s 2017 Baxter-Ward Fellow and he is presently the Director of Member Engagement and Political Strategy for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
The Reves Center presents historian and author Jeremy Black for a lecture entitled Rethinking the Holocaust.
Keynote Speaker: Fuseo Kato, Ph.D., M.D., (Jikei University, Tokyo, Japan). Title: "Synaptic plasticity in the nociceptive amygdala - What is the biological role of emotion in pain?"
Join the government-nonprofit Pro-Choice Virginia for a screening of the PBS Documentary "Trapped" for a viewing, pizza, and a short discussion of what we can do to get more involved.
How Does W&M?s Evaluation of Teaching Work?
Can We Make It Work Better?
Wednesday, April 12th, 11 am to 12:30 pm, Blow 201
Come smash scales (literally) on April 12th!
Lecture by visiting scholar Giovanni Capoccia, Professor of Comparative Politics in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford, where he is a Fellow of Corpus Christi College.
Eat at Chipotle on April 12th between 2:00pm and 9:00pm and 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Bosnia Project! Don't forget to tell the cashier you're supporting the Project!
Join our faculty panel: Professors Elizabeth Harbron, Jamie Settle, and Francis Tanglao-Aguas. Come get ideas on how to maximize your research relationship with your professors. Please register here.
Emiko Soltis, Executive Director of Freedom University, and several Freedom University students give the third of three campus COLL 300 presentations scheduled for Spring 2017.
Inclusion and the University: Conversations with Students from Freedom University
Join the PIPS undergraduate research fellows as they present innovative solutions to emerging international security challenges.
Faculty are invited to attend our second eLearning Lab where we will be taking a hands-on approach to explore and discuss digital tools that allow you to go "Beyond Blackboard: Expanding Your Web-Based Teaching, Strategies, and Tools".
Guest lecture by Burcu Bayram, who is currently doing cutting-edge work investigating how the public perceives foreign aid and is working on a policy-relevant project on how foreign aid projects are communicated to the public.
As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Student Assembly is bringing Annie E. Clark and Sofie Karasek, co-founders of advocacy group End Rape On Campus, to speak on their experience as advocates for survivors of sexual violence.
Discover Music Library services available to you! Instrument demonstrations, Q&A, and more!
W&M's inaugural Arts Open House is a chance for you and your family to discover the opportunities available in the fine and performing arts departments at William & Mary.
Title: Minimum Span Real Number Graph Labellings with Separation Conditions
Come out to the 5K Run for Refugees sponsored by Amnesty International Saturday, April 15th and help raise awareness and money for ShelterBox, an amazing organization that provides emergency shelter and relief to refugees!
Facebook: Run for Refugees 5K
The William & Mary Confucius Institute invites the greater Williamsburg community to explore ancient Chinese martial arts and health improvement techniques on World Taiji and Qigong Day.
The Department of Philosophy invites submissions for the Jerry Miller Essay Prize, given annually to a senior Philosophy major.
Professor Richman will present a lecture as a guest of the Center for the Study of Law and Markets titled ?Should We Subject Religion to Market Forces? Examining the Economics of Judaism.? Admission is free & all welcome.
Please join us for the AMES & APIA Capstone Conference Keynote Lecture: "Recasting Caste: Transnational Alliances and Affiliations in Dalit Activism" by Dr. Purvi Mehta Assistant Professor, Colorado College, History and Feminist & Gender Studies;
The Music and American Culture Series Presents: ?These Are They?: Mahalia Jackson and the Black Gospel Field, with Dr. Mark Burford, Assoc Prof, Reed College, co-sponsored by Religious Studies, American Studies, Africana Studies and the History Dept.
Undergraduate students present their research on modern Chinese literature and culture.
Col. (Ret.) Lawrence Wilkerson and Mr. Edward Snowden (via livestream) will discuss global surveillance, the role of intelligence in national security, and the intricate balance between privacy, security, the media and the protection of civil rights.
Edwidge Danticat, author of several novels and the memoir Brother, I?m Dying.
Thursday, April 20
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
SWEM | The Research Room (1st floor)
Featuring the research of Sharpe Community Scholars and other engaged research presentations!
This presentation focuses on how the Mexican contemporary cabaret group, Las Reinas Chulas, uses performative means to critique definitions of mexicanidad (or, Mexicanness) proliferated by Mexico?s Golden Age Cinema (1930-1960) and its on-screen idols.
Join HOPE and the William & Mary community at Take Back the Night, a night that is dedicated to the support and healing of survivors of sexual assault. The event will feature personal testimonies, poetry, and a candlelight vigil.
Come out to see Salsa Club's Annual Salsa Showcase! Club members will be performing self-choregraphed bachata, merengue, cha cha, and salsa routines. FREE Admission! Bring your friends for a nice evening of Latin dancing.
Join other members of W&M's faculty and staff as we support students and ourselves on this important evening focused on supporting survivors and preventing future sexual assaults from occurring. This is a two-part event (see within).
The Gallery Players, W&M's conductor-less chamber ensemble, will be presenting concerts including Dvorak Serenade for Strings, Mozart Divertimento in D Major, and Piazzolla's Primavera Porte?a.
Admission is free.
Join the William & Mary Policy Review for its third annual Spring Symposium on April 21st, from 11am-1:00pm in Miller Hall, 1078 UG Cluster.
Marginality by Design: An Asian American Perspective
by Dr. Chinua Akimaro Thelwell
Addressing social marginalization in Asian American Studies
DATE | Friday, April 21
TIME | 12 -1 PM
LOCATION | Morton 314
*Free Banh Mi Sandwiches to First 30 Attendees
Title: A Single Index Model for Censored Quantile Regression
The American higher education system may reinforce income inequality instead of social mobility. The conference explores how we might change this outcome.
Title: Saving Babies Using Big Data
Adviser: John Delos
"The Grand Saga of the Monarch Butterfly"
Dr. Vahagn Nazaryan, Hampton University Proton
Therapy Institute, Title of Talk: Brief introduction
to proton therapy technology, its advances and Hampton University Proton
All philosophy majors and minors (and friends) are invited to our Spring BBQ and student-faculty volleyball game! Food and drinks are provided. Join us by the James Blair statue outside of James Blair Hall.
Admission: Free and open to the public
Come see the Geology seniors present the culmination of their year-long research projects! The first talk kicks off at 9AM, and a reception in the new rock garden will follow the final talk.
Title: : Involutions and real representations in the finite orthogonal groups
Adviser: Ryan Vinroot
Title: Completion of TP and TN Border Patterns
Advisor: Charles Johnson
COLL150 / INTR150 Freshman Symposium on the global dimensions of human development and the application of data science methods
Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high ability to study for a graduate degree in any field of study in the United Kingdom. This session is open to anyone interested in learning more about this opportunity.
Open auditions for Fall 2017's production of Our Lady of Kibeho, a story based on true events of an all-girl's Catholic school in Rwanda before the genocide; written by Katori Hall and directed by Professor Claire Pamment.
Fellowship Workshop for graduate students in American Studies, History, and Anthropology. Get advice and ask questions about writing proposals for grants and fellowships. Panelists include faculty from all three departments.
Celebrate the end of the semester and the launch of The Indispensable Guide to Undergraduate Research: Success in and Beyond College! We'll have great fun and great treats! Please register here.
Please join the Class of 2017 as we learn valuable information on financial literacy before graduation in a few short weeks. Professor James Haltiner will discuss the topic of, "investment".
RSVP link and full description below.
Understanding the beginning of the universe according to science and religion.
This event is brought to you by the AVF Forum and the William & Mary Public Policy Program
Title: Center Manifold Theory and Computation Using a Forward Backward Approach
Adviser: Yu-Min Chung
Title: Mathematical Programming Approaches to Influence Maximization Problems on Social Networks
$10 general admission/FREE for students with ID
William & Mary Choir, Botetourts and Women's Chorus
General Admission $10; Students with ID $3
PBK Box Office 757 221-2674
Admission: FREE for Students, children under 18, veterans, $10 general admission
Baltimore-based chamber group Mind on Fire presents premiere performances of new music by William & Mary faculty and students.