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Faculty who are teaching a COLL 100 or COLL 150 course in the spring semester are invited to attend the COLL 100/150 Resource Open House on Thursday, January 11.
The Department of State is hosting us from 10-12pm on Friday January 12th for a tour, information session, and Q&A with the Recruitment Office. The Office for Victims of Crime at the DOJ will host us from 1:30-2:30pm. More info.
Join us for a chance to participate in the legislative process (plus free food)! Please RSVP.
The Schroeder Center for Health Policy is currently accepting applications for its annual summer fellowship program focused on health policy and health services research. Applications are due Thursday, March 15, 2018 at noon (12:00 p.m.).
First day of Spring semester classes
Join us to discuss the upcoming semester in the Geology department! All majors and students thinking about becoming majors are invited to attend this brief meeting.
MMRP is a series of monologues to raise awareness and start the discussion around violence against women, as well as raise money for Avalon. Everyone is encouraged to audition: all genders, years in school, and all experience levels are welcome!
Interested in living in the Africana House next year? To learn more and to apply check out this link! http://bit.ly/2Bfyo0t All applications are due by February 2 at 5pm!
Learn about the summer program to Galway, Ireland. Applications are due February 1!
Shanhe Yi, Computer Science - Dissertation proposal
Title: Enhancing Usability, Security, and Performance in Mobile Computing
Advisor: Qun Li
In this workshop we will talk about applying for internal and external summer research grants, internships, scholarships, and fellowships by providing the necessary tools for your applications.
Information session for Philosophy students planning to write an Honors thesis.
A workshop for graduate students in the sciences.
Please join us for the next Andrews Gallery Exhibition, "Sojourn", the work of Visiting Professor of Ceramics, Mike Stumbras.
Three notable scholars discuss Europe's constitutional crossroads in a program co-sponsored by the Center for Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding and the European University Institute. Free admission & everyone is welcome to attend.
Since WWII, the U.S. has relied on training and equipping foreign militaries to stabilize fragile states. Dr. Mara Karlin, a scholar-policymaker, examines when, why, and under what circumstances the United States can be more successful in doing so.
Dr. Johnnetta B. Cole will keynote the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Commemoration Program, lecturing on, "Barriers are Meant to be Broken." This year's remembrance is part of the 50th Anniversary Celebration of African Americans in Residence at W&M.
Come out to our first Homebrew of the semester! See some of our amazing past performers, grab a snack, and hang out. Good times all around are to be had.
Jianhua Sun, Computer Science - Ph.D. Oral Proposal
Title: On the Construction of Moving Target Defense and Cyber Deception System
Advisor: Prof. Kun Sun
Information session for 2018 EXTREEMS-QED summer research program
Kevin Cox, JILA, University of Colorado at Boulder, Army Research Lab, Title of Talk: Is Entanglement Useful?
The German House proudly presents a screening of Deutschland 83, in German with English subtitles.
Audition for a homebrew this semester!
We will talk about why ethics is a crucial part of the research process, and we will share information on how to best prepare your human subjects forms for your research projects.
Interested in studying in DC? Come learn about the Fall 2018 W&M DC Semester Program! Hear from program staff, professors, and former students to learn more about what a semester in DC has to offer!
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.