Black History Month Essay Scholarship Contest
Thursday, February 1 - Friday, February 23
Online

The Black Student Organization is excited to announce our Black History Month Essay Scholarship Contest! The winner receives a $250 scholarship prize. The runner-up receives a $50 scholarship prize. 

    "Sojourn" Reception
    Thursday, February 1
    4pm - 6pm
    Andrews Hall, Andrews Gallery
    Italian House Open House
    Thursday, February 1
    4pm - 6pm
    Pleasants Hall (Randolph Complex)

    Come explore our Italian community within the W&M campus!
    Tour the language house, chat with current residents and the language tutor from Italy. Sample Italian food and listen to Italian music.


    Language House Open House
    Thursday, February 1
    4pm - 6pm
    Tazewell Hall (Randolph Complex), Language Houses in Giles, Pleasants and Preston

    OPEN HOUSE: Thursday, Feb. 1st, 4-6pm Tour the house, chat with residents and house tutors, sample food, and listen to music. The Houses are: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hispanic, Italian, Japanese, and Russian 

      Student Activism: How to Support Sustained Action: A Lemon's Legacies Porch Talk    
      Thursday, February 1
      5pm - 6pm
      Sadler Center, Tidewater A

      Join the Lemon Project as we invite Clemson University student activist Khayla Williams to speak on how to keep momentum going after the protest.

      Finance Academy's First Meeting
      Thursday, February 1
      6:30pm - 8pm
      Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Room 1088

      The Finance Academy is a student organization created to help W&M students improve their overall professional development, provide personalized mentorship, and introduce students to careers in financial services. 

      The First Amendment Under Fire: A Symposium on Speech, Protest, and the Role of State Actors
      Friday, February 2
      8:15am - 3:30pm
      Law School, Room 119

      Come, join us for "The First Amendment Under Fire: A Symposium on Speech, Protest, and the Role of State Actors," co-sponsored by William & Mary Law School and the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia on Friday, February 2. 

      Economics Club Brown Bag Lunch
      Friday, February 2
      12pm - 1pm
      Tyler Hall, Room 131

      The economics club is very excited to announce our next Brown Bag lunch with Fred Wood, Class of 85.

      Mathematics Colloquium and EXTREEMS-QED Lecture: Craig Larson (Virginia Commonwealth University)
      Friday, February 2
      2pm - 3pm
      Jones Hall, Room 302

      Mathematics Colloquium and EXTREEMS-QED Lecture: Craig Larson (Virginia Commonwealth University)

      Spring 2018 WMCI Community Courses
      Monday, February 5 - Thursday, April 5
      Rowe House

      Join WMCI this spring for many new, fun, and educational courses!

      ?Islamic Legal Reform Between Democracy and Reinterpretation,?  Kraemer Scholar-in-Residence Lecture
      Tuesday, February 6
      3:30pm - 5pm
      Law School, Room 127
      Please join us on February 6 for a lecture by Professor Mohammad Fadel, William & Mary's 2018 Kraemer Middle East Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence. His lecture will address ?Islamic Legal Reform Between Democracy and Reinterpretation."
      Contested Spaces in South and Southeast Asia with Profs. Ferrao, Harish, and Zutshi
      Tuesday, February 6
      5pm - 7pm
      James Blair Hall, Room 206

      Please join three W&M Professors for an interdisciplinary conversation on Contested Spaces in South and Southeast Asia, based on the themes raised in Prof. Zutshi's edited volume, Kashmir: History Politics, Representation (2018).

      Majors Exploration Fair
      Wednesday, February 7
      11am - 2pm
      Sadler Center, Chesapeake

      Representatives from academic departments will be on hand to talk with you about the variety of majors, minors, and programs of study available at William & Mary. 

        Geology Seminar: Geochemical Messages from the Deep and Early Earth
        Wednesday, February 7
        4pm - 5pm
        McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 219

        Join the Geology Department for the first seminar of the semester presented by W&M alum Dr. Bradley J. Peters!

        Nonprofit Meet Up: Food Bank, Lauren Landis '11
        Wednesday, February 7
        4pm - 5pm
        Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room

        Come by the Career Center to meet Lauren Landis. She has experience in such nonprofits as The Food Bank, The Children's Hospital Foundation and An Achievable Dream. 

          "The Islamic Theology of Sacrifice," Kraemer Scholar-in-Residence Lecture
          Wednesday, February 7
          5:30pm - 6:30pm
          Tucker Hall, 127A

          Professor Mohammad Fadel is William & Mary's 2018 Kraemer Middle East Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence. 

          Of Border Wars and Borderlands: The Open Wound, Politics of Mourning, and Selenidad
          Thursday, February 8
          12pm - 1pm
          James Blair Hall, Room 206

          Lunch-time lecture: Of Border Wars and Borderlands: The Open Wound, Politics of Mourning, and Selenidad 

          by : Prof. Christina Baker 


          Condensed Matther Seminar
          Thursday, February 8
          2:30pm - 3:30pm
          Small Hall, Room 122

          Dr. Hadar Steinberg , Racah Institute of Physics, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, Title of talk: Spectroscopy of bulk and ultrathin NbSe2 with van-der-Waals tunnel junctions

            S. Laurie Sanderson Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Mentoring
            Friday, February 9
            All day
            Stetson House

            Nominate a graduate student for outstanding mentoring of undergraduates in scholarship and research outside of classroom teaching. 

              Symposium: Enhancing Women's Effect on Law Enforcement in the Age of Police & Protest
              Friday, February 9
              8:30am - 5pm
              Law School, Room 119

              Join the William & Mary Journal of Women & the Law for our annual symposium. This year, our symposium focuses on the relationship between women and law enforcement. Academic experts and practitioners will discuss a wide variety of topics. All are welcome.

              Student Research Programs and Internship Panel
              Friday, February 9
              12pm - 2pm
              McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 20

              The panel will provide students with information about programs that are available and accepting applications and provide students with advice about what the professional and academic opportunities require.

              Mathematics Colloquium and EXTREEMS-QED Lecture: Kevin Milans (West Virginia University)
              Friday, February 9
              2pm - 3pm
              Jones Hall, Room 302

              Mathematics Colloquium and EXTREEMS-QED Lecture: Kevin Milans (West Virginia University)

              Physics Colloquium "SPECIAL TIME"
              Friday, February 9
              3pm - 4pm
              Small Hall, Room 111

              Hadar Steinberg, Racah Institute of Physics, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, Title of Talk: Van-der-Waals integration of hybrid devices

                19th Annual Honors Colloquium
                Monday, February 12 - Friday, February 16
                Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

                The Roy R. Charles Center & the College of William and Mary proudly present the Nineteenth Annual Honors Colloquium. Please join us as current honors students present their research-in-progress. February 12th - 16th.



                Yutao Tang, Computer Science - Ph.D. Dissertation Proposal
                Monday, February 12
                11:30am - 1:30pm
                Washington Hall, Room 302

                Yutao Tang, Computer Science - Ph.D. Dissertation Proposal
                Title: Executing Mobile Apps Transparently on the Server: Challenges and Approaches
                Advisor: Qun Li


                  Consuming Japan: Popular Culture and the Globalizing of 1980s America (Andrew McKevitt)  
                  Monday, February 12
                  5pm - 6:30pm
                  James Blair Hall, Room 229

                  Professor Andrew McKevitt (History, Louisiana Tech University) will offer a lecture on ?Consuming Japan: Popular Culture and the Globalizing of 1980s America.? Sponsor: Department of History. Open to the public.

                  W&M Studio Art Majors Exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Center of Williamsburg
                  Tuesday, February 13 - Friday, March 16
                  Williamsburg Contemporary Arts Center

                  The Williamsburg Contemporary Arts Center presents:

                  W&M Studio Art Majors Exhibition: Selections from the Senior Capstone Course

                  Open to the public

                  Location: 110 Westover Avenue, Williamsburg VA, 23185

                  Film screening: "Howard Zinn, une histoire populaire am?ricaine"
                  Tuesday, February 13
                  5pm - 7pm
                  Swem Library, Botetourt Theatre

                  Join us in the Botetourt Theatre (Swem Library, Ground floor) for a showing of this interesting French film!

                  Screening of "Backpack Full of Cash"
                  Tuesday, February 13
                  6pm - 8:30pm
                  School of Education, Matoaka Woods Room

                  Join the W&M School of Education for a free screening of ?Backpack Full of Cash,? a new film exploring the real cost of privatizing America?s public schools.

                  MANOS and SOMOS Information Sessions
                  Tuesday, February 13
                  7pm - 8pm
                  Blow Memorial Hall, Room 331

                  MANOS and SOMOS, research-based community health projects and COLL 300's, are recruiting new members to work in Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic! Come out to our interest meetings, on 2/13, 2/15, or 2/21 at 7PM on Blow 3rd floor.

                  Mandatory Deadline to file for May & August 2018 Graduation
                  Thursday, February 15
                  All day
                  Blow Memorial Hall
                  This is the last day to file Notice of Candidacy with the Registrar for May & August 2018 Graduation.
                    Mandatory Request for Graduation Date & Final Dissertation Title for 2018 May Commencement Program
                    Thursday, February 15
                    All day
                    Stetson House

                    Mandatory - Request for Final Dissertation Title for Inclusion in the 2018 May Commencement Program for A&S Doctoral Students Graduating in May & August 2018

                      Looking at China: Short Films & Discussion
                      Thursday, February 15
                      10am - 11:30am
                      Swem Library, Reeder Media Center

                      Join WMCI on Thursday, February 15 from 10 AM to 11:30 AM in Swem Library's Reeder Media Center to see five short films produced as part of the Looking at China project!

                      Honors Fellowship Information Session 
                      Thursday, February 15
                      11am - 12pm
                      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

                      Interested in learning more about Honors Fellowships? Come to the information session to learn more about this opportunity to fund your summer research! 

                        Science Meet-up - The Policy of Science
                        Thursday, February 15
                        4:30pm - 5:30pm
                        Cohen Career Center
                          Denise Youngblood, "Out with the Old, In with the New? Russian Cinema in Revolution, 1917-1918"
                          Thursday, February 15
                          5pm - 6:03pm
                          Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332

                          This is the second lecture in the Gregory Tepper Lecture Series in Russian and Post-Soviet Studies for 2017-2018.

                          Dr. Lily Wong lecture, "Sex Work, Media Networks, and Transpacific Histories of Affect"
                          Thursday, February 15
                          5pm - 6:10pm
                          James Blair Hall, Room 223

                          Dr. Lily Won will discuss the sex worker figure through transpacific media networks, stressing the intersectional politics of racial, sexual, and class structures. 

                          Open to the public.

                          MANOS and SOMOS Information Sessions
                          Thursday, February 15
                          7pm - 8pm
                          Blow Memorial Hall, Room 33

                          MANOS and SOMOS, research-based community health projects and COLL 300's, are recruiting new members to work in Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic! Come out to our interest meetings, on 2/13, 2/15, or 2/21 at 7PM on Blow 3rd floor.

                          The English Department invites you to a reading with Charles Wright
                          Thursday, February 15
                          7pm - 9pm
                          Tucker Hall, Tucker Theatre

                          The English Dept. invites you to a reading by Charles Wright, the U.S. Poet Laureate from 2014 to 2015. Wright has received the Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award, National Book Critics Circle Award, and Bollingen Prize for his poetry. 

                          Film Screening: Cook Up a Storm
                          Thursday, February 15
                          8pm - 9:30pm
                          Kimball Theatre

                          Join WMCI for a screening of the Chinese Film Cook Up a Storm on Thursday, February 15 from 8 PM to 9:30 PM in Kimball Theater.

                          Policy Dialogues in DC and Government and Nonprofit Expo
                          Friday, February 16
                          All day
                          Washington, DC, Brookings Institute, Kresge Room, 2nd Floor

                          We believe it is important for anyone studying public policy to get out of the classroom and interact with policy professionals in a wide variety of setting.

                            Panel Discussion: "When Chinese Cinema Meets the World? 
                            Friday, February 16
                            2pm - 3pm
                            Kimball Theatre, Screening Room

                            Dr. Jessica Chan and Dr. Lily Wong discuss when Chinese cinema meets the world in different historical junctures and of different aesthetic implications. 


                            Kevin Moran, Computer Science - Ph.D. Dissertation Proposal
                            Friday, February 16
                            2pm - 4pm
                            Tyler Hall, Room 114

                            Kevin Moran, Computer Science - Ph.D. Dissertation Proposal
                            Title:  Automating Software Development for Mobile Computing Platforms
                            Advisor: Dr. Denys Poshyvanyk


                              Chemistry Spring Seminar    
                              Friday, February 16
                              3pm - 4:20pm
                              ISC2 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1127

                              Dr. Perry Gerakines of the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center - Cosmic Ice Laboratory presents

                              ?Radiolysis and Infrared Spectroscopy of Ices and Icy Materials in the Laboratory?

                              Friday, February 16 at 3 pm in ISC 1127.

                                Physics Colloquium
                                Friday, February 16
                                4pm - 5pm
                                Small Hall, Room 111

                                Francis Halzen, Wisconsin IceCube Particle Astrophysics Center and Department of Physics University of Wisconsin?Madison , Title of Talk: IceCube and the Discovery of High-Energy Cosmic Neutrinos

                                  COLL 100/150 Mini Workshop
                                  Monday, February 19
                                  12pm - 1pm
                                  Swem Library, Ford Classroom
                                  "Recent Developments in Southeast Asian Antitrust": Lecture by Professor Mel Marquis, EUI
                                  Monday, February 19
                                  12:50pm - 1:50pm
                                  Law School, Room 133

                                  Professor Mel Marquis of the European University Institute will present a lecture titled "Recent Developments in Southeast Asian Antitrust."  Free and all are welcome.

                                  Honors Fellowship Information Session
                                  Monday, February 19
                                  2pm - 3pm
                                  Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

                                  Interested in learning more about Honors Fellowships? Come to the information session to learn more about this opportunity to fund your summer research!


                                    Ewell Concert Series - Seraph Brass
                                    Monday, February 19
                                    7:30pm
                                    Williamsburg Regional Library (515 Scotland St.)

                                    Admission: $5, free with William & Mary ID

                                    This concert is co-sponsored by the Williamsburg Regional Library Dewey Decibel Concert Series.

                                    RPSS Film Series Screening: "Maidan"
                                    Tuesday, February 20
                                    5pm - 7pm
                                    Washington Hall, Room 201
                                      Gender, Sexuality and Women?s Studies  Presents Shatema Threadcraft
                                      Tuesday, February 20
                                      6pm - 8pm
                                      ISC1 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1221

                                      Shatema Threadcraft is an Associate Professor of Government at Princeton University and will be presenting a lecture on Spectacular Black Death: Lynching, Lethal Police Violence and the Black Female Body 



                                      "Federal Environmental Regulation Reconsidered," Lecture by Professor Jonathan H. Adler
                                      Wednesday, February 21
                                      12:50pm - 1:50pm
                                      Law School, Room 120

                                      The Center for the Study of Law and Markets will host Professor Jonathan H. Adler of Case Western Reserve University Law School.  He will present a lecture titled "Federal Environmental Regulation Reconsidered."  Free and all are welcome. Includes lunch!

                                      Secondary Trauma 101
                                      Wednesday, February 21
                                      12:50pm - 1:50pm
                                      Law School, Room 119

                                      Join us Wednesday, February 21st, for "Secondary Trauma 101." Our panel will discuss what secondary trauma (also known as "vicarious trauma") is, how it affects us as interns and attorneys, and strategies for self-care.


                                      MANOS and SOMOS Information Sessions
                                      Wednesday, February 21
                                      7pm - 8pm
                                      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332

                                      MANOS and SOMOS, research-based community health projects and COLL 300's, are recruiting new members to work in Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic! Come out to our interest meeting on  2/21 at 7PM on Blow 3rd floor.

                                      METAMORPHOSES [based on the myths of Ovid]
                                      Thursday, February 22
                                      7:30pm
                                      Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall

                                      METAMORPHOSES 

                                      [Based on the Myths of Ovid]

                                      Written and Originally Directed by Mary Zimmerman

                                      SAVE THE DATE: 24th Annual Undergraduate Science Research Symposium
                                      Friday, February 23
                                      All day
                                      Sadler Center, Tidewater A&B, York Room

                                      William & Mary and The Roy R. Charles Center present the 24th Annual Undergraduate Science Research Symposium. 
                                      Please join us on Friday, February 23 as students in the sciences present their research!


                                      The full schedule is available online


                                      Symposium: Antitrust and the Constitutional Order
                                      Friday, February 23 - Saturday, February 24
                                      1pm - 12:30pm
                                      Law School, Room 119

                                      William & Mary Law Review presents the Volume 60 Symposium: Antitrust and the Constitutional Order. The Symposium is sponsored by the Institute of Bill of Rights Law and the Center for the Study of Law and Markets.

                                        Mathematics Colloquium and EXTREEMS-QED Lecture: Phil Warrick (ExxonMobil)
                                        Friday, February 23
                                        2pm - 3pm
                                        Jones Hall, Room 302

                                        Mathematics Colloquium and EXTREEMS-QED Lecture: Phil Warrick  (former ExxonMobil Operations Research Executive)

                                        Chemistry Spring Seminar
                                        Friday, February 23
                                        3pm - 4:20pm
                                        ISC2 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1127

                                        Dr. Josh Patterson of Christopher Newport University presents "Investigating the Interfacial Structure and Partitioning of Nitrate Ions in Reverse Micelle Structures?


                                          Inaugural Fauvel Lecture - ?Screening Racialized France" (Cybelle McFadden)
                                          Friday, February 23
                                          5pm - 6:30pm
                                          Tucker Hall, 127A

                                          ?Screening Racialized France: Immigration, Discrimination, and Citizenship in Contemporary French Cinema? by Prof. Cybelle McFadden ?97 from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro.

                                          Green to Gold Challenge Case Competition
                                          Friday, February 23 - Saturday, February 24
                                          5pm - 3pm
                                          School of Education

                                          Compete against other students for the chance to win $1,000 in this sustainability-oriented case competition!


                                          METAMORPHOSES [based on the myths of Ovid]
                                          Friday, February 23
                                          7:30pm
                                          Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall

                                          METAMORPHOSES 

                                          [Based on the Myths of Ovid]

                                          Written and Originally Directed by Mary Zimmerman

                                          A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant, and a Prayer
                                          Friday, February 23
                                          7:30pm - 9pm
                                          Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                                          William & Mary Law Revue is hosting A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant, and a Prayer, a collection of monologues raising awareness about violence against women. This production is a fundraiser for Avalon. We look forward to seeing you at the show!

                                          From the Tunnel to the Temple: Senior Research Adventures in the Blue Ridge & Piedmont
                                          Saturday, February 24
                                          8am - 7pm
                                          Location not specified

                                          The Spring semester Geology departmental trip is headed to the Blue Ridge and Piedmont provinces in Virginia.

                                            METAMORPHOSES [based on the myths of Ovid]
                                            Saturday, February 24
                                            7:30pm
                                            Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall

                                            METAMORPHOSES 

                                            [Based on the Myths of Ovid]

                                            Written and Originally Directed by Mary Zimmerman

                                            METAMORPHOSES [based on the myths of Ovid]
                                            Sunday, February 25
                                            2pm
                                            Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall

                                            METAMORPHOSES 

                                            [Based on the Myths of Ovid]

                                            Written and Originally Directed by Mary Zimmerman

                                            W&M Choir Pre-Tour Concert
                                            Sunday, February 25
                                            8pm
                                            Catholic Campus Ministry Chapel (10 Harrison Ave.)
                                            Adapt or Develop Campus COLL 300 Courses
                                            Monday, February 26
                                            12pm - 1pm
                                            Swem Library, Cox Classroom

                                            Campus COLL 300

                                            Adapt or Develop Campus COLL 300 Courses
                                            Tuesday, February 27
                                            12:30pm - 1:30pm
                                            Swem Library, Cox Classroom

                                            Campus COLL 300

                                            Green Fee Proposals Due!
                                            Tuesday, February 27
                                            5pm
                                            Location not specified

                                            Fund your sustainability idea, research, program or initiative! Green Fee proposals are accepted every fall and spring semester from all students, faculty and staff. Submissions are accepted early for those who would like additional feedback.

                                              Google Technical Interview Workshop
                                              Tuesday, February 27
                                              6:30pm - 8:30pm
                                              Cohen Career Center
                                                 New and transfer student registration period 2
                                                Wednesday, February 28
                                                All day
                                                Location not specified

                                                 New and transfer student registration period 2

                                                  Spring Classes & Exams End (OMBA-A)
                                                  Wednesday, February 28
                                                  All day
                                                  Location not specified
                                                    e[xploring] Learning Design: Course Design
                                                    Wednesday, February 28
                                                    12pm - 1pm
                                                    Swem Library, Ford Classroom

                                                    Please join the APeL Office for our Course Design workshop, the second session in our Spring e[xploring] Learning Design series. More info to come, or contact our APeL Office with questions. 

                                                      COLL 300 Visitor Zena Howard
                                                      Wednesday, February 28
                                                      5pm - 6:30pm
                                                      Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
                                                      Indo-Pacific Security Dynamics in the Age of Trump, Xi and Abe
                                                      Wednesday, February 28
                                                      5pm - 6:30pm
                                                      Tyler Hall, Room 322

                                                      Presentations on "Trump, the Indo-Pacific, and Japan-U.S. Relations" (Satoshi Mori, Hosei University) and "Xi, the Indo-Pacific, and Japan-China Relations" (Shino Watanabe, Sophia University). 

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