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Grades are due at 9 a.m. on January 2, 2020 for all undergraduates, undergraduates in LAW courses, Grad A&S, VIMS, Grad Ed, and Grad Business.
Spring schedule adjustment period 2 begins
Final grades are due January 2, 2020 at 9 a.m. for undergraduates in LAW courses.
This is a workshop for Arts & Sciences web editors. It’s a chance to get away from the distractions of your office and focus on catching up on web site work. Kathy Larrieu will be there to answer questions and provide help as you need it.
Winter degree conferral. No ceremony.
New/Transfer Student Orientation
Martin Luther King Jr. Day (no classes, offices closed)
New/Transfer student registration period 2
What can faculty do to improve course outcomes and retention of underrepresented students in STEM? Prof. Jim Swartz of Grinnell College will facilitate an interactive workshop for STEM faculty.
Add/Drop period begins. Juniors and Seniors may elect to take a course Pass/Fail or Audit.
Prof. Jim Swartz of Grinnell College will present “Twenty-Five Years of Efforts to Better Serve the Underserved: Moving from Fixing the Students to Fixing Us”.
We are celebrating the first day of classes for Spring 2020!
Non-Degree Seeking Student Registration Begins (Undergraduates)
Spring Classes Begin (Undergraduates, Grad A&S, VIMS, Grad Ed)
Join us for this information session about the WMSURE program. We will talk about the opportunities available for WMSURE students, including research experiences and future workshops and events.
Learn how to finance your study abroad dreams!
St Andrews - Summer 2020 Study Abroad Info Session
A presentation and Q&A hosted by the A&S Graduate Center with student health insurance coordinator, Trista Sikes. Learn about the student health insurance plan and what it covers. Lunch provided for those who register in advance.
The Reves Center for International Studies, in cooperation with the US-Europe Alliance, presents the 2020 George Tayloe Ross Lecture on International Peace, "American-British-EU Realignment: Post-Brexit Possibilities."
Madeleine Bassett, a doctoral student in Anthropology, will present an Emerging Scholars Series talk for the public. Presented through partnership between the A&S Graduate Center and the Williamsburg Regional Library.
Come learn about the exciting research that is happening on our campus.
Come attend the University of Cambridge Study Abroad Info Session for a chance to hear about a great study abroad opportunity in England.
Join us for a screening of 16 Bars following a unique music rehabilitation effort in Richmond and offering a rare glimpse at the human stories – and songs – that are locked away in our nation’s jails and prisons.
This year's festival is January 30 - February 2, 2020. The website is live, so you can view the list of films, watch trailers and check out our alumni and other industry professionals who will attend this year..
Add/Drop period ends
Juniors and Seniors may elect to take a course Pass/Fail or Audit.
Deadline to file Minor Declaration form, declare a second major, or make adjustments to primary major for May graduates.
Isaac Mantelli (W&M Geology 2020) will be presenting on "A Pyrite's Life For Me: Limiting Factors of Pyrite Formation."
Dr. Darryl Boyd of the US Naval Research Laboratory presents
"Fabrication of High Refractive Index, Infrared Transmitting Organically Modified Chalcogenide (ORMOCHALC) Polymers"
Talk Title: "Dune grasses, climate change, and effects on coastal ecosystem functions and services"
Florian Hauenstein, Old Dominion University, Title of Talk: Pairing and Bonding of Nucleons in Nuclei
Nominate an A&S faculty member for this award that recognizes exemplary mentoring of graduate students.