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A&S graduate students may apply for funds to assist with the cost of attending academic conferences, events, or workshops remotely. Fall Award Cycle: for conferences taking place July 1 – November 30, 2020.
The Election Law Society will host an Election Debriefing at 1PM, November 4, on Zoom, as the final event of the Voting in 2020 Lunch Series.
Richard Freund will speak on "Holocaust Escape Tunnels" in a virtual lecture on ZOOM. WEDNESDAY, 4 NOVEMBER 2020 @7:00 PM
ZOOM LINK: HTTPS://CWM.ZOOM.US/J/96732686071
Diskussion zum Film In den Gängen (Regie Thomas Stuber, 2018) https://cwm.zoom.us/j/95488510488
Reaching Out and Leaning In II, the second of four William & Mary Dance concerts presented in the 2020-2021 season will showcase original works by William & Mary Dance Faculty.
The Institute for Integrative Conservation is hosting a student brownbag discussion with Dr. Melissa Checker focused on environmental gentrification and the hidden socioeconomic consequences of sustainable policies.
Denise Erin McKaig, Physics - Final Oral Dissertation Defense
Zoom link: is available upon request. Please email [[w|evwilk,Ellie]]
Title: Quantitative Analysis of Blood Pressure Waveforms of ICU Patients that Have Experienced a Hemorrhage Event
Join us for a special discussion with Elizabeth Mead who curated the exhibition Looking out, at, in and back again.
Four steps are required at least two weeks before you defend. November 6th is the last day by which you may meet this requirement if you intend to graduate in January 2021.
In this seminar Dennis Hallema will discuss how to properly train a classifier for the purpose of predicting potential fire control locations, and show what a prediction map looks like.
Come watch Chris Snyder's Brown Bag titled "Quantifying morphological variation in the ornament & shape of dermal scutes in Atlantic sturgeon". Click on the event title & go to the Contact Information to email Nick Balascio for the zoom link to attend.
We will engage in design thinking to brainstorm new ways to improve our Spring semester experience as we aim to better understand the different perspectives of the W&M community.
Prof. Sharona Gordon, Physiology & Biophysics University of Washington, Title of talk: If I’m not safe, nobody is: science, power, and activism in the age of #MeToo
Join faculty members from the Government Department to discuss what we know, and don't yet know, about the outcome of the 2020 election.
Panelists will share their thoughts on the most important developments before fielding questions from the audience.
Join us for a joint diversity panel series presented by the Cohen Career Center, Center for Student Diversity, W&M Alumni Association, and the Office of Student Veteran Engagement.
This is our final Hayes event for fall. We're bringing Terrance Hayes, in conversation with Prof. Hermine Pinson, Nov. 10th at 7pm on Crowdcast.
Join us on 11/11 at 4PM for a virtual seminar presented by Dr. Pedro Manuel Monarrez from Stanford titled "Alternating Macroevolutionary Regimes of Phanerozoic Marine Animal Body Size " | Click the event title to contact Brent Owens to attend!
Learn about the St Andrews Summer Study Abroad Program.
Last day of classes
The WRC will be open for online consultations during the first week of finals for half-hour sessions. Make an appointment online--the schedule opens Saturday, November 14.
Join us as Professor Fabrizio provides a first-hand account of the Nepal expedition — from extreme heat to wild rhinoceros encounters — and what they hope to discover with the information they gathered.
Do you love GIS or want to learn more about it? Enjoy puzzles, virtual competitions, guessing games, scavenger hunts and mapping? Register for free to gain access to the virtual activities:
Hear from Professor Fabricio Prado as he explores how early trade networks to South America jump-started the U.S. national economy.
TAPIF (French Government Teaching Assistantships in France)
Hosted by Alexis Higgins
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
5:30 - 6: 30 PM
The Charles Center and the Institute for Integrative Conservation are pleased to offer an integrative conservation research program for W&M undergraduate students in 2021. Applications are due on December 4, 2020.
Zhaoliang Duan, Computer Science - Dissertation Defense
Title: Single Image Direct-Global Illumination Separation
Advisor: Dr. Pieter Peers
Your defense must be scheduled and completed by this deadline.
Join art historian Elaine Ruffolo for an unhindered gaze into court life in Mantua.
Deadline to declare major/minor for guaranteed processing before Spring 2021 priority registration
Final submission deadline for A&S graduate students to satisfy degree requirements for graduation in January 2021.
Spring advising period begins. It ends December 4th
The student Election Law Society is hosting five events in their Voting in 2020 Lunch Series.
This semester we feature five lectures by AMES fabulous faculty, each of whom volunteered to offer a view into their current projects or recently published research.