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The Cohen Career Center and the Global Film Festival are proud to offer the opportunity to network with alumni and professionals in the world of film, media, entertainment, and more!
SHE KILLS MONSTERS By Qui Nguyen
A high-octane, action-packed adventure about Queerness, Geekery, Dungeons & Dragons and Sisterhood
Sat Feb 1st & Sun Feb 2nd 2-5pm, Echo Room, Campus Center
Callbacks: Mon Feb 3rd 7-10pm, Kimball Theatre stage
To kick off Black History Month this year, The Black Law Students Association (BLSA) present our annual symposium: Social Activism and the Law! Topics include: Freedom of Assembly, Privacy, and Civil Liability! Heavy hors d'oeuvres will be provided.
To help our community challenge racism, anti-Semitism, and xenophobia, this event will bring three speakers to campus for a pedagogical workshop (9am-10:30am) and an academic panel (2pm-3:30pm).
Dr. Beth Christensen, an Ocean Discovery Lecturer from Rowan University, will be presenting a seminar on "How plate tectonics drove continental climate change in Australia"
Nadia Fomin, University of Tennessee, Title of Talk: The life and death of the free neutron
Join us for a discussion on managing academic and extracurricular activities while emphasizing the maintenance of good health habits.
Thinking about applying for jobs in a scientific field? Attend the "Preparing for the Scientific Job Market" workshop, February 5, 5 p.m in the Cohen Career Center Presentation Room.
Lecture by Lauren Klein on data feminism.
MPP students will have a busy day in Washington, DC on Friday, February 7, 2020
Georgetown's annual Government, Education and Non-Profit Career Fair connects undergraduate and graduate students with employers from diverse industries.
There is still time to study abroad this summer in Cape Town, South Africa! The application deadline has been extended to February 11. Don't miss this opportunity!
Nominate a graduate student for outstanding mentoring of undergraduates in scholarship and research outside of classroom teaching.
Zhenyu Ning, Wayne State University
Shuangquan Wang, Computer Science - Dissertation Proposal
Title: Dietary Monitoring through Sensing Mastication Dynamics
Advisor: Dr. Gang Zhou
Julie Roche, Ohio University, Title of Talk: Tomography of the proton
In collaboration with The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, the Charles Center presents the third and final lecture of its speaker series, 'Monuments, Memory, and Migration'.
Blind spots are unconscious biases that can narrow your vision and potentially influence your behaviors, join in on the discussion on how to outsmart your mind.
Andrea Jones , a W&M '05 alum from NASA, will be presenting a seminar on "A New Moon revealed by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter and Preparations to Return Astronauts to the Lunar Surface". Pizza will be provided in McGl 219 before the seminar.
Dr. Joanna Schug will present research on how the socio-ecological concept of relational mobility, defined as the amount of opportunities that individuals have to enter into and exit from social relationships in a given social ecology.
Join us for a conversation on solo status and stereotype threat on the William & Mary campus and beyond.
Join a cross-disciplinary panel of William & Mary faculty as they discuss the controversy surrounding the recent novel American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins.
Join Eric Garrison '94 for a wise and witty discussion about what we must do to create loving and respectful boys, men, and people.
Speaker: Kimmy Cushman, Yale University , Title: “Replacing Markov Chain Monte Carlo with Generative Flow Neural Networks”
A presentation by Perry Link, the Chancellorial Chair at University of California, Riverside
Institute for Field Education (IFE) Info Sessions for French & Spanish Programs in Europe
Join the Alexander Hamilton Society for our first event of Spring 2020, a moderated discussion including Dr. Daniel Markey (SAIS), and Dr. Rani Mullen (W&M). Dr. Markey will discuss how China's efforts are likely to play out along its "western horizon".
Join us for an evening of conversation with those living with a disability and their families. This is the first of three conversations focused on ability and disability for the annual Daily Work of Justice series.
Sanorita Dey, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
The submissions period for the 2020 W&M Student Literary Awards opens TODAY, February 14, and runs through Friday, March 6 at 11:59 pm. The awards are open to all undergraduate William & Mary students.
Alexa Regnier (W&M Geology 2020) will be presenting on "Using microfossils to reconstruct past Arctic Ocean dynamics, A USGS Internship Experience"
Institute for Field Education (IFE) Info Sessions for French & Spanish Programs in Europe
Deadline to submit the Intent to Graduate form to the OGSR, mandatory for A&S Graduate students intending to graduate in May or August 2020.
Online graduation application opens for 2021
Sujoy Kumar Sikdar from Washington University in St. Louis
Cristiano Fanelli - MIT/Jlab, Title of Talk: AI opportunities at JLab and EIC
European Studies Open House
Curious about the European Studies major or minor? Interested in our classes and study abroad options? Already a major or minor, but wanting to meet other students and faculty?
Please stop by!
Questions about a career in publishing? The Columbia Publishing Course has the answers.
Ao Ren from Northeastern University
L Chardé Reid, 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.
Alexander Austregesilo, Carnegie Mellon University, Title of Talk: Understanding the Strong Interaction through Hadron Spectroscopy
Learn about how to maximize your status as a professional with an eye towards graduate school and your career. We’ll cover resumes, CVs, interview skills, and social media.
Lecture & letter writing event in celebration of Anthropology Day. Hosted by the Anthropology Graduate Student Collective.
Join us for an evening of conversation with those working in disability support services. This is the second of three conversations focused on ability and disability for the annual Daily Work of Justice series.
Doowon Kim from the University of Maryland, College Park
Carmi Milagros Thompson, an Assistant Collection Manager at the Florida Museum of Natural History, will be presenting on “Post-grad & Perspectives: Overview of Museum Careers”.
Talk Title: "The Incredible Journey of Robert Edwards-scientist and sphinx"
Barry Sanders, OSA University of Calgary, Title of Talk: Learning for quantum control
Department of Geology Field Trip: Gladstone, VIrginia
Junqiao Qiu from UC Riverside
Boris Grube, Technical University of Munich, Title of Talk: Searching for exotic forms of hadronic matter at the COMPASS experiment
On Tuesday, February 25th, Professor Whitman will deliver a lecture titled "Owning Humans, Owning Land: Two Primitive Modes of the Property Imagination" in room 127 at William & Mary Law School. Lunch will be served. Free and all are welcome.
The Haven Confidential Advocate Application 20-21 Now Open! Due March 16th @ 5:00pm
Hailong Zhang from The Ohio State University
Stephen will focus on his more than a decade of research on the Ifugao Rice Terraces, UNESCO World Heritage monuments that attest to the ingenuity and communitarian management of Cordilleran people of Luzon in the Philippines.
The Reves Center and the Department of Anthropology is hosting a meet and greet with Dr. Acabado after his brown bag. Cookies and tea provided!
Join us for a conversation on strategies to help undergraduate students discover their best path to a bachelor's degree.
A lecture by Joseph Blankholm, co-sponsored by Sociology Department
In Wilson’s penultimate play of the American Century Cycle, the ancestral past is reseeded within the community through Aunt Ester who guides Citizen on a journey to owning his individual past and remembering his collective history.
On February 27, 5PM, in 223 James Blair, Dr. Chika Kinoshita will deliver a talk entitled "The World is Terrified: The Fetus, Eugenics, and the Atomic Bomb in Postwar Japan."
Please join us for a talk by Prof. Paul Stevens, titled, "Raphael's Condescension: Paradise Lost, Jane Austen, and the Secularization of Grace." The talk will be held in the Tucker Theatre on February 27th, at 5:00pm, with a light reception to follow.
Join us for an evening of conversation with those engaging in disability advocacy and policy work. This is the last of three conversations focused on ability and disability for the annual Daily Work of Justice series.
Deadline for 2021 graduation applicants to have social class changed for registration
APIA Banh Mi Lecture Series presents Dr. Davesh Soneji of UPenn who will discuss how discursive, political, historical, and aesthetic performance converge in the work of Nrithya Pillai of Chennai. Co-sponsored by AMES: Asian & Middle Eastern Studies.
Peyton Winter (W&M Geology 2020) will be presenting on "Everything's Smaller in Texas: analyzing the effects of climate change and megafauna extinction on pocket mouse body size "
Matthew Perry Nerewm, Physics - Final Oral Exam for the Ph.D., Title: Experiments and Theory on Dynamical Hamiltonian Monodromy
Prof. Panos K. Chrysanthis
Department of Computer Science
School of Computing and Information
University of Pittsburgh
Dr. Bryan King '93 of GlaxoSmithKline will present "Would Walter White Enjoy Non-illicit Pharmaceutical Drug Discovery?"
Talk Title: "Using GPS and geospatial modeling to understand the movement ecology of an urbanizing wetland wading bird, the American White Ibis"
Come for a workshop on affirmative action/race-conscious admissions policies and a panel on minority representation in law schools and in the legal practice. Light breakfast items and lunch will be served, with a reception to follow.
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..