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Presenters: Nick Balascio & Faculty
Mathematics Colloquium: Angel Roman (William & Mary)
Join the Geology Department for a day trip in Shenandoah! More info to come...
In honor of National Wrongful Conviction Day on October 2nd, join the W&M Innocence Club to hear from the Innocence Project's exoneree, Marvin Anderson, about his harrowing experience and then his amazing journey towards forgiveness and redemption.
This supportive outreach group will provide an outlet for students who are living with chronic illness and trying to navigate day to day life.
Join Minorities in Medicine for a panel discussion with STEM professors from the university. Come learn about STEM and have your questions answered in ISC 1280!
Emerging Scholars Series Talk: "Cutting Edge Science and Technology Research."
The Extinct Giant Shark, Megalodon
Are you interested in studying international relations? Do you have questions about the International Relations major?
A Film Screening and Panel Discussion Featuring Diya Bose, Assistant Professor of GSWS/SOCL, Vivian Hamilton, Professor of Law and Rev. Charles Bauer, Chaplain, Episcopal Church at W&M
The Asian Centennial presents: Nationalism in Asia a talk by Professor Maya J. Tudor, Blavatnik School of Government Oxford University
"The Wolves" by Sarah DeLeppe
W&M Theatre Mainstage Season 2021-2022
The Program in Judaic Studies welcomes Ithamar Gruenwald to present a talk on "Rituals & Religion". Professor Gruenwald is a specialist in early Judaism and Professor Emeritus in the Department of Jewish Philosophy at Tel Aviv University.
Bell Ringing for graduates of the Class of 2020. Masks required to enter the Wren Building.
Join W&M's Institute for Integrative Conservation (IIC) for an engaging open house to learn about our work to cultivate an inclusive community of leaders to solve global conservation challenges.
"Sacred 'Manumissions' and Sanctuaries" title of our Annual Lee Lecture to be given by Professor Elizabeth Meyer , University of Virginia.
Former National Football League player Reggie Williams will read from his memoir “Resilient by Nature.”
The Global Research Institute, the Reves Center for International Studies, and the Department of Modern Languages and Literature will host a career panel on October 7 at 6 pm on the third floor of GRI, 427 Scotland Street.
The Andrews Gallery presents GRETA PRATT: The History of the United States (condensed and abridged). Exhibition begins October 8 through November 18, 2021. The Gallery is open 10 - 4, please follow the W&M Covid-19 guidelines. Masks are required.
Virtual networking event for current and past W&M Chinese Program students and faculty.
Using incidents reported to Stop AAPI Hate, Professor Jeung discusses the nationwide trends in anti-Asian racism, their causes, and their historic roots. He then shares how the Asian American community is resisting this racism and what gains we have made.
Presenter: Heather Christensen
The Center for Geospatial Analysis welcomes back a panel of W&M Alumni to present lightning talks on their geospatial careers. The virtual event will take place on Friday, October 8th at 1:00pm. Register with link below.
Dr. Allison Mickel will give the Anthropology Homecoming talk entitled: "The Invisible Experts of Middle Eastern Archaeology: In Stories, Networks, and Visions." Please email [[jdcarlson]] for Zoom link.
"Who Needs Russian? We All Do!"
Spencer Small '16, Ph.D. candidate, Yale University
Annual RPSS Homecoming Talk
Stop by in our Zoom Room to say hi!
Return to the Sunken Garden to mingle with classmates and celebrate your reunion in your class tent with food (heavy hors d'oeuvres, wine and beer), friends and fun!
Homecoming Concert is being performed by the William & Mary Wind Ensemble.
W&M Music Department presents BOTETOURT CHAMBER SINGERS with Dr. Jamie C. Bartlett, Conductor.
This is an outdoor event (masks optional, but encouraged if unable to maintain social distancing)
This is an outdoor tent event (masks optional, but encouraged if unable to maintain social distance)
The French and Francophone Studies program and the Hispanic Studies program are hosting a breakfast to welcome our Alumni back to campus and to celebrate our 2020 graduates.
Join us at the Neuroscience Homecoming Reception. Light refreshments will be available as you connect with faculty and students from the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, and Psychological Sciences.
Celebrate Homecoming and stop by the Center for Geospatial Analysis (Swem Room 213) to meet students, faculty, and alumni. See what is new in the CGA and join us for puzzles and games.
The Economics Department, Government Department, International Relations Program, and Public Policy Program will host a get-together over coffee and pastries on Saturday, October 9, from 10:00 am–12:00 pm.
Calling All Alumni, Current Students, Families, Friends, Faculty & Staff of English: Join us to celebrate Homecoming 2021!
Join members of the W&M Geology and ENSP community to celebrate Homecoming 2021! All alums, students, families, friends, faculty and staff are welcome to attend. At 11am, we'll toast to the Class of 2020 and take a group photo of the graduates.
Math and CAMS Homecoming reception
Chemistry Homecoming & ISC Open House
Come visit old friends & make new ones during this Homecoming weekend event, in th epicenter of Tribe Science - the ISC!
Join members of the W&M Physics community to celebrate Homecoming 2021! All alums, students, families, friends, faculty and staff are welcome to attend.
Reconnect during a pre-game tailgate with the APIM, representing Asian-Pacific Islander-Middle Eastern/Southwest Asian alumni. We will gather outside of the newly renovated Alumni House for great food, good music and an all-around great time!
Mathematics Homecoming Tailgate
Welcome back to campus, JDP Alums, especially the class of 2020! Join JDP for Homecoming Weekend. Please keep an eye out for an email from the JDP Academic Director for more information. Homecoming will be held in the area between Blow and Monroe.
Join the German Studies Program for our traditional Oktoberfest BBQ. Meet new students and alums!
Join us to see old friends and enjoy a conversation with Japanese Studies alum Anastasia Rivera, former Assistant Language Teacher in the JET Program, for Yamagata Prefecture in the T?hoku Region.
Annual Homecoming gathering for the alumni of the Russian and Post-Soviet Studies program.
As part of the Ewell Concert Series 2021 - 2022 Season - The Stephanie Nakasian Band presents "THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK - Old & New".
Come meet Hillel staff and visit the new Shenkman Jewish Center.
Masks required to enter Kaplan Arena
Midterm grading period begins
As part of the Cohen Career Center's "I wish that I had known..." series, the Institute for Integrative Conservation will be hosting an information session for undergraduate students about the year-long Conservation Research Program in 2022.
Have you struggled with taking exams? Do you feel that your test performance would improve if you had a better approach for managing your thinking and emotions around tests?
Asian Centennial Distinguished Theater Arts Fellow and Class of 1939 Visiting Artist Rinabeth Apostol of San Francisco premieres an original solo cabaret exploring the Filipino diaspora in America through song and dance. Directed by Francis Tanglao Aguas.
Join us as we discuss current campus events and issues, as well as celebrate our victories. All are welcome!
Drop by for a quick resume check, get your career questions answered, and connect with Tonya Nations of the Cohen Career Center.
Join us for a virtual Lemon's Legacies Porch Talk with Cat Warren, author of New York Times bestseller, What the Dog Knows: Scent, Science, and the Amazing Ways Dogs Perceive the World on Wednesday, October 13 at 6:00 p.m. ET.
Learn more about the two W&M faculty-led study abroad programs in Prague this summer.
Learn more about the W&M faculty-led study abroad programs in Prague this summer. The Program Directors and Global Education Advisor will be available for Q&A.
Come learn about the Anthropology's One-Year MA and Senior Honors Thesis programs, talk to professors, and grab some pizza! Email [[jdcarlson]] with any questions.
Apply for the 2022 Conservation Research Program to work alongside external conservation partners and faculty mentors to conduct applied research that advances real-world conservation outcomes. Visit the IIC website to learn more.
The seminar paper is a common assignment in humanities graduate courses. But what is it? And how might you do multiple of these at the end of the semester successfully? Learn practical strategies to approach this genre.
"Perspectives on the Linguistic Sign: Sound Symbolism in English and Arabic"
Also streamed on Zoom
This event includes a screening of River People: Behind the Case of David Sohappy and a discussion with Wilbur Slockish Jr. on the legacy of "Salmonscam" and his lifelong fight to protect the treaty rights and water resources of the River People.
CNN host and best-selling author Fareed Zakaria will be the featured speaker for CHINA Town Hall 2021, a national conversation on how the U.S.-China relationship affects our cities, towns, and communities. Livestream followed by W&M Zoom discussion.
Classes resume from Fall Break
Dr. Fernando Galeana Rodriguez will explore the intersection of conservation and politics in the Honduran Mosquitia. Please email [[jdcarlson]] for Zoom link.
Let's get together in a safe space to discuss current concerns, as well as our focused topic for the month.
British novelist Nicola Barker will be joining the Hayes Series via Crowdcast on Oct. 21st at 5pm.
Information Session with Friends Committee on National Legislation
Presenter: Cole Cochran
Join us to celebrate the installation of the exhibit, "The Asian Centennial at William & Mary: Pu Kao Chen 1923" curated by Sumie Yotsukura '22 and assisted by Brian Zhao '23. An opening reception will be held on Friday, Oct. 22 from 4-5 p.m. in Swem.
Jens Boos, William & Mary Physics, Title of Talk: So black holes exist. Now what?
Come watch the screening of Rhadem Musawah’s latest film, “BUDJANG”, this Friday (10/22), at 5 pm in Blow 201.
Anthropology Undergraduate and Graduate students will present on their research for International Archaeology Day.
Spring advising period begins. It ends November 5th
Registration for Spring 2022 began October 25, 2021. Tuition and fees will be billed December 13, 2021 and due January 3, 2022. Students are strongly encouraged to register by December 10. Spring Registration for New Students begins January 3, 2022.
“Protest, Threat Dimensions, and the Repression of Women’s Rights,” presented by Dr. Emily Hencken Ritter.
A Better (Digital) World: A Conversation with Annie Brown (W&M ' 10)
Please email [[jdcarlson]] for Zoom link.
Come learn about Intersex! Intersex people are born with sex characteristics outside traditional conceptions of male and female. A short informational presentation will be followed by a Q&A with the audience. Zoom event, open to the public
Okinawa has played a disproportionate role hosting U.S. military facilities, leading to numerous difficulties. Mr. Satoshi Uechi, Director, Okinawa Prefecture Washington D.C. Office, will share Okinawans’ views on these matters and recent developments.
Join us for the first Anthropology Club meeting of the year! Come hear about our plans, meet other anthropology enthusiasts, and eat pizza! The Anthropology Club is open to all majors. Stop by Washington 101 at 6pm on Thursday, October 28th!
Deadline to declare major/minor for guaranteed processing before Spring 2022 priority registration
Dancevent Ft. Orchesis Modern Dance Company
W&M Theatre Mainstage Season 2021-2022
Mathematics Colloquium: Yuhang Xu (Bowling Green State University)
W&M undergraduate students in the IIC's Conservation Research Program will be presenting the results from the applied research projects they have completed in collaboration with faculty mentors and external conservation partners in 2021.
Join us to learn more about the Japanese Studies Major and Minor, study abroad, courses for Spring, and more! Snacks provided. Event will be held both in-person and over Zoom. Please RSVP for in-person.
Laurie McNeil, Department of Physics and Astronomy University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Title of Talk: LEARNING BY DOING RATHER THAN TEACHING BY TELLING Teaching Your Students the Way You Actually Learned
Celebrate Fossil Day with the W&M Geology Department and Colonial National Historical Park! Five hours of fun with fossils-- including digging for whale bone, identifying shark's teeth, and learning all about local fossils.
The Javaad Alipoor Company presents
Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran
Written by Javaad Alipoor
Co-Created by Javaad Alipoor and Kirsty Housley
Midterm grading period begins