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In this lecture, sponsored by the W&M Religious Studies Department, Dr. Nicole C. Kirk will explore how circuses sought to make their forms of entertainment appealing to Christians and considers the development of religious practices in American circuses.
Offices closed. Classes in session.
Election Day (offices closed, classes in session)
Lishan Yang, Computer Science - PhD dissertation proposal
Title: Enabling GPGPU Application Resilience
Advisor: Dr. Evgenia Smirni
Location: Zoom Meeting
Jung Hae Chae is a poet and essayist based in Orange, New Jersey, and originally from Seoul. Her work explores the weight of cultural and family history, as well as the way culture travels across the globe and permeates the everyday.
Join us for a panel discussion on the impact of informal infrastructural development on deforestation and the land rights of Indigenous peoples in Honduras.
Ryan Mutter is an Analyst at the Health Policy Studies Unit, Health Analysis Division of the U.S. Congressional Budget Office. He will speak about “Responding to the Opioid Crisis.”
Emerging Scholars Series Talk: "The Story of Civil War-Era Emancipation and Black Citizenship in Yorktown Virginia"
Learn about the experiences and realities of local immigrants & refugees in a discussion with guest speakers Nicole Alanko and Prof. Kern-Scheerer from the W&M Immigration Law Clinic. This event is hosted by WMFIRE.
Four steps are required at least two weeks before you defend. November 5 is the last day by which you may meet this requirement if you intend to graduate in January 2022.
Spring advising period ends
Presenter: Kathleen Chellman
Dr. Joel Thornton, Univ. of Washington Atmospheric Scientist, presents his findings about wildfire smoke and its affects on the Earth's air quality.
Mumtaz Qazilbash, William & Mary Physics, Title of Talk: Recent insights into the metal-insulator transition of vanadium dioxide (VO2)
Dr. Mark Anderson will give a lecture on his book From Boas to Black Power: Racism, Liberalism, and American Anthropology which is the recipient of the 2021 Sutlive Book Prize. Please email [[jdcarlson]] for the Zoom link.
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
Spring priority registration for continuing students
Knowing your "elevator pitch" is crucial for your professional future. Come learn about what makes a good elevator pitch and practice writing your own.
Fundraiser Bingo November 9th @ 5 pm in ISC 1280!! Come out and play bingo with MIMs!!! There will be gift card prizes! The entry fee is $5 (Pay to MIMs Cashapp $minoritiesinmed or Venmo @aemansour). Must RSVP to attend using link.
The William & Mary Tax Conference offers lawyers and accountants an in-depth look at current topics in tax law. Please plan to join us for our 67th conference.
Join us as we discuss current campus events and issues, as well as celebrate our victories. All are welcome!
A Christmas Tale of Corals and Climate
Ye Chun is a bilingual Chinese American writer and literary translator. Her debut collection of stories, Hao, came out from Catapult in 2021.
Please join the W&M Program Director and Global Education to learn more about studying abroad this summer in Prague.
Johnny Farraj will visit Worlds of Music (MUSC 241/ANTH 241) at 9:30-10:50 to discuss aspects of his co-authored book Inside Arabic Music and to demonstrate (musically) some of its core principles. For info: Anne Rasmussen.
Religious perspectives can be both an impetus and a barrier to engaging meaningfully around climate change.
The Reves Center for International Studies and the W&M Democracy Initiative announce that Professor Daniel Ziblatt will deliver the 2022 George Tayloe Ross Address on International Peace. Registration is full. Email [[international,Reves]] for info.
A religious, sociological, and philosophical discussion of the additional 614th commandment: "Do not hand Hitler posthumous victories!"
The Asian Centennial Committee is proud to present Asian Centennial Distinguished Fine Arts Fellow Roberto Jamora as he previews his vision for expressing in visual art the APM experience and history at W&M. Co-presented with the Muscarelle Museum of Art.
Mathematics Colloquium: Diane Pelejo (William & Mary)
Stories Encoded in Vibrational Spectra: Insights into the Spectroscopy of Water
by Anne B. McCoy, Natt-Lingafelter Professor of Chemistry & Ryan J. DiRisio ‘17 (McNamara Lab)
University of Washington, Seattle
Join us as Dr. Makoto Aoki, Assistant Professor at Ehime University in Japan uses anime and haiku to discuss muj (impermanence or transience) and mono no aware (the pathos of things), concepts to understand traditional Japan.
Under Prof. Anne Rasmussen, the W&M Middle Eastern Music Ensemble performs with guest artist, Johnny Farraj.
Spring schedule adjustment period begins. It ends on December 10.
Celebrate Geography Awareness Week with the CGA! Challenges, events and guest lecture will take place November 15-19 both virtually and in-person. There are opportunities to win great prizes!
Jodi Kwarciany and Stephanie Pasternak from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) will speak about the transition to "988 as the National Suicide Prevention Hotline. "
This info session will introduce grad students to the concept of writing groups and will provide resources and best practices for starting one of your own.
This talk by Albert Baumgarten (Professor Emeritus in the Department of History at Bar Ilan University), discusses the convergence of Classical Studies with Judaism in the Greco-Roman diaspora.
La alegría no llegó: Chile’s Constitutional Reckoning
Sowmya Ramanathan & Catherine Brix
Build an understanding of the practice of self-compassion and how it can benefit your overall well-being.
Tim Olbrych, Renaissance and Baroque guitarist and William & Mary faculty member, will present a concert of early music on November 16, 2021.
Fiction writer Michael X. Wang will be visiting W&M via Crowdcast on Nov. 16th at 7pm.
Let's get together in a safe space to discuss current concerns, as well as our focused topic for the month.
Hongyuan Liu, Computer Science - Dissertation Defense
Title: Techniques for Accelerating Large-scale Automata Processing
Advisor: Adwait Jog
Location: Zoom Meeting
The Special Collections is displaying maps in their collection in collaboration with the Center for Geospatial Analysis' Geography Awareness Week.
Professor Paula Pickering, an expert on the Balkans and civic activism in the post-communist region, shares her research and talks about challenges to efforts in the former Yugoslavia to acknowledge the violence of the 1990s and promote reconciliation.
Any and all questions are welcome for the current law students -- and W&M undergraduate alums -- who help make up our Pre-Law Leadership Council. Join us on Zoom next Wednesday, 17 November, at 8:00 pm.
On Thursday, November 18th in Commonwealth Auditorium at 8PM, AMP is hosting hip-hop artist and resilience speaker Mike Africa Jr. Mike’s life experience is highlighted in the documentary 40 Years A Prisoner as seen on HBO.
Your defense must be scheduled and completed by this deadline if you intend to graduate by January 2022.
Presenter: Rachel Parthasarthy
Lauren Tierney is a Graphics Editor at The Washington Post, and will discuss how journalists on the Post’s graphics team visualize the news with maps, graphics, and other data visualizations.
Mathematics Colloquium: Wenhui Shen (Marquette University)
Offices closed. Classes in session.
Offices closed. Classes in session.
Lecture hosted by William & Mary Law School's Human Security Law Center.
Offices closed (four recognition hours added to state additional time off). No classes scheduled.
Thanksgiving Break (no classes, offices closed)
Classes resume from Thanksgiving Break
This 1-hour workshop is aimed to help you develop coping strategies to reduce stress and prevent significant stress in the future.
Join us for the virtual unveiling of Roberto Jamora’s print Confluence. This event will begin with a short film chronicling Jamora’s journey as he created the commemorative print for the Asian Centennial and will end with a Q&A.
The W&M Jazz Ensemble and W&M Jazz Combo perform a double-header concert…and YOU, our faithful reader, will be in the audience!
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.
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.
This supportive outreach group will provide an outlet for students who are living with chronic illness and trying to navigate day to day life.
RPSS program invite you for upcoming individual film screenings in Fall 2021
W&M Art History Senior Research Colloquium III NOW ONLINE
12 art history majors in the capstone seminar, under the guidance of Professor Xin Conan-Wu, present in depth research on various topics, ranging from the historical to the contemporary.
Now Online W&M Art History's THE CURATORIAL PROJECT: "THE ART OF WELL BEING", STUDENT PRESENTATIONS
Art & Art History's Studio Art 2021 Senior Exhibition "Collective Imagination" NOW ONLINE
Graduating Seniors, Abigail Daniel, Leah Moyer, Jorden Solet, Evan Squires and Iris Wu
Now Online, the Spring 2021 Virtual Non Majors Exhibition, featuring work by W&M students participating in the Studio Art classes, who are not majors of the program.