Sacrificing Legitimacy in a Hierarchical Judiciary
Monday, February 1
12:45pm - 2pm
Law School, Zoom

Come join the Institute of Bill of Rights Law: Student Division in a discussion with Professor Tara Grove, Professor Benjamin Kassow, and Professor Neal Devins on Sacrificing Legitimacy in a Hierarchical Judiciary.

Masters of Public Policy Info Session 
Wednesday, February 3
5pm
Location not specified

This session is open to all interested students, especially graduating seniors and graduate students interested in earning a master's degree in public policy at W&M. 

Saving Justice: A Book Discussion with James Comey
Wednesday, February 3
6pm - 7:30pm
Online Zoom Webinar

Saving Justice: A Book Discussion with James Comey

Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: The Power of PROTEST, MARCHES, and COLLEGE STUDENTS
Wednesday, February 3
7pm
Location not specified

The Center for Student Diversity’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. commemoration program pays tribute to his life and impact.

MedServe Information Session
Thursday, February 4
5pm - 6pm
Cohen Career Center, Virtual
    What’s Going on with GameStop? Chat with Prof. Peter Atwater
    Thursday, February 4
    6pm - 7pm
    Zoom Link: https://cwm.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcrcu-rrDIsE9FuCeeTedxgMgFFXDGesOHq

    Learn more about the recent news regarding GameStop and AMC, and its effects on Wall Street and retail investors, with adjunct Professor Peter Atwater, a frequently quoted expert by news and media outlets.

    Last day to Add/Drop
    Friday, February 5
    All day
    Location not specified

    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.

      Brown Bag: Mélange Mystery – A Structural Analysis of the Seven Islands, Virginia - by Terri Zach
      Friday, February 5
      12:05pm
      Location not specified
      Join us for the first virtual brown bag of the semester: Terri Zach's presentation titled: Mélange Mystery – A Structural Analysis of the Seven Islands, Virginia | Click on the event title for info on getting the Zoom link to attend!
        GIS Analysis & Cartography to Support Resource Management Decisions
        Friday, February 5
        1pm - 2pm
        Zoom

        This talk uses case studies from the seafloor near Rhode Island and the deserts and mountains of Arizona to demonstrate how to combine, synthesize, and translate spatial data into information that is accessible to resource managers for decision-making.

          Chemistry Spring Seminar    
          Friday, February 5
          3pm - 4pm
          Integrated Science Center (ISC), Room 1127

          Daniel Griffin, MD, PhD, Ctrop of Columbia University presents

          "COVID-19: Phases, Timing of Therapeutics, Focus on Immunization"

            Withdrawal period begins - Spring Session
            Saturday, February 6
            All day
            Location not specified

            Withdrawal period begins

              'Othering Blackness: Ideas of Racial Difference in Medieval & Early Modern Europe'
              Monday, February 8
              2pm - 3:30pm
              Zoom

              Prof. Twomney (Saint Lawrence U.) will speak on "Othering Blackness: Ideas of Racial Difference in Medieval & Early Modern Europe'

              Monday, February 8, 2:00-3:20 pm

                Health Policy Journals Club meeting
                Monday, February 8
                5:30pm - 6:30pm
                Tyler Hall, VIRTUAL
                  Masters of Public Policy Info Session 
                  Tuesday, February 9
                  4pm
                  Tyler Hall, VIRTUAL

                  This session is open to all interested students, especially graduating seniors and graduate students interested in earning a master's degree in public policy at W&M. 

                  Virtual Road to Richmond
                  Wednesday, February 10
                  9am - 12pm
                  Virtual Zoom Event

                  The President’s Office and W&M Government Relations are proud to sponsor the 25th Annual Road to Richmond, in a virtual format. There will be remarks and Q&As from members of the VA General Assembly, the Governor’s Office, and a young W&M alumni panel. 


                    "The Life and Contributions of F.A. Hayek": Lecture by Professor Bruce Caldwell
                    Wednesday, February 10
                    1pm - 2pm
                    Law School, Virtual

                    The Center for the Study of Law and Markets will host a lecture by Professor Bruce Caldwell.  He is Research Professor of Economics and Director, Center for the History of Political Economy, at Duke University.

                      Geo Seminar: Particles, turbulence, and why we care: applying fluid mechanics to global questions
                      Wednesday, February 10
                      4pm
                      Location not specified

                      Welcome back everyone! Join us on 2/10 at 4PM  for the first virtual seminar of 2021 presented by PhD student Teri Oehmke from UC Berkeley with a seminar on fluid mechanics (full title next page) | Click the event title to contact Brent Owens to attend!

                        Spring Break Day 1 - no classes
                        Friday, February 12
                        All day
                        Location not specified

                        Spring Break Day 1

                          Administrative Law in Transition: Changes to Expect in the Biden Administration
                          Friday, February 12
                          1pm - 2pm
                          Law School, Zoom

                          Come join the Institute of Bill of Rights Law for the 2021 Professor Charles Koch Administrative Law Forum featuring Professors Peter Shane, Kristin Hickman, and Nick Bagley, in a discussion on what to expect in the Biden Administration.

                          Charter Day Adventure Race
                          Friday, February 12
                          1pm - 5pm
                          Virtual

                          Embark on a Charter Day Adventure Race, completing challenges, following clues and solving puzzles inspired by William & Mary's history and culture. Current students may join the adventure virtually from anywhere!

                          Online graduation application opens for 2022
                          Monday, February 15
                          All day
                          Location not specified

                          Online graduation application opens for 2022

                            Virtual seminar with Department of Defense: Sponsored by JQAS at W&M
                            Tuesday, February 16
                            7pm - 8pm
                            Zoom

                            On February 16th at 7pm Department of Defense recruiter, James Dillon, will lead a workshop on how to improve your chances of obtaining one of the DoD’s dozens of internships, fellowships, and permanent positions. Read more and REGISTER here

                            Susan Neiman on Learning from the Germans: Race and the Memory of Evil 
                            Wednesday, February 17
                            11am - 12:30pm
                            Zoom: https://cwm.zoom.us/j/9878789418 Please contact rsleve@wm.edu for the passcode

                            A conversation with philosopher and essayist Susan Neiman on her book Learning from the Germans: Race and the Memory of Evil, published in 2019, which asks what Americans can learn from Germans about confronting the evils of the past. 

                              Anthropology Brown Bag: "Focused: A Century of Virginia Indian Resistance"
                              Wednesday, February 17
                              12pm
                              Zoom

                              An overview of the new special exhibition at the Jamestown Settlement Museum by Luke J. Pecoraro, Ph.D., Director of Curatorial Services at the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation. Please contact Joni Carlson [[w|jdcarlson]] for Zoom link. 

                                “The Hill We Climb”—Join A Community Conversation on Inaugural Poetry
                                Wednesday, February 17
                                7pm - 8pm
                                https://cwm.zoom.us/my/arthur.knight

                                The English Department invites you to join a conversation reflecting on Amanda Gorman’s performance of her poem, “The Hill We Climb,” at the recent Presidential inauguration.

                                  The Untethered: Homecoming 2020
                                  Thursday, February 18 - Sunday, February 21
                                  Virtual

                                  The Untethered, a troupe of BIPOC Theatre alumni, present their new work in "Homecoming”. This never-before-seen live online event series features performances of song, dance, spoken word and monodrama.

                                    Sustaina-bite: Pandemics & Sustainability
                                    Thursday, February 18
                                    12pm - 1pm
                                    Online via Zoom

                                    How are pandemics like COVID linked to conservation, equity, and governance?

                                    The New Political Landscape: Extremism, Democracy, and Complacency
                                    Thursday, February 18
                                    12pm - 1pm
                                    ZOOM

                                    What has changed in the last four years in the U.S., in Germany, and in their relationship with each other? How do we account for the rise of right-wing political groups in both Germany and the U.S. 


                                      Decolonization is not a Metaphor: Decolonizing Humanities and MLL Faculty Discussion
                                      Thursday, February 18
                                      3:30pm - 5pm
                                      Zoom

                                      Decolonization is not a Metaphor: Faculty Discussion with Modern Language and Literature Dept. 

                                      We will discuss Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang. “Decolonisation is Not a Metaphor" and Patrick Wolfe, “Settler Colonialism and the Elimination of the Native."


                                      Law School Application Workshop
                                      Thursday, February 18
                                      6pm - 7:30pm
                                      Zoom: https://cwm.zoom.us/j/91300917873

                                      Law School Application Workshop

                                        Asian Centennial Film Series presents FAR EAST DEEP SOUTH by Larissa Lam
                                        Friday, February 19
                                        11am - 1:30pm
                                        Streaming via Registration

                                        To kick off the Asian Centennial at W&M commemorating the admission of Chen Pu-Kao, the first Chinese, Asian, and student of color so far on record, the Asian, Pacific, and Middle Eastern Film Series presents Larissa Lam's film "Far East Deep South."

                                        Seas to Skies: Geospatial Tools for Conservation Applications
                                        Friday, February 19
                                        1pm - 2pm
                                        Zoom

                                        This talk will focus on how I used the tools and skills I learned in the CGA at The Nature Conservancy and National Audubon Society. 

                                          Imagining the Future of Law and Neuroscience: William & Mary Law Review Symposium
                                          Friday, February 19 - Saturday, February 20
                                          1pm - 1pm
                                          Law School, Zoom

                                          On Friday afternoon and Saturday morning, Feb. 19th-20th, the William & Mary Law Review will host renowned scholars from around the world for a discussion of how advances in neuroscience can and should influence our constantly evolving legal system.

                                          Biology Seminar - Dr. Anne-Claude Gingas
                                          Friday, February 19
                                          4pm - 5pm
                                          Integrated Science Center (ISC), Zoom on-line seminar

                                          Life cycle of SARS-CoV-2 viewed through the lens of proximity proteomics

                                            Physics Colloquium - Dr. Luisa Rebull
                                            Friday, February 19
                                            4pm - 5pm
                                            Zoom

                                            Dr. Luisa Rebull - Caltech/IPAC, Title of Talk:  Stellar Rotation in Young Clusters using K2 and TESS

                                            Getting Through and Accelerating Beyond
                                            Monday, February 22
                                            12pm - 1pm
                                            Online

                                            As both young professionals and experienced industry leaders alike look forward to a more prosperous 2021, what lessons can they utilize from the past year of constant adaptation?

                                            Revolution and Counter-Revolution: How Political Islam Became the Enemy: Professor Tamara Sonn
                                            Wednesday, February 24
                                            4pm - 5:15pm
                                            Law School, Virtual

                                            Professor Sonn is Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor in the History of Islam and Director of the Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University. RSVP for Zoom information.


                                              Race and Belonging: Reconceptualizing American Democracy (Prof. Guy-Uriel Charles, Duke)
                                              Thursday, February 25
                                              1pm - 2pm
                                              Law School, Virtual

                                              Professor Guy-Uriel Charles will present the 2021 Cutler Lecture. He is currently the Edward and Ellen Schwarzman Professor of Law at Duke Law School.  Admission is free and all are welcome.

                                              Tepper Speaker Series - Spring 2021
                                              Thursday, February 25 - Thursday, March 11
                                              5pm - 5pm
                                              TBD, ZOOM - https://cwm.zoom.us/j/7171600647

                                              The Russian and Post - Soviet Studies Program invites you to the Tepper Speaker Series: Global Russia.

                                                Transparent System Introspection
                                                Friday, February 26
                                                12pm - 1pm
                                                McGlothlin-Street Hall, online

                                                Speaker: Dr. Kevin Leach, Postdoctoral Research Scientist and Lecturer at the University of Michigan.

                                                  Justice Along Borders: Social Justice and Its Intersections with Law, Immigration, and Human Rights
                                                  Friday, February 26 - Saturday, February 27
                                                  12pm - 3:30pm
                                                  Law School, Zoom

                                                  The William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice presents its annual symposium -- Justice Along Borders: Social Justice and Its Intersection Between Law, Immigration, and Human Rights. 

                                                  Brown Bag: Bushwhack Bonanza! - Metamorphosed Ultramafic Rocks in the Central Piedmont by Nick Vaka
                                                  Friday, February 26
                                                  12:05pm
                                                  Location not specified

                                                  Join us for Nick Vaka's brown bag presentation: Bushwhack Bonanza! — Metamorphosed Ultramafic Rocks in the Central Piedmont. | Click on the event title for info on getting the Zoom link to attend!

                                                    StoryMap Updates
                                                    Friday, February 26
                                                    1pm
                                                    Zoom

                                                    ESRI has updated StoryMaps! Tune in to learn about the new features they have added and how to use them. 

                                                      The 2021 Fauvel Lecture in French & Francophone Studies: Prof. Heng (U.Texas)
                                                      Friday, February 26
                                                      3:30pm - 5pm
                                                      Zoom

                                                      Prof. Geraldine Heng (U. Texas) will give the 2021 Fauvel Lecture on "Teaching Early Global Literatures: Worlding the World, Traveling the World."

                                                      Zoom link: https://cwm.zoom.us/s/6281668144

                                                      Meeting ID: 628 166 8144

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