Collaborative SciArt Gallery
Thursday, April 1 - Saturday, May 15
https://sites.google.com/email.wm.edu/sciart-gallery

Virtual art gallery blending science and art perspectives

Art and Culture in Germany and the U.S.
Thursday, April 1
12pm - 1pm
Zoom

THURSDAY, April 1, 2021 @ 12pm EST – 1:00 PM EST

Art and Culture in Germany and the U.S.

    Becoming an EMT - Information Panel
    Thursday, April 1
    4:30pm - 5:30pm
    Cohen Career Center, Virtual
      The Sara & Jess 2021 Cloud Lecturer: Juana María Rodríguez
      Thursday, April 1
      5pm
      Tucker Hall, Online

      The Department of English presents Juana María Rodríguez as the 2021 Sara and Jess Cloud Lecturer.  She will be speaking on Mujeres Públicas: Biopolitics, Portraiture, and the Poetics of Puta Life.

        W&M Community Uniting Against Asian Hate
        Thursday, April 1
        8pm - 9:30pm
        Zoom

        Are you a student who identifies as Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern/Southwest Asian? A student of color or otherwise marginalized? An ally?

        Please Join Us for W&M COMMUNITY UNITING AGAINST ASIAN HATE

        Thursday, April 1 at 8 p.m. ET

        Abducted
        Friday, April 2 - Sunday, April 4
        Kimball Theatre, Virtual Event

        "Abducted" is a new original musical created by Zoë Bowen Smith, with a book and lyrics by Zoë Bowen Smith and music by Luke Hemmingson. 
        Indigenous Story Maps and UNESCO World Heritage
        Friday, April 2
        1pm
        Zoom

        Maps used for the management of UNESCO World Heritage sites served bureaucratic resource management. However, maps offer an opportunity to represent associative cultural landscapes, intangible cultural elements, and the geographies of Indigenous peoples. 

          Life after W&M: Advice, Discussion and Perspective: Chemistry Alumni Panel & Department Seminar
          Friday, April 2
          3pm - 4pm
          Zoom Event

          Where will your Tribe Chemistry degree take you? Learn from Alumni who have moved into industry, medicine, education, and more!

            "Raft Debate: Physics Edition" 
            Friday, April 2
            4pm
            Zoom

            "Raft Debate: Physics Edition" 
            Zoom Link: https://cwm.zoom.us/j/94225793425?pwd=RDQ2QVc3TjJod0MyejY0cXkyRmR3dz09

            Abducted: A New Musical
            Friday, April 2
            7pm
            Virtual

            "Abducted" is a new original musical created by Zoë Bowen Smith '21.

            Quirky, heartfelt, and mysterious, "Abducted" tells the story of Avery and Mia, two college-age women who happen to be abducted by a group of eccentric aliens.

            Take Back the Net: A Virtual Evening of Support for Virginia's Survivors of College Sexual Assault 
            Friday, April 2
            7pm - 9pm
            tiny url.com/tbtn2021

            College students, sexual assault response coordinators, prevention specialists, counselors, and allies from across the Commonwealth will come together for this amazing evening of hope and healing

            Closed captioning and ASL interpretation provided.

            Military Wellness Symposium
            Saturday, April 3
            9am - 1pm
            Location not specified

            MILITARY LEADERSHIP: PRIORITIZING PEOPLE

            Join our panel of experts and distinguished guests as we discuss overcoming the three corrosives (Sexual Assault, Suicide and Extremism) to secure the wellbeing of our Veterans and Servicemembers.

            Journey to God's Face / El Viaje a la Carita de Dios
            Saturday, April 3
            6pm - 7pm
            Streaming via Registration

            JOURNEY TO GOD’S FACE is a virtual bilingual theatre tour experience of Quito, Ecuador. Performed by Quito Eterno.

            Abducted: A New Musical
            Saturday, April 3
            7pm
            Virtual

            "Abducted" is a new original musical created by Zoë Bowen Smith '21. 

            Quirky, heartfelt, and mysterious, "Abducted" tells the story of Avery and Mia, two college-age women who happen to be abducted by a group of eccentric aliens.

            Abducted: A New Musical
            Sunday, April 4
            7pm
            Virtual

            "Abducted" is a new original musical created by Zoë Bowen Smith '21.

            Quirky, heartfelt, and mysterious, "Abducted" tells the story of Avery and Mia, two college-age women who happen to be abducted by a group of eccentric aliens.

            Spring Break Day 4 - no classes for undergraduates
            Tuesday, April 6
            All day
            Location not specified

            Spring Break Day for undergraduates 

              Spring Break Day 5 - no classes for undergraduates
              Wednesday, April 7
              All day
              Location not specified

              Spring Break Day for undergraduates

                Bellini/Decolonizing Humanities Events:  Poetry Event
                Thursday, April 8
                3:30pm - 5pm
                Zoom meeting: Link to be provided

                Don't miss this public event with poets Oscar Guardiola-Rivera, Azad Sharma, and Juana Goengen, hosted by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures as part of the Bellini Colloquium series.

                Poetry That Re/Decenters: Poets Juana Iris Goergen, Azad Ashim Sharma, Oscar Guardiola-Rivera  
                Thursday, April 8
                3:30pm - 5pm
                Washington Hall, Room 236

                Poetry That Re/Decenters with Poets:

                Juana Iris Goergen (Puerto Rico),  Azad Ashim Sharma (UK), & Oscar Guardiola-Rivera (Colombia) read  their poetry.

                Moderated by Prof. Emily Wilcox (Chinese) with translation by Prof. Silvia Tandeciarz (Hispanic Studies).


                Centennial Conversation with U.S. Representative Bobby Scott
                Thursday, April 8
                5pm - 6pm
                Law School, Online

                Join our long-serving Representative to Congress who will share his plans for education, criminal justice, healthcare and labor reform.

                Silence
                Friday, April 9 - Sunday, April 11
                Kimball Theatre, Virtual Event

                A play which explore the origins of sadness and joy in sexual relationships, 'Silence' is a brilliant experiment with the language of desire, and the terrible gulf of silence between what we say and what we want. Directed by student Ivy He. 

                Interdisciplinary Photography Exhibit: "And still, movement"
                Friday, April 9 - Sunday, June 6
                12pm - 4pm
                Muscarelle Museum of Art, Visit in person Wednesdays through Fridays or visit virtually at link to be provided soon

                This photography exhibit in the downstairs Spigel Gallery at the Muscarelle Museum of Art was curated by students interested in the intersections of art and science.

                Brown Bag: Quantifying vegetation composition in the College Woods using phytoliths - Tim Terlizzi
                Friday, April 9
                12:05pm
                Location not specified

                Join us for Tim Terlizzi's Brown Bag presentation titled: Quantifying the composition of vegetation within the W&M College Woods using phytoliths | Click on the event title for info on getting the Zoom link to attend!

                  MLL Spring Research Showcase: Lab-based Research (Prof. Rachel Varra and Prof. Paul Vierthaler).
                  Friday, April 9
                  2pm - 3pm
                  Zoom

                  Join Dr. Paul Vierthaler (Chinese Studies) and Dr. Rachel Varra (Hispanic Studies) remotely to learn more about lab- and team-based research happening with language and linguistics at William & Mary. 

                  Sociology Department Social Justice Policy Initiative
                  Friday, April 9
                  2pm - 3pm
                  Location not specified

                  W&M Undergraduate Research Symposium

                  Sociology department

                  Social Justice Policy Initiative

                    Victoria Cooper, Computer Science - Pre-Defense
                    Friday, April 9
                    2pm - 3pm
                    McGlothlin-Street Hall, zoom

                    Victoria Cooper, Computer Science - Pre-Defense
                    Title: Data-Driven Reflectance Estimation under Natural Lighting
                    Advisor: Dr. Pieter Peer
                    Location:  Zoom  meeting

                      Immersive Conservation Mural Pitch Competition
                      Friday, April 9
                      2pm - 3:30pm
                      Zoom webinar
                      Interdisciplinary teams of W&M students will pitch ideas for a mural and a corresponding Augmented Reality experience designed to engage the Williamsburg community in meaningful conservation action. Winning teams will implement the mural in fall 2021.
                      The Visual Politics of Africa-China Relations by Tara Mock,  University of Alabama
                      Friday, April 9
                      3pm
                      Zoom - please register

                      The Visual Politics of Africa-China Relations by Tara Mock, Assistant Professor, Africana Studies, the Honors College at the University of Alabama

                      The Science Behind Dementia & a Celebration of Professor Coleman's 50th year!
                      Friday, April 9
                      3pm - 4:30pm
                      Zoom Webinar

                      Professor Coleman's Seminar "The Science Behind Dementia"

                      will be followed by a Chemistry Department 

                      Celebration of his 50 years at W&M!

                      Biology Department Honors Research Showcase
                      Friday, April 9
                      4pm
                      Zoom Online Event

                      2021 Honors Student Research Showcase celebrating the work of our graduating students. In this symposium, students will give previews of their thesis work with short "three minute thesis" -style presentations. 

                      European Studies Annual Research Conference
                      Friday, April 9 - Saturday, April 10
                      4pm - 1pm
                      TBD

                      Friday, April 9th, 4 pm: keynote address by Professor Engerman (Yale University): "The Global Cold War from Near and Far"
                      Saturday, April 10th, 9:30am - 10:30: student panels on the Global Cold War

                      Contact gxpaci@wm.edu for Zoom link.


                      The Health Law & Policy Society Symposium : "A Snapshot of Health Law"
                      Saturday, April 10
                      10:30am - 3pm
                      Law School, https://cwm.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAsde2hrTwoEtFqq5M2tZMphutKpuPSQKXf

                      Please join The Health Law and Policy Society for our first annual Symposium: "A Snapshot of Health Law" on April 10, 2021 (10:30am -3:00pm). Register in advance for this meeting: https://cwm.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAsde2hrTwoEtFqq5M2tZMphutKpuPSQKXf 


                      Fall schedule adjustment begins
                      Monday, April 12
                      All day
                      Location not specified

                      Fall schedule adjustment period begins

                        Anthropology Final Dissertation: Josué Nieves
                        Monday, April 12
                        9:30am - 10:30am
                        Zoom

                        Josué Nieves, a MA/PhD student, will present his final dissertation. 

                          Ruiqin Tian, Computer Science - Final Dissertation Defense [Zoom]
                          Monday, April 12
                          2pm - 4pm
                          McGlothlin-Street Hall, Zoom

                          Ruiqin Tian, Computer Science - Final Dissertation Defense
                          Title: Performance Optimization with an Integrated View of Compiler and Application Knowledge
                          Advisor: Dr. Bin Ren
                          Location: Zoom Online Meeting   Password: 644004


                            One Tribe One Day
                            Tuesday, April 13
                            All day
                            Around the world

                            On April 13, 2021, the William & Mary community will come together for one incredible day to give back and pay it forward. Every gift to any area, no matter the size, makes a difference and helps unlock challenges that increase the impact of your gift.

                              W&M China Initiative: View Across the University
                              Tuesday, April 13
                              12pm
                              Zoom

                              For OTOD: At W&M we strive to understand and change the world through collaborative research. Join us for a discussion highlighting the cultural, economic and political implications of the new administration as it relates to China. 


                              OTOD Event: Engaging W&M Students in Conservation & Justice at Highland
                              Tuesday, April 13
                              12pm - 1pm
                              Location not specified

                              This panel discussion will focus on a new student-led vision for William & Mary’s 535-acre campus at James Monroe’s Highland.

                                Why Economists Use Imaginary Worlds: The Coase Theorem and Why Law Matters
                                Tuesday, April 13
                                1pm - 2pm
                                Law School, Virtual

                                The Center for the Study of Law and Markets will host a lecture by Steven G. Medema, Research Professor of Economics at Duke University, titled "Why Do Economists Use Imaginary Worlds? What the Coase Theorem Tells Us About Why Law Matters.”  

                                Study Abroad, Then & Now
                                Tuesday, April 13
                                7pm
                                Zoom

                                For OTOD: Study Abroad, Then & Now


                                One Tribe One Day – Arts & Sciences: Collaborative Student-Faculty Research Teams
                                Tuesday, April 13
                                7pm - 8pm
                                Location not specified

                                Collaborative, interdisciplinary research teams in the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities attack society’s knotty problems. At this event we will meet and feature several such faculty and student teams.

                                  Conservation in Action: Student Conservation Research Proposal Presentations
                                  Wednesday, April 14
                                  2pm - 4pm
                                  Zoom webinar

                                  W&M undergraduate students in the 2021 Conservation Research Program will be presenting their applied research proposals. Students in this program work alongside conservation partners and faculty mentors on research that advances conservation outcomes.

                                  Reaching Out & Leaning In 4
                                  Thursday, April 15 - Sunday, April 18
                                  Virtual

                                  Reaching Out and Leaning In IV is the fourth and final concert of William & Mary Dance Program’s 2020-2021 season. Dance Minors and Orchesis student choreographers explore and develop original work performed by William & Mary students.

                                  Asian American Plural: The Three Continents of Abeer Hoque's "Olive Witch" (Asian Centennial Event)
                                  Thursday, April 15
                                  9:30am - 10:45am
                                  Digital Streaming

                                  Nigerian-born Bangladeshi American writer and photographer Abeer Hoque presents the finale conversation in Asian American Plural: Literature Across Borders series, curated by Dr. R. Benedito Ferrao for the Asian Centennial. 

                                  The New Normal: Education in Germany and the U.S. Now
                                  Thursday, April 15
                                  12pm - 1pm
                                  Zoom

                                  The New Normal of Education!?

                                  Please click the link below to join the webinar:

                                  https://umw-sso.zoom.us/j/82938173605?pwd=amxOMzE3QkZNR1NQM21JQ3hYT0VuUT09

                                  Passcode: 214575


                                    Academic Excellence: Undergraduate Research Showcase
                                    Thursday, April 15
                                    4pm - 6pm
                                    Online
                                    Hear from current students conducting research from a variety of different academic disciplines. 
                                      Election Law Society Symposium: The Future of the Voting Rights Act
                                      Thursday, April 15
                                      5pm - 6:15pm
                                      Law School, Virtual

                                      The 2021 Election Law Society Symposium will examine the role of the Voting Rights Act (VRA) in the 2020 election and its potential reform going forward both as a tool to address voting rules and districting maps that harm minority voters.

                                      Soirée sociale
                                      Thursday, April 15
                                      6:30pm - 9:30pm
                                      Sunken Garden

                                      French & Francophone Studies is hosting a fireside social on April 15th, 6:30-9:30 pm.

                                      Students and faculty will be gathering around a fire pit in the Sunken Garden (in front of Tyler Hall).

                                      Come for some conversation, music, and a moment to relax!

                                        The Patrick Hayes Writers Series presents Alicia Mountain
                                        Thursday, April 15
                                        7pm
                                        Tucker Hall, Online

                                        Alicia Mountain's debut poetry collection, High Ground Coward, won the Iowa Poetry Prize, and she is also the author of Thin Fire. 

                                        NATO Cyber Defence: A Decade of Opportunities and Challenges
                                        Friday, April 16
                                        8am - 10am
                                        Location not specified

                                        William & Mary, NATO CCDCOE, and King’s College London are pleased to invite you to the sideline event of the NATO Cyber Defence Pledge conference 2021.

                                        Spring Symposium - Evolving Jurisprudence in International Courts, Tribunals and Human Rights Bodies
                                        Friday, April 16
                                        9am - 12pm
                                        Zoom

                                        If you are interested in pursuing international law or merely want to increase your exposure to systems of law other than our own, join CLSS and others for the 2021 Spring Symposium on April 16!

                                        Symposium: Evolving Jurisprudence in International Courts, Tribunals and Human Rights Bodies
                                        Friday, April 16
                                        9am - 12pm
                                        Law School, Virtual

                                        The Center for Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding , the Comparative Legal Student Scholars, and the Reves Center for International Studies will host a symposium on Friday, April 16. 


                                        APIA Centennial Banh Mi Lecture presents: Filipino Nurses at the Postcolonial Prelude, 1911 – 1946
                                        Friday, April 16
                                        12pm - 1pm
                                        Zoom - please register

                                        Asian and Pacific Islander Bahn Mi presents: Filipino Nurses at the Postcolonial Prelude, 1911 – 1946: A History of Mobility and Racialization to and from Seattle


                                        Anna Schmedding, Computer Science - Thesis Defense
                                        Friday, April 16
                                        12pm - 1pm
                                        McGlothlin-Street Hall, zoom

                                        Anna Schmedding, Computer Science - Thesis Defense
                                        Title: Epidemic Spread Modeling for COVID-19 Using Hard Data
                                        Advisor: Dr. Evgenia Smirni


                                          Dr. Nathanael Andrade (SUNY, Binghamton)
                                          Friday, April 16
                                          1pm - 3pm
                                          Location not specified

                                          Dr. Nathanael Andrade (SUNY, Binghamton)

                                            Geospatial Research Symposium
                                            Friday, April 16
                                            1pm - 4pm
                                            Zoom

                                            Join the Center for Geospatial Analysis and Institute for Integrative Conservation for the 3rd annual Geospatial Research Symposium, a part of undergraduate research month. 

                                              Roundtable on Gender-neutral Language in the Foreign Language Classroom
                                              Friday, April 16
                                              2pm - 3pm
                                              Zoom

                                              The Modern Languages & Literatures department is hosting a gender-neutral language roundtable discussion on Friday, April 16 from 2:00-3:00PM. 

                                              Zoom: https://cwm.zoom.us/s/94707512094

                                              Hindi Hauntology in Post-Liberalization Kolkata by Rahul Bjørn Parson
                                              Friday, April 16
                                              3pm
                                              Zoom - please register

                                              Hindi Hauntology in Post-Liberalization Kolkata by Rahul Bjørn Parson, Assistant Professor, South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley


                                              Chemistry on Ice: Shedding Light on Arctic Halogen Photochemistry
                                              Friday, April 16
                                              3pm - 4pm
                                              Zoom Event

                                              Dr. Kerri Pratt, Chemistry professor at the University of Michigan, presents her research to measure the complex chemistry of trace gases, aerosols, and snow in the Arctic.

                                                Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference
                                                Saturday, April 17 - Sunday, April 18
                                                TBD

                                                The 11th annual undergraduate Philosophy conference will be held Apr. 17th and 18th via Zoom. Papers were anonymously refereed by W&M students. See the program and whom to contact at MORE INFORMATION!

                                                  Senior Research Saturday with the Geology Department
                                                  Saturday, April 17
                                                  9am - 4pm
                                                  Location not specified

                                                  Come join us for Senior Research Saturday! Click for more info on viewing.

                                                    Virginia Area Linguistics (VALING) Conference 
                                                    Saturday, April 17
                                                    9am - 5pm
                                                    Virtual

                                                    VALING is an undergraduate-exclusive conference on Linguistics hosted by William & Mary. The conference will feature presentations from W&M students and other students across VA and the mid-Atlantic region. The event is FREE for all to attend!

                                                    Fall Registration for Continuing Graduate Students
                                                    Monday, April 19 - Thursday, July 1
                                                    Stetson House

                                                    The Office of Graduate Studies and Research REQUIRES all returning A&S graduate students to register by July 1.

                                                      SciArt Virtual Gallery live component - open discussion with visiting artists and scientists
                                                      Monday, April 19
                                                      7pm - 8:30pm
                                                      https://cwm.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUld-6gqz4tGdCvX75tNWObqL9kiLtb8q2D

                                                      Join our SciArt participants as they continue their interdisciplinary discussion of art and STEM with distinguished artists and scientists Dr. Adam Summers, Yvette Kaiser-Smith, and Dr. David Goodsell.

                                                      Research Showcase
                                                      Tuesday, April 20
                                                      4:30pm - 6pm
                                                      Register for Zoom link

                                                      Students will present research highlights and key takeaways from the past year of work. Join peers, faculty, and alumni to celebrate students' outstanding contributions and to learn more about their pertinent findings.

                                                      Physicians Panel
                                                      Tuesday, April 20
                                                      6pm - 7pm
                                                      Zoom ID: 98893604944

                                                      Physicians Panel hosted by Minorities in Medicine. Panel Members will be: Dr. Alexander Aboka (Orthopedic Surgeon) 6:00-6:30 and Dr. Iréne Mathieu (Pediatrician) 6:30-7:00. Come learn about their paths, careers, and have your questions answered! 

                                                      Sharpe:  Community Mapping Project (Community Health Team)
                                                      Tuesday, April 20
                                                      7pm - 8pm
                                                      ZOOM
                                                      Sharpe Community Mapping Project (Community Health Team)
                                                      Anthropology Dissertation Defense: Josué Nieves, Archaeological History of Indigenous Households
                                                      Wednesday, April 21
                                                      9:30am - 10:30am
                                                      Zoom

                                                      Josué Nieves, a MA/PhD student, will present his final dissertation. Please email Joni Carlson [[jdcarlson]] for Zoom link. 

                                                        Sharpe:  Community Mapping Project (Neighborhoods Team)
                                                        Wednesday, April 21
                                                        11am - 12pm
                                                        ZOOM

                                                        Sharpe:  Community Mapping Project (Neighborhoods Team)

                                                          Victoria Cooper, Computer Science - Dissertation Defense
                                                          Wednesday, April 21
                                                          11am - 1pm
                                                          McGlothlin-Street Hall, zoom

                                                          Victoria Cooper, Computer Science - Dissertation Defense
                                                          Title: Data-Driven Reflectance Estimation under Natural Lighting
                                                          Advisor: Dr. Pieter Peer
                                                          Zoom meeting


                                                            Anthropology Grad Student Collective Speaker: Dr. Eichner, "Laundress (Her) Stories at Fort Davis"
                                                            Wednesday, April 21
                                                            12pm - 1pm
                                                            Zoom

                                                            Dr. Katrina Eichner of the University of Idaho will present the Anthropology Graduate Student Collective Brown Bag titled "About Face: Laundress (Her) Stories at Fort Davis, Texas." Please email Joni Carlson [[jdcarlson]] for Zoom link. 

                                                              Geo Seminar: Will saving forests save our water?
                                                              Wednesday, April 21
                                                              4pm
                                                              Location not specified

                                                              Join us on 4/21 at 4PM for the final virtual seminar of Spring presented by PhD candidate Charles Scaife from UVA with a seminar titled "Will saving forests save our water?" | Click the event title to contact Brent Owens to attend!

                                                                Anthropology Dissertation Defense: Christopher Crain, An Assessment of Violence as Social Control
                                                                Wednesday, April 21
                                                                4pm - 5pm
                                                                Zoom

                                                                Christopher Crain will present a defense of his dissertation. Please email Joni Carlson jdcarlson@wm.edu for Zoom link. 

                                                                  STEM Undergraduate Research Proposal Showdown
                                                                  Wednesday, April 21
                                                                  5pm - 6:30pm
                                                                  Zoom link: https://cwm.zoom.us/j/91074541670 Meeting ID: 910 7454 1670

                                                                  A panel of judges will pick the $5000 grand prize winning research proposal for summer research in a STEM field.

                                                                  Sustainability Symposium Event 2: A Closer Look with Winona LaDuke
                                                                  Wednesday, April 21
                                                                  6pm - 7:30pm
                                                                  Zoom Webinar and Breakout Sessions

                                                                  Understanding our Interconnectedness: A keynote with Winona LaDuke, Native American environmentalist and political activist, on the importance of connecting with your local communities and ecosystems to the benefit of the future and world. 

                                                                  Virtual Non Majors Art Exhibition 
                                                                  Thursday, April 22 - Saturday, April 24
                                                                  VIRTUAL - Displayed in Swem Library 4/22-24, 5-8pm and 4/24, 11-2pm

                                                                  Spring 2021 Virtual Non Majors Art Exhibition

                                                                  On display in the Swem Library 4/22-24 from 5-8pm and 4/24 from 11-2pm

                                                                    Applied Science Dissertation Defense - Peiwen Liu
                                                                    Thursday, April 22
                                                                    3:30pm - 5pm
                                                                    Integrated Science Center (ISC), #0280
                                                                    Undergraduate Bioengineering/Synthetic Biology showcase
                                                                    Thursday, April 22
                                                                    4pm - 6pm
                                                                    https://cwm.zoom.us/j/96233911403 or Meeting ID:962 3391 1403

                                                                    Join us for an engaging exploration of BioEngineering and Synthetic Biology initiatives at W&M that will entail ongoing student research opportunities, our award winning iGEM team, and a trivia contest with prizes! 

                                                                    Are YOU Interested in Research?
                                                                    Thursday, April 22
                                                                    5pm - 6pm
                                                                    Zoom Event

                                                                    Are YOU Interested in Undergraduate Research? 

                                                                    Learn how to get in a STEM Lab & what some of the W&M Chemistry labs do!

                                                                      Careers in Public Health Panel
                                                                      Thursday, April 22
                                                                      5:30pm - 7pm
                                                                      Cohen Career Center, Virtual
                                                                        Asian Centennial Film Series: Shusenjo, a documentary Film by Miki Dezaki
                                                                        Thursday, April 22
                                                                        7pm
                                                                        Streaming via Registration

                                                                        SHUSENJO: The Main Battleground of the Comfort Women Issue A Documentary Film by Miki Dezaki

                                                                        7PM-10PM Thursday, April 22, 2021: Group Screening & After-Film Q&A Filmmaker Conversation with Professors Tomoyuki Sasaki and Eric Han

                                                                        Towards understanding long-term impacts of indigenous agriculture on soils: Hawai`i as a model system
                                                                        Thursday, April 22
                                                                        7pm
                                                                        Zoom

                                                                        Please join us for a talk by  Dr. Noa Kekuewa Lincoln, The University of Hawai`i - Manoa  titled "Towards understanding long-term impacts of indigenous agriculture on soils: Hawai`i as a model system"

                                                                          Biomath seminar on undergraduate research
                                                                          Friday, April 23
                                                                          12pm - 12:50pm
                                                                          Zoom
                                                                          Wei Wang (CAMS Math Bio 2022) will present "Within-host model of polio virus control by defective interfering particles and interferon," and we'll briefly discuss biomath research opportunities at W&M.
                                                                            Seize the Awkward (with SA and Wellness Ambassadors)
                                                                            Friday, April 23
                                                                            1pm - 4pm
                                                                            Sunken Garden, Wren side
                                                                            Join our Seize the Awkward event and have a conversation about mental health and suicide prevention on our campus. Snacks and stickers will be provided. Feel free to drop by and engage in conversations with others on mental health issues. 
                                                                            Ancient Religion: a senior colloquium in Classical Studies
                                                                            Friday, April 23
                                                                            1pm - 5pm
                                                                            Zoom

                                                                            Eleven seniors in Classical Studies will present their research projects on the theme of "Ancient Religion," with a keynote address by Prof. Jessica Stephens.

                                                                            MLL Honors Theses Research Showcase
                                                                            Friday, April 23
                                                                            2pm - 4pm
                                                                            Zoom

                                                                            Join us to learn from 8 Honors Students in Modern Languages and Literatures about their research projects!

                                                                            Are YOU interested in research? Join us for Chem faculty research lab highlights.
                                                                            Friday, April 23
                                                                            3pm - 4pm
                                                                            Zoom Event

                                                                            Chemistry Faculty ask, "Are YOU interested in UG research?"

                                                                            Highlights & pointers from Chem department faculty research labs.

                                                                              THE ASIAN CENTURY - AMES Colloquium Series
                                                                              Friday, April 23
                                                                              3:30pm - 4:30pm
                                                                              Zoom - please register

                                                                              THE ASIAN CENTURY - AMES Colloquium Series presents: "How Not To Be Secure: The Role of PMSCs in South Asian Security" by Sahar Khan

                                                                              Physics Colloquium - Dr. Andrea J. Welsh
                                                                              Friday, April 23
                                                                              4pm - 5pm
                                                                              Remote via Zoom

                                                                              Dr. Andrea J. Welsh, University of Pittsburgh,  Title of talk: Dealing with Mental Health as a Young Scientist

                                                                              Lecture: a spatial approach to the study of early modern European local political cultures
                                                                              Friday, April 23
                                                                              4:30pm - 5:30pm
                                                                              Zoom

                                                                              Prof. Angelo Torre (Università del Piemonte Orientale, Italy) will be speaking on "Space for the Commons: a spatial approach to the study of early modern European local political cultures" on Friday, April 23d, at 4:30 pm.

                                                                                RPSS Undergraduate Research Showcase
                                                                                Saturday, April 24
                                                                                2pm - 3:30pm
                                                                                Virtual Event

                                                                                We are delighted to share the program of our upcoming RPSS Undergraduate Research Showcase.
                                                                                RPSS students present their research in history, literary, and film studies.

                                                                                  The Russian Music Ensemble Spring Concert
                                                                                  Sunday, April 25
                                                                                  11am - 12pm
                                                                                  Wren Yard

                                                                                  Join us in celebrating the end of the semester with The Russian Music Ensemble Spring Concert

                                                                                    Spring Break Day 6 - no classes for undergraduates
                                                                                    Monday, April 26
                                                                                    All day
                                                                                    Location not specified

                                                                                    Spring Break Day for undergraduates

                                                                                      Are You Smarter Than A Professor?
                                                                                      Monday, April 26
                                                                                      5pm - 6pm
                                                                                      Zoom ID: 659 092 4695

                                                                                      A Jeopardy game show competition featuring W&M's finest professors versus W&M students! Tickets to participate are only $2. Venmo: @aemansour or CashApp: $minoritiesinmed You MUST pay BEFORE entry!

                                                                                      Zoom ID: 659 092 4695

                                                                                      Get your tickets!

                                                                                      Memorial To the Enslaved
                                                                                      Monday, April 26
                                                                                      7:30pm - 8:30pm
                                                                                      Wren Building, Wren Portico

                                                                                      Join us to honor those Enslaved by the university. 

                                                                                      "Echo Fragments" An Honors Thesis Exhibition by Iris Wu  
                                                                                      Tuesday, April 27 - Friday, April 30
                                                                                      Andrews Hall, Andrews Gallery

                                                                                      An Honors Thesis photography exhibition about the confrontation of time and memory by Senior Iris Wu  


                                                                                        Celebration of work by Louis Catron grant for Artistic Development recipients
                                                                                        Tuesday, April 27 - Saturday, May 15
                                                                                        9am - 6pm
                                                                                        https://www.wm.edu/as/charlescenter/student-research/research-month/catron-2021/index.php

                                                                                        Artistic works by each of the 2020 recipients of the Louis Catron grant for Artistic Development

                                                                                        Islamic Ethics as Environmental Justice
                                                                                        Tuesday, April 27
                                                                                        3:30pm - 5pm
                                                                                        https://rb.gy/fdbuxf

                                                                                        This virtual presentation will show how persistent issues about how to relate environmental law and ethics become legible through Muslim registers for environmental justice.

                                                                                        Project on International Peace and Security (PIPS) Research Symposium
                                                                                        Tuesday, April 27
                                                                                        4pm - 5:30pm
                                                                                        Location not specified

                                                                                        Each year, PIPS research fellows identify emerging international security issues and develop original policy recommendations to address those challenges. 

                                                                                        Asian Centennial and W&M Theatre: The Actors Arena or the business of acting in 2021, Session 1
                                                                                        Tuesday, April 27 - Thursday, April 29
                                                                                        7pm - 9pm
                                                                                        Virtual Event

                                                                                        THE ACTORS ARENA is a two-part master class series that educates on the ins and outs of pursuing a successful professional career in acting. April 27 & 29, 7-9pm. One on one monologue coaching available on a limited basis.

                                                                                        Composable, Sound Transformations for Nested Recursion and Loops
                                                                                        Wednesday, April 28
                                                                                        12pm - 1pm
                                                                                        McGlothlin-Street Hall, online

                                                                                        Speaker: Kirshanthan Sundararajah, Ph.D. Candidate in School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University

                                                                                          Poetry Reading: Voices from Iraq
                                                                                          Wednesday, April 28
                                                                                          4:30pm - 5:30pm
                                                                                          Washington Center, https://cwm.zoom.us/j/5607762942

                                                                                          In celebration of April as National Poetry Month, the Arabic dept. is hosting a reading of Iraqi poetry and music. 

                                                                                            Dance of the Orcas
                                                                                            Thursday, April 29 - Sunday, May 2
                                                                                            Virtual

                                                                                            In this stirring choreoritual of word, song and movement, Tahlequah, assisted by ancestral forces, journeys into a dark emotional abyss and learns the freedom which comes from letting go. A co-production with Christopher Newport University. 


                                                                                              Research Hang-out Hour Section 1
                                                                                              Thursday, April 29
                                                                                              4pm - 5pm
                                                                                              Zoom

                                                                                              Hang out with undergraduate researchers to learn more about their projects and ask questions about their research!

                                                                                              Research Hang-out Hour Section 2
                                                                                              Thursday, April 29
                                                                                              5pm - 6pm
                                                                                              Zoom

                                                                                              Hang out with undergraduate researchers to learn more about their projects and ask questions about their research!

                                                                                              Virtual Artist Talk, "Echo Fragments" An Honors Thesis Exhibition by Iris Wu  
                                                                                              Thursday, April 29
                                                                                              5pm - 6pm
                                                                                              VIRTUAL

                                                                                              "Echo Fragments" An Honors Thesis Exhibition by Iris Wu
                                                                                              5-6 p.m. virtual gallery talk and audience questions with the artist

                                                                                              Registration is required




                                                                                              Reception for "Echo Fragments" An Honors Thesis Exhibition by Iris Wu  
                                                                                              Thursday, April 29
                                                                                              6pm - 7pm
                                                                                              Andrews Hall, Andrews Gallery

                                                                                              Reception for Senior, Iris Wu, and her honors thesis photography exhibition about the confrontation of time and memory 


                                                                                                2021 W&M Student Literary Awards Virtual Ceremony
                                                                                                Thursday, April 29
                                                                                                7pm
                                                                                                Tucker Hall, Live on Crowdcast

                                                                                                Please join us on Thursday, April 29th at 7 PM for the 2021 W&M Student Literary Awards Virtual Ceremony. 

                                                                                                Application Deadline:  Fellowships for Unpaid/Low-Paid Summer Policy Internships
                                                                                                Friday, April 30
                                                                                                All day
                                                                                                Chancellors Hall (formerly Tyler Hall), Room 421

                                                                                                W&M's Public Policy Program and the Schroeder Center for Health Policy provide financial support for selected Public Policy majors who are considering unpaid or low paid policy internships. 

                                                                                                  Withdrawal period ends
                                                                                                  Friday, April 30
                                                                                                  All day
                                                                                                  Location not specified

                                                                                                  Last day to withdraw from a full-term course

                                                                                                    Lidar Remote Sensing for Earth Science Applications
                                                                                                    Friday, April 30
                                                                                                    1pm
                                                                                                    Zoom

                                                                                                    Dr. Barton-Grimley is a remote sensing Instrument Scientist at the NASA Langley Research Center. This talk gives a brief overview lidar and its working principals, geographic registration and data reduction, examples of the resulting data products. 

                                                                                                    Pulitzer Center and W&M Journalism Seminar Collaboration Presentations
                                                                                                    Friday, April 30
                                                                                                    3pm - 4pm
                                                                                                    Zoom

                                                                                                    Join the students of the 2020-2021 Sharp Journalism Seminar as they present their year-long, investigative reporting stories. 

                                                                                                    Responsibilities of History: Understanding the “Comfort Women” Controversy Between Japan & Korea
                                                                                                    Friday, April 30
                                                                                                    3pm - 4pm
                                                                                                    Zoom

                                                                                                    A conversation with Eric Han and Tomoyuki Sasaki about the ongoing "comfort women" controversy. Please RSVP for the Zoom link.

                                                                                                    Physics Colloquium - Amber Boehnlein
                                                                                                    Friday, April 30
                                                                                                    4pm - 5pm
                                                                                                    Zoom

                                                                                                    Amber Boehnlein, Associate Lab Director Computational Science and Technology Division Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility,  Title of Talk: Building the Roads for Self-Driving Scientific Facilities


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