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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.
Thursday MAY 6 3:30-5pm:
What Is To Be Done:
READING: Fred Moten and Stefano Harney, “The University and the Undercommons."
Open to All Faculty (Students welcome. Please contact Prof. Stephen Sheehi.)
Join us (via Zoom!) as the second cohort of the Japanese Studies Major present their final research projects. These students have faced unique challenges this semester; come and help us celebrate their achievements!
Last Day of Classes
Studio Art Senior Exhibition "Collective Imagination"
Andrews Gallery, May 10-14, open to W&M faculty, staff and students
Virtual Exhibition begins May 10, 2021
A Virtual Reception, 5/14, 5-7pm. Registration required
Chardé Reid will give her Dissertation Defense Proposal for her PhD. Please email Joni Carlson [[jdcarlson]] for the Zoom link.
Please email Joni Carlson [[jdcarlson]] for the Zoom link.
A Pain Free Nociceptor: Predicting Football Injuries with Machine Learning
Meeting ID: 986 1397 4839
Curious about GISP certification? This discussion aims to demystify GISP (GIS Professional) Certification with an overview of the what, why, and how of the process. Find out if GISP certification is something to consider in your career planning.
VIRTUAL RECEPTION for Studio Art Senior Exhibition "Collective Imagination"
May 14, 5-7pm
Last day to accept Non-Degree Seeking Student applications for Summer Sessions 1 and 3
Stephanie Bergman will present her final dissertation titled "Properties of Belonging: Landscapes of Racialized Ownership in Post-Emancipation Barbados" on Thursday, May 20th. Please email Joni Carlson [[jdcarlson]] for the Zoom link.
Commencement is an exciting time to celebrate the achievements of our graduating students.
Grades are due at 9 a.m. on May 21, 2021 for all graduating students.
Congratulations Chemistry Graduates!
Join the Chemistry Department Celebration on Friday 21 May at 11:30 am for some fun Chem-mories of your time in the ISC. Faculty, staff, students, friends & family are invited.
Join us to CONGRATULATE our graduating majors and minors and recipients of year-end prizes and to CELEBRATE making it through this challenging year! Friday, May 21, from 2:00 to 3:00 on Zoom (link below). We look forward to seeing you there!
Please join the Anthropology Department in celebrating the Class of 2021! Please email Joni Carlson [[email@example.com]] for Zoom link.
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
Spring grades due at 9 a.m.
Carlos Bernal-Cardenas, Computer Science - Ph.D. Defense
Title: On Supporting Android Software Developers and Testers
Advisor: Dr. Denys Poshyvanyk
Date and Time: Wednesday, May 26, 2021, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm EST
Now Online W&M Art History's THE CURATORIAL PROJECT: "THE ART OF WELL BEING", STUDENT PRESENTATIONS
This event is for current William & Mary juniors (rising seniors) who are interested in learning more about the Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Fulbright scholarships.
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.
Offices closed. Classes may be held, check with your dean's office.
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.
Please join us for a AMES & APIA 2021 CAPSTONE CONFERENCE
Artistic works by each of the 2020 recipients of the Louis Catron grant for Artistic Development
The Office of Graduate Studies and Research REQUIRES all returning A&S graduate students to register by July 1.
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.
Virtual art gallery blending science and art perspectives