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Grades are due at 9 a.m. on May 21, 2021 for all graduating students.
Algorithmic Solutions for Socially Responsible AI
Spring schedule adjustment period ends
Online graduation application opens for 2023.
For January 2023 graduates, it closes on September 1.
For May or August 2023 graduates, it closes on January 15, 2023.
In 90-minute sessions over three days, participants will focus on key aspects of these courses, then have several independent hours to experiment and develop ideas, then reconvene to "kick the tires" with colleagues and exchange feedback.
Hurricanes are a fact of life. Learn more about them, including how they form and why their strength has been impacted by global change, with Dr. Dalia B. Kirschbaum, chief of the Hydrological Sciences Laboratory at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
President Katherine A. Rowe and the Public Health Advisory Team discuss supporting the in-person experience that protects the well-being of William & Mary. Panelists will address the university's data-driven approach amid endemic coronavirus.
Martin Kellogg from University of Washington will present his talk titled "Verification for working developers"
Winter degree conferral. No ceremony.
Yingxue Zhang from Worcester Polytechnic Institute will present his talk titled "Spatial-Temporal Generative Adversarial Learning"
Virtual Days in DC, Public Service Internships, A Student Panel
Add/Drop period begins at 1pm
First day of classes
NDS registration begins
Talk on AI in HPC Systems Stack: Storage Systems and Deep Learning Systems
CREATIVES COLLECT: Treasured Art & Objects from the Personal Collections of W&M Studio Art Faculty
Jan 27 – Feb 25, 2022, Andrews Gallery
Conceived and organized by Melissa Parris, Director of Collections & Exhibitions, Muscarelle Museum of Art
Colloquium Talk on Squashing Bugs and Empowering Programmers with User-Centered Programming Language Design
Come to this in-person event to meet campus employers, explore opportunities, and learn how to apply! Hourly and Federal Work-Study positions available. Open to all current undergraduate and graduate students.
The Human Security Law Center presents an online mini-symposium, "Media Freedom & Human Rights." All welcome.
Students will travel to Richmond for Q&As from members and staff of the Virginia General Assembly, representatives of the Governor's Office, and W&M alumni. It is a great opportunity to learn about work in state government and network with W&M alumni.