2023 Conservation Research Program Application Period Open
Sunday, October 2
4pm
Location not specified

The Institute for Integrative Conservation is seeking W&M undergraduate students for our 2023 Conservation Research Program. The Program matches students with external partners and faculty to conduct applied research that advances real-world conservation.

    Death Row Exoneree Anthony Ray Hinton Visits the Innocence Club
    Sunday, October 2
    4pm - 5pm
    Integrated Science Center (ISC), Room 1221

    The Innocence Club is hosting Anthony Ray Hinton, who served 30 years on Alabama's death row for a crime he didn't commit, on Sunday, October 2. RSVP: https://tinyurl.com/hintonrsvp .  For more information, @innocencewm on Instagram.

    What Grad Students Should Know About Cultivating a Digital Scholarly Identity
    Tuesday, October 4
    12:30pm - 1:30pm
    ZOOM

    This workshop will help grad students understand what rights they hold as an author.

    How to Get Involved with Research
    Tuesday, October 4
    3pm - 4pm
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

    Undergraduate research can be done in any major and lead to some amazing opportunities - but how do you get started? Learn more about what undergraduate research entails, how to find a faculty mentor, and what funding opportunities exist. Snacks provided!

      YOM KIPPUR
      Wednesday, October 5
      All day
      HOLIDAY

      HOLIDAY. DAY OF ATONEMENT.

        Andrews Gallery Exhibition: Laura Frazure "Bodily Rhetoric"
        Thursday, October 6 - Friday, October 28
        Andrews Hall, Andrews Gallery

        Andrews Gallery presents artist Laura Frazure, Bodily Rhetoric. October 6-28, 2022. Artist talk, Oct 6, 5-6pm, Andews 101 , followed by an opening reception, 6-8pm.

        Guest: Federal Election Commission Chair Allen Dickerson
        Thursday, October 6
        12:50pm - 1:50pm
        Law School, Room 120

        William & Mary Law School’s Election Law Society and the Federalist Society are pleased to co-host the Chair of the Federal Election Commission, Allen Dickerson.

        Andrew Dallas Hurley: Physics Dissertation Defense  
        Thursday, October 6
        2pm - 5pm
        Small Hall, Room 122

        Andrew Dallas Hurley , Final Oral Examination for the Ph.D. Degree, Title: "Partial Wave Analysis of Strange Mesons Decaying to K+?+?- in the Reaction ?p ? K+?+?- ?(1520) and the Commissioning of the GlueX DIRC Detector"


          Lee Lecture presents “’The Egg of a Sea-bird:’ Searching for Homer in Ireland”
          Thursday, October 6
          5pm - 6:30pm
          Small Hall, Room 110

          The Lee Lecture presents Dr. Casey Dué Hackney , Professor and Director of the Classical Studies Program at the University of Houston, Houston Texas.  She will be speaking on “’The Egg of a Sea-bird:’ Searching for Homer in Ireland”.  


            Concord Traveling Scholarship Recipient Presentation —Anhthu Cung
            Thursday, October 6
            5pm - 8pm
            Tucker Hall, Room 111

            Anhthu Cung received the Concord Traveling Scholarship to travel to Vietnam to explore her family background and examine how the Vietnam War affected the country’s literary history and how political divisions influenced its cuisine’s development.

            Computer Science Night
            Thursday, October 6
            6:30pm - 8pm
            Cohen Career Center
              Deadline for 2023 graduates to have social class changed prior to Spring 2023 registration
              Friday, October 7
              All day
              Location not specified

              Deadline for 2023 graduates to have social class changed prior to Spring 2023 registration

                '22 Capstone Summer Sketchbook Exhibition: W&M Senior Studio Art Majors
                Friday, October 7 - Monday, October 24
                Sadler Center, Hart Gallery

                '22 Capstone Summer Sketchbook Exhibition: W&M Senior Studio Art Majors

                October 7-24, Opening recpetion Oct. 7, 4-6pm

                Sadler Center, Hart Gallery

                "Writing Muslims Back Into European History" (Emily Greble)
                Friday, October 7
                12pm - 2pm
                James Blair Hall, Blair 229

                Reunion event for History alumni!  The Harrison Ruffin Tyler Department of History presents a book talk by Dr. Emily Greble, Associate Professor of HIstory, Vanderbilt University and William & Mary Alum.  A reception will follow.

                Life and Legacy Series: Talk by Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral and Magda Sepúlveda
                Friday, October 7
                1pm - 3pm
                TBD, Zoom

                The talk is entitled  “Latin  America Enters with the Cob / Latinoamérica entra con la mazorca” and it will interpret the poem "El maíz" (“Corn”).

                  Mathematics Colloquium:  Santana Afton (Georgia Tech)
                  Friday, October 7
                  2pm - 3pm
                  Jones Hall, Room 301

                  How Groups, Geometry, and Arithmetic Come Together

                  Geology Club: October Meeting
                  Friday, October 7
                  3pm - 4pm
                  McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 219
                  Geology Club's monthly meeting will be October 7th at 3 PM. The club encourages you to bring your rock hammers for a fun surprise!
                  Homecoming Cheminar: Alumni Career Panel!
                  Friday, October 7
                  3pm - 4pm
                  Integrated Science Center (ISC), 1221 + Atrium

                  Tribe Chemistry Alumni Career Panel!

                  It’s Homecoming Weekend! We invited some great alumni who got their start in the hallowed halls of the ISC (or Rogers Hall). Learn from their life journey path & start your career network.


                  Graduate Panel Discussion - Mathematics
                  Friday, October 7
                  3pm - 5pm
                  Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 20

                  With the Mathematics Department, we're holding the following panel discussion: Advice on applying to, accepting, and starting graduate school with W&M alums

                  Philosophy Colloquium: Danielle Wenner (Carnegie Mellon)
                  Friday, October 7
                  3:30pm - 5pm
                  James Blair Hall, Room 223

                  Danielle Wenner, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Carnegie Mellon University, will give a talk entitled, "Structural Injustice, Exploitation, and Static Non-Ideal Theory"

                  Attendees are requested to mask as a COVID precaution.

                  Russian and Post Soviet Studies Homecoming Speaker, George Barros '19
                  Friday, October 7
                  3:30pm - 5pm
                  Washington Hall, Room 301

                  RPSS Homecoming Talk

                  Friday, October 7, 3:30 pm

                  Washington 301

                  Talk title: Russia's War in Ukraine: Assessing Eight Months of Russian Military Performance 

                  George Barros ’19

                  LGBT Victorians: Researching and Writing in a Pandemic
                  Friday, October 7
                  3:30pm - 5:30pm
                  Tucker Hall, Tucker Theater 127A

                  Simon Joyce is the inaugural Sara & Jess Cloud Professor of English at William & Mary (2018-23) and GSWS affiliate faculty. Joyce’s new book, LGBT Victorians: Sexuality and Gender in 19th Century Archives. 

                  Computer Science Homecoming Colloquium:  The Data Dilemma
                  Friday, October 7
                  4pm - 5pm
                  McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 020

                  Please join our faculty and students for the Homecoming CS Colloquium at M-S Hall Room 020 at 4:00PM on Friday, September 7.

                  International Community Day at W&M Field Hockey Match
                  Friday, October 7
                  6pm
                  Busch Field

                  Join the Reves Center as we join our international community of students, scholars, families faculty and staff to celebrate our amazing W&M Field Hockey Team!

                  Hispanic Studies Homecoming
                  Saturday, October 8
                  9am - 11am
                  Jefferson Hall, Jefferson Statue (Washington Hall if Rain)

                  Join Hispanic Studies faculty, alumni and students for salutations and casual chit-chat while getting your morning coffee a tasty treat! (We will gather by Jefferson Statue, but will move indoors to Washington Hall if there is rain.)

                  The French and Francophone Studies Program 
                  Saturday, October 8
                  9am - 11am
                  Washington Hall, Jefferson Gardens

                  Welcome Home! We are inviting all alumni, students, and friends of the French and Francophone Studies program to join us for an outdoor breakfast in the Jefferson Gardens, right next to Washington Hall. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday morning!

                  FGLI Fuel-Up 
                  Saturday, October 8
                  9:30am - 11:30am
                  Campus Living Center, Patio

                  Current and past W&M First-Gen/Low-Income (FGLI) students are invited to gather for a coffee and pastries ahead of Saturday's Homecoming festivities!

                  ENSP Homecoming
                  Saturday, October 8
                  10am - 11am
                  Rock Garden at southwest end of Sunken Garden; rain location McGlothlin Street Hall Rm 230

                  ENSP breakfast for alumni and their families, in coordination with Geology Department.

                  2022 Homecoming w/ the Sciences in ISC 
                  Saturday, October 8
                  10am - 11:30am
                  Integrated Science Center (ISC), Atrium

                   2022 Homecoming w/ the Sciences in ISC (Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Data Sci, Neuroscience, Psych Sciences)

                  Russian Program Homecoming Reception
                  Saturday, October 8
                  10am - 11:30am
                  Washington Hall, Room 315

                  Russian Program Homecoming Reception

                  Saturday, October 8, 10:00 - 11:30 AM

                  Washington 315

                  ART & ART HISTORY ALUMNI HOMECOMING RECEPTION
                  Saturday, October 8
                  10am - 12pm
                  Muscarelle Museum of Art

                  ART & ART HISTORY ALUMNI HOMECOMING RECEPTION,
                  Saturday, October 8
                  10:00am-12noon
                  Muscarelle Museum, where the exhibition Faculty Show 15 is on view from September 30 through December 11, 2022, featuring recent works of William & Mary’s studio art faculty


                  Chancellors Hall Open House and Homecoming
                  Saturday, October 8
                  10am - 12pm
                  Chancellors Hall (formerly Tyler Hall), first floor lobby

                  A homecoming brunch hosted by the Economics Department, Government Department, International Relations Program, and Public Policy Program 

                  Classical Studies Open House
                  Saturday, October 8
                  10am - 12pm
                  Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 340

                  Come one, come all to our Annual Classical Studies Open House 10 am - 12 pm in Boswell 340 (formerly Morton Hall)

                    Computer Science Open House
                    Saturday, October 8
                    10am - 12pm
                    McGlothlin-Street Hall, 126 (Computer Science Main Office)

                    Please come back home and let us know how you are doing. 

                    English Homecoming Gathering
                    Saturday, October 8
                    10am - 12pm
                    Tucker Hall, Foyer

                    Calling All Alumni, Current Students, Families, Friends, Faculty & Staff of English: Join us to celebrate Homecoming 2022! We will have a light morning snack and coffee set up in the Tucker lobby.

                    Geology Department: Homecoming
                    Saturday, October 8
                    10am - 12pm
                    Rock Garden

                    More information to come!

                      Philosophy Department Alumni Open House
                      Saturday, October 8
                      10am - 12pm
                      James Blair Hall, 127 (Philosophy Dept. Library/Common Room)
                      Religious Studies Homecoming Reception
                      Saturday, October 8
                      10am - 12pm
                      Wren Building, Room 315
                      Join the Religious Studies faculty in the Wren for some refreshments and fun.
                      Sociology Department Homecoming Open House 2022
                      Saturday, October 8
                      10am - 12pm
                      Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 237

                      Welcome Back Alumni to the Sociology Department Homecoming Open House 2022
                      at Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall

                      2022 Fantasy Physics Fest: Physics Department Open House
                      Saturday, October 8
                      10am - 3pm
                      Small Hall

                      Join us at the fantasy world of Physics filled with hand-on activities for all ages, demo shows, presentations, lab visits, giant ooblek pool, hovercraft and most delicious liquid nitrogen ice cream. Guaranteed fun for all family. Speak Physics and enter.

                      APIA Homecoming celebration
                      Saturday, October 8
                      10:30am - 12pm
                      Rowe House

                      The Asian and Pacific Islander American Studies Program will host a get-together over coffee and snacks .

                      Global Research Institute Homecoming BBQ
                      Saturday, October 8
                      11am - 2pm
                      Global Research Institute

                      Welcome home! Join the Global Research Institute for a celebratory BBQ on Saturday, October 8 from 11 AM-2 PM. 

                      Arabic Movie:  You will Die at Twenty
                      Saturday, October 8
                      12:30pm - 3pm
                      Washington Hall, Room 315

                      The Arabic program for Homecoming.  

                      6th Annual Mathematics Homecoming Tailgate   
                      Saturday, October 8
                      12:30pm - 3:30pm
                      Alumni House, Tribe Quarterback Club parking lot (off Bright St) behind Alumni House

                      Department of Mathematics Homecoming Tailgate

                      German Studies Fall BBQ Homecoming
                      Saturday, October 8
                      1pm - 3pm
                      Hardy Hall (formerly Jamestown North), BBQ Pit behind Hardy Hall

                      Current and former students in German Studies gather for our traditional Fall BBQ!

                      William & Mary Choir Homecoming Concert
                      Saturday, October 8
                      7:30pm
                      Williamsburg Presbyterian Church
                      Geological Society of America: Connects 2022 (Denver, Colorado)
                      Sunday, October 9 - Wednesday, October 12
                      Location not specified

                      Abstract deadline: CLOSED

                      Early registration: CLOSED

                      Econ Club Alumni Panel
                      Sunday, October 9
                      2pm
                      Chancellors Hall (formerly Tyler Hall), Room 134

                      Please join the Econ Club for an Alumni Panel! 

                      Midterm grading period begins (Undergraduates)
                      Monday, October 10
                      All day
                      Location not specified

                       Midterm grading period begins

                        SUKKOT
                        Monday, October 10 - Tuesday, October 11
                        HOLIDAY

                        HOLIDAY. HARVEST FESTIVAL.

                          Artificial Intelligence for the Electron Ion Collider (AI4EIC) 2nd Annual Workshop
                          Monday, October 10 - Friday, October 14
                          Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Room 1019

                          The scope of  his workshop, organized by the EICUG AI WG,  is to cover all active and potential areas of applications of AI/ML for the EIC.  Included are AI/ML tutorial sessions provided by industry experts and a whole-day Hackathon event on Friday.
                           

                          Hayes Writers Series Presents Lauren Alleyne
                          Monday, October 10
                          7pm - 8:30pm
                          Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

                          Please join us on October 10 at 7:00 PM in Blow Memorial Hall, 201, for a reading with Lauren Alleyne. Lauren is the author of Difficult Fruit and Honeyfish. She is also newly named the director of Furious Flower Poetry Center at James Madison University.

                          Prof. Helen Nissenbaum, "Why the Freedom to Obfuscate is a Precious Safeguard in Digital Societies"
                          Tuesday, October 11
                          5pm - 6:30pm
                          Zoom

                          Prof. Helen Nissenbaum (Cornell Tech) will give a talk entitled "Why the Freedom to Obfuscate is a Precious Safeguard in Digital Societies"

                          https://cwm.zoom.us/j/92614308083?pwd=RXFWNFhTNVE2blhGOHVHa1ZkaFNiQT09 Passcode: 921833

                            A Talk and Q&A with Dr. Deborah Fabian, chaired by Prof. Jennifer Putzi. 
                            Tuesday, October 11
                            6pm - 7:30pm
                            Integrated Science Center (ISC), Room 3020

                            A W&M alum and an advocate of diversity and inclusion issues in medicine, Dr. Fabian will speak from her experiences as a transwoman in the field of orthopedic surgery and her life's journey more broadly.


                              Anthropology Talk: "Landscape of the Hunter-Gatherers," Décio Muianga
                              Wednesday, October 12
                              1:30pm - 2:30pm
                              Washington Hall, Room 101

                              Décio Muianga will give a talk on his research on Mozambique's Stone Age. Please email [[jdcarlson]] if you would like a Zoom option. 

                                Williamsburg City Council Q&A and Meet and Greet
                                Wednesday, October 12
                                7pm - 8pm
                                Sadler Center, Tidewater A
                                Williamsburg City Council Candidates Ted Maslin, Rick Overy, and Stacy Kern-Scheerer will be coming to Tidewater A this Wednesday from 7:00-8:00 P.M. to discuss their platforms and how they will work to help students if they are elected.
                                Fall Break
                                Thursday, October 13 - Sunday, October 16
                                Location not specified

                                Fall Break

                                  "Day in DC" Trip
                                  Thursday, October 13
                                  8:30am - 2:30pm
                                  Washington Center

                                  "Day in DC" is an in-person trip to select employer sites in Washington DC.

                                    Wesley Fall Retreat
                                    Thursday, October 13 - Saturday, October 15
                                    9am - 3pm
                                    Location not specified

                                    Join Wesley on our first trip since 2019! We are revisiting Southwestern VA and the community activism there surrounding the Mountain Valley Pipeline. There is no cost, all students welcome!

                                    SHEMENI ATZERET & SIMCHAT TORAH
                                    Sunday, October 16 - Tuesday, October 18
                                    HOLIDAY
                                      Classes resume from Fall Break
                                      Monday, October 17
                                      All day
                                      Location not specified

                                      Classes resume from Fall Break

                                        OUAA Celebrates National Transfer Week - Meet the Academic Advising Team
                                        Monday, October 17
                                        11am - 1pm
                                        Sadler Center, Atrium (Ground Level)

                                        Transfer Students are welcome and encouraged to stop by the Sadler Center to meet the advising team from the Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs! The OUAA team will be available to answer questions, provide resources and share some candy! 

                                          Crash Course: Federal Resume (Hybrid)
                                          Monday, October 17
                                          12pm - 12:30pm
                                          Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room A&B

                                          Join the Office of Career Development & Professional Engagement for the Federal Resume workshops. In this workshop, students will learn how to write a federal resume when applying for federal internships and job opportunities on USAJOBS.

                                            OUAA Celebrates National Transfer Week - Meet the Academic Advising Team
                                            Tuesday, October 18
                                            1pm - 3pm
                                            Blow Memorial Hall, Room 321

                                            Transfer students are welcome to come over to the Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs to meet the team! We want to learn about your experience transitioning into the William & Mary community.

                                            St Andrews Information Session- Summer W&M Faculty-led Study Abroad Program
                                            Tuesday, October 18
                                            5pm - 6pm
                                            Integrated Science Center (ISC), Room 1127

                                            Please come learn more about the St Andrews Summer W&M Faculty-Led Study Abroad Program. The Program Director and GEO Advisor will be there to answer questions!

                                              “Ariadne on the Beach: Elena Ferrante’s Mythologies”  by Dr. Stiliana Milkova
                                              Tuesday, October 18
                                              5pm - 6:30pm
                                              Small Hall, Room 110

                                              Dr. Stiliana Milkova will talk on “Ariadne on the Beach: Elena Ferrante’s Mythologies” on Tuesday, October 18, 2022 in Small 110 at 5:00 pm.  She is from Oberlin College, Oberlin OH.

                                                MedServe Information Session, Virtual
                                                Tuesday, October 18
                                                5:30pm - 6:30pm
                                                Cohen Career Center, Virtual
                                                  Ken Ilgunas: On Private Property and the Right to Roam
                                                  Thursday, October 20
                                                  9:30am - 3pm
                                                  Swem Library, Botetourt Gallery and Ford Classroom, + morning walk in the College Woods, Lake Matoaka

                                                  The Institute for Integrative Conservation, William & Mary Libraries, and the Reves Center for International Studies host a day at W&M with journalist and adventurer, Ken Ilgunas.

                                                  Winter Break Externship Information Session (virtual)
                                                  Thursday, October 20
                                                  12:30pm - 1pm
                                                  Virtual - Zoom

                                                  Students will learn how to apply for the experiences, how to show up to the externship, and how to make the most out of the experience. If you have a scheduling conflict, please let [[lrandolph, Lisa Randolph]] know as soon as possible.

                                                    Bellini Colloquium: "The Global South in biodiversity collections"
                                                    Thursday, October 20
                                                    3:30pm - 5pm
                                                    Washington Hall, Room 315

                                                    Hear a talk by our colleague in Environmental Humanities, Lidia Ponce de la Vega, hosted by MLL’s Bellini Colloquium entitled “The Global South in biodiversity collections: A Latin American perspective on the Biodiversity Heritage Library.”

                                                      History of the Moment:  Unthinking Collaborators and How We 'Do' History
                                                      Thursday, October 20
                                                      5pm - 6:30pm
                                                      Washington Hall, Room 302

                                                      Dr. A Carly Buxton speaks on the history of Japanese-American citizens who weathered WWII and Occupation, as explored in her 2022 monograph, Unthinking Collaboration: American Nisei in Transwar Japan

                                                      2022 Sutlive Book Prize Lecture: Akinwumi Ogundiran
                                                      Thursday, October 20
                                                      5:30pm - 6:30pm
                                                      Washington Hall, Room 201

                                                      Dr. Akinwumi Ogundiran, winner of the 2022 Sutlive Book Prize, will give a lecture on his book The Yorúbá: A New History. Zoom link available. 

                                                      Exploring STEM Careers Seminar
                                                      Friday, October 21
                                                      12pm - 1pm
                                                      Cohen Career Center
                                                        Brown Bag: A Geological Trip to Space–Europa: Jupiter's Moon
                                                        Friday, October 21
                                                        12:05pm - 1pm
                                                        McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 230

                                                        Meara Carlin ('22) will present on her senior research! This event is open to the public and all majors are encouraged to join us in Room 230 in McGlothlin-Street Hall. There will be a virtual viewing option as well!

                                                        CGA Speaker Series: Emergency Management and the Reliance on GIS
                                                        Friday, October 21
                                                        1pm - 2pm
                                                        Location not specified
                                                        The CGA is hosting US Army Corps of Engineers' Mike Dulin for our fall speaker series! He will discuss responsibilities of the USACE Emergency Management Program & provide examples focusing on GIS over the past decade as it pertains to emergency response.
                                                        Mathematics Colloquium: Hua Liang (George Washington Univ)
                                                        Friday, October 21
                                                        2pm - 3pm
                                                        Jones Hall, Room 301
                                                        WHY ARE SEMIPARAMETRIC MODELS USEFUL
                                                        W&M Bray School Lab Open Hours
                                                        Friday, October 21
                                                        2:30pm - 4:30pm
                                                        Travis House

                                                        Students interested in learning about the W&M Bray School Lab are invited to drop by Travis House on Friday, October 21, 2022, between 2:30pm and 4:30pm to learn more about the Lab's research on the Williamsburg Bray School for Black children, 1760-1774.

                                                          Philosophy Colloquium: Sarah Stroud (UNC-Chapel Hill)
                                                          Friday, October 21
                                                          3:30pm - 5pm
                                                          James Blair Hall, Room 223

                                                          Sarah Stroud, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Parr Center for Ethics at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, will give a talk entitled "Is There Such a Thing as Disagreement in Attitude?”

                                                          Physics Colloquium - Zhenghan Wang, Microsoft State Q
                                                          Friday, October 21
                                                          4pm - 5pm
                                                          Small Hall, Room 111

                                                          Zhenghan Wang, Microsoft State Q, Title of Talk: Quantum computing with topological materials

                                                          Fête de la Recherche: French & Francophone Studies undergraduate research symposium
                                                          Friday, October 21
                                                          4:30pm - 6pm
                                                          Andrews Hall, Room 101

                                                          FETE DE LA RECHERCHE 2022 (10/21/22)

                                                          Student research, study abroad, spring courses, alumni guest speaker

                                                          W&M Computer Science Symposium for Graduate Studies
                                                          Saturday, October 22
                                                          All day
                                                          Integrated Science Center (ISC), Room 1127

                                                          The Computer Science (CS) Department is hosting its first Symposium for Graduate Studies! The symposium will consist of faculty and graduate student panels, research talks, poster session, social events, and more! Register here.

                                                          Geology Club: Horrors & Smorers
                                                          Saturday, October 22
                                                          9pm
                                                          DuPont Hall, By Sign

                                                          Join the Geology Club on October 22nd at 9PM for s'mores and scary stories!

                                                          Advising period begins (Undergraduates)
                                                          Monday, October 24
                                                          All day
                                                          Location not specified

                                                          Spring advising period begins. It ends November 4th

                                                            Registration for Spring 2023
                                                            Monday, October 24 - Friday, February 3
                                                            Blow Memorial Hall

                                                            Registration for Spring 2023 begins October 24, 2022. Tuition and fees will be billed December 12, 2022 and due January 2, 2024.  Students are strongly encouraged to register by December 09.  Spring Registration for New Students begins January 3, 2023.

                                                              Geology Department Seminar: A Trio of Short Talks
                                                              Monday, October 24
                                                              4pm - 5pm
                                                              McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 219

                                                              Daniel Arriaga & Sandra Zuniga from the University of Texas at Austin will discuss the Geology of Mexico

                                                              Telling the Story of the Global Climate Crisis
                                                              Monday, October 24
                                                              4pm - 5pm
                                                              Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

                                                              The Charles Center and the Reves Center for International Studies present photojournalist James Whitlow Delano for a talk, "Telling the Story of the Global Climate Crisis," Monday, October 24, 2022, at 4pm in the Reves Room. 

                                                              Arts & Humanities Undergraduate Research Lunch Panel
                                                              Tuesday, October 25
                                                              12:30pm - 1:30pm
                                                              Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

                                                              Enjoy a FREE lunch and hear from a panel of faculty from Art & Art History, English, History, and Modern Languages and Literatures speak about research opportunities in their departments!

                                                              Active Minds & Innocence Club Collab
                                                              Tuesday, October 25
                                                              7pm - 8pm
                                                              Chancellors Hall (formerly Tyler Hall), Room 134

                                                              Join us this Tuesday, October 25 at 7PM in Chancellors 134 for a meeting on the intersections between mental health and incarceration. All are welcome- we will have a brief student-led presentation followed by a group discussion on this topic!

                                                                STEM & Social Science Undergraduate Research Opportunities Fair
                                                                Wednesday, October 26
                                                                3pm - 5pm
                                                                Sadler Center, Tidewater A&B

                                                                Connect with representatives from Social Science and STEM departments on campus to learn about how to get involved with research!

                                                                AIA (Joukowsky Lecture) - Climate Change in the Artic: It's Happening Fast, and It's Happened Before
                                                                Wednesday, October 26
                                                                5pm - 6:30pm
                                                                Andrews Hall, Room 101

                                                                Dr. William Fitzhugh will talk on "Climate Change in the Artic:  It's Happening Fast, and It's Happened Before".  His talk will be on Wednesday, October 26, 2022 at 5:00 pm.

                                                                  National Institute on Aging Information Session
                                                                  Wednesday, October 26
                                                                  5:30pm - 6:30pm
                                                                  Cohen Career Center, Virtual
                                                                    Hayes Writers Series Presents Paul Hendrickson
                                                                    Wednesday, October 26
                                                                    6pm - 7:30pm
                                                                    Tucker Hall, Tucker Theater 127A

                                                                    Please join us October 26th at 6:00 PM in Tucker Theater with Paul Hendrickson, a former staff writer for the Post, won the National Book Critics Circle Award for his 2003 Sons of Mississippi, Recipient of Guggenheim and NEA grants and teaches at UPenn.

                                                                    Art Workshop events w/Artist Laura Frazure "Poses of Labor", a temporary public art project
                                                                    Thursday, October 27 - Saturday, October 29
                                                                    Andrews Hall

                                                                    Studio Art Workshop events w/ Laura Frazure, "Poses of Labor": a temporary public art project

                                                                    All are invited to:

                                                                    An Adobe Patty Making Party, Oct 27, 5pm, Andrews 118 

                                                                    Observe the construction of "Poses of Labor", Oct 28 &29, 10am each day, front of Andrews




                                                                    DANCEVENT
                                                                    Thursday, October 27 - Sunday, October 30
                                                                    Kimball Theatre

                                                                    DANCEVENT featuring Orchesis Modern Dance Company

                                                                    A concert of original works created by William & Mary dance faculty, and performed by faculty, guest artists, and members of the Orchesis Modern Dance Company.

                                                                    Gekiga and the Japanese Counterculture of the '60s
                                                                    Thursday, October 27
                                                                    5pm - 6:30pm
                                                                    Washington Hall, Room 302

                                                                    Dr. Suzuki, of Baruch College, CUNY, will discuss his first-hand experience with Japanese manga as well as the fascinating genre called gekiga, or "dramatic pictures," which emerged in 1960s Japan. 

                                                                      Science Career Expo
                                                                      Thursday, October 27
                                                                      6pm - 8pm
                                                                      Cohen Career Center
                                                                        Environmental Humanities Hub Interest Meeting
                                                                        Thursday, October 27
                                                                        7pm - 8pm
                                                                        Andrews Hall, Room 202

                                                                        Come to the interest meeting to learn more about the Environmental Humanities at W&M and be part of the team that is championing a more inclusive and a creative way of seeing (and saving) the environment. 

                                                                        The Fall 2022 Tack Faculty Lecture, "Sea Monsters!" by Georgia Irby
                                                                        Thursday, October 27
                                                                        7pm - 8:30pm
                                                                        Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                                                                        Inspired by her course Why Water Matters and her research on the history of science, Professor of Classical Studies Georgia Irby will explore ancient to modern biological and mythological creatures of the sea.

                                                                        Brown Bag: Foundations of Highland: A Geological and Historical Study of James Monroe’s Highland
                                                                        Friday, October 28
                                                                        12:05pm - 1pm
                                                                        McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 230

                                                                        Morgan Sanders ('22) will present on her senior research! This event is open to the public and all majors are encouraged to join us in Room 230 in McGlothlin-Street Hall. There will be a virtual viewing option as well!


                                                                        Zoom Link: TBA

                                                                        Mathematics Colloquium:  Evelyn Sander (George Mason University)
                                                                        Friday, October 28
                                                                        2pm - 3pm
                                                                        Jones Hall, Room 301

                                                                        Title: Reliability and robustness of oscillations in some slow-fast chaotic systems

                                                                        Conservation Research Program: Final Student Presentations
                                                                        Friday, October 28
                                                                        2pm - 5pm
                                                                        Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Room 1088

                                                                        Join us on Oct 28th to learn about how William & Mary students are advancing real-world conservation solutions! 

                                                                        Physics Colloquium  -  Y. Joseph Zhang
                                                                        Friday, October 28
                                                                        4pm - 5pm
                                                                        Small Hall, Room 111

                                                                        Y. Joseph Zhang, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Title of Talk: Cross-scale estuarine and ocean modelling on unstructured grids: a community approach

                                                                        The McCormack-Reboussin Scholarship in French  & Francophone Studies
                                                                        Friday, October 28
                                                                        4pm - 5pm
                                                                        Location not specified

                                                                        Info Session about the McCormack-Reboussin Scholarship in French & Francophone Studies

                                                                        October 28, 4-5pm.

                                                                        Contact [[gxpaci, Prof. Pacini]] for the Zoom link.

                                                                          The Study of Barrier Islands Past, Present, Future
                                                                          Saturday, October 29
                                                                          7pm - 9pm
                                                                          Island Theatre, 4074 Main St., Chincoteague, VA 23336

                                                                          The Museum of Chincoteague Island is proud to partner with the Island Theatre to offer a presentation by Chris Hein, Associate Professor at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, on the Barrier Islands.

                                                                          McCormack-Reboussin Scholarship
                                                                          Sunday, October 30 - Monday, November 21
                                                                          12am - 5pm
                                                                          Location not specified

                                                                          Help with McCormack-Reboussin Scholarship Application

                                                                            Midterm grading period ends (Undergraduates)
                                                                            Sunday, October 30
                                                                            All day
                                                                            Location not specified

                                                                             Midterm grading period begins

                                                                              Last day to withdraw from a full-term course
                                                                              Monday, October 31
                                                                              All day
                                                                              Location not specified

                                                                              Withdrawal period ends

                                                                              Last day to elect pass/fail for social class juniors and seniors

                                                                                Summer Health Policy Internship Panel
                                                                                Monday, October 31
                                                                                1pm - 2pm
                                                                                Chancellors Hall (formerly Tyler Hall), Room 322
                                                                                Art & Art History Distinguished Lecture series presents, Sam Chung, "Journey in Clay"
                                                                                Monday, October 31
                                                                                5pm
                                                                                Andrews Hall, Room 101

                                                                                Art & Art History Distinguished Lecture series presents SAM CHUNG, "JOURNEY IN CLAY"

                                                                                October 31, 5pm, Andrews 101. Reception will follow.

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                                                                                Faculty Show 15
                                                                                Friday, September 30 - Sunday, December 11
                                                                                Muscarelle Museum of Art

                                                                                Join the Muscarelle Museum of Art for Faculty Show 15, an exhibition of recent works of William & Mary's studio art faculty.

                                                                                Love is the Way film streaming
                                                                                Thursday, September 1 - Monday, October 31
                                                                                Online - streaming

                                                                                The film Love is the Way tells the stories of these connections, and the power of the continuing efforts to keep oil companies out of the Refuge’s sacred coastal plain.