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Grades are due at 9 a.m.
Spring schedule adjustment period ends
The exhibit explores the history of Chinese dance through images and text co-curated by William & Mary professor Dr. Emily Wilcox and University of Michigan Chinese Studies Librarian Dr. Liangyu Fu.
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.
The Lemon Project Genealogical Research Roundtable is an extension of the Genealogy Show & Tell sessions started as part of our Sankofa Summer Workshops. It is a collaboration of genealogists and family historians at all expertise levels.
Winter degree conferral. No ceremony.
Sidi Lu from Wayne State University will present her talk: "Toward Reliable, Scalable, and Efficient Edge-enabled Applications for Connected Vehicles".
Faysal Hossain Shezan from University of Virginia will present his talk: "Cross-Platform Data-Driven Security and Privacy Analysis in Emerging Systems".
First day of classes
NDS registration begins
Andrews Gallery Exhibition, Laura Vahlberg "Houses and Trees"
January 25-February 15, 2023
Open to the public
Ashley Gao from University of Virginia will present her talk "Addressing Realisms Faced by Deep Learning Models in Cyber Physical Systems".
Yanfu Zhang from University of Pittsburgh will present his talk: "New Representation Learning Algorithms: Graph and Beyond"
Wei Niu, Computer Science - Dissertation Proposal
Advisor: Dr. Bin Ren
Title: Achieving Real-time DNN Execution on Mobile Devices with
Geology Department Community Meeting to go over what is in store for the upcoming semester and beyond.
Are you interested in research? cool clubs?
Then come to the Chemistry Research Fair!
Learn how to finance your study abroad experience.
Yang Yang, University of Delaware, Title of talk: Multiscale Nature of Turbulence in Space Plasmas
Undergraduate Research Proposal Writing Workshop
By no later than February 15, 2023, all graduate students planning to graduate in either May or August 2023 MUST submit the Intent to Graduate form to the Office of Graduate Studies.
Using the power of film to entertain, educate and connect our audiences to issues related to Jewish life in the U.S., Israel, and around the world.
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.