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Head up to D.C. for the day on April 1st to explore the capital and learn more about W&M's Campus in the City!
The deadline to sign up for this awesome event is March 20th at 11:59PM!
Please join us for presentations of student research in philosophy by W&M and visiting undergraduates. There will also be a keynote lecture by Philip Yaure, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Virginia Tech, from 3:00-4:30 p.m. in James Blair 223.
Philip Yaure, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Virginia Tech, will give the keynote lecture for W&M's 13th Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. His talk is entitled "Seizing Citizenship: Frederick Douglass's Abolitionist Republicanism".
Fall priority registration for continuing students
You are invited! Virtual Graduate Welcome
Finding a Job in the International Sector
The Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs is hosting an information session for rising seniors all about the Fulbright program – a national scholarship that allows recent graduates to pursue their academic interests abroad.
William & Mary’s Department of English and the Patrick Hayes Writers Series proudly present the first-ever W&M Filipino American Writing Festival! All events will be open to the public and will take place on campus April 5th and 6th.
Filipino American Writing Fest-Panel discussion, “Writing Identity, Writing Community” with authors Oliver de la Paz, Sarah Gambito, Joseph O. Legaspi, Aimee Nezhukumatathil, and Patrick Rosal.
The Center for the Study of Law and Markets and The Federalist Society will co-sponsor a lecture titled "ESG Disclosure and Securities Regulation" by Professor Julia D. Mahoney. Free admission and all are welcome.
Filipino American Writing Festival - Author Readings with authors, Oliver de la Paz, Sarah Gambito, and Joseph Legaspi.
The 3rd Annual National Security Conference serves as a bridge between academia and policy as we translate research evidence-based best practices into tangible policy considerations that enhance our adaptability to known and future climate threats.
The Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs is hosting an information session to highlight fellowships or scholarships for sophomores and juniors that provide funding for undergraduate tuition, graduate school, professional development, and more.
Join for a screening of "My Name is Pauli Murray" and discussion.
W&M Filipino American Writing Festival outdoor performance of “Hush” by the Lean Glenn Dance Theatre.
W&M Filipino American Writing Festival - Readings by guest authors and book signing.
Gloucester Brewing Company will be our host as three VIMS graduate students give 5-minute fast-talks on the important research they are conducting. Drop in, interact with the students, and enter to win door prizes and discounts.
UAID W&M will be hosting our first annual charity gala on Thursday, April 6th! Join us for a night of music, food, guest speakers, and a cake pop sale to help celebrate the work of our volunteers this past year.
Four steps are required at least two weeks before you defend. April 7 is the last day by which you may meet this requirement if you intend to graduate in May 2023.
WMSURE 3rd Annual Undergraduate Research Conference
On the Stability of Schrodinger's Equation Short of the Adiabatic Limit
Jamestown: An English Fort in the Land of Tsenacommacah
Dr. Charles Durfor ’74 and Dave Givens of Jamestown Rediscovery describe major finds at Historic Jamestowne and show how such info tells the story of individuals both known and unknown.
The ensemble’s playlist embraces traditional chamber music repertoire, and is devoutly committed to expanding the wind quintet repertoire by commissioning music from new voices that reflect historical events and the times in which we currently live.
Virginia Poetry Society Awards Ceremony and Reading on Saturday, April 8th, from 2-5 pm, in the Tucker Theater with the Society's annual awards ceremony. Over two dozen awards will be given, and the recipients will read their poems.
Fall schedule adjustment period begins.
Studio Art Honors Exhibition: Yaxi Xiao "Goodbye...Ripples"
April 10-24, 2023
Reception, Thursday, 4/13, 5-7pm
including music by Nu Jazz Duo with Jaden Shahin
The Office of Graduate Studies REQUIRES all returning A&S graduate students to register by July 1.
Mikhail Mikhasenko, ORIGINS Excellence Cluster, Munich, Germany, Title of talk: Three-Body Problems in Hadron Physics
William & Mary's GSWS Braithwaite Performance: Lessons in Drag, with LaWhore Vagistan. Williamsburg Library Theater, 515 Scotland Street.
Join the Alexander Hamilton Society and the John Quincy Adams Society in our 5th Annual Joint Debate! We are honored to host Ambassador William Taylor (ret.) and George Beebe as we discuss Ukraine: ENDGAME - A Post-War Ukraine!
Join the American-Bosnian-Collaboration Project as they host Dr. Larisa Kasumagi-Kafedži on Monday, April 10 from 6:30-7:30 PM in Blow Memorial Hall Room 201. Reception to follow.
Jessica Nabongo will deliver the 2023 McSwain-Walker Lecture, entitled "Intentional Travel: How Education, Empathy and Confidence will Help You Create the Life You Want to Live."
The OUAA is hosting lunch and a discussion with W&M students who have experience working with, applying for, and winning prestigious fellowship and scholarship awards.
The session is on Wednesday, April 12th, from 12 - 1pm in Tucker Hall, Room 222.
Meet Up: Space Policy Advisor at the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy
Dr. Kasumagic-Kafedžic will speak primarily about the pedagogical approaches which are relevant for U.S. university initiatives seeking to develop effective international partnerships to promote a variety of goals, including sustainable development.
Join us at the Copper Fox Distillery in Williamsburg as VIMS Associate Research Scientist, Jim Gartland, provides an overview of the VIMS Shark Survey: the longest-running fishery-independent survey of shark populations in the world!
Siyuan Chen, Final Oral Examination for the Ph.D. Degree, Title: "Ab initio Computations of Structural Properties in Solids by Auxiliary Field Quantum Monte Carlo"
The Department of Classical Studies presents a lecture by Professor Ann-Sophie Schoess (University of St Andrews). She will be speaking on "Becoming Ariadne: From Silent Image to Iconic Lament”.
Reception for Studio Art Honors Exhibition: Yaxi Xiao "Goodbye...Ripples"
Thursday, 4/13, 5-7pm, including music by Nu Jazz Duo with Jaden Shahin
The LAS Program, in collaboration with the W&M Program in Africana Studies and the Omohundro Institute for Early American History and Culture presents: Afro/Indigenous Perspectives, Race and Racism: Towards a New View of Latin American Studies .
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 summer policy internships.
Art History Colloquium's Key Note Speaker, Dr. Melissa Kerin, Washington & Lee University will take place
the morning of the colloquium, April 14th, at 10:30 am. The colloquium will begin at 1:00pm until 4:30pm.
All will be held in Sadler Center/James Room.
Jiangtao Kong, Computer Science - Defense
Title: Recoverable Memory Bank for Class-Incremental Learning
Advisor, Professor Bin Ren, Professor Yifan Sun
Settler Schools, Indigenous Stories: Histories & Legacies of Native American Education
The Harrison Ruffin Tyler Department of History presents the 2023 Tyler Lecture Series Symposium
Understanding the Universality Phenomenon in High-Dimensional Estimation and Learning
Sina Fazelpour, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Computer Science at Northeastern University, will give a talk titled "Justice in Sociotechnical Machine Learning Systems."
This event is co-sponsored by Philosophy, Data Science, and Public Policy.
Anton Burkov, University of Waterloo, Title of talk: "Emergent symmetries, Luttinger's theorem and topology of metals.”
This lecture will present the background for using organotypic slice cultures in the study of the mammalian central nervous system.
Join us on Tuesday, April 18, for our biggest One Tribe One Day yet! Over the past nine years, more than 35,000 donors have contributed over $20 million on One Tribe One Day. With your help, we can make this another record-breaking year!
The Oakley Lecture presents a lecture by Professors Jack Davis & Sharon Stocker from University of Cincinnati.
A screening of the 2022 documentary Not a Tame Lion about John Boswell to include a Q&A with the director Craig Bettendorf. Jay Watkins, Ph.D. from the H.R. Tyler Department of History, will moderate.
The Institute of Bill of Rights Law launched the Scalia-Ginsburg Collegiality Speaker Series in fall 2022.
The Environmental Humanities Research Expo hosted by the ENSP department to celebrate and showcase the incredible undergraduate research within the scope of environmental humanities. There will be live music, free food, swag, and intellectual discourse.
Your defense must be scheduled and completed by this deadline.
Hear from 4 professionals working in a wide variety of roles in different museums around the commonwealth. Don't miss this opportunity to network and learn about careers in museums!
Theoretical and Numerical Analysis of Non-Radially Symmetric Bifurcation Solutions in a Modified Hele-Shaw Problem
Enjoy an ice cream with your mentor pod or Monroe friends!
Anthropology Ph.D. candidate Olanrewaju Lasisi will defend his dissertation "Landscapes of Power: A Historical Archaeology and Cultural Astronomy of Ijebu-Yoruba Palatial Urbanscapes, AD 1000-1900."
Biao Lian, Princeton University, Title of talk: "Magic flat bands of electrons in moiré graphene.”
Celebrate Earth Week at the Institute for Integrative Conservation Open House!
April 21, 2023
4:00 to 6:00 PM
221 N Boundary Street
Free and Open to the Public
No Registration Required
Join Pink Tax Comedy as we celebrate our 1st birthday with an improv, sketch, and video sketch performance in Andrews 101 @ 7pm. If you can't make it follow us on Instagram @pinktaxcomedy.
Interactive research and development presentations from physics and EPAD students.
Join Professor Bosma for his book talk on Monday, April 24 from 4-6 PM in the Reves Room.
James walks students through the process of using scripture as its own form of the socratic method.
Join us for the end-of-the-year event! We will hear presentations from our graduating majors on their final research projects and announce our annual awards. Come to support and celebrate your friends and classmates—snacks provided! See you there!
William & Mary Theatre is pleased to announce its final production of the season, A Midsummer Night's Dream, written by William Shakespeare and directed by Laurie Wolf.
Monica Ruiz will deliver the 2023 George Tayloe Ross Address on International Peace April 27, 2023, at 4:30pm via Zoom.
Final submission deadline for A&S graduate students to satisfy degree requirements for graduation in May 2023
In this talk, scholar/activist Esha Momeni will discuss the on-going struggle for women's rights and beyond in Iran.
Join us for the final talk in our spring speaker series with Bobby Crutchfield, including an elevator pitch for human geography, humanitarian assistance & disaster relief, force protection, the human terrain ethical dilemma, & information vs intelligence.
Title: Kohnert posets
Professor Rahul Simha from Department of Computer Science, The George Washington University will present his talk: "What is Quantum Computing?"
CANCELED (Due to weather): Students, join your philosophy professors for our Spring cook-out and volleyball match! Burgers, veggie burgers, hotdogs, chips, cookies, and soft drinks provided. Philosophy students and friends invited!
Victor Haskins is a multi-instrumentalist, multidisciplinary artist, international performer, composer, improviser, bandleader, and educator.
Come join us for Cypher VIII, William & Mary’s 8th annual hackathon! Cypher is a great opportunity for anyone interested in technology to learn, connect, and compete!