Mental Health Mondays: Immigration & Acculturation Stress
Monday, October 2
12pm - 1pm
Sadler Center, Center for Student Diversity Conference Room

This month’s MHM will be concerning immigration and acculturation stress. William & Mary’s Counseling Center will lead us in a discussion about what it means to be an immigrant/the child or grandchild of immigrants, and how to handle those pressures.

Trans Locker Open House 
Wednesday, October 4
1pm - 4pm
Sadler Center, Center for Student Diversity, 268

Come to the Center for Student Diversity to use the Trans Locker! Students can use the locker, located in the center, privately or peruse with friends. We are also accepting limited donations.

    Take a Break Book Chat: The Change by Kirsten Miller
    Thursday, October 5
    8pm - 9pm

    Join William & Mary faculty and staff as we take a break for a book chat on The Change by Kirsten Miller.

    Understanding the Diaspora w/Dr, Adrian Bravo
    Friday, October 6
    12pm - 1pm
    Sadler Center, Center for Student Diversity Conference Room

    Join the Center for Student Diversity and Dr. Adrian Bravo as we discuss cultural differences among the diaspora and what it means to be latinx/hispanic. Lunch is provided.

    Lemon Project Genealogical Research Roundtable
    Thursday, October 12
    6pm - 7pm

    The roundtable is a collaboration of genealogists and family historians at all levels of expertise. The session will focus on slavery and post-emancipation eras.

    Pet Therapy with Stella
    Tuesday, October 17
    11am - 1pm
    McLeod Tyler Wellness Center, Lobby

      Virtual Mentor Mixer
      Tuesday, October 17
      4pm - 5pm
      Tribe Square, Entrepreneurship Hub

      Connect and Learn at the Mentor Mixer!

      Georgia O'Keeffe: Deconstructing a Myth; Offering a New Perspective
      Tuesday, October 17
      5pm - 6pm
      Tucker Hall, 127A

      This semester, our Muscarelle Explorations lecture series will dive into the people, the art and the stories that have defined the Muscarelle over the past 40 years.

      D&I Lunch & Learn
      Wednesday, October 18
      12pm - 1:30pm
      Sadler Center
      Digital Curation Workshop
      Wednesday, October 18
      12pm - 1:30pm
      Swem Library, Ford Classroom

      Join STLI Excellence in Teaching Faculty Fellow Paul Vierthaler for a lunchtime workshop on Wednesday, October 18 from noon to 1:30pm as he presents a plug-and-play digital curation assignment you can adopt or adapt in your own classes next semester.

      Crash Course: Salary Negotiation
      Wednesday, October 18
      4pm - 4:30pm
      Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room

      Please see TribeCareers for further details.

        Flu Shot Clinic at the Wellness Center
        Thursday, October 19
        11am - 3:30pm
        McLeod Tyler Wellness Center, Studio B

          Test Anxiety Solutions
          Friday, October 20
          10am - 10:45am
          McLeod Tyler Wellness Center, Studio B

          Have you struggled with taking exams? Do you feel that your test performance would improve if you had a better approach for managing your thinking and emotions around tests?

            Lemon Project Hearth Homecoming Gathering
            Friday, October 20
            2pm - 4pm
            Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved

            Come out to Hearth on Friday afternoon of Homecoming Weekend. Talk with Lemon Project team members about their reparative work.

            Boswell Lecture Series: "Doll Play Made Me Gay": Barbie's Storied Past
            Monday, October 23
            5pm - 6:30pm
            Ewell Hall, Room 107
            Frank New has been studying Barbie for several years. After this summer's blockbuster, he is back to help us better understand this icon and her place in our lives. This event is sponsored by History, the Boswell Lecture Series, and GSWS. 
            Don't We Already Do Inclusion?
            Tuesday, October 24 - Wednesday, December 6
            Virtual and School of Education

            Gather your colleagues and join us for a 3-part learning series on Inclusion.

              Training Workshop: Addressing Cultural Ruptures 
              Tuesday, October 24
              11am - 1pm
              School of Education, Zoom

              Dr. Parris, Associate Dean and Director of Diversity & Inclusion and Associate Professor, will provide training on cultural ruptures that commonly occur in classrooms.

              Campus Connect Fall Training
              Tuesday, October 24
              1pm - 4:30pm
              McLeod Tyler Wellness Center, Conference Room

              Campus Connect is an experiential suicide prevention training program designed specifically for college campuses.   

                Walking With Gorillas: with Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka
                Wednesday, October 25
                3:30pm - 5:45pm
                Alumni House, Leadership Hall

                Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka of Conservation for Public Health (Uganda) discusses the intersection of public health and conservation, with a focus on mountain gorilla conservation. Event is followed by a book signing. Zoom option available.

                Library/IT/STLI Pub on the Patio
                Wednesday, October 25
                4pm - 5:30pm
                Swem Library, Conservation Patio (rain plan is Botetourt Gallery)

                Join us on October 25 from 4:00-5:30PM on the Conservation Patio for a faculty/staff pub event, brought to you by W&M Libraries, the Provost's Office, Information Technology, and the Studio for Teaching and Learning Innovation. 

                Thursday, October 26 - Sunday, October 29
                Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall

                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.

                Biodiversity Conservation in Nepal's Trans-Himalaya
                Thursday, October 26
                Tucker Hall, Tucker Theater

                Join us for a talk by our special guest Rinzin Phunjok Lama. Lama is a native of Nepal and a Conservation Biologist at Third Pole Conservancy, an NGO established to promote science-based conservation of wildlife and its habitat in Nepal Himalaya. 

                Science Career Expo
                Thursday, October 26
                6pm - 8pm
                Sadler Center, Chesapeake
                  Transfer Tea .. and Coffee!
                  Friday, October 27
                  3pm - 4:30pm
                  Campus Living Center, Patio

                  All Transfer Families - and Students! - are invited to join W&M's #TeamTransfer to catch up on the latest university "tea" over a cup of warm tea ... or coffee.

                  Study Abroad Fair
                  Saturday, October 28
                  11am - 2pm
                  Unity Hall

                  Learn more about your study abroad options!

                  First-Generation/Limited-Income (FGLI) Family Fuel-up
                  Saturday, October 28
                  12:30pm - 2:30pm
                  Campus Living Center, Patio

                  Join FGLI @ W&M and STEP at the Campus Living Center Patio to fuel-up for your afternoon of campus fun!

                  Ned Blackhawk: The Indigenous Origins of the American Revolution
                  Saturday, October 28
                  5pm - 7pm
                  Integrated Science Center (ISC), Room 1221

                  Professor Ned Blackhawk will discuss his book, The Rediscovery of America: Native Peoples and the Unmaking of U.S. History, a sweeping retelling of U.S. history which shows how Native Americans are essential to understanding the evolution of America.

                  Pumpkins for Patients
                  Sunday, October 29
                  2pm - 4pm
                  Sorority Court

                  TriDelta is supporting St. Jude's Children's Hospital with our annual Pumpkins for Patients event! We will have a live band, fall treats, and a patch full of pumpkins to paint and enjoy the autumn vibes. 

                  Trick-or-Treat and Halloween Open House
                  Monday, October 30
                  4pm - 7pm
                  Swem Library, Special Collections Research Center

                  Trick-or-Treat through all 3 floors of Swem Library and come see all the spookiest collections at the Special Collections Research Center Halloween Open House! Costumes welcome and encouraged (please no weapons, prop or otherwise)!

                  Maka documentary screening and Q&A with director Elia Moutamid
                  Monday, October 30
                  5pm - 6:30pm
                  Blow Memorial Hall, Room 333

                  Screening of documentary film Maka, about the first Black news editor in Italy, followed by Q&A with the film's director Elia Moutamid.

                  Pumpkin Painting on Sadler Terrace with Auxiliary Services
                  Tuesday, October 31
                  11am - 1pm
                  Sadler Center, Sadler Terrace

                  William & Mary's Auxiliary Services is hosting a pumpkin painting session on Sadler Terrace, where you can enter your painted pumpkin into our contest, and the best painted pumpkin will win some W&M swag! Paints, pumpkins, and candy will be provided.


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