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New Counseling Student Orientation
Friday, September 1
8:30am - 2pm
School of Education, Room 2060
An additional, program level orientation for all new graduate students in clinical mental health, addictions, couples, marriage & family and school counseling, and counselor education programs.
    Virtual Virginia Presentation and Information Session
    Wednesday, September 13
    2pm - 3pm
    School of Education, Room 2060

    Virtual Virginia, a program of the Virginia Department of Education, offers online courses to students across Virginia. Virtual Virginia will present on their work across the state, as well their upcoming outreach program for Math & Science teachers. 

    WMSURE: DACA Discussion with Dania Matos
    Wednesday, September 13
    6pm - 8pm
    Swem Library, Ford Classroom
    DACA experts will provide current information to students, staff, and faculty. In addition, this session is designed to build community and create a supportive network for those impacted both directly and indirectly. 
    William & Mary Ed Review Discussion and Interest Session
    Thursday, September 14
    3pm - 4pm
    School of Education, Room 2060
    The Modern Research University: Past, Present, Future
    Friday, September 15
    5pm - 6:30pm
    School of Education

     

      NASA Langley Research Center Information Session
      Wednesday, September 20
      5:30pm - 6:30pm
      Cohen Career Center


        Info Session: Global Education Studies in Ireland Spring 2018
        Monday, September 25
        3pm - 4pm
        School of Education, Room 3107
          Dyslexia: Fact, Fiction & What Really Works
          Friday, September 29
          8am - 3:30pm
          School of Education

          Indicators of dyslexia are on the rise and teachers need concrete and practical assistance with the challenges of teaching students who may exhibit them.