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Students in the Vanguard: The Politics of Progress in Higher Education
Dr. Stefan M. Bradley will discuss the role of student activism in determining policies concerning curriculum, expansion, and investment at elite institutions of higher education.
William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal is hosting its annual symposium on March 3, 2023! This year’s symposium will focus on Constitutional Issues Within Educational Spaces, with nine speakers presenting on a range of topics.
The Virginia Division on Career Development and Transition is accepting proposals and registrations for our 2023 conference on March 6th at the Hotel Roanoke.
Do you want to learn more about recent developments in culturally responsive teaching and technology integration for your classrooms? How can educational technology be used as a catalyst for equity and support student learning?
This summit will bring together a diverse group of thought leaders from multiple levels and organizations to discuss the teacher shortage on the Peninsula and creative approaches to recruiting and retaining highly skilled teachers.
Join us for a 30-minute STLI Quick Bite this Friday at noon on Zoom. We will introduce you to ChatGPT, show you how to use it, and discuss how you might leverage it to work for you rather than against you.
An experimental, two-week summer camp partnership with Newport News Public Schools (NNPS), Camp Eager aims to Elevate engineering, Advance innovation, Guide learning, Effect change, and Remove barriers for all.
Join STLI for a Conversation about Community Based Learning on Friday, March 24, from 12-1pm in Swem Library G64.
The W&M Student Assembly and the Counseling Center invite students to attend a conversation and Q&A panel on Friday, March 24th 12:45pm-1:45pm in Studio B of the Wellness Center.
Join us for “Women in the Movement,” a new initiative focused on the pivotal role of women during social movements throughout time!
Day for Admitted Graduate Students at the William & Mary School of Education. By invitation only, for admitted students.
School of Education- S'More Social for Admitted and Current Students
Tools & Tips for Unlocking Student Potential