Christian Lawyer Speaker Series: Mark Matney
Tuesday, September 8
12:45pm - 2pm
Law School, Zoom

Join the Christian Legal Society in welcoming Mark Matney, W&M Adjunct Faculty and Hampton Roads Defense Lawyer. He will be sharing with us about the way his legal career has intertwined with his spiritual journey with the Lord.

    Study in D.C. Week: A Conversation with Paula Reid, CBS News
    Wednesday, September 9
    12:30pm - 1:30pm
    Online - Zoom

    Hear from Paula Reid, White House Correspondent for CBS News, moderated by Drew Stelljes, Asst. VP for Student Engagement & Leadership!

    "Behavior and Policy During a Pandemic:  HIV as an Historical Analogy" by Nick Papageorge, Ph.D.
    Wednesday, September 9
    7pm - 8pm
    VIRTUAL

    Virtual talk:  "Behavior and Policy During a Pandemic:  HIV as an Historical Analogy" by Nick Papageorge, Ph.D., Broadus Mitchell Associate Professor, Economics, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Johns Hopkins University

    Upstream: The Quest to Solve Problems Before They Happen (Webinar)
    Thursday, September 10
    12pm - 1pm
    Virtual

    So often in our organizations and communities, we fall into a cycle of reaction. What if instead we could shift our energies upstream -- uncovering and addressing the source of those problems?

    SIPS Guest Speaker: Christos Badavas
    Thursday, September 10
    12:50pm - 1:50pm
    Law School, Virtual

    The Student Intellectual Property Society (SIPS) will host W&M Law alum Christos Badavas for a virtual lunchtime talk about his practice as an IP attorney in the music industry. 

    Racial Disparities in the Time of COVID-19
    Thursday, September 10
    5pm - 6pm
    Zoom

    To kick off its Speaker Series, the Center for Racial & Social Justice welcomes W&M epidemiologist and public health expert Dr. Iyabo Obasanjo to discuss the health disparities experienced by Black and Brown people in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 

    AMES Colloquium Series - Fall 2020
    Friday, September 11 - Friday, November 6
    3pm - 4pm
    TBD, Zoom

    This semester we feature five lectures by AMES fabulous faculty, each of whom volunteered to offer a view into their current projects or recently published research.

      Supreme Court Preview
      Friday, September 11 - Saturday, September 12
      4pm - 5:30pm
      Law School, Online

      The Institute of Bill of Rights Law marks the commencement of the new term of the United States Supreme Court each fall with its Supreme Court Preview Conference.  Our 2020 Preview will be online via Zoom.

      The Challenge of Financing Resiliency Webinar
      Wednesday, September 16
      10am - 11:30am
      Zoom

      The Virginia Coastal Policy Center will partner with The Riley Center for Livable Communities to host a discussion on strategies and tools local governments can use to finance resilience projects.

      Citizen: An American Lyric
      Thursday, September 17 - Sunday, September 20
      Virtual Theatre

      THE STORY: A searing, poetic riff on race in America, fusing prose, poetry, movement, music, and the visual image. As Rankine writes, “This is how you are a citizen.”

      Hindsight 2020: The Unprecedented Year
      Thursday, September 17
      6pm - 7:30pm
      Zoom

      Join the William & Mary Washington Center for a panel discussion on the 2020 election. 

      No Transition, No Justice Symposium
      Friday, September 18
      9am - 5pm
      Law School, Virtual

      Join us for an on-line symposium titled "No Transition, No Justice: How the Absence of Transitional Justice Following the Civil War Has Led to Ongoing Racial Injustice in the United States."

      Constitution Day Event: Slavery and the U.S. Constitution
      Saturday, September 19
      7pm - 8pm
      Facebook

      Professor Allison Orr Larsen, director of the William &May Institute of Bill of Rights Law, will join Ms. Deirdre Jones of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and others for a special Constitution Day event.

      Bayan Ko, Where Are You?(A Teach-In on the Pilipino Diaspora and Human Rights in the Philippines)
      Saturday, September 19
      7pm - 8:30pm
      Zoom

      Keynote Speaker: Ninotchka Rosca, award winning author and political prisoner of the Marcos dictatorship

      Panelists:

      Rinabeth Apostol, Actor and Activist

      Dr. Joi Barrios, UC Berkeley

      Ryan Macasero, Rappler

      Leezel Tanglao, HuffPost

      Moderator:

      Francis Tanglao Aguas

      Crash Course: Maximizing Your Winter Break
      Monday, September 21
      12pm - 12:45pm
      Virtual

      Learn how to best maximize your winter break. 

        How Disability Drives Innovation: An Intersectional and Global Perspective
        Monday, September 21
        5pm - 6pm
        Zoom

        The Reves Center presents Haben Girma, first Deafblind graduate of Harvard Law School and activist for disability rights, who will deliver the 2020 McSwain-Walker Lecture: How Disability Drives Innovation: An Intersectional and Global Perspective

        Reporting During a Pandemic: The Impact of COVID-19 on Museums 
        Tuesday, September 22
        4pm - 5pm
        Zoom

        The Charles Center, in collaboration with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, present Arionne Nettles, who will discuss her experience reporting as a journalist during a global pandemic. Nettles will focus on the impact of COVID-19 on museums


        Navigating Your Career as a Diverse Candidate: Latinx
        Tuesday, September 22
        4pm - 5:30pm
        Virtual

        Join us for a joint diversity panel series presented by the Cohen Career Center,  Center for Student Diversity, and W&M Alumni Association.

          “The African American Experience at William & Mary” Discussion: A Lemon’s Legacies Porch Talk
          Tuesday, September 22
          7pm - 8pm
          Zoom

          Join The Lemon Project team, in conjunction with Williamsburg Regional Library, as we lead a discussion of “The African American Experience at William & Mary: A Historical Overview” from The Lemon Project Report of the First Eight Years, pages 38-57.

          Brown Bag: Jajuan Johnson, "The Journey of Making ALL African American Legacies Matter"
          Wednesday, September 23
          12pm - 1pm
          Zoom

          Dr. Johnson is currently the Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow for the Lemon Project at William & Mary

            “COVID-19's Effects on Virginia” by Marvin Figueroa, Virginia Deputy Sec of Health & Human Resources
            Wednesday, September 23
            7pm - 8pm
            VIRTUAL

            Virtual talk on “COVID-19's Effects on Virginia and the Role of Public Policy in Addressing These Effects” by Marvin Figueroa, Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Resources, Commonwealth of Virginia; Legislative Director, Governor Ralph Northam

            Roger Lu Phillips, Upcoming Trial of ISIS Fighters in Virginia
            Thursday, September 24
            1pm - 2pm
            Zoom

            Hosted by the WM Security Law Center. Mr. Phillips heads the Syrian Justice and Accountability Centre's efforts in support of Universal Jurisdiction prosecutions of Syrian war crimes and data analysis and documentation teams. 

            Health Policy Careers Panel
            Monday, September 28
            5pm - 6pm
            VIRTUAL

            Hear from four W&M alums as they discuss how to launch a career in health policy and establish yourself in the field.  

            The First Presidential Debate: A Conversation for Students
            Wednesday, September 30
            1pm - 2pm
            Virtual

            Join The Public Discourse Initiative on September 30 during the lunch hour as we discuss the first presidential debate of 2020.

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