Seeger or Spinoza: Who is the Better Reader of Ecclesiastes? [Leora Batnitzky]
Wednesday, November 1
4pm - 8pm
Ewell Hall, Room 107

Professor Leora Batnitzky of Princeton University intertwines rock and roll, the Vietnam war, and Baruch Spinoza! 

2023 WMGIC x NATO Countering Disinformation Challenge
Friday, November 3
8am - 2pm
Online via Zoom (Registration Required)

Hundreds of undergraduate students across the NATO Alliance will unite for a case challenge to address and counter disinformation in one of seven realms, competing to develop the most comprehensive and innovative solution that can be put into practice.

Career Pathways in Environmental Leadership: A Conversation with Melanie Davenport (DEQ)
Thursday, November 9
12pm - 1pm
Chancellors Hall (formerly Tyler Hall), Room 322

Join us for a lunch talk featuring Melanie Davenport, Director of Regulatory Affairs and Outreach at the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). 

Chinese Economic Statecraft (And What the US Can Do About It) by William Norris, Texas A&M
Tuesday, November 14
4pm - 5:30pm
Reves Center for International Studies, The Reves Room
Associate Professor William Norris from Texas A&M will be presenting his lecture Chinese Economic Statecraft (And What the US Can Do About It).
Steve DeRoy - Indigenizing the Map: Restorying and reconciling our homelands using GIS
Wednesday, November 15
3:30pm - 5pm
Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 342

Steve DeRoy Anaishinaabe/Saulteaux, geospatial technologies expert, indigenous mapper, and co-founder/CEO of The Firelight Group, Xwmélch’tstn, West Vancouver, Canada speaks on "Indigenizing the Map: Restorying and reconciling our homelands using GIS"

NEW Leadership Virginia Virtual Information Session
Wednesday, November 15
Location not specified

NEW Leadership Virginia is a non-partisan six-day residential program for women interested in American policy and politics. 

Citizen Lawyers in Action
Tuesday, November 28
11:30am - 6pm
Law School, 120, 124