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A reading group with no pressure to read! We’ll summarize the chapters and then jump into participant discussions of the concepts, activities, and challenges presented in the book WHAT INCLUSIVE INSTRUCTORS DO.
Join us for an LGBTQIA+ History Open House on Thursday, October 6 from 6:00-7:30pm. All are welcome, and refreshments will be provided.
In today’s fast-paced, social-media driven world, having some form of digital identity is a given, even for new scholars. This session will highlight the pros and cons of popular platforms and briefly discuss the double-edged sword of
Join members of the OWJ Board for their annual meeting to learn more about OWJ's plans for the coming year.
Join us as we tour an exhibit in the University Archives of photographs, artifacts and publications that showcase the history of the Order of the White Jacket at William & Mary. A light reception will follow.
Join children’s author, Erin Spencer ’14, as she talks about her new book, The World of Coral Reefs. This book is perfect for the budding ocean explorers in your life! Enjoy a (free) breakfast.
Come watch and discuss an episode from Netflix's High On The Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America.
Interested in helping students with their writing and communication skills? Apply to work as a paid writing center consultant!
Grab your boos and get ready for a skele-ton of fun, because we’re brewing up some Spooktacular Trivia! Will your team be #squadghouls, or prove that you don’t know jack-o-lantern? Find out October 18 @7pm.
The Institute for Integrative Conservation, William & Mary Libraries, and the Reves Center for International Studies host a day at W&M with journalist and adventurer, Ken Ilgunas.
Researchers read a lot. Keeping track of citations doesn’t have to be more of a burden than the research itself. Research & Instruction Librarian Alexandra Flores will showcase citation management tools and how they can streamline your research process.
In this two-day intensive workshop, participants will explore and study the exciting world of the history of books in Swem Library’s Special Collections.
Trick or Treat your way through all 3 floors of Swem for candy! 7 departments in Swem will be handing out treats and Special Collections will host its 2nd annual Halloween Open House, featuring all its spookiest collections.
Are you thinking about applying to be a Writing Resources Center consultant? Come to an info session to learn more! Talk to current consultants and hear about what we do in the WRC. We'll introduce you to our services, and answer all your questions.
Need an idea for a Halloween costume? Join us online on 10/27 from 5:30-6:30 pm for a Halloween costume idea exchange!
Just need to craft or sew something quick for a last minute costume? Join us on 10/29 between 10-12 in the Read & Relax area for a costume making hang out!
At the Writing Resources Center, trained peer consultants offer individual assistance with writing, presentation, and other communication assignments across disciplines and at any stage, from generating ideas to polishing a final product.