Celebrating Writing
Thursday, March 2
4pm - 5:30pm
Swem Library, Patio
Democracy: A Daily Work of Justice Conversation
Thursday, March 2
6:30pm - 8pm
Sadler Center, Tidewater A

Engage with those who practice and sustain democracy in their everyday lives as journalists, elected officials, advocates, neighbors, immigrants, voters, family members, business members, and more.

Surviving Hitler and Stalin: One Woman's Account
Friday, March 3
Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

As part of the 2023 Ampersand International Arts Festival, Erika Fabian, Reves Center Artist in Residence, will deliver a talk, "Surviving Hitler and Stalin: One Woman's Account." Co-sponsored by W&M Strategic Cultural Partnerships.

Workshop: Culturally Responsive Teaching and Technology Integration
Monday, March 6
2pm - 3pm
Hybrid - Swem Library G64 or Zoom

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?

    Library Coffee Hour
    Thursday, March 9
    9am - 11am
    VIMS - Watermen's Hall, Ground Floor
    Spring Break
    Saturday, March 11 - Sunday, March 19
    Location not specified

    Spring Break

      “Misinformation: How to Manage the Greatest Threat to Peacebuilding Today”
      Tuesday, March 21
      5:30pm - 6:30pm
      Tucker Hall, 127A (Theater)

      Sheldon Himelfarb discusses the intersection of misinformation and the peace process.

        W&M Libraries Trivia
        Tuesday, March 21
        7pm - 9pm
        Swem Library, Ford Classroom
          Pub Event in Botetourt Gallery 
          Wednesday, March 22
          4pm - 5:30pm
          Swem Library, Botetourt Gallery
          STLI Community Conversation: Community Based Learning with STLI Fellow Catherine Brix
          Friday, March 24
          12pm - 1pm
          Swem Library, Hybrid - Swem Library G64 or Zoom

          Join STLI for a Conversation about Community Based Learning on Friday, March 24, from 12-1pm in Swem Library G64.

          W&M Libraries Faculty Scholar Information Session
          Wednesday, March 29

          Join us for an information session about the W&M Libraries' Faculty Scholar position.

          Democratic Dialogues Luncheon with Chris Phillips '81
          Thursday, March 30
          12pm - 1pm
          Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center

          Join us for a catered luncheon with alumni Christopher Phillips to facilitate dialogue on how spiritual, faith- based, and personal values guide interactions with democracy & democratic values

          Democratic Dialogues Lecture with Chris Phillips '81
          Thursday, March 30
          6pm - 7:30pm
          Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center

          Alumni Christopher Phillips will lead a conversation on how his experiences at the State Department's Bureau of Education, the Cultural Affairs' Speakers Program, and civic work abroad changed his understanding of democracy and what challenges he faced. 

          Cypher VIII
          Friday, March 31 - Sunday, April 2
          Swem Library

          Come join us for Cypher VIII, William & Mary’s 8th annual hackathon! Cypher is a great opportunity for anyone interested in technology to learn, connect, and compete! 

          CGA Speaker: Supporting a Botanical Garden from the Sky: A Drone’s Eye View of Plant Conservation
          Friday, March 31
          1pm - 2pm

          The CGA will host GIS Specialist Flamm on March 31st at 1 pm via Zoom! Starting with a botanical oasis in the City of St. Louis, this talk will explore how drones and mapping technologies can have a critical impact on plant conservation work.


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