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The work that I have done in folklore, in genealogy, and in literature has grown out of the griot tradition in African and African Diasporic culture.
AIA Lecture presents: Professor Michael Danti from Boston University discusses the cultural heritage crises in Syria and Northern Iraq. Free and open to the public.
Come join faculty from the Religious Studies department, a campus minister, and fellow students for an informal discussion on the current political climate and its implications on interfaith relations in America.
Learn about the new summer program in Dublin offered by the Raymond A. Mason School of Business. The program will give students an opportunity to gain a business minor (global) outside of the regular undergraduate business admissions process.
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm: Pre-film Panel Discussion (Commonwealth Auditorium)
6:00 pm: Film screening of Nate Parker's The Birth of a Nation (Commonwealth Auditorium)
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm: Post-film Discussion and Reception (Tidewater Rooms A & B)
Are you interested in spending a semester in France, taking courses at a French university, and living with a French family?
Then you should consider applying to the William and Mary semester program in Montpellier, in the South of France.
We encourage any student writing an Honors theses in 2017-18 to consider applying for an Honors Fellowship. Come to this session to learn more about the process.
Philip Roessler, W&M Assistant Professor of Government and the Director of the Center for African Development, will give a talk on two books that he recently published.
Join LLSA for a viewing of Patricio Guzman's The Pinochet Case.
As our nation faces challenges both foreign and domestic, what can be done to improve the state of political affairs? How can William & Mary play a leading role to address pressing issues and public discourse?
Learn more about W&M Exchange Programs!
Optional Practical Training (OPT) is a form of work authorization granted to F-1 (I-20 students). OPT allows you to work in your major, anywhere in the U.S., for 12 months after graduation.
Join us for a comedic performance by Jesse Appell, Fulbright Scholar and Intercultural Comedian. This performance will be in English and feature topics of bridging cultural gaps, being a comedian in China, and tips for learning Chinese.
Write a message of support to your fellow students, colleagues and friends, and share it with the world. #youarewelcomehere @internationalwm
Join the Politics and Gender Working Group for a lunch discussion: Studying and Researching Gender in International Relations. Lunch provided, but please RSVP!
Write a message of support to your fellow students and share it with the world. #youarewelcomehere @internationalwm
Table at School of Education
Wednesday, Feb. 15, 12-4:30pm and
Friday, Feb. 17, 12-4 pm.
Jasper Daniels, the Department of State's representative for the Mid-Atlantic region (VA, NC, SC), is coming to speak with you about DOS job and internship opportunities and paths.
Dr. Shumway will discuss how USAID is using science and technology to transform international development efforts and the fight against global poverty, and explore the gaps and opportunities for transformation of development through science.
The Government and Nonprofit Expo will have 70 employers ready to connect with you. Sign up on Tribe Careers under "workshops" for more information.
The Muscarelle Museum of Art Presents: A Divine Evening with Botticelli! We invite students to attend our FREE STUDENT GALA event on Friday, February 17, from 6-9 pm, and explore the upcoming exhibition featuring works by Botticelli.
Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in Ethnomusicology, Washington University in St. Louis
The Bosnia Project will screen the documentary Sarajevo Roses, followed by a Q&A with its director, Roger M. Richards. Produced over twenty-four years, Sarajevo Roses is a cinematic essay told by five citizens who survived and now struggle to rebuild.
Learn more about Sudanese history and culture with your favorite cultural org, all for FREE! Come to the Africana House to get a change to eat authentic Sudanese food and to learn about the country and its culture.
Interested in traveling, but don't have the budget? Come speak with Audrey Savage '16, who is currently an au pair in Stockholm, Sweden to hear her advice and information on why you should consider taking a gap year to au pair and how to do so.
Eric Sawyer gives the first of three campus COLL 300 presentations scheduled for Spring 2017.
The W&M Global Film Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary with four days of films, special guests, workshops, and receptions from February 23 to 26.
W&M Libraries will be hosting a “meet and greet” with Cuban filmmaker Aram Vidal. Open to the campus community.
Screening of "The Tiger Hunter" followed by a panel discussion.
2017 Symposium: Combatting Human Trafficking Through Law and Social Policy
Learn the basics of the Chinese language.
This workshop will give tips on writing strong essays and submitting a competitive application to the Benjamin Gilman International Scholarship. If you receive a Federal Pell Grant, you are strongly encouraged to attend this workshop.
Global Film Festival – Silent Film Showcase
$5 general admission Global Film Festival
Meet & Greet at lunch
Talk to Chef Martinez and try samples of the delicious food that we'll have for dinner!
Jack Goldsmith, Henry Shattuck Professor of Law Harvard Law School and former head of the Office of Legal Counsel in the George W Bush administration, will deliver a lecture at 12:50 on Monday, February 27, in room 127. Please RSVP. Lunch will be served.
Learn about W&M's Study Abroad Program in La Plata, Argentina.
Free and open to the public. There are two showtimes: 12:30pm and 7pm on 2/28.
Want to study Neuroscience in Copenhagen? Global Health in Switzerland? Climate Change in the Arctic? Sustainable Development in Costa Rica? Classical Studies in England? There are lots of study abroad programs! Let us help you pick the right one!
Meet & Greet with Chef Nicolas Martinez of Chile, learn about his culture and cuisine! Samples of dinner will be served!
Learn more about William & Mary's semester study abroad program in Seville, Spain!
Artist-in-Residence Eddy Harris, nonfiction author and documentary filmmaker of Mississippi Solo and other books
Come watch two rabbis spar over the most fundamental of all questions -- do latkes or hamentashen represent the pinnacle of Jewish cuisine -- and help raise money for a refugee aid organization at the same time. We will serve both foods at the event.