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ACS presents Reruns: '90s and '00s TV show based skits!
Saturday, April 1
7pm - 8:30pm
Campus Center

Miss watching the Fresh Prince of Bel Air? The Proud Family? A Different World? Martin? No worries! Join us for a series of skits based on the popular '90s and '00s TV shows, with an African twist! Tickets will be $3 presale, $5 at the door.

    US Trade Policies: Where We've Been, Where We Are Going and How To Get Back On Track
    Tuesday, April 4
    12:50pm
    Law School, RM 127

    Human Security Law Center invites you to join us for former U.S. Ambassador to Belize, Vinai Thummalapally's talk on US Trade Policies: Where We've Been, Where We Are Going and How to Get Back On Track. Pizza will be served. 

      Tenth Annual Schmidt Lecture on Technology and Society
      Wednesday, April 5
      4pm - 5pm
      ISC1 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1127

      This year’s Schmidt speaker is Marya Doerfel from Rutgers University, speaking on “Social Networks, Disrupted: How Organizations and Communities Achieve Resilience in Volatile Conditions.” Wednesday, April 5th, 4:00pm in ISC1127.

        Integrative Diversity & Inclusion Forum
        Thursday, April 6
        11am - 12:30pm
        Sadler Center, Chesapeake Rooms
        Join campus and community leaders to discuss the ways that peer educators at William & Mary can collaboratively approach topics of health & wellness from the lens of diversity & inclusion. 
          The Past, Present and Future of the Middle East: The James A. Bill Memorial Conference
          Friday, April 7
          8:30am - 5pm
          School of Education, Dogwood Room

          The James A. Bill Memorial Conference honors the Reves Center's Founding Director and brings renowned scholars and experts from the fields of international relations, diplomacy,  journalism and history to share insights and perspective on the Middle East.

            Africana Studies Senior Symposium
            Friday, April 7
            12pm - 2pm
            Morton Hall, Room 220

            Join us as our Africana Studies seniors present brief presentations of their individual research.

              The Project on International Peace and Security's Annual Research Symposium
              Friday, April 7
              3pm - 4:30pm
              Washington Hall, Room 201

              Join the PIPS undergraduate research fellows as they present innovative solutions to emerging international security challenges.

                Amernet String Quartet
                Friday, April 7
                7:30pm
                Ewell Hall, Recital Hall (Rm 107)

                Admission: FREE

                Pre-concert lecture at 6pm

                  JAPAN HOUSE: Trip to Cherry-Blossom Festival!
                  Saturday, April 8
                  All day
                  Location not specified

                  Please join the Japanese section for a trip to the National Cherry-Blossom Festival (Sakura Matsuri) in Washington, DC, on April 8th! 

                    Chinese Karaoke!
                    Saturday, April 8
                    7pm - 10pm
                    ISC1 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1221

                    Come sing your favorite songs in English and Chinese with WMCI!

                      The Washington Home of the Philippine Suffrage Movement
                      Monday, April 10
                      2pm - 3pm
                      Andrews Hall, Room 101

                      The Washington Home of the Philippine Suffrage Movement”  

                      A lecture honoring the esteemed group of women Filipino suffragists and independence fighters

                      Monday, April 10
                      2:00 -3:00 PM
                      Andrews Hall, Room 101

                      *Free Banh Mi Sandwiches to First 30 Attendees!

                        Rethinking the Holocaust: Lecture by Professor Jeremy Black, University of Exeter
                        Monday, April 10
                        5:30pm
                        Tucker Hall, 127A

                        The Reves Center presents historian and author Jeremy Black for a lecture entitled Rethinking the Holocaust.

                          Neuroscience Symposium
                          Tuesday, April 11
                          3:30pm - 5pm
                          Sadler Center, Tidewater A

                           Keynote Speaker: Fuseo Kato, Ph.D., M.D., (Jikei University, Tokyo, Japan).  Title: "Synaptic plasticity in the nociceptive amygdala - What is the biological role of emotion in pain?"


                            "Transitional Justice and Support for Democracy. Evidence from Post-war West Germany"
                            Wednesday, April 12
                            12pm - 1:30pm
                            Tyler Hall, Room 322

                            Lecture by visiting scholar Giovanni Capoccia, Professor of Comparative Politics in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford, where he is a Fellow of Corpus Christi College.

                              Chipotle Fundraiser for the Bosnia Project
                              Wednesday, April 12
                              2pm - 9pm
                              Chipotle at 143 Richmond Road in Williamsburg

                              Eat at Chipotle on April 12th between 2:00pm and 9:00pm and 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Bosnia Project! Don't forget to tell the cashier you're supporting the Project!

                                Campus COLL 300 Presentation: "Inclusion and the University"
                                Wednesday, April 12
                                5pm
                                Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                                Emiko Soltis, Executive Director of Freedom University, and several Freedom University students give the third of three campus COLL 300 presentations scheduled for Spring 2017.


                                  The Project on International Peace and Security's Annual Research Symposium
                                  Wednesday, April 12
                                  6pm - 9pm
                                  Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Choate Room; 1779 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington D.C.

                                  Join the PIPS undergraduate research fellows as they present innovative solutions to emerging international security challenges. 

                                    Lunch and learn: Author, Attorney and Human Rights Activist Qasim Rashid
                                    Thursday, April 13
                                    12:50pm - 1:45pm
                                    Law School, Room 124

                                    Please join MLSA and the Mediation Society to meet author, attorney and human rights activist Qasim Rashid as he shares lessons he has learned from advocacy and how his personal ethics have impacted his work. Lunch (not pizza) will be served!

                                      How the Public Perceives Foreign Aid: Research Methods Roundtable Series
                                      Thursday, April 13
                                      3:30pm - 4:30pm
                                      James Blair Hall, Room 221

                                      Guest lecture by Burcu Bayram, who is currently doing cutting-edge work investigating how the public perceives foreign aid and is working on a policy-relevant project on how foreign aid projects are communicated to the public.

                                        DEADLINE: Study Abroad Fall 2017 Scholarships and Non-W&M Study Abroad Program Application Deadlines
                                        Friday, April 14
                                        All day
                                        Reves Center for International Studies

                                        The deadline to apply for Study Abroad Non-W&M Programs and Fall 2017 and Academic Year Scholarships is April 14 at 5:00pm.

                                          Prof. Lee Dugatkin, signing How to Tame a Fox (and Build a Dog)
                                          Friday, April 14
                                          11am - 1pm
                                          William & Mary Bookstore

                                          This fascinating new book chronicles the decades of ground-breaking research being done by a team of Russian scientists in Siberia studying the mechanisms of domestication in silver foxes.  

                                            5K Run for Refugees
                                            Saturday, April 15
                                            7:30am - 10am
                                            Kaplan Arena (formerly William & Mary Hall)

                                            Come out to the 5K Run for Refugees sponsored by Amnesty International Saturday, April 15th and help raise awareness and money for ShelterBox, an amazing organization that provides emergency shelter and relief to refugees!

                                            Facebook: Run for Refugees 5K 

                                              World Taiji and Qigong Day 2017
                                              Saturday, April 15
                                              1pm - 5pm
                                              Williamsburg Public Library, Stryker 127 & 128

                                              The William & Mary Confucius Institute invites the greater Williamsburg community to explore ancient Chinese martial arts and health improvement techniques on World Taiji and Qigong Day.

                                                Japan in a Cup (Fundraiser for the Great East Japan Earthquake)
                                                Monday, April 17
                                                11am - 3pm
                                                Sadler Center, Terrace

                                                Join the Japanese Culture Association on Monday, April 17th at SadlerTerrace from 11AM to 3:00PM for some delicious Japanese food for $1!

                                                  AMES & APIA Capstone Conference Keynote Lecture
                                                  Monday, April 17
                                                  5pm - 6:30pm
                                                  Washington Hall, Room 201

                                                  Please join us for the AMES & APIA Capstone Conference Keynote Lecture: "Recasting Caste: Transnational Alliances and Affiliations in Dalit Activism" by Dr. Purvi Mehta Assistant Professor, Colorado College, History and Feminist & Gender Studies;



                                                    Rewriting Modern Chinese Literature: An Undergraduate Conference
                                                    Tuesday, April 18 - Tuesday, April 25
                                                    Washington Hall, Room 302

                                                    Undergraduate students present their research on modern Chinese literature and culture. 


                                                      Democracy Under Surveillance: A Conversation With Edward Snowden
                                                      Tuesday, April 18
                                                      3pm - 4pm
                                                      Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                                                      Col. (Ret.) Lawrence Wilkerson and Mr. Edward Snowden (via livestream) will discuss global surveillance, the role of intelligence in national security, and the intricate balance between privacy, security, the media and the protection of civil rights.

                                                      Free.

                                                        Christina Baker presents: (Re)EnActments of Belonging: Performances of Mexicanidad in Cabaret & Film
                                                        Thursday, April 20
                                                        3:30pm - 5pm
                                                        Washington Hall, Room 315

                                                        This presentation focuses on how the Mexican contemporary cabaret group, Las Reinas Chulas, uses performative means to critique definitions of mexicanidad (or, Mexicanness) proliferated by Mexico’s Golden Age Cinema (1930-1960) and its on-screen idols. 

                                                          HOPE Presents: Take Back the Night
                                                          Thursday, April 20
                                                          7pm
                                                          Andrews Hall, Room 101

                                                          Join HOPE and the William & Mary community at Take Back the Night, a night that is dedicated to the support and healing of survivors of sexual assault. The event will feature personal testimonies, poetry, and a candlelight vigil. 

                                                            Salsa Showcase
                                                            Thursday, April 20
                                                            7pm - 8pm
                                                            Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                                                            Come out to see Salsa Club's Annual Salsa Showcase! Club members will be performing self-choregraphed bachata, merengue, cha cha, and salsa routines. FREE Admission! Bring your friends for a nice evening of Latin dancing.

                                                              Take Back the Night: A Faculty/Staff Response
                                                              Thursday, April 20
                                                              7pm - 9pm
                                                              Andrews Hall, Room 101

                                                              Join other members of W&M's faculty and staff as we support students and ourselves on this important evening focused on supporting survivors and preventing future sexual assaults from occurring.  This is a two-part event (see within).

                                                                Marginality by Design: An Asian American Perspective
                                                                Friday, April 21
                                                                12pm - 1pm
                                                                Morton Hall, Room 314

                                                                Marginality by Design: An Asian American Perspective
                                                                by Dr. Chinua Akimaro Thelwell 

                                                                Addressing social marginalization in Asian American Studies

                                                                DATE | Friday, April 21 
                                                                TIME | 12 -1 PM
                                                                LOCATION | Morton 314


                                                                *Free Banh Mi Sandwiches to First 30 Attendees

                                                                  W&M Music of India Ensemble
                                                                  Friday, April 21
                                                                  7:30pm
                                                                  Ewell Hall

                                                                  Admission: Free and open to the public

                                                                    Ewell Concert Series-Irfan Khan
                                                                    Saturday, April 22
                                                                    7:30pm
                                                                    Ewell Hall
                                                                    Admission: Free
                                                                      Symposium on the All Volunteer Force
                                                                      Thursday, April 27
                                                                      8am - 6pm
                                                                      Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                                                                      This event is brought to you by the AVF Forum and the William & Mary Public Policy Program

                                                                        W&M Middle Eastern Music Ensemble Final Spring Concert
                                                                        Saturday, April 29
                                                                        7pm - 9pm
                                                                        Ewell Hall
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