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Join us for our annual Distinguished Scholar Lecture featuring Stanford University's Professor Andrew Walder on Monday, April 2 from 4:00 to 5:30 PM in Blow Hall 201.
Join us for a guest lecture by Dr. Michael Phillips from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. Dr. Phillips will present on "Multimedia Feedback: Clear, Powerful and Personalized."
Join five engaging panelists, your friends from across the university, and residents of Williamsburg for this exciting town-gown event to address the key roles that diversity and inclusion play in our students' wellness. Reception to follow.
This talk will challenge singular interpretations of Bruce Lee, introducing Lee as an "Imperial Dragon" that helped sustain U.S. empire, and as an anti-Japanese hero who paradoxically empowered the Japanese.
Armin Langer ist Aktivist und Leiter der Initiative Salaam-Shalom in Berlin, ein J?dische-Islamischer interkultureller und religions?bergreifender Verein.
Armin Langer, author of the book Ein Jude aus Neukoeln / A Jew from the No-Go Area and coordinator of the interfaith initiative Salaam-Shalom in Berlin, will present on the initiative and the relationship between Jews and Muslims in Germany.
We invite all aspiring and experienced Irish musicians to dust off their instruments and join us for Irish music in our Caf?.
Lecture by Dr. Michael Harris (Visiting Instruction Librarian, William & Mary) on "The Sound of Absence: Kurosawa, Hayasaka, and the Missing Music of Ikiru"
Authentic Chinese Cuisine and culture at Sadler Dining Hall. Friday, April 6th at 5pm. Recipes were provided by Rising Freshman Daniel Wang. Live entertainment and decorations provided by the Confucius Institute.
Be sure to attend the Government & Nonprofit Symposium. You'll meet professionals who work in the government and nonprofit sectors, learn about their careers, and get advice for pursuing a similar career path.
Please join ILS on March 27 during the lunch hour for a panel discussion on U.S. gun policy as compared to gun policies around the world. Noodles & Co. will be provided!
German Studies seniors participating in the GRMN 408 Senior Seminar "Literary Case-Histories" this semester will present their projects in English.
It's Amnesty's iconic spring event! Listen to wonderful local musicians/performers while participating in human rights activism (petitions, letters, etc.)! The event is FREE and food will be provided
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Dinner Benefit with keynote speaker Dr. Iyabo Obasanjo on international development from the receiver's perspective and navigating relationships. Tickets will be $5. Find us tabling in Sadler to purchase your ticket early!
A public lecture, sponsored by the Department of History, by Professor Kate Brown, "The Great Chernobyl Acceleration: How Writing European History has Changed in the Age of the Anthropocene."
In honor of UN Chinese Language Day, WMCI will be holding a Chinese Language & Culture Experience Day on Friday, April 20th, from 2:00-5:00 pm.
Professor Alexander Tsygankov presents a lecure on Russian folk music.
Refugees Welcome! Is held in cooperation with Commonwealth Catholic Charities, the organization that runs the Refugee Resettlement Program in the Hampton Roads/Williamsburg area through the Virginia Office of Newcomers.
The German Studies Senior Research Colloquium will be Thursday, April 26, from 4-6pm in WASH 315.
Take a study break by learning about your future study abroad options!