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The 4th Annual Diversity & Inclusion Symposium will be a day-long event focused on advancing the conversation on diversity & inclusion within higher education.
Yaoquan Zhou (Ohio State) will be presenting on "Submarine groundwater discharge to the global coast."
Have you thought about working abroad after you graduate from W&M? BUNAC may be the connection your are looking for. Bring lunch and learn about visas, BUNAC assistance, gap year options, and full-support packages.
Reset DOC and Reset Dialogues in partnership with William & Mary present a roundtable discussion about the uncertain future of liberal democracy.
In Milan, a waiter cycling home from working at a prestigious private school's gala is hit by a car. The driver flees, leaving the waiter lying in the street badly injured. The next day, two well-known families' lives are connected by the incident.
Interested in the Shark Tank? Join us for an Info Session!
Learn more about your summer study abroad options.
Join the Muslim Law Students Association (Co-sponsored by APALSA) for some laughs and lunch! We will be watching clips from comedians Aasif Mandvi, Mo Amer, Ramy Youssef, and K-Von that discuss family, culture, and society.
Tomos Llywelyn Evans, a doctoral student in Anthropology, will present an Emerging Scholars Series talk for the public. Presented through partnership between the A&S Graduate Center and the Williamsburg Regional Library.
Dr. Dylan Rogers of the University of Virginia will present a lecture on "Water and Sensory Experience: Reconstructing the Procession of the Eleusinian Mysteries."
Lecture by Ayodeji Ogunnaike, co-sponsored by Africana Studies Department & the Reves Center for International Studies
The night before the annual Evening at the Embassy, join alumni, family and friends for a deeper dive into the W&M Italian Studies department.
APIA-W&M is proud to present a talk by Dr. Kita Douglas that explores the fulcrum of the fine arts, queerness, and the Asian American and Pacific Islander experience.
Professor Jeffrey Herf, Distinguished University Professor of History at the University of Maryland, will do a workshop on his books Divided Memory and Undeclared Wars with Israel on Friday
Professor Jeffrey Herf, Distinguished University Professor of History at the University of Maryland, will give a public lecture on "Germany and Jewish Questions in the Revolution and Unification of 1989-1990--and Since"
Join us for a D.C. Metro Alumni Chapter tradition!
Ta-Nehisi Coates Lecture
Celebration of Diwali (A Hindu festival)
30 Jahre Mauerfall - Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall
Join us for an afternoon with television actor and film director, Tim Reid, on Sunday, November 10 at 11 a.m.
Join other students and faculty/staff members for a campus walk with visiting COLL 300 scholar, Nancy Frey. Nancy is a cultural anthropologist who studies and leads pilgrimage walks along the Camino de Santiago in Spain.
Office of Sponsored Programs & the Reves Center International Travel and Security Manager are pleased to announce a joint informational session on US Export Controls. A representative from the Dept. of Commerce will answer your Export Control questions.
Brown-Bag Lunch Series
Please join the W&M Federalist Society in learning more about the current Hong Kong Protests and U.S.-China Strategic Competition from Ms. Ying Ma.
In 2019, Taiwan became the first nation in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage. This talk explores the development of both pro-gay and anti-gay activism in contemporary Taiwan behind the celebratory note.
An utterly charming tale of good food, feisty ladies and unlikely friendships during a very Roman holiday.
Learn about the new St Andrews summer study abroad session!
This is a joint video session between W&M and St Andrews career centers. It will provide students with information on internships, the internship search, and the related resources available at each career center.
Join the Whole of Government Center of Excellence and Applied Science for a guest lecture by Dr. Lisa Friedersdorf, Director of the National Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO). Students welcome - no RSVP required.
Christine Marran, University of Minnesota, discusses how reading for "biotropes" highlights the role of nonhuman entities in texts. She will discuss how particular approaches to storytelling highlight the material world to perform a critique of culture.
The William & Mary Middle Eastern Music Ensemble presents: Omar Offendum in An Evening of Music & Poetry in Celebration of the Arab-American Experience