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Ambassador Dennis Ross is presented by W&M Hillel, the W&M Reves Center for International Studies, the W&M Global Research Institute, and the W&M Department of Government.
Ilit Ferber, who teaches Philosophy at the University of Tel Aviv will be giving a talk on her new research Wednesday, March 3 at 11am on ZOOM.
This session will focus on questions of diversity and inclusion in the foreign language classroom with an emphasis on issues of representation, accessibility, and engagement.
Spring Break Day
Faculty will learn about trauma-informed teaching practices that include suggestions on how to draft a syllabus, provide advance notice to students regarding the subject to be discussed, and for facilitating class discussion.
Join Italian Studies at W&M for a lunchtime conversation with acclaimed Italian columnist and writer Beppe Severgnini.
Eurocentrism, Knowledge Making and Decolonial Dialogue
Linda Martín Alcoff (Hunter, CUNY) and Carlos Rivera Santana (Hispanic Studies, W&M)
Thursday March 11 3:30-5pm:
Open to Public
GRI's Blockchain Lab presents a discussion on privacy and policy, featuring Elena Giralt of Blockchain Latinx.
AMES Colloquium Series presents: Seeing the Forest from the Trees: Multi-proxy analysis of pastoralist-landscape relationships in southern Arabia during the Holocene
A lecture presented by Professor Tamara Sonn, the 2021 Virtual Kraemer Middle East Distinguished Scholar-In-Residence. Presented in celebration of the Asian Centennial at William & Mary.
Spring Break Day for undergraduates
Esteemed novelist and filmmaker Alia Yunis (The Night Counter) is the premiering author of Asian American Plural: Literature Across Borders, organized by Dr. R. Benedito Ferrao as part of his course OUTSIDE IN: TRANSNATIONAL ASIAN AMERICAN LITERATURE.
Questions about the Foreign Language Proficiency Requirement? Not sure what the Placement Test is about? Interested in taking an advanced language class or learning a new language but not sure if it’s for you?
WMGIC Career & Networking Expo
WMGIC Global Innovation Challenge Competition
Our Spring 2021 Symposium will take place virtually Monday, March 22 through Saturday, March 27, 2021.
Four Centuries of Black Women in America: Freedom, Activism, and Justice for All
Register and view the program here.
This talk presented by Megan Victor of Queen's College is an overview of the recovery excavation season at the Standford Arboretum Chinese Labor Quarters and discusses findings of an analysis ceramic assemblages. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom link.
Join our virtual conversation on "Security in the Cyber Age" with Mr. John Inglis, former Deputy Director of the National Security Agency.
“Searching for Anna May Wong,” traces the journey of actor Natasha Tina Liu, who raises the question, “If trailblazing Anna May Wong were still alive today, would she still face the same racism and challenges she experienced during her time in Hollywood?”
Join the Student Intellectual Property Society (SIPS) for a moderated panel discussion featuring W&M alums working in the exciting field of international IP law.
Author Paul Ocampo will speak on his short story "Butterfly" which appears in Maxine Hong Kingston's anthology, "Veterans of War, Veterans of Peace (2006), as part of Dr. R. Benedito Ferrao's series Asian American Plural: Literature Across Borders.
Please join us for this next event presented by the Mason Diversity & Inclusion Committee as part of the Perspectives series.
Join policy leaders in national security, diplomacy and international development for a discussion of the first 100 days of presidential administrations.
The Russian and Post - Soviet Studies Program invites you to the Tepper Speaker Series: Global Russia.
This open and non-structured space has been established for W&M students who identify as questioning, transgender, non-binary, gender queer, gender-nonconforming and are interested in connecting with others with similar identities/shared experiences.