Mental Health Mondays: Immigration & Acculturation Stress
Monday, October 2
12pm - 1pm
Sadler Center, Center for Student Diversity Conference Room

This month’s MHM will be concerning immigration and acculturation stress. William & Mary’s Counseling Center will lead us in a discussion about what it means to be an immigrant/the child or grandchild of immigrants, and how to handle those pressures.

Defending Ukrainian Sovereignty: Civil Society in Action
Monday, October 2
5pm
Washington Hall, Room 201

The Russian and Post-Soviet Studies Program invites you to the TEPPER LECTURE SERIES: "Defending Ukrainian Sovereignty: Civil Society in Action"

    Dr. Jorge Muñoz, on Careers in International Sustainable Development
    Tuesday, October 3
    4pm - 5pm
    Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room

    Jorge Muñoz discusses the frontlines of global development, and the future of careers in the field.

    Optional Practical Training (OPT) Session
    Wednesday, October 4
    12pm - 1pm
    Virtual

    Are you an F-1 student who wants to work in the U.S. after graduation? You'll most likely need Optional Practical Training (OPT). Attend a virtual OPT session to learn more about this work authorization.

    Chinese Student Organization's Harvest Moon Festival
    Friday, October 6
    7pm - 10pm
    Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

    Come celebrate the Harvest Moon Festival with Chinese Student Organization's culture show: Harry Peng and the Deadly Suns! Enjoy a night with performances and free food catered from Peter Chang's which is included with your ticket purchase!

    A&S Insights from Within DEI Conversation
    Monday, October 9
    11:30am - 1:30pm
    Sadler Center, Tidewater B

    Arts & Sciences Dean's Office invite you to join us for our second annual Insights from Within DEI conversation on Monday October 9! This year's theme is on innovative, affirmative, and effective mentoring. RSVP requested by Monday October 2. 

    Dollars to Yuan: The Political Economy of US-China Ties with Doug Bandow - JQAS Speaker Event
    Monday, October 16
    6:30pm - 7:30pm
    Ewell Hall, Room 107

    The John Quincy Adams Society (JQAS), a foreign policy society, is inviting Doug Bandow of CATO Institute to speak about US-China political and economic ties on October 16th, 6:30-7:30PM, in Ewell Hall 107.

    Hans Tiefel Lecture in Religion and Ethics
    Tuesday, October 17
    5pm - 6:15pm
    James Blair Hall, Room 229

    Don't miss this year's Hans Tiefel Lecture in Religion and Ethics sponsored by the Religious Studies department!

    Between Hebrew and Greek: Why is Ecclesiastes in the Hebrew Bible? [Leora Batnitzky]
    Wednesday, October 18
    12pm - 2pm
    Wren Building, Room 204

    Professor Leora Batnitzky visits W&M from Princeton University!

    Applied Research and Innovation Initiative Workshop
    Wednesday, October 18
    3pm - 4pm
    The Entrepreneurship Hub

    Join us for the second ARII workshop of the semester! Attendees will brainstorm and refine ideas for projects to be funded by ARII. Advice will be provided on how to apply for ARII and potential other funding sources. 

      Undergraduate Research Opportunities Fair
      Wednesday, October 18
      3:30pm - 5pm
      Sadler Center, Chesapeake

      Students are invited to stop by the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Fair to learn more about engaging in research!

      International Storytelling: A Reves Homecoming Panel
      Wednesday, October 18
      5:30pm - 6:30pm
      Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

      Hear from three storytellers, who use different media and languages to create engaging and compelling stories.

      Lee Lecture    
      Thursday, October 19
      5pm - 6:30pm
      Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 220

      Lee Lecture presents Dr. Rebecca Benefiel

        A talk by Brian Morra, an award-winning author of The Able Archers
        Thursday, October 19
        5:30pm
        Ewell Hall, Room 151

        Guest talk: "The Greatest Nuclear War Crisis You’ve Never heard of!: The Able Archers and the Soviet War Scare of 1983”
         
        A talk by Brian Morra, an award-winning author of The Able Archers.  


        Alumna Talk: The "Date Debate": Northeastern Scholars and China's New World War II Timeline
        Friday, October 20
        12pm - 1pm
        James Blair Hall, Room 229

        Emily Matson '12 (PhD UVA ‘20) talks about the politics of history writing on the War of Resistance against Japan (China's World War II). This talk examines a recent change in the official timeline of the war, moving the start from 1937 to 1931.

        RPSS Homecoming Alumni Talk
        Friday, October 20
        3:30pm - 5pm
        Washington Hall, Room 301

        Kimberley Cossey ’04, PhD Candidate, Darden College of Education and Professional Studies, Old Dominion University

        Untold Narratives: International Education through the lens of Finnish-Russian History 

        Searching for Lesbians in all the wrong places 
        Friday, October 20
        4pm - 6pm
        Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

        GSWS Homecoming Lecture by Prof. Leisa Meyer (GSWS, HIST, AMST)

        German Studies Homecoming!
        Saturday, October 21
        9am
        Daily Grind

        Join us at the Daily Grind, 9-11am, on Saturday, October 21!

        French & Francophone Studies Homecoming
        Saturday, October 21
        9am - 11am
        Daily Grind

        We cannot wait to see our alums at this year's Homecoming party: join us at the Daily Grind, 9-11am, on Saturday, October 21!

          Chancellors Hall Homecoming Brunch
          Saturday, October 21
          10am - 12pm
          Chancellors Hall (formerly Tyler Hall), Atrium

          The Departments and Programs of Chancellors Hall welcome Government, Economics, International Relations, and Pubic Policy alumni to our annual Homecoming Brunch! 

            Russian and Post-Soviet Studies Homecoming Reception
            Saturday, October 21
            11am - 1pm
            Washington Hall, Room 315

            Homecoming 2023

            Russian and Post-Soviet Studies Reception

              IIC Homecoming Party - Pre-Game Open House and Backyard Grill
              Saturday, October 21
              1pm - 3pm
              Institute for Integrative Conservation

              Join the Institute for Integrative Conservation for a homecoming celebration and open house. 



              BBQ German Studies
              Saturday, October 21
              2pm - 4pm
              Giles Hall (Randolph Complex), BBQ Pit in Randolph Complex

              Join us on Saturday, Oct 21 for the annual German Studies Fall BBQ! 

              Optional Practical Training (OPT) Session
              Monday, October 23
              3pm - 4pm
              Virtual

              Are you an F-1 student who wants to work in the U.S. after graduation? You'll most likely need Optional Practical Training (OPT). Attend a virtual OPT session to learn more about this work authorization.

              Prof. Larson (Christopher Newport University) lecture on la Belle Epoque
              Tuesday, October 24
              3:30pm - 4:30pm
              Washington Hall, Room 302

              Prof. Larson (Christopher Newport University) will give a talk entitled "Resurrecting Jane de la Vaudère: Literary Shapeshifter of the Belle Époque."

              Hayes Series presents Helon Habila
              Tuesday, October 24
              7pm - 9pm
              Tucker Hall, Tucker Theater 127A

              Helon Habila is a professor of creative writing at George Mason University and the author of four novels and one creative nonfiction book. His most recent novel is Travelers, published by WW Norton.

              Learn about the ESL/Bilingual Education program at the School of Education
              Wednesday, October 25
              11:30am - 12:30pm
              Zoom

              Learn about the William & Mary School of Education's ESL/Bilingual Education program.

              Walking With Gorillas: with Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka
              Wednesday, October 25
              3:30pm - 5:45pm
              Alumni House, Leadership Hall

              Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka of Conservation for Public Health (Uganda) discusses the intersection of public health and conservation, with a focus on mountain gorilla conservation. Event is followed by a book signing. Zoom option available.

              US Indo-Pacific Command Internship Forum
              Wednesday, October 25
              5:30pm - 7pm
              Sadler Center, The Slice

              Stop by The Slice in Sadler on Wednesday, Oct. 25 between 5:30 – 7pm for free pizza and to learn about summer internships at USINDOPACOM headquarters in Hawaii!

              Want to earn your B.A. or B.S. in any field and your Master's in Public Policy in 5 years?
              Wednesday, October 25
              7pm
              Chancellors Hall (formerly Tyler Hall), Room 219

              Want to earn your B.A. or B.S. in any field and your Master's in Public Policy in 5 years?

                Koshien Baseball Film Screening
                Thursday, October 26
                7pm - 9:30pm
                Ewell Hall, Room 107

                A screening of Koshien: Japan’s Field of Dreams, a documentary film about high school baseball in Japan. The director, Ema Ryan Yamazaki, will join remotely to answer your questions. This event precedes a baseball symposium which will be held October 27. 

                150 Years of US-Japan Baseball Diplomacy Symposium
                Friday, October 27
                12pm - 5pm
                Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                A group of distinguished baseball players and experts will assemble at William & Mary to explore the seminal role the sport has played in shaping US-Japan relations over the past 150+ years. 

                Annual Pumpkin Carving Event 
                Friday, October 27
                3pm - 5pm
                Campus Center, Campus Center Patio

                Show off your pumpkin carving skills! Join ISSP for our annual Pumpkin Carving Event! 

                  Biodiversity Conservation in Nepal's Trans-Himalaya
                  Friday, October 27
                  3pm - 5pm
                  VIMS - McHugh Auditorium, Waterman's Hall

                  Join us for a presentation with special guest, Rinzin Phunjok Lama, who was named Time Next Generation Leader in 2022. 

                    Fête de la Recherche
                    Friday, October 27
                    3:30pm - 5pm
                    Washington Hall, Room 201

                    This year's showcase of our students' research will be on Friday, October 27, 3:30 pm.

                    Open rehearsal with three Global Music Ensembles
                    Friday, October 27
                    5pm - 6:50pm
                    Music Arts Center, Music 159

                    Please join our carousel of open rehearsals with the Brazilian, Indian, and Middle Eastern Music Ensembles at the ground floor, Jamestown Road entrance of the New Music Building. 

                      Washington D.C. Trip
                      Saturday, October 28
                      7am - 11pm
                      Departure from Hunt Circle Parking Lot

                      Spend the day in Washington, D.C. and get the chance to see national monuments, the White House, museums, and more!

                      Study Abroad Fair
                      Saturday, October 28
                      11am - 2pm
                      Unity Hall

                      Learn more about your study abroad options!

                      Does China Have a Grand Strategy? by Peter Mattis
                      Monday, October 30
                      4pm - 5pm
                      Global Research Institute, Canopy, Third Floor

                      Please join us in GRI’s Canopy room on Monday, October 30 from 4-5 for a stimulating lecture and open discussion with Peter Mattis, a leading policy thinker on contemporary U.S.-People’s Republic of China relations.

                      Trick-or-Treat and Halloween Open House
                      Monday, October 30
                      4pm - 7pm
                      Swem Library, Special Collections Research Center

                      Trick-or-Treat through all 3 floors of Swem Library and come see all the spookiest collections at the Special Collections Research Center Halloween Open House! Costumes welcome and encouraged (please no weapons, prop or otherwise)!

                      RPSS Program invites you to a Tepper talk by Eugene Vindman, Colonel U.S. Army  (Retired)
                      Monday, October 30
                      5pm
                      Washington Hall, Room 201

                      The Russian and Post - Soviet Studies Program invites you to a Tepper talk: The Foundations of International Justice are Crumbling: Ukraine case study".

                        Maka documentary screening and Q&A with director Elia Moutamid
                        Monday, October 30
                        5pm - 6:30pm
                        Blow Memorial Hall, Room 333

                        Screening of documentary film Maka, about the first Black news editor in Italy, followed by Q&A with the film's director Elia Moutamid.



                        Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian language and culture evening
                        Monday, October 30
                        7:30pm
                        Washington Hall, Room 219

                        Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian language and culture lessons hosted by the South Slavic Student Association at William & Mary.

                          Trick or Treat on the Row
                          Tuesday, October 31
                          5pm - 6:30pm
                          Community Building

                          The Fraternity & Sorority Community will be handing out candy to Williamsburg community members during Trick or Treat on the Row.

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