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Join Sarah Balascio, the McLeod Tyler Wellness Center Art Therapist, for this Virtual Creative Arts activity!
The Institute for Integrative Conservation is hosting a student brownbag discussion with Dr. Melissa Checker focused on environmental gentrification and the hidden socioeconomic consequences of sustainable policies.
Part of the Institute for Integrative Conservation Speaker Series, Dr. Melissa Checker will give a Zoom talk about her research exploring the hidden socioeconomic consequences of sustainable policies and urban redevelopment in New York.
In this seminar Dennis Hallema will discuss how to properly train a classifier for the purpose of predicting potential fire control locations, and show what a prediction map looks like.
We will engage in design thinking to brainstorm new ways to improve our Spring semester experience as we aim to better understand the different perspectives of the W&M community.
Prof. Sharona Gordon, Physiology & Biophysics University of Washington, Title of talk: If I’m not safe, nobody is: science, power, and activism in the age of #MeToo
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business is partnering with Poets & Quants for a STEM-focused MBA event. This event is for prospective students interested in exploring an MBA with a STEM designation and getting an in-depth look inside the programs.
Hear from Professor Patricia Vahle as she discusses the NOvA particle physics experiment and her investigation of the absence of an expected asymmetry of the Universe.
Join us as we invite students to share their experiences learning at W&M throughout this semester.
Conservation Stories Podcast - The Pamunkey: Past, Present, and Future
Connecting listeners to nature through inspirational personal narratives from diverse voices in conservation
Join UVA's Student Council's Sustainability Committee for a roundtable discussion on white fragility in the framework of sustainability!
Apply to work on one of the Spring 2021 sustainability projects/research for 1-3 ENSP credits!
Join us as Professor Fabrizio provides a first-hand account of the Nepal expedition — from extreme heat to wild rhinoceros encounters — and what they hope to discover with the information they gathered.
Do you love GIS or want to learn more about it? Enjoy puzzles, virtual competitions, guessing games, scavenger hunts and mapping? Register for free to gain access to the virtual activities:
The Virginia Coastal Policy Center will host its last webinar of the fall semester on November 18 on the topic, "Liability in the Face of a Changing Climate."
Hear from Professor Fabricio Prado as he explores how early trade networks to South America jump-started the U.S. national economy.
The Charles Center and the Institute for Integrative Conservation are pleased to offer an integrative conservation research program for W&M undergraduate students in 2021. Applications are due on December 4, 2020.