Writing Resources Center Open for Summer Session
Tuesday, June 8 - Friday, August 6
9am - 10pm

At the Writing Resources Center, trained peer consultants offer individual assistance with writing, presentation, and other communication assignments across disciplines and at any stage, from generating ideas to polishing a final product. 

    Plastics in the Ocean - Hosted by Williamsburg Regional Library
    Tuesday, June 8
    3pm - 4pm
    Online via Zoom

    Ashley King, a masters student at VIMS, will discuss the complex story of plastics in the ocean — where they come from, where they go, and how they impact ocean organisms. She will explain what the future may hold and our role in the story. 

    GALA 35th Anniversary Event - Virtual presentation from W&M Swem Library Staff 
    Tuesday, June 8
    4pm - 5:30pm

    Virtual presentation from W&M staff about the W&M GALA collection in Swem Library’s Special Collections, with an opportunity for Q&A throughout the presentation

    Radical Empathy: Finding a Path to Bridging Racial Divides (Webinar)
    Tuesday, June 15
    12pm - 1pm

    In this deep dive webinar, Terri will demonstrate the importance of vulnerability and provide attendees with practical steps to practice empathy and bring about significant social change.

    GALA 35th Anniversary Event - GALA Alumni Panel
    Tuesday, June 15
    4pm - 5:30pm

    GALA alumni panel with Wayne Curtis ’82 as moderator and Michael Pemberton ’84 and professors Leisa Meyer and George Greenia as panelists.

    Records of Intrigue: The Lemon Project Genealogy Initiative's Summer Sanfoka Series
    Tuesday, June 15
    Zoom webinar

    Join us for the Summer Sankofa Series "Records of Intrigue" with Lisa Crawley and Hannah Scruggs, National Museum of African American History, Explore Your Family History Center, on June 15 at 5:30 p.m.

    Webinar: Writing a Literature Review in the Sciences
    Wednesday, June 16
    2pm - 3:15pm

    A literature review in the sciences presents a critical synthesis of the research on a particular topic. In this webinar, you will learn how to develop your literature review into a focused discussion and interpretation of your source material. 

    W&M Juneteenth Celebration
    Saturday, June 19

    William & Mary will celebrate Juneteenth for the first time with a virtual event featuring actress Morgan McCoy among other performers and speakers. It is free and open to the public. 

    Jump-Start Data Science Speaker Series
    Friday, June 25
    1pm - 2pm
    Cohen Career Center, Virtual
      Lean into Transition
      Tuesday, June 29
      9am - 11am
      Zoom online

      As we transition out of the pandemic era, there are a lot of unknowns ahead of us. This program will explore our present (pandemic era), the past (pre-pandemic), and create some ways of thinking to create pathways into our future (post-pandemic).

        Leaders in Health: Preparing for Summer and Return to School
        Wednesday, June 30
        11am - 12pm

        Join Dr. Melissa Moore '84, Dr. Lee Beers '92, Colleen Gorman '95 and Erika Moritsugu '94, as they share insights with Dr. David Dafashy, W&M medical director, about the latest in vaccine development, mRNA, boosters and more.


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