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Laura Wherry (BA, W&M Economics, '03; Ph.D. in Public Policy, University of Chicago's Harris School) is an Assistant Professor of Economics and Public Service at New York University's Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.
Join us in person or online for a panel discussion focused on Putin's decision to invade Ukraine, including political implications, likely long-term impacts, and the role of disinformation campaigns.
Join us for our Daily Work of Justice Climate Change & Water Conversation. These small group facilitated conversations feature guest speakers with direct experience of the health, economic, and flooding impacts of the climate change and water in VA.
The Green Fee funds any type of sustainability project, outreach, or research with an emphasis on those that highlight the blended environmental, social, and economic lens of sustainability.
Join us for a student workshop that goes over the unwritten rules to navigating your career as a diverse candidate. Network with employers and ask the questions you want to know. Register link:bit.ly/3B7YyTl
Join us for introductory remarks by alumna Erika Moritsugu ’94, deputy assistant to President Biden, followed by a discussion moderated by Erika with W&M alumni S. Douglas Bunch ’02, J.D. ’06, Nina Cavazos ’13, Rita Sampson '89, and Amandeep Sidhu ’00.
Geology senior Lee DePue shares insights from senior research!
Two minutes to convince the crowd you’ve spotted a meaningful problem worth solving. Every Friday at 2 PM.
Virtual Days in DC, Careers in International Relations/Development
Seafood enthusiasts are invited to join the VIMS Marine Advisory Program online for the 2022 Chefs' Seafood Symposium. Scientists provide the culinary community with the latest information on seafood science and fisheries issues.
In this workshop, students will learn how to write a tailored resume and cover letter for positions they are interested in.
Join us for our virtual Climate Change & Water Conversation. These small group facilitated conversations feature guest speakers with direct experience of the health, economic, and flooding impacts of the climate change and water in VA.
Impact Week is a week-long competition in which 3 student orgs compete to receive grant funding to complete their proposed community service project. The 3 student orgs competing this year are Some You Know, Camp Kesem, and Food For All.
Slippery, slimy, and found in the Chesapeake Bay! The American Eel migrate from the middle of the Atlantic Ocean to the Chesapeake Bay and its local waterways. Learn about the current research being conducted by VIMS PhD candidate, Aman Kohli!
The Matoaka Boathouse is OPEN for the Spring Season!
The Green Revolving Fund provides loans to W&M departments for projects that reduce greenhouse gases or resource use while producing a cost savings to pay back the loan over a set period of time.
Dr. Zach Conrad, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and Margaret S. Glauber Fellow, 2021-2023 at William & Mary, will present his research on food system sustainability using data science. Email [[jdcarlson]] for Zoom link.
Want to host an event during Earth Week? Don't know where to start? Come to our "office hours" and we can help you out!
Dr. Blome is a professor of geology at East Carolina University and will be giving a talk titled, "Oh the places you may go! (With a geology degree from W&M)."
Emerging Scholars Series Talk: "Kitchen Gardens and Scientific Knowledge in Early America"
What's your experience when the topic turns to climate change? What's your relationship to the environment? Hear new perspectives, share your own, and spend a unique hour in dialogue with eight other attendees from across Williamsburg and W&M.
Hear from four W&M alums as they discuss how to launch a career in health policy and establish yourself in the field.
Join the Bike Alliance for a multi-part clinic to become a better cyclist! This is a program for the intermediate cyclist that wants to improve their level of skill and comfort on a bicycle.
An overview of work in Dr. Nesbitt's labs addressing complex molecular systems, but with a physical chemist’s eye toward finding the underlying simplicity.
Williamsburg Sunrise Hub and other student organizations are hosting a climate strike on March 25th at 3pm on Sunken Gardens. There will be various student speakers giving information on climate change and how to combat it.
Virtual Days in DC - Careers in Capitol Hill
Join William & Mary alum and Williamsburg city council member, Caleb Rogers '20, on a discussion about how he became passionate about sustainability at the start of his career in politics.
On March 30, 2022, live and in-person, over 1,000 Colleges, Universities, High Schools and K-8 schools worldwide will engage over half a million people, in a one-day Teach-In on climate solutions and justice in the transition.
Join expert panelists Bridget Crawford, Margaret Johnson, and Emily Waldman for a discussion of Menstrual Injustice and its intersection with law and policy.
A free, public lecture by Dr. Richard Zare of Stanford University. “A New Way to Stop the Spread of Viral Respiratory Infections,” explores the mystery of seasonal variation in viral respiratory illnesses, such as influenza and COVID-19.
Presentation and Panel Discussion on the causes of Food Insecurity in our communities.
Michael Carron (VIMS PhD ‘80), Director of the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI), reviews the results of 10+ years of research funded by the GOMRI in response to the major deep-water oil blowout of 2010. Registration required.