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Graduating seniors are invited to make a Stress Less Sundae with your favorite toppings. There will be time to reflect on your favorite moments at William & Mary and look ahead to life after graduation.
Please save the date for a spring Open House event at the Global Research Institute. We will gather on Wednesday, May 4th for hors d'oeuvres, music, and the opportunity to learn more about GRI research powered by student-faculty teams.
Join us for the fourth conversation in a series of events sponsored by TowneBank, bringing W&M leaders throughout Virginia together to discuss business challenges, partnerships and collaborations. The session will focus on health in Virginia.
Last day of classes
ENSP 241 students Katie Cullen, Bel Liscomb, Jake ten Kate, and Alison Walsh invite you to take a study break by participating in our ecotherapy intervention! Learn about the healing properties of rocks/minerals, mindfulness techniques, and eco-art.
This is an in-depth course for oyster gardeners with at least 1-year experience and who want to support the Tidewater Oyster Gardeners Association’s (TOGA) outreach mission through volunteer service. Online applications accepted until April 8, 2022.
Are you thinking about therapy over the summer and need some guidance on finding a therapist?
Destress during finals week in the ecotherapy fun zone! Join us outside of Swem between 11 am and 1 pm on Thursday, May 12th to adopt a pet rock or pinecone, do some eco-art, and cloud watch. Snacks provided!
Come to the William & Mary Greenhouse for free pepper and sunflower seed planting followed by some self-guided ecotherapy exercises in the greenhouse!
Join us for an interactive training with Dr. Angela Ward focused on your role in the creation of identity-safe classroom and office spaces.
The Virginia Beer Company will be our host as three VIMS graduate students give 5-minute fast-talks on the important research they are conducting. Drop in, interact with the students, and enter to win door prizes and discounts.
In this presentation, Vivian E. Hamilton and Robert Rose will discuss an issue at the intersection of their work — combating the enduring effects of redlining.