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Join the Writing Resources Center for a workshop designed to help you handle your final projects.
Join five engaging panelists, your friends from across the university, and residents of Williamsburg for this exciting town-gown event to address the key roles that diversity and inclusion play in our students' wellness. Reception to follow.
Lecture by Dr. Michael Harris (Visiting Instruction Librarian, William & Mary) on "The Sound of Absence: Kurosawa, Hayasaka, and the Missing Music of Ikiru"
Join us during National Library Week as we tackle an important issue: improving content on cis and trans women, the arts, and feminism on Wikipedia.
Students can attend this workshop to learn about preserving their campus legacy.
Please join us at a plaque dedication ceremony to commemorate 50 Years African-Americans at William & Mary and 100 Years of Women at William & Mary by honoring the first African-American women graduates and the first 24 women to enroll as students at W&M.
Student Celebration and Study Break with President Reveley!
Please join the APeL Office for our Instructional Strategies workshop, the fourth session in our Spring e[xploring] Learning Design series. More info to come, or contact our APeL Office with questions.
Brave Enough to be First serves to honor the legacy of the three women who were the first African Americans in residence at William & Mary, to shed light on just how far we have come, and to inspire continued diversity and inclusion.