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Presenter: Dr. Hitesh J. Changlani
Affiliation: Johns Hopkins University
Title: Simplex solid and spin liquid phases in two dimensional frustrated kagome antiferromagnets
The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive on Tuesday, Nov. 1st from 1:00PM-7:00PM in Trinkle Hall.
This film combines Eastern European storybook animation with documentary and fiction elements to recount the Slavic fable of the Witch Baba Yaga, a frightful character living in a woodland hut perched on chicken legs.
The Honorable Molly Ward, Secretary of Natural Resources for the Commonwealth of Virginia, will be speaking about the future environmental challenges facing the Commonwealth, including sea level rise, the Clean Power Plan and the Chesapeake Bay TDML.
Interdisciplinary Lecture & Dance starting at 7:00pm.
Come for a dynamic lecture, to be followed by an introductory dance lesson in bachata dance!
Gather for light snacks and beverages starting at 6:30pm.
Join Active Minds and Angel Van Wagenen from the Counseling Center to learn about disordered eating and how, through psychoeducation and mindfulness, we can use eating to contribute to good mental health. RSVP here.
Join Swem Tuesday evenings this semester for the Independent and International Film Series. This evening's screening features Lake Tahoe, directed by Fernando Eimbcke.
Join Julie Nance, Campus Dietitan, when she guides you on a tour of the dining hall to show how to find the healthier choices and plan a well-balanced meal.
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is hosting a day-long symposium, consisting of scholarly presentations by William & Mary faculty and Colonial Williamsburg staff. Student posters will also highlight the ongoing research on the Brafferton Indian School.
Amy Hempel, author of multiple short story collections including The Collected Stories of Amy Hempel.
Dr. Stephanie Fischer, 'Economic Trust and Anti-Semitic Violence: Jewish Cattle Traders in the German Countryside, 1919-1939.' This is the first lecture in the Tyler Lecture Series.
Title: Dimension reduction based on the Hellinger integral
Jianwei Qiu, Jefferson Lab, Title of Talk: Exploring the fundamental properties of matter with an Electron-Ion Collider
Free and open to the public!
Featuring guest tabla artist Monir Hossain
Petting zoos, Appalachian Music, Pumpkin Decorating, S'mores, and donuts! Come and join us from 2-4 on Jamestown Field for bushels of fun. This event is co-sponsored by the Lemon and Hardy Hall Council/RHA and is open to the rest of campus.
Ring Sales from 11am-3pm on Tuesday 11/8 and Wednesday 11/9
Purchase during the Last Chance Ring Sale in order to participate in the Junior Class Ring Ceremony on February 12th and receive these perks:
Biennial Women's Forum and Professional Development Workshop at William & Mary
This session will cover the basics of the Open Science Framework (OSF), using the OSF to organize and collaborate within a research lab, and specific tools for sharing and preserving scholarship. For all disciplines!
Come pick up delicious, cost-effective, and healthy recipes (and make-your-own samples!) that are full of vitamins and nutrients to help ensure a safe night out. This is brought to you by the Substance and Alcohol Safety and Sensibility Branch of HOPE!
Public lecture by Paul Gorski, an activist, author, and educator focusing on a wide range of social justice and human rights issues whose primary interests include poverty and economic justice, racial justice, queer justice, and animal rights.
Join ASAP, SVWM, and AMP, as we host our second-annual Stories of Service and Sacrifice on Veterans Day Event as we honor our veterans. The night will include storytelling by veterans and others who have had experiences shaped by the military.
2nd Annual Veterans Day Storytelling
- Produced by Armed Services Arts Partnership and Alma Mater Productions
- Readings by veterans or others about service and sacrifice 1 ? 2
- Coffee and cake will be provided
Student Veterans of William & Mary will host a memorial bell ringing in remembrance of the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 when the armistice was declared ending the First World War.
Title: Structure of Finite m-Rational Groups
Fall: the season of falling leaves, falling temperature, and falling GPA. Come join AMP for a little pick-me-up (pick me up inside. Call my name and save me from the dark) with our November Trivia. There will be food. It'll all be pumpkin spice.
Come join SEAC Restoration and AMP for the last Crim Dell workday of the fall semester! Help us install an erosion mat, plant azaleas, remove invasive species and restore this campus icon.
The William & Mary Jazz Ensemble, directed by Woody Beckner and the William & Mary Jazz Combo, directed by Harris Simon will present their Fall Concert at the Kimball Theatre at 4:00pm. $8.00 general admission, students with ID free.
AMP is getting ready for hot chocolate and presents. You can prepare for both by joining us to paint mugs and bowls in Lodge One! AMP will provide the pottery and the paint, all you need to bring is your creativity.
Each piece will be $5.00!
Join fellow students & faculty to reflect on the election results, ask questions, express concerns, and brainstorm about improving our campus climate in light of acts of harassment and intimidation at W&M and on campuses around the country.
Taylor Reveley will be featured in the NAFSA: Association of International Educators Presidential Panel discussion on global learning opportunities. The Panel, from 4-5 pm EST in Washington, will be livestreamed at www.nafsa.org/simonwebcast
Lecture: Vadim Volkov, 'Limits to Independence: An Institutional Analysis of the Russian Judicial System'
This event is sponsored by RPSS and the Reves Center.
Do you know where Mauritius island is? also known as Paradise Island or Rainbow Nation.
Come and hear award winning author Shenaz Patel share her experience and perspective living in and writing from Mauritius.
A panel featuring politicians, both state and local, discussing the relationship between state government and higher education funding. Speakers will include VA Senate Majority Leader Tommy Norment, Delegate Monty Mason, and others.
Come to the Center for Geospatial Analysis to join in the global celebration of GIS Day!
Join the Mental Health Branch of HOPE for a discussion based program centering on mental health and the undergraduate research experience at W&M.
The Tribe Adventure Program and AMP present TAP into the Outdoors: A day of outdoor finesse and frolic in the Sunken Garden. From a workshop on how to build fires to a comedy show by I.T., there's something for everyone! Oh, and maybe some s'mores?
The Society of Women in Computing will be holding a Grace Hopper Panel discussion for those who are interested in attending, want to learn more about this worthwhile conference, or discuss the gender gap in technology. Pizza and snacks will be provided!!!
Free and Open to the Public
Michael Saffle, Professor of Music and Humanities at Virginia Tech, is an award-winning teacher and scholar. He publishes widely on American popular Music as well as television and film music.
We're Thankful for (Home)Brew everyday. Come enjoy good company, great snacks, and amazing tunes from some talented W&M students at the last Homebrew of the semester.
Title: On the Human Red Blood Cell: A Topological Study
Managing and Making Sense of Big Data From Urban Networks
Colloquium talk by Yanhua Li, WPI
Have you ever wondered what pets do when their owners are not around? Come on out to AMP's next blockbuster, The Secret Life of Pets, to find out! There will be two screenings on each day--one at 7PM and one at 9PM. Tickets are $3 cash at the door!
Just for one night, AMP will transform Lodge One into an arcade venue with 10+ classic games. Donkey Kong, Street Fighter, Pacman, X-Men, you name it, AMP has it. The best part? NO QUARTERS NEEDED! Enjoy your unlimited play, you beautiful human being you.
Swing by UAID's Care Fair this Saturday from 12 pm to 2 pm.
We will have cookie decorating, trail mix, tea, yoga, coloring, stress balls and more.
You don't have to come for the full two hours. Drop in to grab some food or stay for a bit. See you there!
Interested in learning to dance or dancing to live music? Join the W&M Swing, Salsa, and Ballroom Clubs as we come together with the Wham Bam Big Band for our second Wham Bam Big Jam! It'll be an afternoon filled with music, food, and lots of dancing.
Registration for the Bee & Goody 5k opens Oct. 31st! Sign-up at the front desk of the Student Recreation Center or online: campusrec.wm.edu
We invite all aspiring Irish musicians to dust off their instruments and join us for Irish music in our Caf?.
Join Swem Tuesday evenings this semester for the Independent and International Film Series. This evening's screening features Illegal, directed by Olivier Masset-Depasse.
Musical Theatre Cabaret featuring the students from the Intro to Musical Theatre class.
Phaedra McNorton, Instructor
During this chaotic point in the semester the Counseling Center invites you to stop by for an informational session covering behavioral self-care, self-compassion, and ways to manage thinking that can all be a part of self-care.
Ranging from abstract soundscapes and ambient music to plunderphonic collage, generative music, and new techno, this concert showcases the work of composers in the fall semester computer music class