COLL 400 "Speed Dating" Brownbag
Wednesday, November 1
12pm - 1pm
Swem Library, Cox Classroom

Please join CLA Fellows, John Lombardini (Government, Classical Studies) and Kristin Wustholz (Chemistry) in a COLL 400 "Speed Dating" Brownbag

e[xploring] Learning Design: Assessment and Feedback
Wednesday, November 1
12pm - 1pm
Swem Library, Ford Classroom

Please join the APeL Office for our Assessment and Feedback workshop, the third session in our e[xploring] Learning Design series. More info to come, or contact our APeL Office with questions. 

    Off-Campus Housing Fair
    Wednesday, November 1
    4pm
    Sadler Center, Terrace
    Looking for off-campus housing for 2018-19? Stop by the Sadler Center Terrace on Wednesday, November 1 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. to learn about housing options (rain location: Sadler Center Lobby)
      Panopto Capture and Stream Your Meetings
      Thursday, November 2
      9:30am - 10:30am
      Jones Hall, Room 203

      Easily record and convey information with your colleagues.

      Panopto Capture and Stream your Lecture
      Thursday, November 2
      11am - 12pm
      Jones Hall, Room 203

      Panopto is an instructional recording system that allows instructors to record lectures or presentations and make them available to students.



      "Troubling Islamophobia: The Politics of Naming and the Rise of Islamophobia Studies"
      Thursday, November 2
      5pm
      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 331

      Nazia Kazi is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Stockton University who will deliver a lecture titled Troubling Islamophobia: The Politics of Naming and the Rise of Islamophobia Studies

        Italian Studies Open House
        Thursday, November 2
        5pm
        Washington Hall, Room 315

        Information Session on Italian Studies.

        Come meet the Italian Studies faculty, learn about new Spring courses, the Italian minor, and study abroad opportunities.

        Enjoy some pizza with faculty and fellow students

        Lecture Series: April Ryan    
        Thursday, November 2
        7pm - 8:30pm
        Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

        The Center for Student Diversity Presents Lecture Series: April Ryan. White House Correspondent April Ryan has a unique vantage point as the only black female reporter covering urban issues from the White House.

        "What's in your ballot?" Preparing you for the November election.
        Thursday, November 2
        8pm - 9pm
        McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 20

        Nonpartisan information session on the candidates up for election in Williamsburg and across Virginia.

        AMP / Game of Brew
        Thursday, November 2
        8pm - 11pm
        Sadler Center, Lodge 1

        Winter is coming and what better way to deal with the cold than cozying up in Lodge 1 with some hot coffee, munchkin donuts, and amazing live music!!!! You can enjoy all of this on Thursday, November 2nd from 8pm to 11pm!

        Senior Portrait Sessions
        Friday, November 3
        9am - 4:30pm
        Sadler Center, Tidewater B

        Seniors- come have your senior portrait taken to be included in the university's yearbook, the Colonial Echo. Having your portrait taken is free, and is a great way to commemorate your time at William & Mary!

          APIA Lecture | Comedy of Terrors: Strategic Offenses & Genre Tactics from the Global South
          Friday, November 3
          12pm - 1:30pm
          Morton Hall, Room 314

          A talk by Dr. Samhita Sunya, Assistant Professor of Middle Eastern & South Asian Languages & Cultures at the University of Virginia. A discussion on three War on Terror comedies ("terror comedies") from the Global South. 


          Mathematics Colloquium and EXTREEMS-QED Lecture: Laura Storch (William & Mary)
          Friday, November 3
          2pm - 3pm
          Jones Hall, Room 302

          Title: Chaos in ecology: An examination of nonlinear population dynamics in diffusive and advective dispersal environments

          Free Self Defense Class with Professional Instructor 
          Friday, November 3
          2pm - 3:30pm
          Campus Center, Little Theatre

          Learn how to defend yourself in close combat: how to block, counter attack and escape. Practice the techniques with real people! Free Self Defense Class provided by Shotokan Karate Club with professional Karate instructor from Newport News Dojo.

          Ewell Concert Series presents - Thomas Meglioranza and Reiko Uchida Master Class
          Friday, November 3
          2pm - 4pm
          Ewell Hall, Recital Hall (Rm 107)

          Admission: FREE

          This baritone and pianist present a program of songs by Wolf, Faur?, and Ives along with folk song arrangements by Beethoven. The program concludes with various American parlor and cabaret favorites. 

          Appalachian Music Ensemble Concert 
          Friday, November 3
          7:30pm
          Ewell Hall, Recital Hall (Rm 107)

          Admission: FREE

          AMP / Murder Mystery Dinner
          Friday, November 3
          9pm - 11pm
          Sadler Center, Chespeake AB

          Join AMP for a Dinner Theater Experience of love, marriage and .... MURDER! Free food and mysteries await you at the AMP Murder Mystery Dinner! 

          Junior Class Ring Ceremony  & Last Chance Ring Sales
          Tuesday, November 7 - Wednesday, November 8
          10am - 3pm
          Sadler Center, Info Tables

          Come Celebrate with the Class of 2019 at the Junior Class Ring Ceremony!  In order to be invited to the Class of 2019 Ring Ceremony, a class ring must be purchased.  Ring Sales will take place on 11/7 & 11/8.

            Graduate Student Association Meeting 
            Tuesday, November 7
            5:30pm - 6:30pm
            Sadler Center, James Room

            Monthly Meeting of GSA. Discuss graduate student events, funding opportunities, and concerns. 

              Healthy Eating Series - Healthy Holidays
              Wednesday, November 8
              3:30pm - 4:30pm
              Sadler Center, York Room

              Healthy Eating Series - Healthy Holidays

              5th Annual Tag Day
              Thursday, November 9
              All day
              Sadler Center, Lobby

              Join us as Students for University Advancement thanks our donors for their generous private support of William & Mary.

              Bone Marrow Drive Day
              Thursday, November 9
              10am - 8pm
              Sadler Center, Lobby

              Our Fall Drive Day is here!! Come to Sadler on November 9th, from 10-8 to register for the National Bone Marrow Registry, purchase our Fall 2017 t-shirt, and help save lives!

              W&M Faculty-Led Summer Program Open House
              Thursday, November 9
              11am - 1:30pm
              Sadler Center, Chesapeake A

              Talk to program directors, students, and Global Education Staff about spending your summer abroad!

                Finish Strong: Strategies for Handling End-of-Semester Workload
                Thursday, November 9
                5pm - 7pm
                Swem Library, Writing Resources Center

                Join the Writing Resources Center and the Office of Academic Advising for a workshop designed to help you handle your final projects.  Sign up directly here: http://forms.wm.edu/34970 

                  Mr. Jack Brink -- AIA Stone Lecture
                  Thursday, November 9
                  5:30pm - 7:30pm
                  Andrews Hall, Room 101

                  Archaeological Institute of America Stone Lecture presents "The Great Buffalo Jumps" by Mr. Jack W. Brink, Curator of Archaeology, Royal Alberta Museum.  All are invited to attend this lecture.

                  Go Solar On Your Home or Business!
                  Thursday, November 9
                  6:30pm - 7:30pm
                  School of Education, Dogwood Room

                  Come to the Information Session and Learn How!

                  Rare Science Book Showing
                  Friday, November 10
                  10am - 3pm
                  Small Hall, Physics Library
                  Come view a selection of rare science texts from Swem's Special Collections, including W&M's first-edition copy of Isaac Newton's Principia and works by Benjamin Franklin, Galileo Galilei, Robert Boyle, and more.
                    Mathematics Colloquium and EXTREEMS-QED Lecture: Zhisheng Shuai (University of Central Florida)
                    Friday, November 10
                    2pm - 3pm
                    Jones Hall

                    Title: Modeling infectious diseases: global dynamics for disease endemicity and elimination


                    Community Nature Mandala Day
                    Friday, November 10
                    2pm - 5pm
                    Swem Library, Outside the front

                    Join the Parks Research Lab outside Swem as we get the community together to collect natural materials and celebrate the beauty of our green spaces while creating something incredible together!

                    Applied Science and Chemistry Seminar - Dr. Timothy Cross
                    Friday, November 10
                    3pm - 4pm
                    ISC3 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1127

                    Timothy Cross, Ph.D.
                    Professor of Chemistry
                    Director of the NMR Program
                    National High Magnetic Field Laboratory

                    Veterans Day Tailgate before Military Appreciation Football Game vs Towson
                    Saturday, November 11
                    10am - 2pm
                    Alumni House

                    Join us for a Veterans Day Tailgate on the Alumni House Lawn, followed by the Veterans Appreciation Tribe Football Game. The tailgate will begin at 10:00 AM, and stop by anytime between then at kick-off at 2:00 PM.  Students are FREE!


                    Ringing of the Wren Bell: 11th Hour at the Wren
                    Saturday, November 11
                    11:11am
                    Wren Building

                    A time honored tradition, the President of the W&M Chapter of the Student Veterans of America 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 declared an end to WWI.

                    William & Mary Football vs Towson
                    Saturday, November 11
                    2pm - 5pm
                    Williamsburg, Va.
                      Free Candlelight Restorative Yoga
                      Saturday, November 11
                      8:30pm - 9:30pm
                      Student Recreation Center, Group Fitness Studio

                      With Shanti Garudasana

                        Free Heart Opening Yoga
                        Sunday, November 12
                        10:15am - 11:15am
                        Student Recreation Center, Group Fitness Studio

                        With Shanti Garudasana

                          November Staff Assembly Meeting
                          Monday, November 13
                          9am - 10:30am
                          Sadler Center, James Room

                          Join the William & Mary Staff Assembly for its regular monthly meeting to be held on Monday, November 13 at the James Room in the Sadler Center. Open to all staff members, and coffee, donuts, and fruit will be provided!

                            Lecture on the Sino-American Rivalry during the Cold War
                            Monday, November 13
                            4:30pm - 6pm
                            James Blair Hall, Room 205

                            A public lecture by Professor Gregg Brazinsky (George Washington University) on "Winning the Third World: Sino-American Rivalry during the Cold War."  

                            Yoga in the Gallery
                            Monday, November 13
                            5pm - 6pm
                            Muscarelle Museum of Art, Sheridan Gallery

                            Join us for a night of exercise and relaxation through Vinyasa yoga led by Alison Bracken, a 200hr RYT certified instructor, in our Building on the Legacy: African American Art from the Permanent Collection exhibition!

                             

                            Student Bar Association & American Red Cross Blood Drive
                            Tuesday, November 14
                            10am - 3pm
                            Law School, Blood Mobile

                            Join SBA and the American Red Cross for the second of four blood drives this year on Nov. 14 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  The Blood Mobile will be parked on the Law School traffic circle.

                            Soledad O'Brien presents, "Diversity: On TV, Behind the Scenes, and in Our Lives"
                            Tuesday, November 14
                            7:45pm
                            Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                            Award winning journalist, Soledad O'Brien will present Diversity: On TV, Behind the Scenes, and in Our Lives on November 14, 2017  in the Commonwealth Auditorium for the 2017 Hunter B. Andrews Distinguished Fellowship in American Politics Lecture. 


                            Walk for Exercise is Medicine? with Dr. Evie Burnett
                            Wednesday, November 15
                            1pm - 1:45pm
                            Adair Hall

                            Walk with us to promote physical activity on campus!

                            Mapping Against AIDS    
                            Wednesday, November 15
                            5:30pm - 7:30pm
                            Swem Library, Center for Geospatial Analysis - second floor Swem

                            We will create maps in a PEPFAR region on OpenStreetMap to be used by local health workers to find health clinics and connect patients with resources. Come be part of this global mission for a fantastic cause!

                            OCE Dinner Dialogue: Things I know for sure
                            Wednesday, November 15
                            6pm
                            Blow Memorial Hall

                            When life gets overwhelming we rely on familiar things to help keep us grounded. Join the OCE to discuss the things we know for sure and how they can help us improve our emotional and overall well-being.

                            Research Happy Hour
                            Wednesday, November 15
                            6pm - 9pm
                            Swem Library, Research Room, first floor

                            Is your paper neat or on the rocks? Get research help at the Swem Library Research Happy Hour!

                            Mortar Board's Midterm Mindfulness
                            Wednesday, November 15
                            6pm - 10pm
                            Swem Library, First Floor Lobby Entrance

                            Join W&M Mortar Board by de-stressing with cookies and coloring on the 1st floor of Swem!

                            Lantern Festival
                            Wednesday, November 15
                            6pm - 11pm
                            Sunken Garden

                            Come experience a magical night at W&M Chinese Student Organization's annual Lantern Festival! Tickets are $3 presale and $5 at the event (1 ticket = 1 lantern). Tabling will be in Sadler Nov 9th-Nov 15th!

                            Self-Care with Active Minds and the Counseling Center
                            Wednesday, November 15
                            7pm
                            Washington Hall, Room 307

                            Feeling run-down, stressed, tired? Take some time to learn how best to take care of yourself! Come learn about self-care with Active Minds, with a presentation from a member of our Counseling Center.

                              Research Papers: Strategies for Finding and Using Sources
                              Thursday, November 16
                              5pm - 7pm
                              Swem Library, Writing Resources Center

                              A research paper work session to help you find quality sources and use them effectively.

                              Warrior Fantasies & The Meiji Restoration
                              Thursday, November 16
                              5pm - 7pm
                              James Blair Hall, Room 223

                              Dr. Michael Wert, Marquette University, presents on the popularity of swordsmanship in Japan's early modern era, when it became a way to act out fantasies of the ideal warrior in a time of peace, on the eve of Meiji Revolution.  

                              Deciphering Ancient Egypt Chat 'n' Chew with Professor Jeremy Pope
                              Thursday, November 16
                              7pm - 8pm
                              Pleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), Africana House (2nd Floor)

                              Come learn about ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and a new course offered by Professor Jeremy Pope at the Africana House! Chat, chew and learn. Refreshments will be served. #WMAfricanaHouse

                              AMP / Upcycling Your Clothing 
                              Thursday, November 16
                              7pm - 9pm
                              Sadler Center, Lodge 1

                              Come join AMP & SEAC and learn how to upcycle your clothes! 

                              Latin Grammy Awards Viewing Party
                              Thursday, November 16
                              7:45pm - 10pm
                              Campus Center, Room 159

                              The Center for Student Diversity Presents a Latin Grammy Awards Viewing Party. This event will take place on Thursday, November 16th at the Campus Center 159 starting at 7:45pm. Snacks will be provided! Everyone is welcomed. We hope to see you there.

                              AMP / Country Fair! 
                              Friday, November 17
                              3pm - 6pm
                              Sunken Garden

                              Join Alma Mater Productions on Friday, November 17th  for an afternoon at the Country Fair! There will be carnival games, a huge Fair ride, a petting zoo, popcorn and more! Sunken Garden from 3-6 and it's free and open to everyone!

                              Glowdio Dance
                              Friday, November 17
                              6:45pm - 8pm
                              Student Recreation Center, Group Fitness Room

                              Need some motivation to get you through the end of the semester? Then come out for a FREE high-energy and memorable workout

                                AMP / The 'Great' Trivia
                                Saturday, November 18 - Sunday, November 19
                                9pm - 1am
                                Sadler Center, Lodge 1

                                How could you turn down an opportunity to play trivia with Charlie Brown and Snoopy??? Come partake in the festivities by enjoying a 'real' Charlie Brown Thanksgiving dinner of FREE quesadillas, popcorn, and jelly beans!!! Free prizes and plenty of fun!!!

                                Makerspace Director - Candidate Seminars
                                Monday, November 20 - Tuesday, November 21
                                4pm - 5pm
                                ISC3 (Integrated Science Center), Room 2280
                                University closed
                                Wednesday, November 22
                                All day
                                Location not specified
                                No classes scheduled.
                                  Thanksgiving Day
                                  Thursday, November 23
                                  All day
                                  Location not specified
                                    Blue Talon Turkey Trot - supporting Literacy for Life
                                    Thursday, November 23
                                    6am - 11:30am
                                    Blue Talon Bistro and Colonial Williamsburg

                                    The Turkey Trot is an annual run supporting the adult literacy programs at Literacy for Life, located in the School of Education. Volunteers are needed for the event!

                                    Holiday observed
                                    Friday, November 24
                                    All day
                                    Location not specified
                                      AMP / Jelani Freeman
                                      Tuesday, November 28
                                      7pm - 9pm
                                      Sadler Center, The Commonwealth Auditorium
                                      Common Threads: A Documentary on the NAMES Project (aka the Quilt)
                                      Tuesday, November 28
                                      7pm - 9pm
                                      Swem Library, Botetourt Theatre (in the basement)

                                      Lift your spirits, open your mind, and raise awareness, as we watch this humbling documentary about the AIDS Memorial Quilt with heart-warming vocals by Bobby McFerrin and a brief discussion to follow. [Note: some professors may offer extra credit]  

                                      TIAA-CREF Counseling Session
                                      Wednesday, November 29
                                      9am - 4pm
                                      Sadler Center, James Room
                                        Higher Ed Social Media Conference 2017
                                        Wednesday, November 29
                                        11am - 2:30pm
                                        Sadler Center, York Room
                                        A great (free!) conference and professional development opportunity taking place right here on campus.
                                        Walk for Exercise is Medicine? with Dr. David Dafashy
                                        Wednesday, November 29
                                        1pm - 1:45pm
                                        King Health Center

                                        Walk with us to promote physical activity on campus!

                                        Let's Talk About Sex (A Sex-Positive, Trauma-Informed, Non-Judgmental Space for Understanding)
                                        Wednesday, November 29
                                        7pm - 8:30pm
                                        Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                                        Learn to eroticize safe sex. Whether you're sexually active or abstinent, get answers to your questions in this sex-positive, trauma-informed space for undergraduates and graduates. 

                                        William & Mary Men's Basketball vs Marshall
                                        Wednesday, November 29
                                        7pm - 9pm
                                        Williamsburg, Va., Kaplan Arena
                                          Openings and Closings: How to Effectively Begin and End Your Essay
                                          Thursday, November 30
                                          5pm - 7pm
                                          Swem Library, Writing Resources Center

                                          Join the Writing Resources Center for a workshop designed to help you write engaging introductions and satisfying conclusions. 

                                          One Tribe? | Veritas Forum
                                          Thursday, November 30
                                          7pm - 9pm
                                          Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

                                          A conversation on what it means to be a community, why we need it and what keeps us from it.

                                          Noises Off
                                          Thursday, November 30
                                          7:30pm - 10pm
                                          Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall

                                          Called the funniest farce ever written, Noises Off presents a manic menagerie as a cast of itinerant actors rehearse a flop called "Nothing's On". Doors slamming, intrigue, and an errant herring all figure into this hilarious and classically comic play.

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                                          Senior Portrait Sessions
                                          Tuesday, October 31 - Thursday, November 2
                                          11am - 7pm
                                          Sadler Center, Tidewater B

                                          Seniors- come have your senior portrait taken to be included in the university's yearbook, the Colonial Echo. Having your portrait taken is free, and is a great way to commemorate your time at William & Mary!