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Come learn about adapting existing courses to fulfill the COLL 300 attribute requirement.
Campus and community organizations alike are stepping up to address human trafficking internationally, domestically, and right here in our local community.
Assemble After-Care Kits to be provided to survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence
All staff are invited! Sam Jones, John Poma and Babs Bengtson will share updates and answer your pre-submitted questions about recent topics that affect you. Door prizes for attendees! Live stream and recording for those that cannot attend.
Ms. Cathy Lewis, president of CIVIC Leadership Institute and host of HearSay with Cathy Lewis on WHRV-FM, will speak about civic discourse in the aftermath of an election season where all, or at least many, of the rules of political decorum were broken.
Music in American Culture lecture series presents Laura Pruett, Associate Professor of Music (and Chair of the Department of Music) at Merrimack College in Boston
Africana Studies will host a brown bag talk by Dr. Erna Brodber on her current research: ?African Americans in Jamaica in the Post-Emancipation Period ," Tuesday, March 14, at 12 noon in Morton 237. Lunch will be provided.
Come meet Tom Perriello, progressive candidate for Virginia Governor! As one of 2 states with an election this year, the Virginia governor's race a is crucial. Come hear Perriello's platform, ask hard-hitting questions, meet and chat with Perriello.
Students for Animals is holding the Cruelty-Free Campus Campaign this Wednesday, March 15th in Sadler. We are giving out free bags of cruelty-free products and have a raffle for animal-friendly items! Stop by our table in Sadler to learn more about CFC!
Join us for the GSWS Brown Bag Spring Series with Claire Mckinney, Assistant Professor of Government and GSWS. Bring your own lunch and we will also have light snacks and refreshments. Everyone is welcome.
Ever wanted to meet your local representatives and city officials? The Office of Community Engagement is bringing them to campus. Join in this opportunity to connect and make your voice heard at the local level.
Jamaican scholar Erna Brodber and Black Atlantic scholar Catherine John-Camara give the second of three campus COLL 300 presentations scheduled for Spring 2017.
Oli Hazzard from the School of English at the University of St Andrews will give a reading on Wed., March 15 at 5pm in Tucker 127A (Tucker Theatre).
Interested in community service, mentoring, and the justice system? Come learn about Merrimac Mentors! We work with middle and high school age students at Merrimac Juvenile Detention Center on a weekly basis and are seeking mentors for fall 2017.
The Acadian Expulsion carried out by the British from what is now Nova Scotia in 1755 dispersed the Acadians throughout much of the Atlantic world. How is Acadian identity and culture expressed today in Maritime Canada, Louisiana, and even France?
THE EVIL ONE is a brand new anthology of short fiction and a love note to the career of Texas cult rocker Roky Erickson, originally of The 13th Floor Elevators. There will be readings from Tom Batten, Hermine Pinson, Andrew Blossom, and Brian Castleberry.
Golden tunes. Talented performers. Festive Decorations. Delicious snacks. All in all, a spectacular Homebrew full of W&M students and music awaits you!
Admission is as always free. The more the merrier in our opinion.
Title: Determining forms and data assimilation
Nicolai Lehnert of the University of Michigan presents
"Going Heterogeneous: Bringing Proton Reduction Catalysts to Electrode Surfaces"
Refreshments served before the seminar
Interested in a career where you can make a living, but also make a difference? Be sure to attend the Making a Living, Making a Difference Symposium. Meet 36 alums, learn about their careers, & get advice for pursuing a similar career. Sign up here.
The International Culture Exchange Organization (ICE) hosts the 2nd annual William & Mary World's Fair, a collaboration between multiple organizations to showcase and raise awareness of various cultures through performances!
The Lemon Project seeks spoken word artists, freestyle rappers, poets, dancers, drummers, singers, other musicians, and expressive artists of any kind to perform in a night of memory and renewal for our Annual Spring Symposium on March 18, 2017.
Grab your friends and come out to the Sunken Garden Saturday March 18th from 9pm-1am to join AMP for glow in the dark laser tag. We'll provide the games and the glow in the dark paint, you bring the competitive energy.
Free admission, snacks, and games!
Curious about Native American culture? Come to Trinkle Hall Sunday between 12 PM and 4:30 PM to experience authentic Native dancing, drumming, & singing at the Third Annual William & Mary Powwow!
The Psychology department is hosting a colloquium by W&M alum Dr. Kris Preacher, Professor and Associate Chair of Psychology at Vanderbilt, on March 20, from noon-1pm in Tidewater B, Sadler Center.
Interested in leading a study abroad program? Come attend the Program Director Information Session!
Peter Vishton, professor of psychology, will present "The Illusion of Control: Understanding and getting more out of your unconscious mind" on March 22, 2017 in Theatre 1221 of the new ISC3 (Integrated Science Center).
Join W&M Libraries for a discussion of higher education's love affair with intellectual property, in all its dimensions with author, Jacob Rooksby '04.
The W&M Society of Women in Computing (SWC) is excited to host a free screening of CODE, an award winning documentary discussing the very real gender gap present in the tech industry, and ways to close this gap for good. Open to the campus community!
This Friday, $1.00 can grant you all the millions. 7G is having their last show of the year that will include exclusively all-new, original sketches, and we think you should see them
March 24th. Little Theater. 8pm. $1 Admission.
The First William & Mary Yoyo Contest brings together some of the best throwers in the eastern United States to a small, personal event for the benefit of Camp Kesem! All skill levels are welcome!
Title: Metric spaces of non-positive curvature and applications in several complex variables
Join us for the first of our biannual lecture series at the Stryker Center to hear Professor of History, Andrew Fisher, discuss the crisis at Standing Rock. This event is free and open to the public with a discussion and Q&A to follow.
Join us for the Georgian Papers Programme Open House on Monday, March 27 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in Swem Library?s Botetourt Gallery.
The American Studies Program presents distinguished scholar George Lipsitz (University of California, Santa Barbara). His lecture is on ?Truth Forever on the Scaffold, Wrong Forever on the Throne: ..."
To commemorate One Tribe One Day, William & Mary's international day of giving, we'll be hosting a Campus Carnival in the Sunken Garden! Stop by on Tuesday for free food, games, contests, and prizes! Stay tuned to our Facebook event page for updates.
The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive on Wednesday, March 29th from 1:00PM-7:00PM in Trinkle Hall.
Title: Gelfand-Zeitlin integrable systems: where linear algebra, geometry and representation theory met
Judy Smith, crisis management specialist and the inspiration for the hit show Scandal, will speak about her life and career. Known for representing individuals such as Monica Lewinsky and Michael Vick, Smith has had an extensive and successful career.
Do you like free pizza?? Do you like board games? Do you not care a whole lot about board games but like to hang out with your friends eating free pizza while watching them play board games? Sadler Center Games Desk is hosting an open board games night!
Poets and William & Mary alumni Richard Lucyshyn and Jack Christian
Come at Me, Bro? More like Come at Me, Brew! Our last Lodge 1 Homebrew of the semester is sure to go out with a bang, so stop by for awesome tunes by some talented W&M students, tasty snacks and an all-around great night.
As always, admission is free.
Pride will be March 31, from 3-6pm in the Sunken Garden.
Lecture by Nick Card about a Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site that is renown for some of the most iconic prehistoric monuments of Atlantic Europe, followed by a sumptuous reception.
Join members of W&M's Appalachian Music Ensemble and the Colonial Williamsburg House residents for a rousing night of folk music, food, and friendship in the Historic Area!