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2019 W&M/VIMS Employee Resource Expo
Please join Staff Assembly and President Rowe to Think Forward about William & Mary?s future in one of two workshops in the Sadler Center Chesapeake Room on Jan. 10, from 12:30?1:30 p.m. and 1:45?2:45 p.m.
First day of classes for the Full-time MBA, Flex MBA and MAcc programs.
Looking to get involved at William & Mary? Then this event is for you!
First day of classes
Healthy Numbers: Integrating healthcare into your retirement plan
Join the William & Mary Staff Assembly for its regular monthly meeting to be held on Thursday, January 17 in Blow Hall's BOV Room. Open to all William & Mary employees!
Come see Sinfonicron?s 54th musical production, ?The Drowsy Chaperone?, Jan. 17-20 at the Kimball Theatre! Purchase your tickets at Sinfonicron or visit the box office at the Kimball Theatre, open 10am-4pm on weekdays.
Conversation with Meg Urry on the role of women in science
Prof. Meg Urry, Yale University, Title of Talk: New Insights into the Cosmic Growth of Supermassive Black Holes
Head to Commonwealth in the Sadler Center on Friday, January 18th at 7pm to truly see how powerful your imagination can be with 4-time Entertainer of the Year, Tom DeLuca!
Come get creative and paint your own unique mug with AMP and Color Me Mine. When you grab your mug on on pick-up day (March 25th), you can pick out your own succulent and plant it (or take them home separately)!
University closed. No classes scheduled.
Dr. Jamele Watkins, a candidate for the TE position in German Studies, will give a talk with the title Dear Angela: Transnational Solidarity with Angela Davis in the GDR.
Mathematics Colloquium: Michael Tait (Carnegie Mellon University)
Keith Lehrer, Regent's Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Arizona and Research Professor at the University of Miami will present a Philosophy colloquium on truth and how we know it. All invited!
The rules are simple: write, shoot, and edit a short film in just 24 hours! The contest is open to W&M students and alumni, pros and amateurs alike, and is a chance to show your filmmaking chops on the big screen.
The name says it all... AMP Late Nite is bringing an ice skating rink indoors! Come join us for ice skating and ice cream.
January 26 in Chesapeake A&B in Sadler Center from 9:00PM - 1:00AM
Mathematics Colloquium: Ian Whitehead (Macalester College)
Come learn about The Beautiful/Most Dangerous Game in Italy: the historical florentine soccer (Calcio storico fiorentino).
Presentation by Victoria Fanti (JHU)
Register here: https://bit.ly/2Myy56D
In a world dominated by more ? more brands, more offers, more locations, more social media ? branding is more important than ever before. Putting an idea into visual format can attract the right attention and bring in the desired consumer.
CIEE and the Reves Center are giving away 100 free passports to eligible W&M undergraduate students!
Engaging Students and Making Classrooms Fair and Inclusive: Cross-Disciplinary Strategies and Language to Promote Student Success
This workshop will provide a crash course on motion graphics through the lens of a motion designer, covering what motion graphics are and how to get started designing your own motion graphics.
If you are interested in pursuing a career in cinematography, we?ll talk out some of the routes folks take and chat about some common pitfalls.
WMCI will be hosting a screening of the film The Island in Kimball Theatre at the 2019 Global Film Festival on Thursday, January 31! There will be a reception prior to the film, as well as several traditional Chinese performances!
Welcoming new colleagues and honoring those who have been promoted or tenured during the last academic year. We will also honor W&M icons from our past including emerita faculty and long-serving faculty and staff.
Professor Alison Keith of the University of Toronto delivers the annual J. Ward Jones lecture on ?Courtesans (and Concubines) in Ancient Rome?
The Mao Badge Fad: How a State-Supported Consumer Fad undermined the Socialist Revolution. Karl Gerth is Hwei-chih & Julia Hsiu Endowed Chair in Chinese Studies at the UC San Diego and author of the acclaimed As China Goes, So Goes the World (2010).
The Center for Student Diversity and William & Mary Student Assembly have invited Roland S. Martin back to William & Mary for our Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Program.
?Theater of Refuge: Jelinek?s Charges and the Versatorium Translation Collective?