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The winner of the 2020 Sutlive Book Prize for Historical Anthropology, Alizer Doostdar will give a lecture on his research exploring the intersections of Islam and science.
Join Susan Kern, Executive Director of Historic Campus, as she discusses a surprising discovery found at the Wren Building in summer 2019.
Join the Bike Alliance on a ride through Williamsburg!
AMP's Special Events Committee invites you to play fun outdoor games on the Sunken Gardens this weekend. AMP is partnering with the W&M Campus Recreation Center to set out sports and garden games equipment for you to use at your leisure.
Do you like music and want to see live student performers at the Sadler Terrace? Come to Returner's Brew!
Italian Studies welcomes back filmmaker and activist Fred Kuwornu to discusses the impact of Black Lives Matter in Italy, the country's colonial legacy, and Kuwornu's latest web doc series about Black Italian identity.
Interim Director of W&M Athletics Jeremy P. Martin Ph.D. '12, M.B.A. '17 will address the challenges facing the department as well as outline next steps for the community to define excellence in intercollegiate athletics at William & Mary.
AMP Homebrew Committee and Impact Committee invites you to a night of Spoken Word and Poetry on Thursday, October 8th at 8 P.M, featuring slam poet Joan ‘Lyric’ Leslie. This event will be hosted on Zoom.
Please join us for lecture by APIA guest speaker. Roberto Jamora discusses his journey as a Filipino American artist and the work he is called to do and make.
“Promoting America: Maps of the Colonies and the New Republic,” follows how maps served as powerful propaganda tools for colonial expansionists eager to convey the richness and abundance of the land and its inhabitants.
Elizabeth Goldschmidt, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Title of talk: Quantum information with photons
There’s no place like Homecoming….and this year it’s coming to you!
Annie Blazer of the William & Mary Religious Studies Department will give a talk on the ethical aspects of doping and confession in elite sports.
W&M Police Chief Cheesebro is hosting an open forum for W&M students.
Join AMP’s Impact committee for a night of inspiration and conversation with Dancing With the Stars winner, model, producer, and activist with Nyle DiMarco!
Historical Presentation on Marshall 'Major' Taylor - World Champion Cyclist and African American Pioneer in Professional Sports
Hosted by the Institute for Integrative Conservation and Planet Women, this two-part event includes a screening of the National Geographic documentary Women of Impact followed by a panel discussion highlighting trailblazing women in conservation.
Join the Muscarelle Museum of Art and art historian Elaine Ruffolo as she discusses the history of portraiture!
Talk by Valentín Concha-Núñez, Art Historian and Educator (MoMA, El Museo del Barrio, Brooklyn Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art).
Faculty, alumni, and students gather to offer song, dance, poetry, and tributes to honor the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and all Equal Rights heroes like her. Admission by registration: https://www.aguasartsink.com/register-for-a-show
If you've been looking for some creative stress relief after midterms, look no further! AMP’s got you covered with a craft you can create and wear yourself.
Join President Rowe as she sits down with W&M's three new deans — representing Arts & Sciences, the School of Education and the Law School — to discuss innovative initiatives students and faculty are working on today and their vision for the future.
Modern Arabic Poetry Reading
During this session, panelists will answer pressing questions and address the financial challenges facing the athletics department, including those related to budgets, endowments, expenses and revenue sources.
Study abroad from a student's perspective.
Please join us for an informal conversation with GSWS faculty and students on Zoom led by GSWS Director and Social Media scholar Elizabeth Losh on Thursday, October 22 at 4PM at https://cwm.zoom.us/j/94806260656
Hear directly from Robert M. Gates ’65, L.H.D. ’98 less than two weeks before the 2020 presidential election as he shares insights from his latest book, “Exercise of Power: American Failures, Successes, and a New Path Forward in the Post-Cold War World.”
David Brashear examines the importance of the 1922 Chicago Tribune contest to build "the world's most beautiful office building."
Join us for an eve of frightfully talented student performers in the Sadler Atrium on October 22nd from 9-11 pm. From singers to instrument players, collaborations and soloistsin, Hallow-Brew will be sure to showcase some of the best of campus talent!
The 5th Annual Diversity & Inclusion symposium will be held virtually on Friday, October 23 beginning at 9:00 am. This year’s event is open to students, faculty, and staff. Our three speakers will feature James Rothrock, Dr. Tyrone Howard, & Sahaj Kohli.
Join discussion on Asian Americans and the 2020 Presidential Election with Janelle Wong .
Explore the artistic side of physics with us! Prof. Stephanie Bailey will explore the intimate connection between Arts and Physics, and physics students will teach you how to draw a Schrodinger cat.
Happy October! If you’re in need of something spooky and safe this Halloween, sign up for AMP Special Event’s Virtual Haunted Escape Room!
Do you know what to throw? Learn and discuss how we can do our part to reduce, compost, and recycle on campus.
Join The Lemon Project as we discuss Ta-Nehisi Coates’ June 2014 article “The Case for Reparations.”
Learn about solar energy and how Solar United Neighbors' nonprofit co-op model simplifies the process of going solar on your home or small business from the comfort of your own home.
During this conversation, panelists will discuss the university's Division I identity and address topics related to the academic, personal and competitive success of our student-athletes and teams.
Horror spoken word performance by Inside Out Theatre, a program under the CSD.
A series of satirical presentations explaining spooky phenomena. You'll laugh until your sides are sore - and learn some physics along the way!
Come hear The Gentlemen of the College & The W&M Accidentals at our Halloween Wren 10! The Accidentals will be performing at 9pm and the Gents will be on at 10pm.
W&M and UVA are hosting a coordinated virtual event on October 29 at 11 AM.
Join Colette Loll, the Founder and Director of Art Fraud Insights, as she details the stories behind her groundbreaking exhibition.
Learn more about William & Mary’s Highland, the home of a president’s family and generations of enslaved individuals. The site is undergoing a necessary re-interpretation with vital input from its Descendant Advisory Council.
Jay Jones, Norfolk Delegate and Fall 2020 Baxter-Ward Fellow in Government, will present a virtual public lecture, "Inside Virginia`s Voter Rights Revolution: How the General Assembly Increased Access to the Ballot."
CLA, HR, and STLI are working together to offer an interactive working session for faculty on how to hold candid and respectful political conversations in the classroom (virtual, blended, and in-person).
Dr. Adriana Martinez from Southern Illinois Univ. is presenting: The Hydrological Impacts of the U.S.-Mexico Border Fence Along the Rio Grande!
Click on the event title & go to the Contact Information to email Nick Balascio for the zoom link to attend.