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Michael Luchs and Jim Olver are collaborating on a session on creativity and innovation.
W&M offices closed. Classes will be held.
Dr. Stephanie Blackmon, faculty member in the School of Education, will provide technology tips for faculty and staff.
(ZOOM ) Cornerstone Learning
VRS Retirement Plan Information Sessions
Cornerstone 101 - Realize Your Potential
Join us for Part 2 of our webinar series on COVID-19, The Intersection of COVID-19 and Race
Join President Katherine A. Rowe and other university leaders on Monday, July 20, from 6-7 pm ET for a virtual town hall about fall planning and pressing issues impacting the William & Mary community.
It can be difficult to feel like you can make a difference, especially in a world that is going through a global pandemic. In this session, student leaders will give advice and suggestions on how you can make an impact on the world we live in!
Zoom: Changing The Way We Connect!
Join us for a Discovery Lab on marine debris. Guest speaker, Sam Athey, Ph.D. candidate at the University of Toronto, will describe where microfibers and microplastics in our oceans are coming from, how they get there, and ways to slow their release.
Full Title of Presentation: Tech Integration: Tools to help with Daunting Tasks by Dr. Pam Bracey
Join 3 VIMS grad students as they give 5-minute fast-talks on the important research they are conducting. Register to join the students and be entered to win door prizes. Students will be available to answer questions after each presentation.
This event will have Professor Rebecca Green and many student leaders from Alliance for Students at the Polls and the Election Law Society!
Rachel Dixon, Ph.D. student in the Department of Fisheries Science at VIMS, will share a presentation on the diversity of fishes in the Chesapeake Bay, the methods used to sample and study fishes, and the challenges facing fishes and their habitat.
What makes for a good synchronous online lecture? Bring your experience and ideas to this brainstorming session.
Developing New Tech Habits is the application portion of the Learning Forward Technology series.
Join us online for July's After Hours lecture on the 30th at 7 PM.
Dr. Carl Hershner will be discussing climate change and sea level rise. Learn about the latest emerging issues and understanding of these topics vital to life by the water.
Too often Black queer lives are forgotten in conversations on race. Speakers in this session will explore the lives of Black queer people and how they feel the burden of bigotry.