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An Equality Lab workshop with Dr. Ravynn Stringfield of the University of Richmond on developing an academic presence via Twitter.
Dr. Ravynn Stringfield's Website: www.ravynnkstringfield.com
Undergraduate research can be done in any major and lead to some amazing opportunities - but how do you get started? Learn more about what undergraduate research entails, how to find a faculty mentor, and what funding opportunities exist. Snacks provided!
Managing details, multiple schedules, course work, responsibilities, and deadlines can create a sense of overwhelming. However, with a little bit of mindfulness combined with cultivating simple micro-habits, a shift can happen.
Students will learn how to apply for the experiences, how to show up to the externship, and how to make the most out of the experience. If you have a scheduling conflict, please let [[lrandolph, Lisa Randolph]] know as soon as possible.
In celebration of Latinx Heritage Month, the Beta Delta Chapter of Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha, Inc. will be hosting a panel and discussion on the Latin American diaspora and its different experiences with adversity on October 5th @ 7pm in Tidewater A
Fall in Williamsburg truly is a magical time to visit campus! Come home to William & Mary for Homecoming & Reunion Weekend 2022.
The Lee Lecture presents Dr. Casey Dué Hackney , Professor and Director of the Classical Studies Program at the University of Houston, Houston Texas. She will be speaking on “’The Egg of a Sea-bird:’ Searching for Homer in Ireland”.
Homecoming & Reunion Weekend is here! To celebrate your final Homecoming before becoming alumni, come raise a glass to the Class of 2023.
In the courtyard of the Wren Building, we honor alumni, faculty and friends of the university who passed in the last year. In the event of severe weather, the ceremony will be moved to Commonwealth Auditorium.
Join children’s author, Erin Spencer ’14, as she talks about her new book, The World of Coral Reefs. This book is perfect for the budding ocean explorers in your life! Enjoy a (free) breakfast.
What role does the media play in democracy in the U.S. and around the globe? This is just one of the questions that will be explored during this presidential conversation, featuring distinguished alumni journalists.
This is a great chance to sport your Tribe Pride for all to see! After the student showcase, join our grand marshals to kick off a spirited Green & Gold Walk with fellow alumni, W&M athletes and student groups.
Please join the Econ Club for an Alumni Panel!
Please join us on October 10 at 7:00 PM in Blow Memorial Hall, 201, for a reading with Lauren Alleyne. Lauren is the author of Difficult Fruit and Honeyfish. She is also newly named the director of Furious Flower Poetry Center at James Madison University.
A W&M alum and an advocate of diversity and inclusion issues in medicine, Dr. Fabian will speak from her experiences as a transwoman in the field of orthopedic surgery and her life's journey more broadly.
Décio Muianga will give a talk on his research on Mozambique's Stone Age. Please email [[jdcarlson]] if you would like a Zoom option.
Please come learn more about the St Andrews Summer W&M Faculty-Led Study Abroad Program. The Program Director and GEO Advisor will be there to answer questions!
Grab your boos and get ready for a skele-ton of fun, because we’re brewing up some Spooktacular Trivia! Will your team be #squadghouls, or prove that you don’t know jack-o-lantern? Find out October 18 @7pm.
The Institute for Integrative Conservation, William & Mary Libraries, and the Reves Center for International Studies host a day at W&M with journalist and adventurer, Ken Ilgunas.
Dr. Akinwumi Ogundiran, winner of the 2022 Sutlive Book Prize, will give a lecture on his book The Yorúbá: A New History. Zoom link available.
Enjoy a screening of The Price of Everything, part of our Fall 2022 Muscarelle Explorations series!
Kamayan is the traditional Filipino style of eating where a buffet of food is served on large banana leaves and eaten without any utensils.
Join the CSD, Lambda Alliance, and Rainbow Coalition on a trip to Richmond, Va. to see The Rocky Horror show performed at Triangles Players Theatre. For $5 William & Mary students and staff are able to receive a ticket to the show and a round-trip ride!
The Computer Science (CS) Department is hosting its first Symposium for Graduate Studies! The symposium will consist of faculty and graduate student panels, research talks, poster session, social events, and more! Register here.
Join UAID x AMP at our fall Halloween Bash. Aptly "dark circus" themed, the event will feature a lively music, free food, games, raffle, prizes, trivia, costume contest, and more!
Japanese Cultural Association's annual fall festival! Watch performances, eat free food, and do games/activities in this celebration inspired by Japanese summer festivals.
Daniel Arriaga & Sandra Zuniga from the University of Texas at Austin will discuss the Geology of Mexico
The Charles Center and the Reves Center for International Studies present photojournalist James Whitlow Delano for a talk, "Telling the Story of the Global Climate Crisis," Monday, October 24, 2022, at 4pm in the Reves Room.
Trick or Treat your way through all 3 floors of Swem for candy! 7 departments in Swem will be handing out treats and Special Collections will host its 2nd annual Halloween Open House, featuring all its spookiest collections.
Connect with representatives from Social Science and STEM departments on campus to learn about how to get involved with research!
Dr. William Fitzhugh will talk on "Climate Change in the Artic: It's Happening Fast, and It's Happened Before". His talk will be on Wednesday, October 26, 2022 at 5:00 pm.
Please join us October 26th at 6:00 PM in Tucker Theater with Paul Hendrickson, a former staff writer for the Post, won the National Book Critics Circle Award for his 2003 Sons of Mississippi, Recipient of Guggenheim and NEA grants and teaches at UPenn.
Afro-Indigenous speaker and advocate Autumn Rose Miskweminanocsqua Williams will share her experiences growing up on Shinnecock Reservation, championing indigenous issues, and promoting positive mental health as a plus-size model.
Join Fraternity & Sorority Life for our annual Trick or Treating Event!
Inspired by her course Why Water Matters and her research on the history of science, Professor of Classical Studies Georgia Irby will explore ancient to modern biological and mythological creatures of the sea.
Learn how to create a resume in Microsoft Word
Y. Joseph Zhang, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Title of Talk: Cross-scale estuarine and ocean modelling on unstructured grids: a community approach
Just need to craft or sew something quick for a last minute costume? Join us on 10/29 between 10-12 in the Read & Relax area for a costume making hang out!
Join us Sat., Oct. 29, 4-6 pm at the Martha Wren Briggs Amphitheatre at Lake Matoaka; doors open at 3:30 pm. Bands performing include: Saturnine, Dietz & The Dilemmas, and Hamid's Journey! Tickets are $5 and proceeds benefit Active Minds; come in costume!
Join Lilly for her Howl-O-Ween celebration in the Wellness Center Lobby. October 31st from 12-2 pm. Get sweet or salty and enter to win raffle prizes!
CLSS will be hosting Professor Louis Aucoin as he discusses the protection of LGBTQ rights around the world.
Art & Art History Distinguished Lecture series presents SAM CHUNG, "JOURNEY IN CLAY"
October 31, 5pm, Andrews 101. Reception will follow.