- Tribe Partner Career Conversations and Networking LunchCohen Career CenterOn April 5th the Tribe Partners, a group of senior level alums in Environmental Consulting, Energy, Education, Government, Non-Profit, Healthcare, Business, Journalism, Media and more, will be on campus for 1-on-1 career mentoring and a networking lunch!
- Africana Mellon Faculty Lecture: Professor Neil NormanSadler Center, York RoomPlease join Africana Studies for a Mellon Faculty Lecture by Professor Neil Norman of Anthropology.
- Chinese Language CompetitionTyler Hall, Room 102The deadline for signing up is March 29 at 5:00 p.m. To sign up, contact [[e|dcchapman, Dereck Chapman]].
- The Indian Ocean Basin: Navigating the 21st-Century Marine Silk RoadSchool of Education, Matoaka Woods RoomThird biennial Critchfield Conference. Keynote address by Robert D. Kaplan.
- An Evening Under the Stars with Global Playground1779 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DC 20036Hosted by the W&M Washington Office at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
- Where are you Asian Americans?Sadler Center, Chesapeake A&B (5th), Tidewater A (6th)This conference aims to discuss what it means to be Asian American and what steps can be taken to increase campus awareness. Come for FREE food, guest speakers, panelists and discussion! All are welcome.
- The Indian Ocean Basin: Navigating the 21st Century Marine Silk RoadAlan B. Miller Hall, Brinkley CommonsThird biennial Critchfield Conference. Lunch keynote address by Michael C. Hudson, Director, Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore.
- Digital Learning in Cross-Cultural PedagogyReves Center for International Studies, Reves RoomW&M faculty from the Chinese program, the W&M Confucius Institute, and the School of Education will present the initial results of the 2012-2013 Reves Center Internationalization Grant, "WM-China Initiative for Film and New Media in Higher Education."
- After Fukushima: Nuclear Power in the 21st Century Lessons from the Fukushima DisasterMcGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 20Japanese Culture Association is organizing a panel discussion on nuclear energy and Fukushima. The panel will feature faculty members from the College's departments of Chemistry, Geology, East Asian studies, Psychology, Economics and History.
- Brute Force: Livestock and Labor in Ottoman Egypt, 1750-1850Tyler Hall, Room 201Delivered by Alan Mikhail, Yale University Department of History.
- Lecture: Ambassador Pickering, "Unclenching Our Fists: Negotiation Strategy with Iran"School of Education, Matoaka Woods RoomOne of America's most well-respected diplomats, Ambassador Thomas R. Pickering, will speak as part of William & Mary's first intercollegiate Model United Nations conference (&MUN) on April 12, 2013.
- Lecture: Unclenching Our Fists: Negotiation Strategy With IranSchool of Education, Matoaka WoodsLecture given by Ambassador Thomas Pickering, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. Part of the MUN conference hosted by the W&M International Relations Club.
- Xenophobia and the Need for Immigrant RightsSadler Center, Tidewater BDepartments of Philosophy, Sociology and Latin American Studies Program Presents a Talk By Jose Jorge Mendoza (Worcester State University) Everyone Is Invited to Attend.
- From Border to Center: A Symposium on Immigration1779 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DC 20036
- The Moral Landscape in Islamicate Tajikistan: Soviet Legacies and Post-Soviet RealitiesJames Blair Hall, Room 206Delivered by Zohra Beben, William & Mary Department of Anthropology.
- Mar21-May28Chinese Classes in Summer 2013TBDElementary and intermediate level Chinese classes will be offered in the summer of 2013! Registration is already started.
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