- The Haven Confidential Advocate Application 2017-18 is now available!Campus Center
Apply to be a Confidential Advocate at The Haven: The Haven is seeking diverse and dedicated students to join our dynamic team of volunteers for the fall '17 semester.
- Federal Resume & Applications WorkshopCohen Career Center, Presentation Room
The federal resume looks significantly different than that you use to apply to other jobs. Learn how to build a resume that meets federal agencies expectations as well as tips and insights about the federal application process.
- Changing the World: How Today’s Youth are Engaging Globally. Lecture by Shari Villarosa J.D. '79Tucker Hall, 127A
The Reves Center announces that William & Mary Law School Alumna Ambassador Shari Villarosa will deliver the 2017 McSwain-Walker lecture.
- AFST First Fridays Brown Bag - African Philosophy Reconsidered: Africa, Religion, Race & PhilosophyMorton Hall, Room 102
AFST Brown Bag - "African Philosophy Reconsidered: Africa, Religion, Race & Philosophy" by Professor Oludamini Ogunnaike, W&M Religious Studies.
Friday, March 3rd 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Morton Hall 102
Lunch will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own.
- Thy Try "Introducing Open Development Cambodia"Law School, Room 141
Join CLSS for a presentation over pizza with Thy Try, director of Open Development Cambodia.
- Campus COLL 300 Presentation: "African Jamaican Disruptions and Routes to Freedom"Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
Jamaican scholar Erna Brodber and Black Atlantic scholar Catherine John-Camara give the second of three campus COLL 300 presentations scheduled for Spring 2017.
- Health Careers Club Presents: Study Abroad PanelSmall Hall, Room 111
Are you trying to fit a study abroad experience with a busy pre-med schedule? Wondering which study abroad option is best for you? Come to the Health Careers Club's Study Abroad Panel to hear answers to these questions and many others!
- The Contemporary Effects of the Acadian Diaspora, a guest lecture by Barry AnceletWashington Hall, Room 301
The Acadian Expulsion carried out by the British from what is now Nova Scotia in 1755 dispersed the Acadians throughout much of the Atlantic world. How is Acadian identity and culture expressed today in Maritime Canada, Louisiana, and even France?
- IR Student-Faculty Gathering with food from NawabTyler Hall, Lobby
The annual International Relations Program’s Spring Student Faculty Get Together. This year, the event will feature food from Nawab Restaurant on Thursday, March 16, from 4 to 6 pm in the lobby of Tyler Hall. Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Fulbright Academic Grant Information SessionJames Blair Hall, Room 201
Fulbright Academic Grants fund a year of study or research abroad. Come hear Hakan Seyalioglu '07 discuss his Fulbright experience studying Mathematics in Hungary, and get all the information you need to start putting together a competitive application.
- China Night: Experiences as a Chinese-AmericanReves Center for International Studies, Reves Room
Join Sara Wang as she discusses her experiences as a Chinese-American on Friday, March 17th at 4PM in the Reves Room.
- Making a Living, Making a Difference SymposiumSadler Center
Interested in a career where you can make a living, but also make a difference? Be sure to attend the Making a Living, Making a Difference Symposium. Meet 36 alums, learn about their careers, & get advice for pursuing a similar career. Sign up here.
- W&M World's Fair 2017Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
The International Culture Exchange Organization (ICE) hosts the 2nd annual William & Mary World's Fair, a collaboration between multiple organizations to showcase and raise awareness of various cultures through performances!
- Study Abroad Program Director Information SessionSwem Library, Learning Center
Interested in leading a study abroad program? Come attend the Program Director Information Session!
- APiA Lecture: “Fighting to Belong: Asian American Military Service and U.S. Citizenship”Andrews Hall, Room 101
The APiA Banh Mi Lunch Lecture Series presents “Fighting to Belong: Asian American Military Service and U.S. Citizenship.”
DATE | Monday, March 20, 2017
TIME | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
SPEAKER | Dr. Deenesh Sohoni, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Sociology
- AMP/Movie Screening: SonitaSadler Center, Tidewater A
"Sonita" is a documentary that follows the story of 18 year old Sonita, a refugee from Afghanistan living in Tehran, who dreams of becoming a famous rapper. Her family, however, intends to sell her as a bride worth $9,000.
- The International Student ExperienceReves Center for International Studies
Learn about W&M's international students.
- Forced to Flee: The 6th Anniversary of the Syrian Civil WarTyler Hall
No Lost Generation is presenting a lecture given by a member of Save the Children on the effect of the Syrian War on refugee children.
- Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) Grant Information SessionBlow Memorial Hall, Room 201
Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) Grants fund a year of teaching abroad in one of over 60 countries.
- An Encore Mindfulness Walk: A Path to Health and Resilience (open to all)Wren Yard, Out front (please be prompt)Would you like to add something restorative to this month, this semester, this year? We invite everyone (particularly staff and faculty) to partake in this practical application of meditation and mindfulness to the daily activity of walking.
- Economic Crimes and National Security Law in IndiaLaw School, Room 127
Sargam Hans, LL.M. '17, is an attorney licensed to practice in Delhi, India. Sargam will share her experience of dealing with economic crimes and corporate espionage in India on March 27, 2017 (Monday) in room 127 at 1:00 p.m. Lunch will be provided.
- Georgian Papers Programme Open HouseSwem Library, Botetourt Gallery
Join us for the Georgian Papers Programme Open House on Monday, March 27 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in Swem Library’s Botetourt Gallery.
- Judge Katzmann on The Unmet Legal Needs of the Immigrant PoorLaw School, Room 124
Judge Robert Katzmann, Chief Judge of the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, will discuss immigrant access to legal representation.
- A Forest Mindfulness Walk: A Path to Health and Resilience (open to all)Student Recreation Center, Out front (please be prompt)Would you like to add something restorative to this month, this semester, this year? We invite everyone (particularly staff and faculty) to partake in this practical application of meditation and mindfulness to the daily activity of walking.
- Lecture by Prof Tomo Sasaki: "History, Unevenness, and Urban Space in Japanese Cinema: A Case Study"Washington Hall, Room 315Prof. Tomo Sasaki will lecture on Kawashima Yuzo’s film Suzaki Paradise Red Light (1956)--a film that reflects the transformation that Japan’s capitalism was experiencing in the post-war period--and examine how popular culture narrates historical events.
- WMCI Distinguished Scholar Lecture: “Is China Socialist?” by renowned scholar Professor Barry NaughtonBlow Memorial Hall, Room 201
Join us on Thursday, March 30th from 4:00 to 5:30 in Blow Hall 201 for Professor Naughton's lecture.
- "From the Vantage of the Victory: New Research on the Nike of Samothrace"Andrews Hall, Room 101
In this year's Brinkley Lecture, Professor Bonna Westcoat from Emory University sheds new light on the Nike of Samothrace. Free and open to the public.
- The Private World of Soviet Scientists from Stalin to GorbachevJames Blair Hall, Room 206
Global Studies invites you to a lunch and lecture with Dr. Maria Rogacheva "The Private World of Soviet Scientists from Stalin to Gorbachev"
Friday, March 31 12-1pm (lunch will be served at 11:45).
- Secrets of the Ness of Brodgar, Nicholas Card Lecture and ReceptionMcGlothlin-Street Hall, 20 (use side entrance)
Lecture by Nick Card about a Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site that is renown for some of the most iconic prehistoric monuments of Atlantic Europe, followed by a sumptuous reception.
- A Celebration of Mason's Cultures!Alan B. Miller Hall, Brinkley Commons
ISA is celebrating our school diversity at the year's last cultural night! Please come dressed in your beautiful national costumes and be prepared for a lot of fun!
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