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Join alumni and friends in the DC area for a virtual discussion on the impact of COVID-19 on small business in Virginia.
Connect with fellow members of the W&M community from all over the world to share your expertise and build your professional network!
What is the secret ingredient to effective diversity, equity, and inclusion learning? Initiatives that lead to sustainable change focus on empathy skills/perspective taking of the “other” and goal setting to encourage behavior change.
Join William & Mary alumni for a series of webinars this fall that combines theory and practice to explore how leaders can create inclusive environments.
Join fellow William & Mary alumni, parents, family and friends to read and discuss books.
Join fellow William & Mary alumni, parents, family and friends to read and discuss "Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald" by Therese Anne Fowler.
Hear from Professor Silvia Tandeciarz as she explores the power of arts and humanities in democratization and how transitional justice initiatives enhance a shared commitment to human rights.
Hear from Professor Braddock as he draws on historical and current examples to describe an “ecology” of art interlaced with the people and environments surrounding us.
Join the W&M community for an evening discussion regarding the future of U.S. diplomacy with Ambassadors Mari C. Aponte, Barbara A. Leaf '80 and Tom A. Shannon '80, D.P.S. '20.
Hear from Professor Patricia Vahle as she discusses the NOvA particle physics experiment and her investigation of the absence of an expected asymmetry of the Universe.
The William & Mary Tax Conference offers lawyers and accountants an in-depth look at current topics in tax law. Please plan to join us for our 66th conference.
Alumni, parents, family, friends and book lovers are invited to join author Michael P. Branch '85 for a reading and discussion of his most recent books, including "How to Cuss in Western."
Join fellow William & Mary alumni, parents, family and friends to read and discuss "The Secret History of Wonder Woman" by Jill Lepore.
Hear from Professor Fabricio Prado as he explores how early trade networks to South America jump-started the U.S. national economy.