- Oct2511amOmeka for Social Justice: Digital Humanities Projects for Public EngagementSwem Library, Ford Classroom
The workshop is open to all faculty, librarians, graduate students, and interested undergraduates. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org in advance.
- Oct255pmW&M Summer Study Abroad in Cádiz, Spain - Information SessionWashington Hall, Room 201
When: Tuesday, October 25, 5 pm
Where: Washington Hall 201
Why: To get more details about W&M's summer study abroad program, learn about availability of Scholarships, Meet the Program Director and Reves Staff with a Q & A Session.
- Oct26-Oct272016 Washington DC Public Policy Information SessionsOff-CampusInformation sessions in three locations around the Washington DC area offering chances to connect with our Alumni and Director of Admissions to learn more about all the exciting opportunities through the William & Mary Master of Public Policy program.
- Oct263:30pm - 4:30pmHow Can GPUs Become First-Class Computing Devices?McGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 020
Distinguished Speaker Talk, David Kaeli, Northeastern University
How Can GPUs Become First-Class Computing Devices?
- Oct265pm - 6:30pmCOLL 300 (Well-being): Disease Surveillance for Global Child HealthSchool of Education, Matoaka Woods
A visit with Tamer Farag '99 (Biology)Show More...
- Oct266pmDC Spring Break Seminar Info SessionTyler Hall, Room 133
- Oct27All dayDEADLINE: COLL 300 Visitors proposal due for Fall 2017 "IN/EXclusion"The Center for the Liberal Arts is proud to announce the on-campus COLL 300 themes for Fall 2016 through Spring 2018, along with our call for proposals for supporting visitors.
- Oct2712:30pm - 1:30pmTeaching Project Workshop: Cultivating the Next Generation of Global LeadersBlow Memorial Hall, Room 201
Professor Joseph Wong of the University of Toronto will discuss various strategies to cultivate the next generation of global leaders, including multidisciplinary classrooms, challenge-based courses and meaningful global experiences.
- Oct271pm - 4:15pmTraditional Japanese Tea Ceremony & Lecture: "Visible and Invisible: Aesthetics in Japanese Art"School of Education, Room 1056 (lecture) and Dogwood Room (tea ceremony)
The Reves Center sponsors a lecture on Japanese aesthetics and a traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony.
- Oct275pmExtending the Reach of the State: Delivering Sustainable Development, Lecture by Prof. Joseph WongTucker Hall, 127 A
Joseph Wong is the Ralph and Roz Halbert Professor of Innovation at the Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto, and Canada Research Chair in Health, Democracy and Development.
- Oct277pm - 9pmTack Faculty Lecture - The Detective is (not) a Nazi: German Pulp FictionSadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
Bruce Campbell, professor of German Studies, will uncover the most intriguing aspects of the under-appreciated, under-publicized genre of German pulp fiction on October 27th in the Commonwealth Auditorium.Show More...
- Oct2812pm - 5:30pmIntellectual Property Law Symposium - Design Patents: Are They Necessary?Law School, 141 & 124
The William & Mary Student Intellectual Property Society hosts its annual Intellectual Property Law Symposium on Friday, October 28th.
- Oct282pm - 3pmMathematics Colloquium and EXTREEMS-QED Lecture: Ming-Jun Lai, University of GeorgiaJones Hall, Room 301Title: Bivariate Spline Solution to Nonlinear Diffusive PDE and Its Biological Applications
- Oct283:45pm - 5pmChristopher Geyer - East Carolina UniversityISC3 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1221
"The multiple ways that retinoic acid directs mammalian germ cell development"
- Oct284pm - 5pmPhysics ColloquiumSmall Hall, Room 111
Atsushi Fukuyama [Hosts: S. Sen and G. Vahala] Department of Nuclear Engineering, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan, Title of Talk: “Plasma, Nuclear Fusion, and Integrated Modeling of Fusion Plasmas”
- Oct288pmHalloween concertSadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium Sadler
Admission: $3 students, $10 general admissionCamille Saint-Saens, Danse Macabre
Modest Mussorgsky, Khovantchina Overture
Modest Mussorgsky, Night on the Bald Mountain
André Caplet, The Masque of Red Death
Joseph Holbrooke, The Raven, op.25
- Nov12:30am - 2:30pmCondense Matter SeminarSmall Hall, Room 122
Presenter: Dr. Hitesh J. Changlani
Affiliation: Johns Hopkins University
Title: Simplex solid and spin liquid phases in two dimensional frustrated kagome antiferromagnets
- Nov112:50pm - 1:50pm"Law and Taboo Markets" | Professor Kimberly D. Krawiec, Duke University Law SchoolLaw School, Room 127Professor Kimberly D. Krawiec is the Kathrine Robinson Everett Professor of Law at Duke University Law School. The lecture is sponsored by the Center for the Study of Law and Markets. Free admission and all are welcome.
- Nov15pm - 6pmPublic Policy Informational Webinar Nov 2016OnlineWilliam & Mary Public Policy is hosting a live online webinar walking prospective students through all aspects of the Master of Public Policy program.
- Nov16pm - 7:30pmFuture Environmental Challenges Facing the Commonwealth | Molly Ward J.D. '87Muscarelle Museum of Art
The Honorable Molly Ward, Secretary of Natural Resources for the Commonwealth of Virginia, will be speaking about the future environmental challenges facing the Commonwealth, including sea level rise, the Clean Power Plan and the Chesapeake Bay TDML.
- Nov16pm - 8pmWomen in Political CampaignsLaw School
Join Women's Law Society and Emerge for a panel and reception discussing women in political campaigns.
- Nov16:30pmDominican Bachata: Exploring Embodied Memories and Oral HistoriesPhi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall, The Dodge Room
Interdisciplinary Lecture & Dance starting at 7:00pm.
Come for a dynamic lecture, to be followed by an introductory dance lesson in bachata dance!
Gather for light snacks and beverages starting at 6:30pm.
- Nov17pmFall 2016 Independent and International Film SeriesSwem Library, Botetourt Theatre
Join Swem Tuesday evenings this semester for the Independent and International Film Series. This evening's screening features Lake Tahoe, directed by Fernando Eimbcke.Show More...
- Nov212pm - 1:30pmCrash Course in ChineseReves Center for International Studies, First Floor
Learn the basics of the Chinese language.All events in November 2016
- Oct245pm-Oct286pmAudition for Queer Night of Expression!Tyler Hall, 134 (10/24) and 123 (10/28)
Are you, here, queer, and PROUD of it? Then please consider auditioning for Queer Night of Expression (QNOE)! More information on how/when to sign up for an audition can be found in our Facebook event.
- Oct22-Dec2Spring schedule adjustment/registration for continuing students
Spring schedule adjustment/registration for continuing students
- Oct175:10pm-Nov26:10pmChinese Board GamesRowe House, Room 101Learn to play traditional Chinese board games such as Chinese Chess, Mahjong, and more!
- Sep5-Dec2OGSR/GSA SUPPLEMENTAL CONFERENCE TRAVEL FUNDINGStetson HouseThrough a collaborative effort between the Office of Graduate Studies and Research (OGSR) and the GSA, a limited number of awards are available to assist selected Arts & Sciences graduate students who are attending or presenting at a research conference.
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