- Apr166:30pmFilm Screening "Oligarch"Tyler Hall, Room 201
- Apr166:30pm - 7:45pmHow to Push Through to Pull an All-Nighter: Finally Preparing for FinalsTucker Hall, 127AAn evening of discussion to prepare your mind and body for final exams!
- Apr1710am - 2pmHazmat Disposal DayWilliam & Mary Hall, Parking LotFacilities is helping you dispose of all those hazardous materials that you don't want around anymore but can't throw away! Things like batteries, broken electronics, and cleaning products are welcome!
- Apr173:30pm - 5pmVisualising Empire in American Popular Culture: India 1930-32James Blair Hall, Room 223Please join us on Thursday, April 17, 3:30 pm, in James Blair 223 for a talk with Dr. Chandrika Kaul of St Andrews University, titled Visualising Empire in American Popular Culture: India 1930-32.
- Apr175pm - 6pmLecture "Building Blocks of the 21st Century Transatlantic Relationship"Blow Memorial Hall, Room 331A lecture by Matthew Murray, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Europe and Eurasia, U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade AdministrationShow More...
- Apr175pm - 7pmEnd-of-year BBQ & Student/Faculty VolleyballJames Blair HallCome enjoy a BBQ in the sun to celebrate the end of the school year, accompanied by the department's traditional student/faculty volleyball match. We'll begin at 5pm on Thursday April 17th on the lawn by the James Blair statue.
- Apr175:30pm - 7pmSomeone You Know Presents: Nancy DonovalSadler Center, Commonwealth AuditoriumSomeone You Know is bringing an awesome speaker to campus April 17, from 5:30-7:00pm in the Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium. The speaker, Nancy Donoval, will speak on sexual assault issues related to our campus using storytelling and experience.
- Apr177pm - 8:30pmSpring 2014 Tack Faculty Lecture SeriesOff-Campus, Kimball Theatre, Merchants Square"The World That Panics Made" with Legum Professor of History, Scott Nelson.
- Apr177pm - 10pmEarth Week Event: SIGHTLake Matoaka AmphitheatreCelebrate Earth Week by kicking back with your friends on a beautiful evening to watch WALL-E.
- Apr178pm - 10pmOpera Scene RecitalEwell Hall, Recital HallA recital of staged operatic arias, duets, and ensembles from The Magic Flute, Vanessa, Carmen, The Secret Garden, The King and I, and the celebrated Libiamo from Act I of Giuseppe Verdi's La Traviata.
- Apr1810am - 5pmRwanda20: A Memorial and Conversation on Modern GenocideCrim Dell Meadow
- Apr1811am - 4pmEarth Week Event: HEARINGSadler Center, TerraceJoin us on the terrace for sustainability related trivia and a local band!
- Apr1812:10pmVector GIS Modeling and Natural Resources ConsultingMcGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 230WM Geology Brownbag Lecture on geoanalytics presented by alumni Michael Marquis ('98).
- Apr182pm - 3pmMathematics Colloquium: Xuefeng Wang, Tulane UniversityJones Hall, Room 301Title: Spiky and Transition Layer Steady States of Chemotaxis Systems
- Apr183pm - 4pmChemistry Spring SeminarISC2 (Rogers Hall), Room 1127Anna Leivers, GSK-Research Triangle "Discovering New Drugs to Treat Viral Diseases"Show More...
- Apr184pmBiology Seminar: Graham Hatfull (University of Pittsburgh)Millington Hall, Room 150"Exploration and Exploitation of Mycobacteriophages"
- Apr184pmFulbright Fridays: New Fulbright Scholar PanelBlow Memorial Hall, Room 201Come hear a panel of newly-named Fulbright student Scholars discuss how they chose their country and project, how they selected recommenders, what the application process was like, and much more.
- Apr184pmPhysics ColloquiumSmall Hall, Room 122Speaker: Erhai Zhao, George Mason University, Title of Talk: Quantum Matter at Extreme Cold
- Apr185pm - 6pmChina Night: Introduction to Chinese Zodiac AnimalsRowe HouseExplore and experience the world of Chinese Zodiac animals with a cup of tea.
- Apr185pm - 7pmRwanda20: A Memorial and Conversation on Modern GenocideSadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
- Apr187:30pm - 10:30pmFridays at the Opera: Nixon in ChinaEwell Hall, Recital HallJohn Adams's groundbreaking work vividly brings to life President Nixon's 1972 visit to communist China and reveal the real characters behind the headlines in this landmark American opera.
- Apr199am - 4pmSENIOR RESEARCH SATURDAYMcGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 219Graduating seniors of the William and Mary Geology Department will gather for a day to present short research talks based on their senior theses.
- Apr1911am - 4pmEarth Week Event: Saturday CELEBRATIONCrim Dell MeadowJoin us for our final earth week celebration BLOWOUT combining all 5 senses!
- Apr1912pm - 4pmAsian and Middle Eastern Studies Music FestivalLake Matoaka Amphitheatre
- Apr226:30pm - 7:30pmCGA Visiting Lecture: Dr. Dan Griffith, "Spatial Autocorrelation is Everywhere"Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201Visiting lecture from Dr. Dan Griffith, Ashbel Smith Professor in the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences, at The University of Texas - Dallas. "Spatial Autocorrelation is Everywhere"All events in April 2014
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