- Oct21All dayWithdrawal Period EndsBlow Memorial Hall
Last day to withdraw from a course for Fall 2016
- Oct22-Dec2Spring schedule adjustment/registration for continuing students
Spring schedule adjustment/registration for continuing students
- Oct228:30am - 4pmInaugural Diversity SymposiumSchool of Education
Featured Speaker: Dr. Ben Reese: "Implicit Bias in the Academy: Meeting the Challenge"
- Oct2211am - 1pmIREP Africa Weekend - Lecture Lunch with Jamaican and West African foodSadler Center, Chesapeake A
Join us for a lecture by guest speaker and local activist Travis Harris and a sit lunch of Jamaican and West African food!
- Oct224pm - 6pmOktoberfest!Giles Hall (Randolph Complex), BBQ Place next to the German House
Celebrate Oktoberfest and chat with students and faculty in the German Section!Show More...
- Oct226:30pm11th Annual IREP Africa Cultural ShowcaseSadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
Join ACS and celebrate the African continent and diaspora in our 11th annual Cultural Showcase featuring amazing dance, song and poetry! Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door.
- Oct227:30pmDanceventPhi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial HallW&M Dance and Orchesis Modern Dance Company present Dancevent.
- Oct2311am - 5pmAutumn Blast WMSURE ResearchSadler CenterThe William & Mary Scholars Undergraduate Research Experience (WMSURE) presents Autumn Blast WMSURE Research 2016 to introduce academic research to prospective William & Mary students from backgrounds that are underrepresented at William & Mary.
- Oct232pmDanceventPhi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial HallW&M Dance and Orchesis Modern Dance Company present Dancevent.
- Oct237:30pmEwell Concert Series-Harris Simon, JazzOff-CampusWilliamsburg Regional Library Theatre Admission: $10/general public $5/students w/ID.
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- 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.
- Oct245:30pmLecture: “The (Digital) Souls of Black Folk: Race, Memory, and the Digital Humanities”Tucker Hall, 127A
By addressing the “problems” of race, digital humanities is better situated to preserve the (digital) souls of black folk while being methodologically enriched by the process of grappling with them.
- Oct247pm - 8pmHearing Death in Video Game Music's Silent Era: The Failure Sound of Pac-ManBlow Memorial Hall, Room 334
Game sound scholar Neil Lerner offers a fresh look at the history of video game music: What does the sound of a dying Pac-Man tell us about gaming, its history and its players?
- 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 email@example.com in advance.
- 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)
- 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.Show More...
- 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.All events in October 2016
- Oct175:10pm-Nov26:10pmChinese Board GamesRowe House, Room 101Learn to play traditional Chinese board games such as Chinese Chess, Mahjong, and more!
- Oct178am-Oct2111:59pmSpring Priority Registration for Continuing StudentsSpring Priority Registration for Continuing Students for A&S Graduate Students
- 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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