- Apr23All dayDrilling Hotspots to Unravel the Mantle WindMcGlothlin-Street HallWM Geology Lecture Series Dr. Anthony Koppers (Distinguished Lecturer supported by the Consortium for Ocean Leadership) Oregon State University
- Apr233pm - 4pmManaging Your Online IdentityCohen Career Center, AtriumPutting your most professional foot forward online is an important part of your job search.
- Apr233:30pm - 5pmPIPS Project on International Peace & Security W&M Campus SymposiumSadler Center, Chesapeake CEnjoy brief presentations by six students addressing emerging challenges to international stability followed by a discussion.
- Apr235:30pm - 7pmSinging Recital of Students of Stephanie NakasianEwell Hall, Recital HallPerformances of jazz, pop, rock, folk, theatre, R&B, and original songs by students of Stephanie Nakasian. This recital is free and open to the public.
- Apr2412:30pm - 1:30pmEmbracing Diversity - The Singapore Experiment/ExperiencePhi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall, Room 2222014 Africana-Mellon Distinguished LecturersShow More...
- Apr248pmChoral Spring ConcertPhi Beta Kappa Memorial HallPerformance by the W&M Choir, Women's Chorus, and Botetourt Chamber Singers. Tickets available at the PBK Box Office at (757) 221-2674 and online. Online purchase requires a $1 service charge. Conductor - James Armstrong Conductor - Jamie Bartlett
- Apr25All day
- Apr25All daySummer Internship Scholarships through Dunn Civil Liberties ProjectThe Dunn Civil Liberties Project provides funding for undergraduate students with either unpaid or low-paid civil liberties related internships. Application deadline is April 25.
- Apr253pmThe Transformative Impact of Computing and Communication in a Data-Driven WorldMcGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 020This is the last talk in this year's Distinguished Speaker Series in the Department of Computer Science.
- Apr254pmPhysics ColloquiumSmall Hall, Room 122Speaker: Dr. Karen Gibson, Case Western Reserve University, Title of Talk: Searching for the Dark Matter of the Universe in South Dakota
- Apr264pm - 5pmWind Ensemble Spring ConcertPhi Beta Kappa Memorial HallThe Wind Ensemble presents a program featuring Grainger's ode to folk songs of the British Isles, "Lincolnshire Posy," as well as Gustav Mahler's "Um Mitternacht" for mezzo-soprano and winds. Dr. Paul Bhasin directs.
- Apr268pmChoral Spring ConcertPhi Beta Kappa Memorial HallPerformance by the W&M Choir, Women's Chorus, and Botetourt Chamber Singers. Tickets available at the PBK Box Office at (757) 221-2674 and online. Online purchase requires a $1 service charge. Conductor - James Armstrong Conductor - Jamie Bartlett
- Apr271pm - 2pmKijanowska Studio RecitalEwell Hall, Recital HallPerformances by students of Dr. Anna Kijanowska.
- Apr274pm - 6pmSymphony Orchestra Spring ConcertPhi Beta Kappa Memorial HallSergei Rachmaninov, Piano Concerto No2 in C minor, op.18 Maria Yefimova, soloist Intermission Anton Dvorak, New World Symphony, E minor. op.95Show More...
- Apr287pmBroadway FlippedSadler Center, Commonwealth AuditoriumMonday night, April 28th at 7 p.m. marks the debut of "Broadway Flipped," Gary Green's musical revue that features some of Broadway's best loved show tunes, but sung by a performer of the "other gender."
- Apr297:30pm - 8:30pmBrass Quintet RecitalEwell Hall, Recital Hall
- Apr3012pmSizemore Fellowship for Graduate School in JournalismBlow Memorial Hall, Room 254Are you going to graduate school in journalism in the fall? Could you use a $17,500 fellowship? If yes, apply for the Sizemore!
- Apr305pmPi Delta Phi 2014 induction ceremonyReves Center for International Studies, Reves RoomPi Delta Phi 2014 induction ceremony
- May2All dayPhysics ColloquiumSmall Hall, Room 122Speaker:Selim Shahriar, Northwestern University
- May1012pmTJ GraduationSadler Center, Tidewater A&B
- May11All dayAll events in May 2014
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