- Mar10All dayApply to be an International Peer LeaderContact the Reves Center to applyWe are seeking enthusiastic graduate and undergraduate students to serve as International Peer Leaders for Graduate and Undergraduate International Student Orientations in August 2014. Apply by March 10.
- Mar10All day
- Mar108am - 9amColloquium: Performance Improvement for Parallel ApplicationsMcGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 020
- Mar101pm - 2pmiDeclare: Declaring is a Major DecisionSadler Center, York RoomDeclaring a major can be a difficult journey. This workshop, led by Academic Advising staff, will help students learn more information about deciding on a major, navigating the declaration process, and identifying an in-major faculty advisor.Show More...
- Mar106pm - 8pmCharles Center Summer Scholarship Essay ReviewBlow Memorial Hall, Room 201Applicants for summer 2014 Charles Center summer scholarships are encouraged to bring their essays in for review by Peer Scholarship Advisors. Please bring three hard copies.
- Mar118am - 9amColloquium: Hardware-Assisted Isolated Computing EnvironmentsMcGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 020
- Mar1110:30am - 12pmCV, Resume, Networking, & MORE! (Humanities)Cohen Career Center, Presentation Rooms A & BThe English proverb tells us that "first impressions are most important." Just in case this is true, we want to make the best possible professional first impression. In this workshop, learn how to make and keep up a solid professional image.
- Mar1112pm - 1pmiPlan: Academic PlanningSwem Library, Swem 169This presentation will provide undergraduate students with lessons and practice on creating an academic plan. Academic Advising staff will be on hand to answer student questions and provide a general review of individual plans.
- Mar114pm - 5pmAn Open Forum with His Royal Highness Prince Turki Al-FaisalSadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
- Mar123pm - 4pmThe Dalai Lama in Retirement: Prospects for Tibet in the 21st Century?Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room
- Mar125pm - 6pmVoices of "Tradition": Examining the Socio-Political Role of Women's Music in Gujarat, IndiaTucker Hall, 127AThis lecture on Indian music is based on recent research by ethnomusicologist Niyati Dhokai.
- Mar139am - 10:30amCV, Resume, Networking, & MORE! (Sciences)Cohen Career Center, Presentation Rooms A & BThe English proverb tells us that "first impressions are most important." Just in case this is true, we want to make the best possible professional first impression. In this workshop, learn how to make and keep up a solid professional image.
- Mar1312:30pmPhysics SeminarSmall Hall, Room 122Brian Tiburzi, Title of Talk: “Neutron in a strong magnetic field and effects from finite volume”
- Mar1312:50pm - 1:50pm"Islam in the Iraq Constitution"Law School, Room 141Haider Ala Hamoudi, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, is the 2014 Kraemer Scholar-in-Residence.Show More...
- Mar133:30pmSeventh Annual Schmidt LectureBlow Memorial Hall, Room 201The Sociology Department's Schmidt Lecture on Technology and Society: Competing Visions of the Internet and Why They Matter. This year's speaker is Stephanie Ricker Schulte. Thursday, March 13th at 3:30pm in Blow Hall 201.
- Mar135pm"Nationalism and the Myth of Turkic-Muslim Unity in Central Asia"Tucker Hall, 127aProfessor Russel Zanca (Northeastern Illinois University)
- Mar135pmNationalism and the Myth of Turkic-Muslim Unity in Central Asia talk by Russell ZancaTucker Hall, 127AThe presentation assesses what it means to speak of successes and failures according to both Central Asian and international standards and norms, and questions whether citizens are motivated or mobilized by nationalist conceptions of Turkic-Muslim unity.
- Mar14All dayColloquium: Michael Tooley (Colorado)TBDOn March 14th Michael Tooley will give a colloquium to the philosophy department. Time and Place TBA.
- Mar14All dayOlfactory Ratio as a Possible Proxy for Behavior in TheropodaMcGlothlin-Street HallWill Brightly Geology Brown Bag
- Mar14-Mar19Choir Spring TourTBAPerformance tour of the W&M Choir. Conductor - James Armstrong
- Mar148am - 2pmAtkins v. Virginia A Dozen Years Later: A Report CardLaw School, Room 124This exciting symposium will look at the development of the law from Atkins v. Virginia, where the Supreme Court took the position that the execution of mentally disabled persons was a violation of the Eighth Amendment ban on cruel and unusual punishment.
- Mar142pm - 3pmMathematics Colloquium: Mainak Patel, Duke UniversityJones Hall, Room 301The Essential Role of Phase Delayed Inhibition in Decoding Synchrony within the Brain
- Mar143pm - 4pmChemistry Spring SeminarISC2 (Rogers Hall), Room 1127Jeremy Starr, Pfizer, presents "Siderophore Conjugated Lactivicin Compounds with Activity Against Gram-Negative Pathogens"
- Mar144pmBiology Seminar: Mark Hochstrasser (Yale University)Millington Hall, Room 150"How cells destroy their own proteins"All events in March 2014
- Feb2710am-Mar275pmAndrews Gallery: Martha T. Jones: Poem Paintings & Other WorksAndrews Hall, Andrews GalleryAndrews Gallery and the Department of Art & Art History invite you to join us for: Poem Paintings and Other Works by Martha T. Jones Feb 27 - Mar 27, 2014 Reception: Fri, Feb 28, 4 - 6 p Exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public.
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