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The Institute for Integrative Conservation is seeking W&M undergraduate students for our 2023 Conservation Research Program. The Program matches students with external partners and faculty to conduct applied research that advances real-world conservation.
The Innocence Club is hosting Anthony Ray Hinton, who served 30 years on Alabama's death row for a crime he didn't commit, on Sunday, October 2. RSVP: https://tinyurl.com/hintonrsvp . For more information, @innocencewm on Instagram.
This workshop will help grad students understand what rights they hold as an author.
Undergraduate research can be done in any major and lead to some amazing opportunities - but how do you get started? Learn more about what undergraduate research entails, how to find a faculty mentor, and what funding opportunities exist. Snacks provided!
HOLIDAY. DAY OF ATONEMENT.
Andrews Gallery presents artist Laura Frazure, Bodily Rhetoric. October 6-28, 2022. Artist talk, Oct 6, 5-6pm, Andews 101 , followed by an opening reception, 6-8pm.
Andrew Dallas Hurley , Final Oral Examination for the Ph.D. Degree, Title: "Partial Wave Analysis of Strange Mesons Decaying to K+?+?- in the Reaction ?p ? K+?+?- ?(1520) and the Commissioning of the GlueX DIRC Detector"
The Lee Lecture presents Dr. Casey Dué Hackney , Professor and Director of the Classical Studies Program at the University of Houston, Houston Texas. She will be speaking on “’The Egg of a Sea-bird:’ Searching for Homer in Ireland”.
Anhthu Cung received the Concord Traveling Scholarship to travel to Vietnam to explore her family background and examine how the Vietnam War affected the country’s literary history and how political divisions influenced its cuisine’s development.
Deadline for 2023 graduates to have social class changed prior to Spring 2023 registration
'22 Capstone Summer Sketchbook Exhibition: W&M Senior Studio Art Majors
October 7-24, Opening recpetion Oct. 7, 4-6pm
Sadler Center, Hart Gallery
If you require assistance with registration, or if you have any questions and would like to talk to someone, please call our Homecoming hotline at 757-221-3106.
Reunion event for History alumni! The Harrison Ruffin Tyler Department of History presents a book talk by Dr. Emily Greble, Associate Professor of HIstory, Vanderbilt University and William & Mary Alum. A reception will follow.