- Oct53pm - 4:30pmMario Linares-Vasquez, Computer Science, Dissertation ProposalMcGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 002Title: Supporting Evolution and Maintenance of Android Apps
- Oct55pmFocus On: State Department InternshipsBlow Memorial Hall, Room 201Come learn about the State Department Internship process and the Harriman Foreign Service Fellowship available for interns in DC, London, or Paris.
- Oct55pm - 6pmFocus On: State Department InternshipsBlow Memorial Hall, Room 201Come learn about the State Department Internship process and W&M's Harriman Foreign Service Fellowship.
- Oct56:30pm - 8pmRaft Debate - A W&M TraditionPhi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall, Memorial HallDescribed as a "delicate balance of comedy and lecture," the annual Raft Debate features four W&M faculty members from diverse disciplines, stranded on a desolate island with only a one-person life raft for escape to civilization.
- Oct6-Oct8The Washington ProgramOff-CampusThis program, required of first-year graduate students, is designed to show the broad range of opportunities in the D.C. area for policy professionals.Show More...
- Oct612pm - 1pmStrategically Choosing Gap Year ExperiencesCohen Career Center
- Oct62pm - 3pmHIGH ENERGY THEORY SEMINARSmall Hall, Room 122Diana Vaman (University of Virginia), Title of Talk: "Boundary Conditions, Zero Modes and Entanglement"
- Oct66pmFaculty First Tuesday Lecture at the Muscarelle: Eliot DudikMuscarelle Museum of ArtEliot Dudik, Visiting Assistant Professor | Recent Works
- Oct68pm - 9pmHOPE Presents: Back 2 BasicsBlow Memorial Hall, Room 332Come experience a sex ed crash course with HOPE to explore decisions regarding sex and sexual actions, safe sex, your and your partner's anatomies, and resources that we have on campus!
- Oct68:30pm - 9:30pmMerrimac Mentors Interest Meeting 1Washington Hall, Room 301Merrimac Mentors is a mentoring program that works with youth at a local juvenile detention center. If you are interested in learning more about our program, please attend one of the interest meetings.
- Oct712pmChurchill Scholarship Campus Application DeadlineAll parts of the Churchill Scholarship application must be submitted by noon on Wednesday, October 7.
- Oct73:30pm - 5pmA Conversation with Secretary General Spencer OliverReves Center for International StudiesJoin the Reves Center for an informal discussion with R. Spencer Oliver, currently Secretary General of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE PA) headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark.
- Oct75pmFocus ON: The Goldwater ScholarshipSwem Library, Cox ClassroomGoldwater Scholarships are for students majoring in STEM fields who plan graduate work and careers in the sciences. Come to this session to find out about the application process and hear from current Goldwater Scholars.
- Oct77pm - 8pmMerrimac Mentors Interest Meeting 2Blow Memorial Hall, Room 334Merrimac Mentors is a mentoring program that works with youth at a local juvenile detention center. If you are interested in learning more about our program, please attend one of the interest meetings.
- Oct84pm-Oct912pmFuture of Iraq SymposiumLaw School, Rooms 119, 124, 127Sponsored by the Center for Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding, the Reves Center for International Studies, the Kraemer Middle East Scholar-in Residence Program, and the Law School's Comparative Legal Student Scholars.Show More...
- Oct87:30pm - 10pmEwell Concert Series - Amici della MusicaEwell Hall, Recital Hall
- Oct912pm - 1:30pmHistory Department Brown Bag SeriesJames Blair Hall, Department LibraryPlease join us for Beth Wood's Brown Bag practice conference talk, "'No visible marks or scars': Antebellum Virginia Free African American Bodies and the State"
- Oct92pm - 3pmMathematics Colloquium: Michael Giudici (The University of Western Australia)Jones Hall, Room 301TITLE: How many automorphisms does a graph have?
- Oct94pm - 5pmColloquium - Erin Ryan, NASA GoddardSmall Hall, Room 110
- Oct1412:50pmWOTUS: Waters of the United States and Clean Water Act Jurisdiction -- Where are We Now?Law School, Room 141Lunchtime talk by Peggy Strand (1976 W&M Law alum) co-sponsored by the Student Environmental & Animal Law Society and The Virginia Coastal Policy Center.
- Oct147pm - 9pmQueer Climates on Campus: An LGBTQ Discussion PanelSadler Center, Tidewater AAn LGBTQ discussion panel between students and professors, talking about the atmosphere of inclusion on campus, with an emphasis on tips and strategies to cope with discrimination and how to get more involved with activism.
- Oct153:30pm - 4:30pmPhysics SeminarSmall Hall, Room 122Elena Long (UNH), nucleon form factors, structure functions, and the tensor polarization
- Oct154:30pm - 6pmGil Hochberg, The Right to Look: On the Visual Politics of the Israeli Occupation of PalestineMorton Hall, Room 220Prof. Hochberg will discuss her new book *Visual Occupations" (Duke), which discusses how controlling what can be seen and should be unseen, or "the rights to visuality," is a crucial means by which Israel is able to maintain its occupation of West Bank.
- Oct157pmLecture by Artist/Activist Sue CoeTucker HallArtist and Activist Sue Coe to speak on Thursday, Oct.15 @ 7pm in the Tucker Theatre and conduct a printmaking workshop the following day, Friday, Oct.16, 2-4pm with Brian Kreydatus, Matoaka Studio.All events in October 2015
- Oct111am-Oct221pmWMCI Presents: Chinese CookingOff-Campus, Baptist Campus Ministry House, 244 S. Boundary StreetLearn to cook delicious Chinese cuisine! Classes occur Thursdays, 11am-1pm, from October 1st to 22nd.
- Oct1-Oct16Study Abroad Photo Contest: Deadline Oct 16Reves Center for International StudiesThe Global Education Office invites you to submit up to three of your best photos for our annual Study Abroad Photo Contest.
- Sep155pm-Oct86pmWMCI Presents: Chinese CalligraphyRowe HouseLearn how to make masterful creations with a bamboo brush and appreciate the concepts of Chinese Calligraphy! Classes run from 5:00pm-6:00pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, September 15th to October 8th.
- Sep145pm-Oct76pmWMCI Presents: HulusiRowe HouseLearn how to play an ancient Chinese gourd flute! Classes will run from September 14th to October 7th, occuring Mondays & Wednesdays from 5:00- 6:00 pm.
- Sep14-Dec18Coffee with a CLA FellowSee Full Description for schedule and locationsDuring the fall 2015 semester, CLA Fellows are available for informal discussion with faculty about COLL course development. Come have coffee on us. What's on your mind? See the full schedule.
- Sep12-Jan17Thirteenth W&M Faculty Show presented by the Muscarelle Museum of ArtMuscarelle Museum of ArtRecent works of the teaching studio art faculty including visiting instructors and emeriti professors of William & Mary will be featured in an exhibition Faculty Show 13 at the Muscarelle Museum of Art from September 12, 2015 through January 17, 2016.
- May21-Oct6The Menokin ExhibitSwem Library, Ground Floor, Botetourt Gallery"Through Their Eyes: A Photographic Journey" showcases images of Menokin from photographers Hullihen Williams Moore (2012-2014) and Frances Benjamin Johnston (1930). "Re-imagining A Ruin" provides an overview of The Menokin Glass House Project.
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