- Jan17All dayMLK Community DayOff-Campus
The Office of Community Engagement is hosting MLK Community Day on Tuesday, January 17 from 10-6pm. Participants will sign-up for one of four community themes and spend the day volunteering. Lunch and dinner are provided.
- Jan18All dayFirst Day of 2017 Spring Semester ClassesMcGlothlin-Street Hall
- Jan188am-Jan275pmAdd/drop period
Add/drop begins 1/18/17 and ends 1/27/17
- Jan184pm - 6pmWMSURE Summer Grants, Fellowships, InternshipsSwem Library, Ford Classroom
Join our panel with Ms. Lisa Grimes of the Charles Center, Mr. Sean Schofield of the Career Center, Mr. Randy Tripp of Admission, and senior WMSURE scholar Eboni Brown. This workshop will help you apply for summer grants. Please register here.Show More...
- Jan197pm - 8:30pmAnnual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration ProgramSadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
Join us for our annual event commemorating the life and impact of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This year, we are pleased to welcome attorney and political analyst, Angela Rye.
- Jan2012pmGeology Departmental MeetingMcGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 219
Come hear about all of the exciting things the Geology Department will be doing this semester!
- Jan202pm - 3pmMathematics Colloquium and EXTREEMS-QED Lecture: Jerome Goddard II (Auburn University Montgomery)Jones Hall
Title: Modeling the effects of U-shaped density dependent dispersal via reaction diffusion equations
- Jan204pm - 5pmPhysics ColloquiumSmall Hall, Room 111
Randolf Pohl, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany and Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics, Garching, Germany.
Title of Talk: Shrinking the proton - Laser spectroscopy for nuclear physics and fundamental constants
- Jan2110am - 2pmFeather Foster Signing Mary Lincoln’s Flannel Pajamas: And Other Stories From the First Ladies’ ClosetWilliam & Mary Bookstore
This heavily researched new book gives insight into some of the lesser-known First Ladies, using an item of their clothing to advance the tale.
- Jan245pm - 6pmNASA DEVELOP Program - Information SessionCohen Career Center
A W&M alum and former DEVELOP participant along with a NASA Center Lead will highlight student opportunities and the application process.Show More...
- Jan245:30pmReparatory Justice for Global Black Enslavement: Lecture by Sir Hilary BecklesTucker Hall, 127A
The Reves Center presents the 2017 George Tayloe Ross Address on International Peace by Sir Hilary Beckles, Vice Chancellor, University of the West Indies and Chairman of the Caribbean Community Commission on Reparation and Social Justice.
- Jan247pm-Apr257pmHEART (Human Engagement, Awareness, and Response to Trafficking)James Blair Hall, Room 219
HEART meets every Tuesday from 7 to 8 pm. If interested in the issue of human trafficking and potentially being a member of HEART, come on out to any meeting!
- Jan254pm - 6pmWMSURE Consider Honors!Swem Library, Ford Classroom
Join our faculty panel with Dean Joel Schwartz and Professors Joseph Jones, Kara Thompson, and Wouter Deconinck. This workshop can help you figure out exactly what an honors project entails and how to make your project successful. Please register here.
- Jan265pm - 6:30pmEdward R. Murrow's Lasting Contributions to Public Diplomacy, Lecture by Major Gregory TomlinSadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
Major Gregory Tomlin '01 was an Assistant Professor of History at the United States Military Academy at West Point. He has served in Germany, Korea, Kosovo, and Iraq, as well as at the White House as a military social aide for the Obama administration.
- Jan275:30pm - 7:30pmPublic Lecture and Book SigningSmall Hall, Room 111
Hans Christian von Baeyer Chancellor Professor of Physics, emeritus William & Mary , Title of Talk: THE FRIENDLY QUANTUM: A new interpretation of quantum mechanics helps to restore common sense to fundamental physics.
- Jan2912pm - 4pmThe Haven Sunday-Funday Beautification ProjectCampus Center, Atrium (inside, in front of Trinkle Hall)
Start the semester with some fun & help your W&M community! Join us for a special event to create a healing space for survivors. Activities include making poetry, a writing workshop, painting/crafts, making homemade therapy toys, and a nature walk!
- Jan315:10pm-Feb236:10pmA Sample of ChinaRowe House, Room 101
Come and learn the basics of four of China’s art forms: calligraphy, paper cutting, Chinese knotting, and musical instruments. Gain hands-on experience where you can make your own artwork!
- Jan316pmDistinguished Visiting Artist, Thomas DemandAndrews Hall, Room 101
Please join us for a lecture by this Spring 2017's Distinguished Artist Lecturer, Thomas Demand, whose work achieves a disquieting balance between the convincingly real and the strangely artificial.
- Feb312pmAfricana Studies Brown Bag: "Nat Turner’s Bones: Reclaiming an American Rebel" by Dr. Kelley DeetzMorton Hall, Room 102
Join us for the AFST Brown Bag Lunch, “Nat Turner’s Bones: Reclaiming an American Rebel", with W&M alumni, Dr. Kelley Deetz. The lecture will take place at 12pm in Morton Hall 102. Due to space limitations, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 30.
- Feb812pm - 1pmDisney Science Internships – Information SessionCohen Career Center
The Disney Science Internship Coordinator will highlight gap year programs and explain the application process. (Skype session)
- Feb85pmThe Patrick Hayes Writers Series Presents Award-Winning Writer Edwidge DanticatTucker Hall, Tucker Theatre, Tucker 127A
Edwidge Danticat, author of several novels and the memoir Brother, I’m Dying.
- Feb85pm - 6pmMedserve Information SessionCohen Career Center
Learn about this immersive fellowship program that provides valuable hands-on clinical experience in medically underserved communities.Show More...
- Feb95pm - 6:30pmBook Talk by Professor Philip Roessler on Civil WarTucker Hall, 127A
Philip Roessler, W&M Assistant Professor of Government and the Director of the Center for African Development, will give a talk on two books that he recently published.All events in February 2017
- Jan9-Feb13W&M DC Semester Program Fall 2017 Application Now Open!Washington Center
Applications to the Fall 2017 DC Semester Program are now open - "National Defense Politics and Budgeting" taught by Professor John Gilmour!
- Dec5-Mar17RESEARCH FUNDING A&S GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH GRANTSStetson HouseA&S Graduate students are encouraged to apply for support [maximum of $300] from the Office of Graduate Studies and Research (OGSR) that will allow them to collect data at museums or archives, conduct research, and travel to field work sites.
- Dec5-Mar17OGSR/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.
- Nov21-Mar12017 William & Mary Confucius Institute Photo ContestRowe House, Room 101
The William & Mary Confucius Institute is holding a Chinese photo contest. We invite you to submit the best photos that you have taken on your travels in China!
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