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Fall schedule adjustment begins
Monday, April 12
All day
Location not specified

Fall schedule adjustment period begins

    Anthropology Final Dissertation: Josué Nieves
    Monday, April 12
    9:30am - 10:30am
    Zoom

    Josué Nieves, a MA/PhD student, will present his final dissertation. 

      Ruiqin Tian, Computer Science - Final Dissertation Defense [Zoom]
      Monday, April 12
      2pm - 4pm
      McGlothlin-Street Hall, Zoom

      Ruiqin Tian, Computer Science - Final Dissertation Defense
      Title: Performance Optimization with an Integrated View of Compiler and Application Knowledge
      Advisor: Dr. Bin Ren
      Location: Zoom Online Meeting   Password: 644004


        One Tribe One Day
        Tuesday, April 13
        All day
        Around the world

        On April 13, 2021, the William & Mary community will come together for one incredible day to give back and pay it forward. Every gift to any area, no matter the size, makes a difference and helps unlock challenges that increase the impact of your gift.

          OTOD Event: Engaging W&M Students in Conservation & Justice at Highland
          Tuesday, April 13
          12pm - 1pm
          Location not specified

          This panel discussion will focus on a new student-led vision for William & Mary’s 535-acre campus at James Monroe’s Highland.

            Why Economists Use Imaginary Worlds: The Coase Theorem and Why Law Matters
            Tuesday, April 13
            1pm - 2pm
            Law School, Virtual

            The Center for the Study of Law and Markets will host a lecture by Steven G. Medema, Research Professor of Economics at Duke University, titled "Why Do Economists Use Imaginary Worlds? What the Coase Theorem Tells Us About Why Law Matters.”  

            One Tribe One Day – Arts & Sciences: Collaborative Student-Faculty Research Teams
            Tuesday, April 13
            7pm - 8pm
            Location not specified

            Collaborative, interdisciplinary research teams in the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities attack society’s knotty problems. At this event we will meet and feature several such faculty and student teams.

              Conservation in Action: Student Conservation Research Proposal Presentations
              Wednesday, April 14
              2pm - 4pm
              Zoom webinar

              W&M undergraduate students in the 2021 Conservation Research Program will be presenting their applied research proposals. Students in this program work alongside conservation partners and faculty mentors on research that advances conservation outcomes.

              Application Deadline:  Fellowships for Unpaid/Low-Paid Summer Policy Internships
              Thursday, April 15
              All day
              Tyler Hall, Room 421

              W&M's Public Policy Program and the Schroeder Center for Health Policy provide financial support for selected Public Policy majors who are considering unpaid or low paid policy internships. 

                Reaching Out & Leaning In 4
                Thursday, April 15 - Sunday, April 18
                Virtual

                Reaching Out and Leaning In IV is the fourth and final concert of William & Mary Dance Program’s 2020-2021 season. Dance Minors and Orchesis student choreographers explore and develop original work performed by William & Mary students.




                Asian American Plural: The Three Continents of Abeer Hoque's "Olive Witch" (Asian Centennial Event)
                Thursday, April 15
                9:30am - 10:45am
                Digital Streaming

                Nigerian-born Bangladeshi American writer and photographer Abeer Hoque presents the finale conversation in Asian American Plural: Literature Across Borders series, curated by Dr. R. Benedito Ferrao for the Asian Centennial. 

                Academic Excellence: Undergraduate Research Showcase
                Thursday, April 15
                4pm - 6pm
                Online
                Hear from current students conducting research from a variety of different academic disciplines. 

                  Ongoing Events

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                  Silence
                  Friday, April 9 - Sunday, April 11
                  Kimball Theatre, Virtual Event

                  A play which explore the origins of sadness and joy in sexual relationships, 'Silence' is a brilliant experiment with the language of desire, and the terrible gulf of silence between what we say and what we want. Directed by student Ivy He. 

                  Collaborative SciArt Gallery
                  Thursday, April 1 - Saturday, May 15
                  https://sites.google.com/email.wm.edu/sciart-gallery

                  Virtual art gallery blending science and art perspectives