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Digital Humanities Office Hours
Friday, February 23
1pm - 3pm
Swem Library, Reeder Media Center

Get computing help for your digital humanities projects!

    Green Fee Proposals Due!
    Tuesday, February 27
    5pm
    Location not specified

    Fund your sustainability idea, research, program or initiative! Green Fee proposals are accepted every fall and spring semester from all students, faculty and staff. Submissions are accepted early for those who would like additional feedback.

      Digital Humanities Office Hours
      Friday, March 2
      1pm - 3pm
      Swem Library, Reeder Media Center

      Get computing help for your digital humanities projects!

        Spring Break (All Levels)
        Monday, March 5 - Friday, March 9
        Location not specified
          Classes Resume from Spring Break (All Levels)
          Monday, March 12
          All day
          Location not specified
            Raft Debate - A W&M Tradition
            Thursday, March 15
            6:30pm - 8pm
            Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

            Described 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.

              17th Annual Graduate Research Symposium
              Friday, March 16 - Saturday, March 17
              Sadler Center
              The annual Graduate Research Symposium (GRS) is a unique educational and networking event, encouraging exchange between disciplines and bringing together students from William & Mary and regional universities.  
                Fall Priority Registration for Continuing Students Deadline July 1
                Monday, March 19 - Friday, March 23
                Stetson House, Room 204
                Fall Schedule Adjustment/Registration for Continuing A&S Graduate Students
                  Hornsby Distinguished Lecture: Freeman A. Hrabowski
                  Wednesday, March 21
                  6pm - 7pm
                  School of Education, Matoaka Woods Room

                  This year's final talk in the School of Education's Diversity Lecture Series will feature Freeman A. Hrabowski, president of The University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

                  Fall Schedule Adjustment/Registration for Continuing Students
                  Saturday, March 24 - Saturday, June 30
                  Stetson House, Room 204
                  Fall Schedule Adjustment/Registration for Continuing A&S Graduate Students
                    Mandatory Defense Date for May 2018 graduation
                    Friday, March 30
                    All day
                    Stetson House

                    You must Notify the [[w|vlthompsondopp,Office of Graduate Studies]] of your Defense Date for May 2018 graduation

                    This means your defense date must be scheduled with your committee by this deadline.

                      OGSR/GSA SUPPLEMENTAL CONFERENCE TRAVEL FUNDING
                      Friday, March 30
                      All day
                      Stetson House
                      Through 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.
                        RESEARCH FUNDING A&S GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH GRANTS
                        Friday, March 30
                        All day
                        Stetson House
                        A&S Graduate students are encouraged to apply for support [maximum of $350] 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.