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Arts & Sciences Inclusive Inquiry Speaker Series Day 1
Thursday, February 22
5pm - 8pm
Sadler Center, Commonwealth

Join the Arts & Sciences Dean’s Office on Feb. 22 & 23 for our 2nd annual Inclusive Inquiry Speaker Series! The two-day film festival will feature award-winning films from Cadence Theatre Company & keynote speaker writer-director, Omar Kamara (ECON, '15)

Arts & Sciences Inclusive Inquiry Speaker Series Day 2
Friday, February 23
4:30pm - 8:30pm
Sadler Center, Commonwealth

Join the Arts & Sciences Dean’s Office on Feb. 22 & 23 for our 2nd annual Inclusive Inquiry Speaker Series! The two-day film festival will feature award-winning films from Cadence Theatre Company & keynote speaker writer-director, Omar Kamara (ECON, '15)

Workshop: Digital Humanities, "What Can You Do with DH?"
Wednesday, February 28
12pm - 1pm
Swem Library, Cox Classroom

This workshop will cover the definition of digital humanities and some common methods and tools.

    Workshop: Finding and Applying for Public Service and Federal Jobs
    Wednesday, February 28
    2pm - 3pm
    Ewell Hall, Room 250

    Meet with the career center's Andrew Martin to learn how to find and apply for federal and public service jobs.

    David Nader, Computer Science - Dissertation Proposal
    Tuesday, March 5
    6pm - 8pm
    McGlothlin-Street Hall, Zoom

    David Nader, Computer Science - Dissertation Proposal
    Title: Towards an Interpretable Science of Deep Learning for Software Engineering: A Causal Inference View
    Advisor: Professor Denys Poshyvanyk
    Location: Zoom


      Emerging Scholars Talk: “The Little Things That Run the World: How Microbes Affect Pollination”
      Wednesday, March 6
      2pm - 3pm
      Stryker Center (412 Boundary St.)

      Hannah Machiorlete, Biology: “The Little Things That Run the World: How Microbes Affect Pollination”

      Offered in partnership between the Graduate Center and the Williamsburg Regional Library.

      Spring Break
      Saturday, March 9 - Sunday, March 17
      Location not specified
        Deadline: GSA Conference Funds, Summer Cycle
        Monday, March 11
        All day
        Blow Memorial Hall

        A&S graduate students may apply to the summer cycle of the Graduate Student Association's Conference Funding program, offering up to $500 toward in-person conference attendance.

         

          Classes resume after Spring Break
          Monday, March 18
          All day
          Location not specified

          Classes resume from Spring Break

          Advising period begins

          Summer registration begins for degree seeking students

            Graduate & Honors Research Symposium
            Thursday, March 21 - Friday, March 22
            Sadler Center, Chesapeake, Tidewater, James, & York Rooms

            Join us for the 2024 Graduate & Honors Research Symposium.

            Workshop: Digital Humanities, "Text Analysis with HathiTrust"
            Wednesday, March 27
            12pm - 1pm
            Swem Library, Cox Classroom

            The HathiTrust Digital Library includes more than 18 million digitized items. Learn how to get the most out of it through text analysis and other tricks in this hands-on workshop. 

              Deadline: GSAB Research Grants, Summer Cycle
              Monday, April 1
              All day
              Blow Memorial Hall

              April 1, 2024 is the deadline to apply for the summer cycle of GSAB Research Grants, managed by the Office of Graduate Studies.

                Emerging Scholars Talk: “The Cold War and U.S.-Spain Relations”
                Wednesday, April 3
                2pm - 3pm
                Stryker Center (412 Boundary St.)

                Tyler Goldberger, doctoral candidate in History: “The Cold War and U.S.-Spain Relations”

                Offered in partnership between the Graduate Center and the Williamsburg Regional Library.

                Pre-Defense Deadline for Students Submitting a Thesis or Dissertation for May 2024 graduation
                Friday, April 5
                All day
                Blow Memorial Hall, 326A

                Four steps are required at least two weeks before you defend. April 5 is the last day by which you may meet this requirement if you intend to graduate in May 2024.

                  Emerging Scholars Talk: "Star in a Bottle: The Promises and Challenges of Nuclear Fusion"
                  Wednesday, April 10
                  2pm - 3pm
                  Stryker Center (412 Boundary St.)

                  Ryan Chaban, Physics: "Star in a Bottle: The Promises and Challenges of Nuclear Fusion"

                  Offered in partnership between the Graduate Center and the Williamsburg Regional Library.