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Gallery Players Fall Concert
Thursday, November 15
8pm
Bruton Parrish Church
Drum Circle: A Lemon's Legacies Porch Talk    
Friday, November 16
12pm - 1:30pm
Crim Dell Meadow, Crim Dell Amphitheater and Trinkle Hall is Rain Location

Feeling stressed from finals or the upcoming holiday season? Join the Lemon Project and Patrick Hudgins from the Counseling Center in a healing drum circle to relieve some tension. Come beat on a variety of drums; no musical experience required! 

Janice Allen Jackson '85, Administrator of Augusta, Georgia, Named Fall 2018 Baxter-Ward Fellow
Thursday, November 29
5pm - 6:30pm
Tucker Hall, 127A

The Department of Government is pleased to announce that Janice Allen Jackson ’85 has been selected as the Fall 2018 Baxter-Ward Fellow. Ms. Jackson graduated from William & Mary with a self-designed major in Public Policy and Urban Studies.

W&M Wind Ensemble Winter Concert
Wednesday, December 5
7:30pm
Jamestown High School Auditorium

FREE admission

Featuring Dr. Gretchen Renshaw (Hendrix College), Guest Conductor and

Joanne White, Instructor of Flute at William & Mary


Conference of Undergraduate Women in Physics Regional Event; Professor Meg Urry (Yale Univ) Keynotes
Friday, January 18 - Sunday, January 20
Small Hall

Professor Urry is the founding Director of the Yale Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics. She also served as Chair of the Yale Physics Department from 2007 to 2013. She served as President of the American Astrophysical Society from 2015-16. 

    24 Speed Filmmaking Competition | 2019 
    Friday, January 25 - Saturday, January 26
    5:30pm - 7pm
    Swem Library

    The rules are simple: write, shoot, and edit a short film in just 24 hours! The contest is open to W&M students and alumni, pros and amateurs alike, and is a chance to show your filmmaking chops on the big screen.

    Building a Vocal Community with Dr. Ysaÿe Barnwell
    Friday, January 25
    6pm - 9pm
    School of Education, Matoaka Woods Room

    Admission - $30 general Public; $10 for students

    Professor Alison Keith, University of Toronto, gives J. Ward Jones Lecture in Classical Studies
    Thursday, January 31
    4:30pm
    Morton Hall

    Professor Keith has written extensively about the intersection of gender and genre in Latin literature. She will deliver the J. Ward Jones Lecture in Classical Studies.

      Professor Kimberly Tanner of San Francisco State University Gives Bio Seminar
      Friday, February 1
      All day
      McGlothlin-Street Hall

      Professor Tanner also directs SEPAL: The Science Education Partnership & Assessment Lab. Her research focuses on how people learn science and how teachers and scientists can collaborate to make science teaching and learning more like how scientists work.

      Computer Science Distinguished Lecture by Ira Kemelmacher-Shlizerman, University of Washington
      Friday, February 1
      3pm
      McGlothlin-Street Hall

      Her lecture is titled, "People Modeling in the Wild."

      Lecture by Cheryl Holcomb McCoy
      Tuesday, February 5
      6pm - 7:30pm
      School of Education

      On Tuesday, February 5, 2018, Dr. Cheryl Holcomb McCoy will give a lecture on The Five Simple Truths About Cultural Competence in Education and Counseling.

      Novelist Jenny Offill at the Patrick Hayes Writers Series
      Wednesday, February 6
      5pm
      Tucker Hall

      Jenny Offill's first novel Last Things was a finalist for the L.A. Times First Book Award. Her second novel, Dept. of Speculation has been shortlisted for several prizes and awards, including the L.A. Times Fiction Award.

        Dr. Dawn Wright of ESRI Keynotes International Day of Women & Girls in Science
        Monday, February 11
        10am
        Swem Library, Center for Geospatial Analysis

        Dr. Wright is a geographer and oceanographer, and a leading authority in the application of Geographic Information System technology to the field of ocean and coastal science. She played a key role in creating the first GIS data model for the oceans.

          Douglas Flowe, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Washington University (St. Louis)
          Thursday, February 28
          3:30pm
          TBD

          Professor Flowe’s research is primarily concerned with themes of criminality, vice, leisure, and masculinity, and understanding how they converge with issues of race, class, and space in America. His visit is hosted by Gender, Sexuality & Women’s Studies.

            Christy Coleman (CEO, American Civil War Museum) Speaks at the Lyon G. Tyler Lectures Series
            Friday, March 15
            5pm
            James Blair Hall

            Christy Coleman is the CEO of the American Civil War Museum.