- Apr13:30pmFrom Cyber to Ebola: Hard Problems in National SecurityWashington Hall, Room 201Public Talk by Christopher Kirchhoff, Special Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Troy Thomas, Director of Strategic Planning for the National Security Council.
- Apr15pm - 6pmTime and the RomanAndrews Hall, Room 101The J. Ward Jones lecture, by Prof. Denis Feeney of Princeton University
- Apr310am - 4pmHealing the Rift: Infectious Diseases in Post-Conflict ZonesLaw School, Room 120This two-part symposium is sponsored by the Student Division of the Program in Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding.
- Apr64:15pmReforming Chinese Higher Education: A New Great Leap Forward?Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201The W&M Confucius Institute hosts renowned scholar Dr. Elizabeth Perry, Rosovsky Professor of Government and Director of Harvard-Yenching Institute, to deliver a lecture on higher education in China. Reception to follow.
- Apr95pmThe Origins of the War in Ukraine: Lecture by Lucan WayTucker Hall, 127AFourth lecture in a Speaker Series sponsored by the Russian and Post-Soviet Studies Program and the Gregory Tepper Lecture Fund: Ukraine & Russia: Past, Present & Future of the Region:Show More...
- Apr107pmWalter Mosley to Speak at the Kimball TheatreOff-Campus, Kimball Theatre, 424 W Duke of Gloucester St, Williamsburg, VA 23185Walter Mosley will speak at the Kimball Theatre. Tickets are required, available at the Kimball Theatre box office, but this reading and all others are free and open to the public, thanks to a generous bequest from the late Patrick Hayes.
- Apr117:30pm - 9pmW&M Middle Eastern Music Ensemble Gala Spring ConcertKimball TheatreThe W&M Middle Eastern Music Ensemble hosts a gala spring concert with the Department of Music's Artist in Residence Kareem Roustom and special guests.
- Apr144:30pm - 5:30pmCaught in the Crossfire: Archaeological Objects as Commodities in Times of International ConflictAndrews Hall, Room 101A lecture by Prof. Jennifer Gates-Foster, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
- Apr15All dayScholarship Deadline: Fall 2015 Critchfield ScholarshipMerit and need-based awards for study abroad in particular Arabic-speaking countries
- Apr172:30pmIslam and the West: The Myth of Ancient AnimositiesAndrews Hall, Room 101The Reves Center presents the 2015 McSwain-Walker Lecture by Charles Kurzman, professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.All events in April 2015
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