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NYU School of Law Visit
Wednesday, October 24
12pm - 1pm
Tyler Hall, Room 114

    Professor Mary Silber on "Being a Mentor. Being a Mentee. Building a Professional Community"
    Thursday, October 25
    4pm - 5pm
    ISC1 (Integrated Science Center), Room 3020

    Mary Silber, Professor of Statistics (The University of Chicago) will discuss "Being a Mentor. Being a Mentee. Building a Professional Community"

    Mary Silber, Professor of Statistics, The University of Chicago
    Friday, October 26
    3pm - 4pm
    ISC2 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1221

    Professor Silber is an applied mathematician who currently contributes to the Computational and Applied Mathematics Initiative (CAMI) at the University of Chicago. 

    University of Virginia Professor Elizabeth Barnes lecture, "Well-Being and the Value of Health"
    Friday, October 26
    3:30pm - 5pm
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 333

    Elizabeth Barnes, Professor of Philosophy, Corcoran Department of Philosophy, University of Virginia, teaches Metaphysics, Social Philosophy, Feminist Philosophy, and Ethics. She will speak at a Philosophy Colloquium in the Fall.

    Gender and Technology Symposium Keynote Speaker:  Professor Wendy Chun, Simon Fraser University
    Friday, November 2
    Equality Lab

    Professor Wendy Hui Kyong Chun is the Canada 150 Research Chair in New Media at Simon Fraser University. She combines a background in Systems Design Engineering and English Literature to inform her work on contemporary digital media. 

    #VastEarlyAmerica Wikistorm
    Saturday, November 3
    9am - 1pm
    Swem Library, Ford Classroom

    You can help us add 100 early American women to Wikipedia by 2019.

    You can also help us augment current entries for early American women.

    Professor Ann M. Little delivers the Mary Maples Dunn Lecture
    Saturday, November 3
    3pm - 5pm
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

    Professor Ann Little will deliver the Mary Maples Dunn Lecture at the Omohundro Institute. She specializes in the history of women, gender, and sexuality. She has held fellowships at the Newberry Library, Huntington Library, and others.

    Dr. Tamura Lomax discusses, "Chasing Tenure: Lessons From an Independent Black Woman Scholar"
    Tuesday, November 6
    5:30pm - 7:30pm
    Sadler Center, Tidewater A/B

    Tamara Lomax is an educator, writer, and co-founder/CEO of The Feminist Wire, an online publication committed to feminist, anti-racist, and anti-imperialist sociopolitical critique. She received her Ph.D. in religion from Vanderbilt University. 

    Study Abroad Open House for W&M Faculty-Led Summer Programs
    Wednesday, November 7
    11am - 1pm
    Sadler Center, Chesapeake A

    Learn more about your summer study abroad options.

      A Place in History: Should Virginia Ratify the Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution? 
      Friday, November 9
      9am - 5pm
      Law School, Room 120

       In the upcoming legislative session, Virginia faces the choice of whether to become the 38th state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. This symposium will explore the political, legal, and economic factors that will animate the state's decision.

      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.

      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. 

        Artist and Composer, Dr. Ysaye Barnwell, 1939 Artist in Residence
        Friday, January 25 - Saturday, January 26
        School of Education, Matoaka Woods

        Dr. Barnwell was a member of the African American a cappella ensemble Sweet Honey in the Rock from 1979 to 2013. A prolific composer, she wrote many of the group's songs, and has been commissioned to create music for various types of productions. 

          Professor Alison Keith, University of Toronto, gives J. Ward Jones Lecture in Classical Studies
          Thursday, January 31
          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.