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Information Session: Immersive Conservation Mural Pitch Competition
Wednesday, March 10
12pm - 1pm
Zoom webinar

Participate in this Zoom informational session to learn about how you can submit a pitch for an Immersive Conservation Mural in spring 2021. W&M students are invited to submit a pitch for a conservation mural and Augmented Reality experience this spring.

    Sustaina-bite: Art and Indigenous Peoples & Sustainability
    Thursday, March 18
    12pm - 1pm
    Online via Zoom

    How is the art of Indigenous peoples linked to climate change, culture, and empowerment? How can art influence your area of expertise?

    Integration of Tech, Business, and Conservation: How Augmented Reality is Advancing Conservation 
    Thursday, March 18
    6pm - 7:30pm
    Zoom webinar

    Building Bridges between Technology, Business, and Conservation: How Augmented Reality is Advancing Conservation Solutions in Hawai'i

    Immersive Conservation Mural Pitch Competition
    Friday, April 9
    2pm - 4pm
    Zoom webinar
    Interdisciplinary teams of W&M students will pitch ideas for a mural and a corresponding Augmented Reality experience designed to engage the Williamsburg community in meaningful conservation action. Winning teams will implement the mural in fall 2021.
    Earth Week 2021
    Monday, April 19 - Friday, April 23
    Location not specified

    Earth Week is held annually the week of April 22, Earth Day!

    Understanding our Interconnectedness: A Discussion with Céline Cousteau 
    Tuesday, April 20
    3pm - 4:30pm
    Zoom webinar

    W&M Sustainability Symposium Keynote Series 

    Understanding our Interconnectedness: A Discussion with Céline Cousteau on Why Protecting the Rights of the Indigenous Communities of the Vale do Javari in Brazil is Essential to Our Survival