- Mar285pm - 6pmJ-House Culture Night "Hanafuda (Flower Cards)"Preston Hall (Randolph Complex), Japanese House LoungeThis event has no limit on people, but please send me an e-mail if you would like to join, so that I can prepare enough snacks.
- Mar304pmRussian Tea Advanced Conversation PracticePleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), Pleasants Hall, 3rd floor
- Apr15pmRussian Tea Intermediate Conversation PracticePleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), lounge, 3rd floor
- Apr212pmSolera Capital InternshipBlow Memorial Hall, Room 254Solera Capital, a New York City-based private equity firm, will host one W&M student intern in summer 2015. Applications are due to the Charles Center by noon on April 2.
- Apr25:30pm - 7pmCareers in Public Health PanelCohen Career CenterShow More...
- Apr64pmRussian Tea Advanced Conversation PracticePleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), Pleasants Hall, 3rd floor
- 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.
- Apr85pmRussian Tea Intermediate Conversation PracticePleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), lounge, 3rd floor
- Apr95pm - 6pmThe Origins of the War in UkraineTucker Hall, 127aLast lecture in a Speaker Series sponsored by the Russian and Post-Soviet Studies Program and the Gregory Tepper Lecture Fund.
- 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
- Mar18-Mar27ITPIR Soliciting Applications for Summer Research OpportunitiesITPIRITPIR anticipates employing roughly 120 student researchers this summer. We welcome applicants from all majors with a particular emphasis on government, international relations, public policy, global studies, modern languages, and computer science.
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