- Mar304pmRussian House Movie NightPleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), 3rd floorScreening of a hilarious Russian comedy.
- Mar304pmRussian Tea Advanced Conversation PracticePleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), Pleasants Hall, 3rd floor
- Apr111am-Apr35pmBike To Uganda 2015Crim Dell MeadowJoin the three-day stationary bike-a-thon to raise money for primary education in East Africa. Participants pay $5 to bike for 30 minutes or $12 to include a shirt.
- 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.
- Apr14pm - 5pmMarketing your undergraduate research to employersCohen Career Center, Main Conference RoomHow do you explain your undergraduate research in an interview, cover letter, or resume? Come listen to a presentation given by the Career Center explaining how to best market your research experience to future employers.Show More...
- Apr15pmRussian Tea Intermediate Conversation PracticePleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), lounge, 3rd floor
- Apr15pm - 6pmTime and the RomanAndrews Hall, Room 101The J. Ward Jones lecture, by Prof. Denis Feeney of Princeton University
- Apr25:30pm - 7pmCareers in Public Health PanelCohen Career Center
- Apr26pm - 8pmStudent Veterans of William & Mary MeetingOff-Campus, The Green Leafe Cafe. 765 Scotland St, Williamsburg, VA 23185Are you in or have you ever been in the military? If so, please join the Student Veterans of William & Mary! We'll be meeting this Thursday 4/2 at 6:00 pm at the Green Leafe for drinks and fellowship. We hope to see you there!
- 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.
- Apr312pm - 1pmAfricana First Friday with Professor Patricia LottMorton Hall, Room 314Please join Africana Studies' First Friday Lecture with Professor Patricia Lott. Her lecture is entitled, The Crime of Emancipation?: Black Freedom as Transgression in the Antebellum U.S. North.
- Apr38pm - 9pmJ-House Culture Night "WAGASHI"Preston Hall (Randolph Complex), Japanese House kitchenThis event is limited to about 15 people, so please sign up to participate. You can sign up either on Google Docs or the sigh-up sheet in J-House.
- Apr48pmJ-House Movie Night "The Floating Castle"Preston Hall (Randolph Complex), Japanese House LoungeWe will watch the movie "The Floating Castle" A student will give a presentation on "The Age of Civil Wars", "Shogun", and "Toyotomi Family", etc You don't need to sign-up for Movie Night. You can enter or exit anytime during the show.
- 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.Show More...
- Apr85pmRussian Tea Intermediate Conversation PracticePleasants Hall (Randolph Complex), lounge, 3rd floor
- Apr94pm - 6pmChinese Poetry ReadingWashington Hall, Room 317Listen to students recite Chinese poetry!
- 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:
- Apr104pm - 5pmFulbright Scholarship PanelBlow Memorial Hall, Room 201Come join the PSAs for the second of 2015's Fulbright Fridays! Come hear from those who've been through the application process before as they share their advice and experience on what to do and expect in the Fulbright process. RSVP at the link below.
- Apr107:30pm - 9pmEwell Concert Series: Yin Zheng, pianistEwell Hall, Recital HallPerformance of classical piano music by Yin Zheng, pianist. Free admission.
- 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
- Apr15All dayScholarship Deadline: Fall 2015 Robert M. & Rebecca W. Gates ScholarshipThe Robert M. & Rebecca W. Gates Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship to be awarded to an outstanding student with a declared major in Global Studies, International Relations, or Africana Studies.All events in April 2015
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