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Public Talk with Brent Colburn "Breaking Through: Mission Driven Messaging in the Information Age"
Tuesday, March 26
5pm - 6pm
Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

Brent Colburn '98 is the current VP for Communications and Public Affairs at Princeton University. 

He will be delivering a public talk entitled: "Breaking Through: Mission Driven Messaging in the Information Age". 

W&M-St Andrews Joint Degree Programme Symposium
Wednesday, March 27 - Friday, March 29
Blow Memorial Hall, Boardroom

MOBILITIES is a three-day symposium hosted by the St Andrews/William & Mary Joint Degree Programme. 

COLL 300 - Selena Fox
Wednesday, March 27
5pm - 6:30pm
Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
Talk: Regarding Anna May Wong: An "Oriental Flapper's" Transnational Stardom
Wednesday, March 27
5pm - 6:30pm
Washington Hall, Room 315
    APIA Lecture Series presents "Let's No One Get Hurt" Reading & Book Signing by Professor Jon Pineda
    Wednesday, March 27
    5:30pm - 7pm
    Swem Library, Ford Classroom

    Asian & Pacific Islander American Studies (APIA), the Department of English, and Swem Library are proud to present Professor Jon Pineda's new novel "Let's No One Get Hurt." Professor Pineda will read selections from the novel and signing books. 

    My Journey to Waging Justice: from Combatting HIV/AIDS to Healing the Planet
    Thursday, March 28
    Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

    Join us in the Reves Room to discuss Dr. Paul Zeitz's new book: Waging Justice -- A Doctor's Journey to Speak Truth and Be Bold.

    "American Islam and the FBI," a public lecture by Dr. Sylvester A. Johnson
    Thursday, March 28
    5pm - 6:30pm
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 331

    In this lecture, nationally recognized scholar Sylvester Johnson offers a fascinating portrait of the FBI as a key regulatory agent in American religious life by delving into the FBI’s historical engagement with American Muslims.

    The Gaza Fixer, a film by Mariam Shahin and George Azar. Followed by Q&A with Mariam Shahin. 
    Thursday, March 28
    5pm - 6:30pm
    Tyler Hall, 127a

    The Gaza Fixer is a documentary film about Raed Athamneh, war survivor and trusted news "fixer" to journalists in Gaza, capturing moments of suffering and endurance with remarkable intimacy. Filmmaker Miriam Shahin will be present for Q&A after.

      Borderless Dreams: Samantha Ramirez-Herrera
      Thursday, March 28
      Tucker Hall, 127A

      You are invited to Borderless Dreams: Samantha Ramirez-Herrera taking place during Dreamers Week on March 28th at 6:30pm in Tucker Hall 350. 

      Third Annual Global Innovation Challenge @ William & Mary (WMGIC III)
      Friday, March 29 - Saturday, March 30
      5pm - 4pm
      Tyler Hall

      WMGIC III is a case competition, which recruits teams of students from all majors to pitch proposals concerning relevant global challenges scheduled for 3/29 and 3/30. Register here:  Cash prizes of at least $850 will be awarded! 

      National Security Today through 2028: Women Leading the Next Decade
      Thursday, April 4
      8am - 12pm
      Sadler Center, Chesapeake A

      As part of our spring workshop series, please join us for 2nd Annual Whole of Government National Security Conference - National Security Today through 2028: Women Leading the Next Decade

      Meetup: Doug Mercado '85' - International Humanitarianism
      Thursday, April 4
      4pm - 5pm
      Cohen Career Center, Cohen Presentation Room

      Alumnus Doug Mercado shares his 28 years of leadership and management experience in international humanitarian assistance, refugee affairs and post-crisis recovery, and offers insights and advice to W&M students looking at this career path.

      What Sharia means for American Muslims & American Rule of Law: Kraemer Scholar-in-Residence Lecture
      Thursday, April 4
      Tucker Hall, 127A

      Professor Asifa Quraishi-Landes  is William & Mary's 2019 Kraemer Middle East Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence. 

      Kraemer Distinguished Middle East Scholar Asifa Quraishi-Landes: Islamic Family Law in U.S. Courts
      Friday, April 5
      12:50pm - 1:50pm
      Law School, Room 124

       Kraemer Distinguished Middle East Scholar  Asifa Quraishi-Landes will present a lecture "Islamic Family Law in U.S. Courts: How the Anti-Sharia Campaign is Wrong - and Right."  Admission is free and all are welcome.

      To See and to Tell a Revolution: On Going (and Not Going) to China in the Long Sixties
      Monday, April 8
      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

      A lecture with special guest Fabio Lanza, Professor, History and East Asian Studies, University of Arizona. Sponsored by the W&M Department of History, the Reves Center for International Studies, and the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Program.