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Crash Course: Federal Resume
Tuesday, September 26
4pm - 4:30pm
Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room

Join the Office of Career Development & Professional Engagement for the Federal Resume crash course. In this workshop, students will learn how to write a federal resume when applying for opportunities on

    Open House at the Global Research Institute
    Wednesday, September 27
    4pm - 7pm
    Global Research Institute

    GRI's upcoming Open House will offer opportunities for introduction, continued engagement, and reconnection with the Institute! 

    Dr. Sharon Wilcox, "Borderland and Borderline: Endangered Wild Cats in the U.S.-Mexico Frontera"
    Thursday, September 28
    2:15pm - 3:45pm
    Washington Hall, Room 201

    In Borderland and Borderline, Dr. Sharon Wilcox presents how innovative ideas, shifting perspectives on the place of predators, cutting-edge technology, and new techniques in wildlife management hold promise for a new era for wild cats in the Southwest.

    Present Pasts:  Slave Wrecks Project in Seven Shipwrecks
    Thursday, September 28
    6pm - 7:30pm
    Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium

    Present Pasts: The World Forged by the Enslavement Trade and the Work of the Slave Wrecks Project in Seven Shipwrecks

    Steve Lubkemann, guest speaker

    September 28th, 2023; Commonwealth Auditorium 6:00-7:30pm

      Prof. Swamy (Vassar College) on "Beyond Feminizing French: When the French use « iel »"
      Friday, September 29
      4pm - 5pm
      Washington Hall, Room 201

      Prof. Swamy considers the French context and the import of imbricated relationships between language, gender and nation in creating and sustaining inclusive and expansive possibilities within Francophone linguistic, cultural and educational spaces.

      Carne Asada
      Saturday, September 30
      11:30am - 1pm
      Sadler Center, Sadler Center Rear Parking Lot

      Join the Center for Student Diversity, Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha, Inc., and PLUMAS on Saturday, Sept. 30 for a Carne Asada. Try cultural foods and commune with members of different multicultural organizations from around William & Mary. 

      Mental Health Mondays: Immigration & Acculturation Stress
      Monday, October 2
      12pm - 1pm
      Sadler Center, Center for Student Diversity Conference Room

      This month’s MHM will be concerning immigration and acculturation stress. William & Mary’s Counseling Center will lead us in a discussion about what it means to be an immigrant/the child or grandchild of immigrants, and how to handle those pressures.

      Dr. Jorge Muñoz, on Careers in International Sustainable Development
      Tuesday, October 3
      4pm - 5pm
      Cohen Career Center, Presentation Room

      Jorge Muñoz discusses the frontlines of global development, and the future of careers in the field.

      Optional Practical Training (OPT) Session
      Wednesday, October 4
      12pm - 1pm

      Are you an F-1 student who wants to work in the U.S. after graduation? You'll most likely need Optional Practical Training (OPT). Attend a virtual OPT session to learn more about this work authorization.

      AIA-Kershaw Lecture
      Thursday, October 5
      5pm - 6:30pm
      Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 220

      AIA-Kershaw lecture presents Dr. Kathryn Grossman

        Applied Research and Innovation Initiative Workshop
        Wednesday, October 18
        3pm - 4pm

        Join us for the second ARII workshop of the semester! Attendees will brainstorm and refine ideas for projects to be funded by ARII. Advice will be provided on how to apply for ARII and potential other funding sources. 

          International Storytelling: A Reves Homecoming Panel
          Wednesday, October 18
          5:30pm - 6:30pm
          Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

          Hear from three storytellers, who use different media and languages to create engaging and compelling stories.

          Lee Lecture    
          Thursday, October 19
          5pm - 6:30pm
          Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 220

          Lee Lecture presents Dr. Rebecca Benefiel

            Alumni Talk: The "Date Debate": Northeastern Scholars and China's New World War II Timeline
            Friday, October 20
            12pm - 1pm
            James Blair Hall, Room 229

            Emily Matson '12 (PhD UVA ‘20) talks about the politics of history writing on the War of Resistance against Japan (China's World War II). This talk examines a recent change in the official timeline of the war, moving the start from 1937 to 1931.

            Chancellors Hall Homecoming Brunch
            Saturday, October 21
            8am - 1pm
            Chancellors Hall (formerly Tyler Hall), Atrium

            The Departments and Programs of Chancellors Hall welcome Government, Economics, International Relations, and Pubic Policy alumni to our annual Homecoming Brunch!