- Feb104pm - 5pmIsland Arcs to iPhone Parts: A Materials Flow Perspective on Critical MineralsMcGlothlin-Street Hall, Room 219Dr. Graham Lederer, William & Mary '09 USGS Reston
- Feb1112:50pm - 1:55pmExtraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia Lunch TalkLaw School, Room 119Please join CLSS in welcoming William & Mary Law alumna, Fahimah Manjili, who will be giving a lunch talk on Thursday, February 11, at 1 PM in Room 119 about her post-graduate fellowship working for the Extraordinary Chambers of the Courts of Cambodia.
- Feb113pm - 4pmGo Government Series: Maximizing Your Summer OpportunitiesCohen Career Center, Presentation Room A&BGo Government Webinar Series hosted by the Career Center covering topics such as summer internships, security clearances and the federal application process!
- Feb117pm - 7:30pm2016 W&M Honors Colloquium: Myles Sullivan, Dept. of AnthropologyBlow Memorial Hall, Room 201Myles Sullivan, an Honors Student in the Department of Anthropology will be presenting "Spiritual Landscapes of Barbados"
- Feb117pm - 9pmOpen Mic Night hosted by African Cultural SocietySadler Center, Lodge 1Thursday is our annual Open Mic Night! All performers are welcome. The audience is encouraged to bring money, in order to bid on the best performer and the winner will receive a percentage of the money bid on them! LODGE 1, February 11 @ 7PM!Show More...
- Feb1212pm - 1:30pmHistory Department Brown Bag SeriesJames Blair Hall, History Department LibraryPlease join us for Professor Cindy Hahamovitch's practice conference presentation, "The Protector of Immigrants: The British Empire, the Coolie Trade, and the Failure of the World's Biggest Anti-Trafficking Effort"
- Feb125pm - 6pmACS presents Africa Awareness Week: Cape Verde Food & Culture DayPleasants Hall (Randolph Complex)ACS & guests will cook and serve a traditional Cabo Verdean dish as well as listen to a presentation on the country and listen to their traditional music! Africana House, Pleasants Hall Second Floor.
- Feb126pm - 8pm2016 Lunar New Year ShowSadler Center, Commonwealth AuditoriumThe Chinese Student Organization, Japanese Culture Association, and Korean American Student Association will host the annual Lunar New Year performance on Friday, February 12th!. Join us for a night of cultural dances, friends, laughs, and lots of food!
- Feb1512pm-Feb168pmGlobal ChefSadler CenterChef Jin HuiXing will prepare classic dishes from China. Chef Roel Houben will prepare classic dishes from Netherlands. Help us make them feel welcome!
- Feb155pm-Feb168pmGlobal ChefCommons Dining HallChef Jin HuiXing will prepare classic dishes from China. Chef Roel Houben will prepare classic dishes from Netherlands. Help us make them feel welcome!
- Feb165:30pmBlack History Month: Talk with author Kristen GreenSwem Library, Ford Classroom, Ground FloorJoin us at Swem Library on Tuesday, February 16 for a talk with Kristen Green, journalist and author of the New York Times Best Seller "Something Must Be Done About Prince Edward County."
- Feb172pm - 3:20pmGuest Presentation on Jews, Christians and Muslims in Medieval SpainTucker Hall, Tucker TheatreProf. Alex Novikoff of Fordham University will give a guest presentation on Jews, Christians and Muslims in Medieval Spain in the Introduction to Medieval & Renaissance Studies course.
- Feb1812pm - 1pmHelping International Students Succeed at W&MSwem Library, Research RoomWho are W&M's international students? Faculty presentation featuring representatives from the Reves Center
- Feb184pm - 5:30pmLecture by Michael SamanWashington Hall, Room 315Michael Saman will deliver a talk "On Faust and The Souls of Black Folk: Goethe, W. E. B. Du Bois, and the Ethics of Progress" Thursday, Fdeb 18th at 4pm in WASH 315.
- Feb193:30pmFulbright Friday: The Research MentorBlow Memorial Hall, Blow 201At the first Fulbright Friday of the spring semester, you'll learn how to improve your application for an academic grant by working closely with a research mentor. Professor Francie Cate-Arries will be the guest presenter.Show More...
- Feb196pm - 8pmLantern FestivalPreston Hall (Randolph Complex), Chinese HouseCelebrate the traditional Lantern Festival at the end of the two-week-long Chinese New Year in Chinese House! Come make and eat delicious dessert dumplings known as tangyuan, and test your intellect with fun Chinese riddles!
- Feb211pm - 2pmFilm and Community: W&M Wind Ensemble Cinema Montage ConcertKimball TheatreThe W&M Wind Ensemble will provide live accompaniment for cinema montages created by students in Film & Media Studies as part of the W&M Global Film Festival. Admission: $2 at the door
- Feb256pmSystematic Suppression: A Panel Discussion on Mass Incarceration and Voter DisenfranchisementSadler Center, Tidewater RoomCome join BLSA's Annual Symposium on Thursday, February 25th at 6pm in the Sadler Center as we explore various forms of systematic suppression. A panel discussion will be held on Mass Incarceration and Voter Disenfranchisement. All are welcome!
- Mar165pm - 6:30pmPeace Corps Information SessionCohen Career Center, Presentation Room A&BMake your application stand out from the rest before the April 1 deadline! Attend this workshop to learn how to match your skills to program openings, tailor your resume for program qualifications and strengthen your application.
- Mar173:30pm - 5pmLecture by Loubna El AmineReves Center for International Studies, Reves Room
- Mar184:30pm - 6pmChina Night: Southwest China: Chengdu and ChongqingRowe HouseCome to Confucius Institute on Friday, March 18th from 4:30 to 6 PM for a special China Night! Listen to WMCI Professor Qiong Yang and intern Gillie Cuda speak about Chengdu and Chongqing, two up-and-coming cities in Southwest China. Free Pizza provided!
- Mar313:30pm - 5pmChinese Language CompetitionTucker Hall, Room 127
- Apr101pm - 5pmWorld Taiji and Qigong DaySadler CenterEvery April, millions of people around the world gather to celebrate World Taiji and Qigong Day. Celebrate with WMCI this year!
- Apr114pm - 5:30pmWhat Love Has Got to Do with Politics: Passion and Love in Chinese FilmBlow Memorial Hall, Room 201Stanford Professor Ban Wang comes to campus to host this lecture about cultural views of romance in China.All events in April 2016
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