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Study Abroad Financial Aid & Scholarship Information Session
Monday, January 30
Washington Hall, Room 201

Learn how to finance your study abroad experience.

"Inhabitants" Documentary Film Screening
Thursday, February 2
5pm - 7pm
Tucker 127A

INHABITANTS follows five Native American Tribes across deserts, coastlines, forests, and prairies as they restore their traditional land management practices. 

"They Don't Want Our Work to Continue" : Activists in Uganda's Contentious Oil Region
Monday, February 6
Reves Center for International Studies, Reves Room

The Charles Center and the Reves Center for International Studies present photojournalist and Pulitzer grantee Sophie Neiman for a talk about her reporting on protests in Uganda's oil region. 

Chinese Ribbon Dance of Empowerment
Monday, February 6
6pm - 8pm
Williamsburg Regional Library, 515 Scotland St

A public evening with Kerry Lee, the Co-Artistic Director of the Atlanta Chinese Dance Company, in coordination with the special exhibit “Chinese Dance: National Movements in a Revolutionary Age, 1945-1965,” on display at the Stryker Center.  

Gilman Scholarship Information Session
Tuesday, February 7

The Gilman Scholarship is specifically designed for Pell eligible students to study abroad. 

Anthropology Brown Bag: "The Ha Festival of Cross-Border Jing Communities in Southwest China"
Wednesday, February 8
12pm - 1pm
Washington Hall, Room 101

Chenyuan Ma is a PhD candidate at Minzu University of China and a visiting scholar at William & Mary. Her talk is about the ethnic minority religious festival known as the Ha Festival in Sino-Vietnamese cross-border Jing Communities in southwest China.

    Climate Washing, Corporate Accountability, and Human Rights
    Wednesday, February 8
    12:50pm - 1:50pm
    Law School, Room 119

    The International Law Society welcomes Professor Randall Abate (GW Law) to discuss “climate washing” litigation that seeks to hold private sector entities accountable for misleading the public about their compliance with climate change mandates or goals. 

    Charter Day Ceremony
    Friday, February 10
    Kaplan Arena

    Charter Day marks the 330th anniversary of the awarding of the Royal Charter from King William III and Queen Mary II of England establishing William & Mary. Tickets are not required to attend.

    Kadencia - Ewell Concert Series
    Friday, February 10
    Wiilliamsburg Regional Library

    Kadencia is a 13-piece orchestra that has quickly made an impact in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States through performances that deliver heavy-hitting original music. 

    A&S Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion 2023 Spring Speaker Series: Colum McCann
    Thursday, February 16
    7pm - 8pm
    Sadler Center, Commonwealth

    A&S Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion 2023 Spring Speaker Series featuring award-winning author and speaker, Colum McCann. Open to everyone in the W&M community. 

    Book Talk with Micheline Marcom
    Tuesday, February 21
    Williamsburg Regional Library

    William & Mary is once again working with the Williamsburg Regional Library for the One Book, One Community program. This year's selection is author Micheline Marcom's book, The New American.

      Wren Masters - Ewell Concert Series
      Friday, February 24
      Wren Building, Great Hall

      Based in Williamsburg, the Wren Masters specialize in historical performance of 17th and 18th century music played on harpsichord, recorder, baroque violin, and viola da gamba is sponsored by the Virginia Commission for the Arts.

      The 2023 Reves Micro-story Workshop
      Tuesday, February 28
      Reves Center for International Studies

      The 2023 workshop is for W&M students who have a story to tell about traveling internationally and who want to learn to tell their non-fiction story creatively and succinctly (~500 words).

      The Fanoos Family Band - Ewell Concert Series
      Friday, March 3
      Wiilliamsburg Regional Library

      The Fanoos Family Ensemble performs songs in the Afghan classical style, at the crossroads of Persian poetry, Hindustani rhythms, and Central Asian harmonies. 

      Liana Paniyeva - Ewell Concert Series
      Friday, March 24
      Ewell Hall, Recital Hall

      Ms. Paniyeva has been hailed by the New York Concert Review as "a wonderful pianist", and one with "tender regard for the music.

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      Exhibit: Chinese Dance: National Movements in a Revolutionary Age, 1945-1965
      Friday, January 13 - Friday, February 17
      Williamsburg Regional Library, Stryker Center 412 N. Boundary St

      The exhibit explores the history of Chinese dance through images and text co-curated by William & Mary professor Dr. Emily Wilcox and University of Michigan Chinese Studies Librarian Dr. Liangyu Fu.