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William & Mary's Monumental Moment
Tuesday, September 25
5pm - 6:30pm
Sadler Center, Chesapeake C

Join the Lemon Project for a dialogue with students, faculty, and the community, led by Jody Allen and Jerry Watkins III, about the political and emotional natures of campus memorials, and about what, how, and why we memorialize. Food will be provided.

APIA Open House
Wednesday, September 26
5pm - 6:30pm
Morton Hall, Room 314

Come and meet the faculty and current students of APIA Studies. Learn about our courses. Explore our minor. Design your own interdisciplinary studies major in Asian American Studies.

Patrick Hayes Writers Series Welcomes Lorrie Moore
Wednesday, September 26
7pm
Tucker Hall

Lorrie Moore is a noted writer of novels, short stories, children’s books and essays. She was elected to the American Academy of Arts & Letters in 2006. Her latest book, an anthology of essays, is entitled See What Can Be Done (Knopf, 2018). 

    #SameHere Sit-Down produced by The Global Mental Health Alliance: We’re All A Little “Crazy.”
    Wednesday, September 26
    8pm - 10pm
    Kaplan Arena (formerly William & Mary Hall), Arena

    W&M is one of 15 universities to host a #SameHere Sit-Down, produced by The Global Mental Health Alliance: We’re All A Little “Crazy.” Featuring candid conversations with an Olympic gold medalist,  a recording artist and an ESPN Reporter. 

      Family Weekend Concert
      Friday, September 28
      8pm
      Martha Wren Briggs Amphitheatre at Lake Matoaka

      FREE ADMISSION

      Featuring works by Jennifer Higdon and Peter Mennin


      2018 Study Abroad Fair
      Saturday, September 29
      12pm - 3pm
      Trinkle Hall

      Join us for the Study Abroad Fair, sponsored by the Global Education Office of the Reves Center for International Studies. 

      Television Writer and Author Nell Scovell at Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies Luncheon 
      Wednesday, October 3
      12pm - 1pm
      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

      Nell Scovell is a television and magazine writer, and producer. She is the creator of the television series Sabrina the Teenage Witch, which aired from 1996 until 2003. As a television writer, Scovell wrote for David Letterman and The Simpsons.

      Patrick Hayes Writers Series Welcomes Professor Elizabeth Spires
      Thursday, October 11
      5pm
      Tucker Hall

      Elizabeth Spires, Co-Director of the Kratz Center for Creative Writing and Professor of English, holds Goucher’s Chair for Distinguished Achievement. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, American Poetry Review and other magazines and anthologies. 

        Professor Jean Comaroff, Harvard University
        Thursday, October 11
        5pm - 7pm
        Washington Hall, Room 201

        Jean Comaroff is the Alfred North Whitehead Professor of African and African American Studies, Department of Anthropology at Harvard University. Her talk is titled, "Personhood, Performance, and The Law:  The Return of Khulekani Khumalo, Zombie Captive."

        Geoscience Symposium featuring talks by W&M Geology Alumnae
        Thursday, October 18
        3:30pm - 5:50pm
        ISC1 (Integrated Science Center), Room 1221

        The year 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of women attending William & Mary, and a number of events are planned to celebrate this milestone. The geology department is proud of the contributions made by our alumnae and invite you to celebrate with us.

        Lee Lecture by Adrienne Mayor, Stanford University
        Thursday, October 18
        4:30pm - 6pm
        Andrews Hall, Room 101

        Adrienne Mayor is an independent folklorist/historian of science who investigates natural knowledge contained in pre-scientific myths and oral traditions. She will deliver the Lee Lecture, titled, "The Amazons: Warrior Women in Myth, Art, and Archeology."

        Reception in the Geology Department following Geoscience Symposium featuring W&M Geology Alumnae
        Thursday, October 18
        6pm - 7:30pm
        McGlothlin-Street Hall

        The year 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of women attending William & Mary, and a number of events are planned to celebrate this milestone. The geology department is proud of the contributions made by our alumnae and invite you to celebrate with us.

        Lecture by Professor Deborah Denenholz Morse
        Friday, October 19
        2pm - 4pm
        Tucker Hall

        Deborah Denenholz Morse is the Sara E. Nance Professor of English. She specializes in Victorian studies, English novel, the animal in Victorian literature, feminist studies. 

        Homecoming Concert
        Friday, October 19
        8pm
        Commonwealth Auditorium

        All Wind Ensemble alumni are encouraged to perform!

        Here's the Tea: Tips for First-Year Success 
        Monday, October 22
        12pm - 1:30pm
        Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

        The Lemon Project will host a dialogue with experienced William & Mary students, who will provide advice and tips on how to excel in your college life.   

        Mary Silber, Professor of Statistics, The University of Chicago on Mentoring Women
        Thursday, October 25
        5pm
        Jones Hall

        Professor Silber is an applied mathematician who currently contributes to the Computational and Applied Mathematics Initiative (CAMI) at the University of Chicago.