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First day of classes
Wednesday, January 27
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First day of classes

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    A Dialogue on Race with Barbara Hamm Lee
    Wednesday, January 27
    7pm
    Virtual

    Barbara Hamm Lee is familiar to Hampton Roads listeners as host and executive producer of WHRO’s Another View. She will moderate an open discussion about race and racism, its history in our region and its current effects.

    After Hours - RecFish: Engaging Recreational Anglers as Community Scientists 
    Thursday, January 28
    7pm - 8pm
    Online via Zoom

    Scientists Lisa Kellogg and Eric Hilton discuss the development of the RecFish app, winner of VIMS Innovation Fund awards in 2018 and 2019. RecFish will aid in fisheries management by providing fish population data gathered by anglers.

    W&M Sustainability Campus Scavenger Hunt
    Friday, January 29 - Sunday, January 31
    Across Campus

    Learn about our community through sustainability efforts. With your orientation group, hallmates, and maybe an OA/RA to join the fun, tackle this scavenger hunt tour that will lead to some amazing sustainable resources across campus.

      How to Talk to Your Kids About Race
      Thursday, February 4
      7pm
      Virtual

      Learn conversation starters and strategies to help families have meaningful conversations about race with Professor Natoya Haskins, W&M's School of Education. 

      CBNERR Discovery Lab - Poop in the Ocean
      Tuesday, February 16
      6pm - 7:30pm
      Online via Zoom

      Believe it or not, poop plays an important role in the ocean! Without oceanic poop, there would be up to 50% more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere! VIMS graduate student Kristen Sharpe will discuss her research on zooplankton poop.

      Sustaina-bite: Pandemics & Sustainability
      Thursday, February 18
      12pm - 1pm
      Online via Zoom

      How are pandemics like COVID linked to conservation, equity, and governance?

      Justice Along Borders: Social Justice and Its Intersections with Law, Immigration, and Human Rights
      Friday, February 26 - Saturday, February 27
      12pm - 3:30pm
      Law School

      The William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice presents its annual symposium -- Justice Along Borders: Social Justice and Its Intersection Between Law, Immigration, and Human Rights. 

      Sustaina-bite: Art and Indigenous Peoples & Sustainability
      Monday, March 15
      12pm - 1pm
      Online via Zoom

      How is the art of Indigenous peoples linked to climate change, culture, and empowerment? How can art influence your area of expertise?

      Application Deadline:  Fellowships for Unpaid/Low-Paid Summer Policy Internships
      Thursday, April 15
      All day
      Tyler Hall, Room 421

      W&M's Public Policy Program and the Schroeder Center for Health Policy provide financial support for selected Public Policy majors who are considering unpaid or low paid policy internships. 

        Dance of the Orcas
        Thursday, April 29 - Sunday, May 2
        Virtual

        In this stirring choreoritual of word, song and movement, Tahlequah, assisted by ancestral forces, journeys into a dark emotional abyss and learns the freedom which comes from letting go. A co-production with Christopher Newport University.