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Feeling stressed, overwhelmed, or disconnected?
Using art materials we will explore feelings and work on relaxation.
TiPS Training and Event Management Training are required trainings in order to host an event with alcohol on campus.
Join us in Guatemala in May 2018! A two week, 3 credit course that will help students systematically explore how development theory has shaped development practice through embedding with a local rural community in the Sikabe region of Guatemala.
Shanhe Yi, Computer Science - Dissertation proposal
Title: Enhancing Usability, Security, and Performance in Mobile Computing
Advisor: Qun Li
Information session for Philosophy students planning to write an Honors thesis.
A workshop for graduate students in the sciences.
Please join us for the next Andrews Gallery Exhibition, "Sojourn", the work of Visiting Professor of Ceramics, Mike Stumbras.
Student Affairs, the Office of Diversity & Inclusion, and the Student Assembly invite students, faculty, and staff to participate in a forum discussion on the intersection between First Amendment rights and protests on public university campuses.
Three notable scholars discuss Europe's constitutional crossroads in a program co-sponsored by the Center for Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding and the European University Institute. Free admission & everyone is welcome to attend.
MACE is a six-week program, meeting for an hour a week, offered every semester to freshmen and sophomores, typically beginning after add/drop. It is most beneficial to students looking for assistance determining or confirming career options.
Since WWII, the U.S. has relied on training and equipping foreign militaries to stabilize fragile states. Dr. Mara Karlin, a scholar-policymaker, examines when, why, and under what circumstances the United States can be more successful in doing so.
Brave Enough to be First serves to honor the legacy of the three women who were the first African Americans in residence at William & Mary, to shed light on just how far we have come, and to inspire continued diversity and inclusion.
A series of six panels throughout the academic year where seniors can share their experiences, lessons learned, and advice on various career topics with freshmen and sophomores.