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Learn about solar energy and how Solar United Neighbors' nonprofit co-op model simplifies the process of going solar on your home or small business from the comfort of your own home.
During this conversation, panelists will discuss the university's Division I identity and address topics related to the academic, personal and competitive success of our student-athletes and teams.
Horror spoken word performance by Inside Out Theatre, a program under the CSD.
A series of satirical presentations explaining spooky phenomena. You'll laugh until your sides are sore - and learn some physics along the way!
Come hear The Gentlemen of the College & The W&M Accidentals at our Halloween Wren 10! The Accidentals will be performing at 9pm and the Gents will be on at 10pm.
W&M and UVA are hosting a coordinated virtual event on October 29 at 11 AM.
Join Colette Loll, the Founder and Director of Art Fraud Insights, as she details the stories behind her groundbreaking exhibition.
Learn more about William & Mary’s Highland, the home of a president’s family and generations of enslaved individuals. The site is undergoing a necessary re-interpretation with vital input from its Descendant Advisory Council.
Jay Jones, Norfolk Delegate and Fall 2020 Baxter-Ward Fellow in Government, will present a virtual public lecture, "Inside Virginia`s Voter Rights Revolution: How the General Assembly Increased Access to the Ballot."
CLA, HR, and STLI are working together to offer an interactive working session for faculty on how to hold candid and respectful political conversations in the classroom (virtual, blended, and in-person).
The Institute for Integrative Conservation is hosting a student brownbag discussion with Dr. Melissa Checker focused on environmental gentrification and the hidden socioeconomic consequences of sustainable policies.
Join us for a special discussion with Elizabeth Mead who curated the exhibition Looking out, at, in and back again.
In this seminar Dennis Hallema will discuss how to properly train a classifier for the purpose of predicting potential fire control locations, and show what a prediction map looks like.
Prof. Sharona Gordon, Physiology & Biophysics University of Washington, Title of talk: If I’m not safe, nobody is: science, power, and activism in the age of #MeToo
Join Shené V. Owens, Associate Director for the Center for Student Diversity in a discussion about identity and belonging.