The Women's Network provides a way for W&M women to support each other, help newcomers learn the ropes and the folkways of this special institution, socialize with each other, celebrate our successes and (occasionally) to advocate for each other when things get tough.
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Being able to express your views respectfully and candidly is a skill we can all develop. Whether you are a novice or fairly experienced in communication skills, the Crucial Conversations workshop will help you take your abilities to the next level.
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Schroeder Stribling will speak at N Street Village in Washington, DC. N Street Village empowers homeless and low-income women in Washington, D.C. to claim their highest quality of life by offering myriad services in an atmosphere of dignity and respect.
The Virginia Symphony Orchestra will perform a free concert at the Martha Wren Briggs Amphitheatre at Lake Matoaka.
Gates will open at 6:30 p.m., and the concert will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Parking is available at the garage located at 201 Ukrop Way.
Elizabeth Barnes, Professor of Philosophy, Corcoran Department of Philosophy, University of Virginia, teaches Metaphysics, Social Philosophy, Feminist Philosophy, and Ethics. She will speak at a Philosophy Colloquium in the Fall.
Tamura Lomax is an educator, writer, and co-founder/CEO of The Feminist Wire, an online publication committed to feminist, anti-racist, and anti-imperialist sociopolitical critique. She received her PhD in religion from Vanderbilt University.
To commemorate the milestone of 100 years of women at William & Mary, the university will host the first-ever W&M Women's Weekend. Join us as we celebrate William & Mary women in this extraordinary weekend of inspiration, empowerment, wellness and fun.
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Lydia E. Kavraki is the Noah Harding Professor of Computer Science, professor of Bioengineering, professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and professor of Mechanical Engineering at Rice University.
Dr. Jewett, is a NOAA scientist with diverse science and management experience in ocean acidification and coastal hypoxia (low oxygen) research programs, and the first director of NOAA’s Ocean Acidification Program.
Alison Keith will give the Classical Studies Department's J. Ward Jones Lecture. She received her BA from the University of Alberta and completed her MA and PhD in Classical Studies at the University of Michigan.
Jenny Offill's first novel Last Things was a finalist for the L.A Times First Book Award. Her second novel, Dept. of Speculation has been shortlisted for several prizes and awards, including the L.A. Times Fiction Award.
Christy Coleman is the CEO of the American Civil War Museum.
Valerie Taylor joined Argonne in 2017 as the director of the Mathematics and Computer Science Division. She will be a guest speaker during the Computer Science Distinguished Lecture Series.
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