[PAST EVENT] W&M Study in DC Day
LocationAll Over Campus
Access & Features
- Free food
Study in DC Day Events
Wednesday, September 12th:
8:00am-11:00am: Cup 'O Joe Biden, Sadler Terrace & Tyler Hall
- Stop by the Sadler Terrace or Tyler Hall for FREE coffee and donuts on your way to your morning class. No RSVP necessary, just drop by anytime!
10:00am-5:00pm: 1-on-1 Study in DC Advising, Tyler Hall 212
- Stop by to chat with a member of the W&M Washington Center staff about opportunities for you in DC! No RSVP necessary, just drop by anytime!
12:00pm-2:00pm: In Pizza, We Crust, Sadler Terrace & Tyler Hall
- Like us on social media and grab a FREE slice of pizza at the Sadler Terrace, Tyler Hall or from one of our roaming golf carts around campus. No RSVP necessary, just drop by anytime!
2:00pm-3:30pm: Washington, District of Culture, Sadler Center, Tidewater A
- In honor of the 100th anniversary of co-education at William & Mary, come by the Sadler Center to hear Professor Anne Rasmussen interview Liz Pochter '75, Administrator for Policy and Programs at the National Gallery of Art. Stick around to learn more about Professor Rasmussen's Spring 2018 Semester Program topic Washington and the Arts: Marketing the Global and the Local.
4:00pm-5:00pm: SnOvechkin-To-Go, Sadler Terrace
- Come out to the Sadler Terrace to celebrate the Stanley Cup-winning Washington Capitals with Sno-to-Go brought to you by the W&M Washington Center and the Center for Student Diversity.
5:30pm-6:45pm: Study in DC Information Session, Office of Undergraduate Admission
- Join the W&M Washington Center staff, professors, former students, and financial aid counselors for more Study in DC details. Find out everything you need to know about Study in DC opportunities - DC Summer Institutes, DC Summer Session, DC Semester Program, DC Winter Seminars, and DC Spring Break Seminars. All who attend will receive a free Georgetown Cupcake. No RSVP necessary!
7:00pm: Tack Faculty Lecture, Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
- Join Professor Anne Rasmussen as she discusses "Women Out-Loud! The Gendered Landscape of Islamic Performance" as part of William & Mary's Tack Lecture series. Please RSVP to attend.
[[roadle, Roxane Adler Hickey, Associate Director, W&M Washington Center]]