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Applications to the Fall 2017 DC Semester Program are now open - "National Defense Politics and Budgeting" taught by Professor John Gilmour!
This workshop is designed for faculty who are teaching, or are interested in teaching, campus COLL 300 courses.
The Office of Community Engagement is hosting MLK Community Day on Tuesday, January 17 from 10-6pm. Participants will sign-up for one of four community themes and spend the day volunteering. Lunch and dinner are provided.
Add/drop begins 1/18/17 and ends 1/27/17
Join our panel with Ms. Lisa Grimes of the Charles Center, Mr. Sean Schofield of the Career Center, Mr. Randy Tripp of Admission, and senior WMSURE scholar Eboni Brown. This workshop will help you apply for summer grants. Please register here.
Join us for our annual event commemorating the life and impact of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This year, we are pleased to welcome attorney and political analyst, Angela Rye.
Come hear about all of the exciting things the Geology Department will be doing this semester!
Title: Modeling the effects of U-shaped density dependent dispersal via reaction diffusion equations
Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany and
Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics, Garching, Germany.
Title of Talk: Shrinking the proton - Laser spectroscopy for nuclear physics and fundamental constants
This heavily researched new book gives insight into some of the lesser-known First Ladies, using an item of their clothing to advance the tale.
Jane Leggiero, Early Music Ensemble Director will provide guidance and answer questions to anyone who is interested in joining the Early Music Ensemble !
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Jane Leggiero at [[jeleggiero]].
A W&M alum and former DEVELOP participant along with a NASA Center Lead will highlight student opportunities and the application process.
The Reves Center presents the 2017 George Tayloe Ross Address on International Peace by Sir Hilary Beckles, Vice Chancellor, University of the West Indies and Chairman of the Caribbean Community Commission on Reparation and Social Justice.
Love reading? Come check out Short Story Club: the book club for people without time for a book club! This week, we will be meeting in Blair 213 from 7 to 8 PM on Tuesday, January 24 to discuss How to Become a Writer by Lorrie Moore. There will be snacks!
The William Cross Ferguson and Harry L. Blair Scholarship in Publishing is an annual scholarship which is awarded to a graduating senior or recent graduate of William & Mary. Apply via Tribe Careers at: http://tinyurl.com/FergScholarship2017
Invited afternoon reception
Join our faculty panel with Dean Joel Schwartz and Professors Joseph Jones, Kara Thompson, and Wouter Deconinck. This workshop can help you figure out exactly what an honors project entails and how to make your project successful. Please register here.
Artist, Brittany Nelson, exhibits her work entitled "Monuments to the Conquerors of Space"
Reception will take place February, 9, from 4 - 6pm in hall outside of the Andrews Gallery.
Open to the public, please come!
Major Gregory Tomlin '01 was an Assistant Professor of History at the United States Military Academy at West Point. He has served in Germany, Korea, Kosovo, and Iraq, as well as at the White House as a military social aide for the Obama administration.
Join us as we kick off the spring semester and the Homebrew season with some amazing performances by talented W&M student musicians!
The performers will be announced closer to the date. Stay tuned.
Learn about the new summer program in Dublin offered by the Raymond A. Mason School of Business. The program will give students an opportunity to gain a business minor (global) outside of the regular undergraduate business admissions process.
Title: Computational Topology with applications in natural science
Hans Christian von Baeyer Chancellor Professor of Physics, emeritus William & Mary , Title of Talk: THE FRIENDLY QUANTUM: A new interpretation of quantum mechanics helps to restore common sense to fundamental physics.
If you sing or play an instrument, audition for Homebrew! Groups and individuals are welcome to audition. Auditions will be held in Lodge 1 from 10am-4pm on Sunday, Jan 29th and 4pm-10pm on Monday, Jan 30th. The sign-up sheet is on the FB event page.
Start the semester with some fun & help your W&M community! Join us for a special event to create a healing space for survivors. Activities include making poetry, a writing workshop, painting/crafts, making homemade therapy toys, and a nature walk!
Come join the Haven in creating tools for soothing and healing in support of survivors. Visit the Haven to see the updates on its remodel and create glitter globes, scented playdough, aromatherapeutic rice bags, air plant terrariums, and visual art!
Each semester students are required to update and validate their personal information with the College.
The Noyce Scholars program offers paid experiences for math and science students exploring teaching as a career option. Learn about opportunities and the application process.
Come and learn the basics of four of China?s art forms: calligraphy, paper cutting, Chinese knotting, and musical instruments. Gain hands-on experience where you can make your own artwork!
Please join us for a lecture by this Spring 2017's Distinguished Artist Lecturer, Thomas Demand, whose work achieves a disquieting balance between the convincingly real and the strangely artificial.
HEART meets every Tuesday from 7 to 8 pm. If interested in the issue of human trafficking and potentially being a member of HEART, come on out to any meeting!