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Haonan Wang, Computer Science - Oral Exam
Title: Design and Analysis of Memory Management Techniques for Next-generation GPUs
Advisor: Dr. Adwait Jog
A documentary on Phil Rosenthal's experiences during the making of "Voroniny," the Russian-language version of "Everybody Loves Raymond".
Welcome back to campus and welcome to the Economics Club!
Dr. Laura Waters, a Mineralogical Society of America Distinguished Lecturer from Sonoma State University, will be presenting a seminar on "Why Doesn't Continental Crust Evolve to its Fullest Potential?"
Deadline for A&S graduate students to apply for research grants (maximum of $350) from the Office of Graduate Studies and Research (OGSR) for research conducted between September 1 through December 31, 2019.
A&S Graduate students are encouraged to apply for support [maximum of $350] from the Office of Graduate Studies and Research (OGSR) that will allow them to collect data at museums or archives, conduct research, and travel to field work sites.
Jason Andrew Creeden, Physics - Final Oral Exam for the Ph.D., Title: Growth Engineering and Characterization of Vanadium Dioxide Thin Films for Ultraviolet Detection
Aaron Marshall (W&M 2014), a Ph.D student at Boise State University, will be presenting a seminar titled "Investigating Unusually Explosive Volcanism-- The Case of Llaima Volcano, Southern Chile."
Talk title: "The evolution of development and its role in radical body plan evolution"
Yan Solihin's Distinguished Lecture
The WRC is here to support you!
In free, one-on-one sessions, our trained peer consultants help you learn how to construct an argument, deliver a presentation, or use and cite sources.
In collaboration with The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, The Charles Center presents the first lecture of its speaker series, 'Monuments, Memory, and Migration'.
Learn how you can study at Oxford!
This lecture will address the complex history and recent developments of the Kashmir dispute in the midst of tense India and Pakistan relations as well as a very diverse Kashmiri people.
The W&M Washington Center is hosting our Fall Study in DC Day on campus! Look out for faculty, staff, and former students as we promote all the ways to Study in DC! The day will be filled with activities and of course free food!
The story begins in a hospital in Rome, Italy, where an elderly lady, originally an immigrant from Russia, is on her deathbed.
The Center for Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding and the Reves Center for International Studies will host a symposium titled "Rethinking Constitutions when Democracy Is under Siege: A Global Perspective" on Friday, September 13.
Dr. Jonathan Kay, a Visiting Assistant Professor in Geology and the Center for Geospatial Analysis, will be presenting a seminar titled "The 3 Km High Subjovian Megadome on Ganymede: Simulation of Stability via Pratt Isostasy."
Join the American Constitution Society for a discussion of progressive constitutional interpretation with renowned constitutional law scholar and Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky.
Mathematics Colloquium: Chi-Kwong Li (William & Mary, and Institute for Quantum Computing of Waterloo):
Title: Error correlation schemes for fully correlated quantum channels protecting both quantum and classical information
Georg Schwiete, University of Alabama, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy and Center for Materials for Information Technology (MINT), Title of Talk: Transport phenomena in two-dimensional electron systems
The 2019 Supreme Court Preview will feature judges and Supreme Court advocates who have collectively argued more than 300 cases before the Supreme Court, and leading Supreme Court reporters and columnists.
Joan Biskupic will present the university's Constitution Day lecture on September 16. The nation's annual Constitution Day and Citizenship Day observance commemorates the signing of the Constitution on September 17, 1787.
Prof. Nadia Abu El-Haj (Anthropology, Barnard College and Columbia University, Co-Director of the Center for Palestine Studies) talks explores the field of military psychiatry and public understandings of the trauma of American soldiers.
Dr. Kevin Moran, a postdoctoral fellow in Computer Science, will present an Emerging Scholars Series talk for the public. Presented through partnership between the A&S Graduate Center and the Williamsburg Regional Library.
David Brandenberger (Professor of History, University of Richmond) reveals for the first time the enormous role that Stalin played in the "Master Narrative" of the USSR between 1938 and 1956.
Come get practice in Spanish conversation at the advanced level!
Please join the Honor and Conduct Councils and the Dean of Students Office for Ethics Week Featured Speaker, Dr. Chris Nowinski. Dr. Nowinski is credited with bringing the concussion and CTE crisis to the forefront of global consciousness.
The Alexander Hamilton Society, John Quincy Adams Society, and Global Research Institute present the first annual AHS/JQAS debate. Guest speakers will debate the following: should America seek primacy or restraint? See description for speaker bios.
Dean Itsuji Saranillio , Associate Professor of Social & Cultural Analysis at New York University will give a talk titled: "The Fail-Forward Logic of Settler Colonialism: Statehood and Hawai’i"
Hongyang Zhao , Computer Science - Ph.D. Final Defense
Title: Motion Sensors-based Human Behavior Recognition and Analysis
Advisor: Gang Zhou
Colloquium Speaker: Pieter Peers from Computer Science at William & Mary
Talk Title: "Integrating vegetation spectroscopy into plant ecology"
Amlan Biswas, University of Florida, Title of Talk: Magnetoelectrism” in crystals: Controlling magnetic anisotropy with strain and electric fields
The Williamsburg AIA presents Dr. Laurie Rush, Cultural Resources Manager at Fort Drum, for a lecture on "Saving Archaeology in Crisis Areas."
Interested in archaeology? Join us for a poster session, information on career and fieldwork opportunities, and a screening of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Toby Heytens will discuss the way that states, mainly state attorney general's offices, have played a role in curbing the expanding executive power during the Obama and Trump administration.
Dr. Karen Fields and Dr. Barbara Fields, authors of Racecraft: The Soul of Inequality in American Life, to hold an insightful presentation and conversation on moving forward together. This program is apart of the 400th Anniversary Commemoration.
Information Session with MicroStrategy. Come learn about the opportunities available to you at Microstrategy!
Come learn about a variety of citation management software available to help you automatically cite as you write, organize, easily collaborate with classmates, and create bibliographies.
Interested in applying to law school? Natalie R. Blazer, Director of J.D. Admissions at Georgetown University Law Center, is hosting an information session for W&M Students!
Patrick Hayes Series Presents: HERNAN DIAZ is the author of Borges, between History and Eternity
Applying to law school? Assistant Dean of Admissions at Columbia Law School, Chelsea Hess, will meet with interested W&M students on Thursday, September 26 at 5pm in Tyler Hall Room 146.
This fair showcases graduate school programs to and allows prospective students to gain more information about their schools/programs. This fair is open to students of all majors and class years as well as alumni.
Dr. Michelle Stocker, an assistant professor of Geosciences at Virginia Tech, will be presenting a seminar on "Life after Death-- Evolutionary experimentation in the aftermath of the Permo-Triassic mass extinction."
Modules over finite dimensional algebras: Application to a conjecture in commutative algebra.
Colloquium: Analysis of Access Control Enforcement in Android
Dr. Carol Parish of the University of Richmond presents "Detecting Explosives and Killing Cancer Cells - What Computational Chemistry can tell us about Molecular Design."
The Italian House and the Italian Program are organizing our very first bocce ball tournament next week on Friday, Sept 27 at 4pm.
We will have refreshments and a prize for the winning team!
Everyone is invited!! Vi aspettiamo!
Talk Title: "Molecular Monitoring of Sturgeon in the Age of Genomics"
Experience the captivating sound of the Chinese Flute as performed by Jie Hou in Ewell Hall on September 27th, 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm!
Please join the German House and the German Studies program for our yearly celebration of Oktoberfest here on campus.