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A call for papers has been issued for the Fall 2020 Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. Papers are due by Sept. 1, 2020.
Hongyuan Liu, Computer Science - Dissertation Proposal [Zoom]
Title: Techniques for Accelerating Large-scale Automata Processing
Advisor: Adwait Jog
Diskussion zum Film "Toni Erdmann" (Dir. Maren Ade, 2016)
Prof. Shiwei Zhang, William & Mary and Flatiron Institute, Title of talk: Towards the solution of the many-electron problem: properties of the hydrogen chain
Labor Day (classes meet, offices closed)
Join the Christian Legal Society in welcoming Mark Matney, W&M Adjunct Faculty and Hampton Roads Defense Lawyer. He will be sharing with us about the way his legal career has intertwined with his spiritual journey with the Lord.
Virtual Auditions for "Hands Up" will be held on Zoom on Tuesday, September 8.
Hear from Paula Reid, White House Correspondent for CBS News, moderated by Drew Stelljes, Asst. VP for Student Engagement & Leadership!
Virtual talk: "Behavior and Policy During a Pandemic: HIV as an Historical Analogy" by Nick Papageorge, Ph.D., Broadus Mitchell Associate Professor, Economics, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Johns Hopkins University
So often in our organizations and communities, we fall into a cycle of reaction. What if instead we could shift our energies upstream -- uncovering and addressing the source of those problems?
The Student Intellectual Property Society (SIPS) will host W&M Law alum Christos Badavas for a virtual lunchtime talk about his practice as an IP attorney in the music industry.
To kick off its Speaker Series, the Center for Racial & Social Justice welcomes W&M epidemiologist and public health expert Dr. Iyabo Obasanjo to discuss the health disparities experienced by Black and Brown people in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
This semester we feature five lectures by AMES fabulous faculty, each of whom volunteered to offer a view into their current projects or recently published research.
The Institute of Bill of Rights Law marks the commencement of the new term of the United States Supreme Court each fall with its Supreme Court Preview Conference. Our 2020 Preview will be online via Zoom.
Former U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith will read from her work, talk poetry & the writing life with Jon Pineda, and take questions from the audience.
The Virginia Coastal Policy Center will partner with The Riley Center for Livable Communities to host a discussion on strategies and tools local governments can use to finance resilience projects.
In this 90 minute workshop, we will explore some of STLI's favorite tools for creating digital storytelling projects.
Join us on 9/16 at 4PM for a virtual seminar presented by Dr. Frances Rivera-Hernandez from Georgia Tech titled "From Grains to Landscapes: Reconstructing Martian Environments at Multiple Scales" | Click the event title to contact Brent Owens to attend!
THE STORY: A searing, poetic riff on race in America, fusing prose, poetry, movement, music, and the visual image. As Rankine writes, “This is how you are a citizen.”
The Diversity & Inclusion Committee of the Mason School of Business will host a presentation on how people around the world view diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Join the William & Mary Washington Center for a panel discussion on the 2020 election.
Join us for an on-line symposium titled "No Transition, No Justice: How the Absence of Transitional Justice Following the Civil War Has Led to Ongoing Racial Injustice in the United States."
"Living Together / Living Apart" is a long term research project that focuses on the human experience and toll of persistent racial segregation in Hampton Roads.
Srimoyee Sen (Iowa State), Title of Talk: Particle vortex statistics and the phases of dense matter
Professor Allison Orr Larsen, director of the William &May Institute of Bill of Rights Law, will join Ms. Deirdre Jones of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and others for a special Constitution Day event.
Keynote Speaker: Ninotchka Rosca, award winning author and political prisoner of the Marcos dictatorship
Rinabeth Apostol, Actor and Activist
Dr. Joi Barrios, UC Berkeley
Ryan Macasero, Rappler
Leezel Tanglao, HuffPost
Francis Tanglao Aguas
Learn how to best maximize your winter break.
The Reves Center presents Haben Girma, first Deafblind graduate of Harvard Law School and activist for disability rights, who will deliver the 2020 McSwain-Walker Lecture: How Disability Drives Innovation: An Intersectional and Global Perspective.
The Charles Center, in collaboration with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, present Arionne Nettles, who will discuss her experience reporting as a journalist during a global pandemic. Nettles will focus on the impact of COVID-19 on museums.
Join us for a joint diversity panel series presented by the Cohen Career Center, Center for Student Diversity, and W&M Alumni Association.
Join The Lemon Project team, in conjunction with Williamsburg Regional Library, as we lead a discussion of “The African American Experience at William & Mary: A Historical Overview” from The Lemon Project Report of the First Eight Years, pages 38-57.
Dr. Johnson is currently the Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow for the Lemon Project at William & Mary
Bite-sized sustainability information while you take a bite out of lunch, open to faculty, staff and students!
We will talk about some important events happening in Italy right now, go over some of the biggest Italian news sources , and look at some key vocabulary words and search terms so you can best find the news you are most interested in!
Diskussion via Zoom im kleinen Kreis. Vortrag zur Einführung in den Film ist auf der Blackboard Seite zu finden, der Film selbst auf Kanopy. Interessenten, die keinen Zugang zur Bb Seite haben, melden sich bitte bei [jmgully]].
Virtual talk on “COVID-19's Effects on Virginia and the Role of Public Policy in Addressing These Effects” by Marvin Figueroa, Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Resources, Commonwealth of Virginia; Legislative Director, Governor Ralph Northam
Alma Mater Productions' Directors invite you all to join our special Family Weekend TikTok giveaway where one lucky winning family will leave with a brand-new Amazon Echo Show 5!
You are invited to join us virtually for Family Weekend 2020!
Hosted by the WM Security Law Center. Mr. Phillips heads the Syrian Justice and Accountability Centre's efforts in support of Universal Jurisdiction prosecutions of Syrian war crimes and data analysis and documentation teams.
Please join GSWS faculty for an informal conversation that allows us to celebrate and assess one of the most important figures of feminist legal action of the recent past. Our conversation will be moderated by Professor Claire McKinney (Government/GSWS).
Come see Emily Topness' Brown Bag titled "Superfund Sightseeing: A Remote Internship During COVID". Click on the event title, and look for the Contact Information link to email Nick Balascio for the zoom link to attend.
Greg De Temmerman, ITER Organization, Title of Talk: ITER: the technical and scientific challenges of controlling nuclear fusion
Come hear about summer and semester-long study abroad in a Francophone country!
Explore William & Mary's summer, semester, winter, and embedded study abroad program options!
WMCI is honored to host another virtual event on Zoom coming Saturday, September 26th!
Midterm grading period begins
Hear from four W&M alums as they discuss how to launch a career in health policy and establish yourself in the field.
ILS and SIPS will co-host LLM alum Matteo Capponi for a lunchtime talk moderated by Professors Heymann and Rajec.
This Brown Bag given by Buck Woodard and Megan Victor explores their recent project: Archaeological Research and Community Engagement at The Millie Woodson-Turner Nottoway Reservation Allotment and Farmstead.
Join The Public Discourse Initiative on September 30 during the lunch hour as we discuss the first presidential debate of 2020.
Diskussion des Fassbinder-Klassikers Die Ehe der Maria Braun. Fuer den Zoom Link kontaktiert bitte firstname.lastname@example.org.