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Title: Approximating Star-Discrepancy with a Genetic Algorithm
Abstract: The star-discrepancy is a measure of uniformity commonly used in quasi-Monte Carlo methods.
Dr. Joshua Fishbein will present an overview of “Out of the Ashes”, his composition based on his family’s survival in Nazi-occupied Greece during the Holocaust.
Investigating Text Mining Techniques Within the Context of Politicized Social Media Data
Abstract: Social media data has recently been looked to as a source of public opinion for elections, public policies, and the economy.
Join us as we present year-end awards and as graduating majors in the Japanese Studies Program present their final research projects. We will celebrate their accomplishments as they set the capstone on their undergraduate careers. Cakes provided!
MUSICAL THEATRE WORKSHOP: NINE
Book by Arthur Kopit
Music and Lyrics by Maury Yeston
Tickets Free, Donations to the Department encouraged!
Last day of classes
Title of the Thesis: Modern Theory of Copositive Matrices
Abstract: Copositivity is a generalization of positive semidefiniteness. It has applications in theoretical economics, operations research, and statistics.
Title: Schur Class Power Series over the Quaternion
STUDIO ART SENIOR EXHIBITION
May 9-22, 2022
Reception May 13, 4-6pm
Enumerating Switching Isomorphism Classes of Signed Graphs
"The Minimum Number of Multiplicity 1 Eigenvalues Among Real Symmetric Matrices Whose Graph is a Tree"
Destress during finals week in the ecotherapy fun zone! Join us outside of Swem between 11 am and 1 pm on Thursday, May 12th to adopt a pet rock or pinecone, do some eco-art, and cloud watch. Snacks provided!
Studio Art Senior Exhibition Reception
Friday, May 13, 4-6pm
Join us for an interactive training with Dr. Angela Ward focused on your role in the creation of identity-safe classroom and office spaces.
The Virginia Beer Company will be our host as three VIMS graduate students give 5-minute fast-talks on the important research they are conducting. Drop in, interact with the students, and enter to win door prizes and discounts.
Grades are due at 9 a.m. on May 21, 2021 for all graduating students.
Commencement at William & Mary is a weekend-long series of events celebrating students who are graduating.
Class of 2022 Neuroscience Commencement Reception and Pin Ceremony for NSCI Graduates.
Registration form: bit.ly/2022WM
Note: The stoles are provided at no cost to graduates. The stoles will either be mailed to students or available for pickup on campus in May.
Point of Contact: Shené V. Owens, email@example.com
Register by: Thursday, March 31st. Registration form: bit.ly/2022WM Note: The stoles are provided at no cost to graduates. The stoles will either be mailed to students or available for pickup on campus in May.
Spring grades due at 9 a.m.
Joseph Jude Cuozzo, Final Oral Examination for the Ph.D. Degree, Title: "Electronic Transport in Topological Superconducting Heterostructures"
Summer Session I classes begin. Classes run through July 1.
Summer Session 3 classes begin. Classes run through August 5.