2024 Thomas Jefferson Awards, Monroe Prize & 2024 Plumeri Awards Announcement Ceremony
Monday, February 5
4pm - 5:30pm
Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Brinkley Commons

Please join the President and Provost for a ceremony & reception celebrating the recipients of the 2024 Thomas Jefferson Awards,

James Monroe Prize, and announcement of the 2024 Plumeri Awards for Faculty Excellence.

Gates: American Grand Strategy
Thursday, February 8
3pm - 4pm
Ewell Hall, Room 107

Join Chancellor Robert Gates in an exciting moderated discussion on United States' responses to China and Russia's challenges to the Liberal International Order!

RSVP HERE: https://forms.gle/Ed3uxjuetyhntCkP6

NEW Leadership Virginia Virtual Information Session
Thursday, February 8
Location not specified

NEW Leadership Virginia is a non-partisan six-day residential program for women interested in American policy and politics. 

The Climate Generation: Born into Crisis, Building Solutions
Monday, February 12
4pm - 5pm
Blow Memorial Hall, Grimsley Board Room (Room 201)

Join the Charles CenterReves Center for International Studies, and the Pulitzer Center in welcoming journalists Stephanie Hanes and Sara Miller Llana, as their reporting for  "The Climate Generation: Born into Crisis, Building Solutions."

The Settler Movement and the War on Gaza: Political Impasses and Beyond 
Thursday, February 15
4:30pm - 6pm
Integrated Science Center (ISC), Room 1127

Professor Hagar Kotef, SOAS University of London, will speak on the settlers' movement influence on the past, present, and perhaps future political possibilities in Palestine & Israel.  

    How Should the United States Respond to China's Rise?
    Thursday, February 15
    5pm - 7pm
    Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School)

    Over the past 20 years, scholarship and public commentary have increasingly focused on the challenges that China’s rise could pose to U.S. national interests. But how, precisely, does China’s rise threaten those interests, and how should the US respond?

    The Power of the Arts as a Diplomatic Tool 
    Monday, February 19
    Music Arts Center, Comey Recital Hall

    The Reves Center presents Carla Canales -- musician, performer, leader, advocate and entrepreneur -- to deliver the 2024 McSwain-Walker Lecture.

    Scholarly Perspectives: Spring 2024 Speaker Series on the Middle East - Lina Kassem
    Tuesday, February 20
    3:30pm - 4:50pm
    Tucker Hall, 127A

    Unraveling the Historical Landscape of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

      Alexander Hamilton Society and Dr. Daniel Runde: The American Imperative
      Tuesday, February 20
      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332

      If you missed our previous Gates event, don't worry! AHS has another event on Feb. 20, 5:00 PM (Blow Memorial Hall 332) with Dr. Dan Runde from CSIS. Join us for a discussion on America's imperative to create a new grand strategy based on soft power.

      20 Days In Mariupol (Mstyslav Chernov, 2023) Film screening
      Wednesday, February 21
      5pm - 8pm
      Washington Hall, Room 201

      This film is part of our student-run film series, and it will be introduced by Volodymyr Shalkivskyi, Ukrainian diplomat (ret.).

      VR Exhibition "War Up Close"
      Thursday, February 22
      11am - 3pm
      Swem Library, Front Lobby

      The exhibition presents 360-degree images and videos of the towns liberated from the Russian occupying forces and documents the devastation caused by Russian bombardment and occupation.

      Manufacturing Freedom by Elena Shih 
      Thursday, February 22
      3:30pm - 7pm
      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

      Yin Q's Flim Screening "Fly in Power" and book talk Manufacturing Freedom: Sex Work, Anti-Trafficking Rehab, and the Racial Wages of Rescue with Dr. Elena Shih.

      Global Scholars Program Info Session
      Monday, February 26
      Cohen Career Center, Cohen Career Center Presentation Room
      Panel Discussion: Health Starts at the Kitchen Table: Housing, Food & Water Policy 
      Thursday, February 29
      4pm - 6pm
      Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201

      Join us for a panel discussion on social determinants of health and the ways that public policies not directly related to healthcare, specifically food, housing, and water policy, can shape population health.