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INHABITANTS follows five Native American Tribes across deserts, coastlines, forests, and prairies as they restore their traditional land management practices.
The Village Initiative's Local Black Histories Project and its W&M partners, invite you to an unveiling exhibition illuminating the residents who were displaced by the U.S. government for the construction of the Naval Weapons Station in Yorktown.
The Charles Center and the Reves Center for International Studies present photojournalist and Pulitzer grantee Sophie Neiman for a talk about her reporting on protests in Uganda's oil region.
Let's talk about our understanding and experience of speech on campus. Join in dialogue with six other participants from across Williamsburg and W&M. Leave with new perspectives and an Extraordinary Cupcake.
The Environment and Sustainability Program invites you to the first lecture of our annual spring series. Dr. Kristina Lyons from the University of Pennsylvania will give a lecture titled “Vital Decomposition: Soil Practitioners and Life Politics."
Join ELPR for this year's symposium, International Environmentalism: A Global Approach to Global Challenges. Tune in as presenters and panelists talk about the many environmental issues that the global community faces and how it stands to resolve them.
Shine some light on the winter blues with the Grounds and Gardens Crew and W&M Counseling Center staff members.
Let's talk about talking to strangers and the norms that often keep us from engaging. Join in dialogue with six other participants from across Williamsburg and W&M. Leave with new perspectives and an Extraordinary Cupcake.
This webinar features riparian and fisheries experts representing several U.S. tribes discussing how Traditional Ecological Knowledge can be in incorporated into riparian conservation and hydropower decision making.
The CGA Speaker Series continues with a talk from Jessica Wyatt! Jessica is a GIS Analyst with the City of Newport News. Join us to learn about how Jessica uses GIS technologies in her work with the local government!
In this session, we’ll talk about what can you do to navigate your career in today’s changing economy — from “quiet quitting” to how companies competing for talent.
Terry B. McDougall ’86 will lead you through a series of exercises that will help you gain clarity on your values, strengths and skills.