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Richard Freund will speak on "Holocaust Escape Tunnels" in a virtual lecture on ZOOM. WEDNESDAY, 4 NOVEMBER 2020 @7:00 PM
ZOOM LINK: HTTPS://CWM.ZOOM.US/J/96732686071
The Institute for Integrative Conservation is hosting a student brownbag discussion with Dr. Melissa Checker focused on environmental gentrification and the hidden socioeconomic consequences of sustainable policies.
Join us for a special discussion with Elizabeth Mead who curated the exhibition Looking out, at, in and back again.
Want to experience campus musical talent firsthand? Come to the final Homebrew of 2020, Heading Home-Brew!
In this seminar Dennis Hallema will discuss how to properly train a classifier for the purpose of predicting potential fire control locations, and show what a prediction map looks like.
Prof. Sharona Gordon, Physiology & Biophysics University of Washington, Title of talk: If I’m not safe, nobody is: science, power, and activism in the age of #MeToo
Join Shené V. Owens, Associate Director for the Center for Student Diversity in a discussion about identity and belonging.
This is our final Hayes event for fall. We're bringing Terrance Hayes, in conversation with Prof. Hermine Pinson, Nov. 10th at 7pm on Crowdcast.
A William & Mary student veteran will ring the Wren bell slowly 21 times to commemorate Armistice Day, the original inspiration for Veterans Day.
Do you love GIS or want to learn more about it? Enjoy puzzles, virtual competitions, guessing games, scavenger hunts and mapping? Register for free to gain access to the virtual activities:
TAPIF (French Government Teaching Assistantships in France)
Hosted by Alexis Higgins
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
5:30 - 6: 30 PM
Love the libraries? Become a library student ambassador! This student-led group meets once a month to hear the latest news from library leaders and brainstorm ways to make the libraries even better! Open to all students.
Join President Katherine Rowe for a two-part Community Conversation focusing on the spring semester and the science behind COVID-19 and public health decision making.