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The Center for Student Diversity’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. commemoration program pays tribute to his life and impact.
Join us for coloring and conversation about finding joy in times of uncertainty with Natalie of NatterDoodle at 8pm on Wednesday, February 3rd. You are NEVER too old to color! Three custom W&M coloring pages will be provided.
The next conversation will explore the different ways students, faculty, staff and alumni are taking action to improve the lives of others during the pandemic. Amid so much uncertainty, their work brings hope for greater unity and a brighter future.
This talk uses case studies from the seafloor near Rhode Island and the deserts and mountains of Arizona to demonstrate how to combine, synthesize, and translate spatial data into information that is accessible to resource managers for decision-making.
Daniel Griffin, MD, PhD, Ctrop of Columbia University presents
"COVID-19: Phases, Timing of Therapeutics, Focus on Immunization"
20 Events! 21 Days!: SUE Game Night
Want to celebrate the new semester in a safe and ~totally tubular~ way? AMP is taking over Sadler for this retro-themed event featuring three glow-in-the-dark main attractions that will transport you to an '80s arcade for the night.
Prof. Twomney (Saint Lawrence U.) will speak on "Othering Blackness: Ideas of Racial Difference in Medieval & Early Modern Europe'
Monday, February 8, 2:00-3:20 pm
This is the first step to starting a new organization!
The President’s Office and W&M Government Relations are proud to sponsor the 25th Annual Road to Richmond, in a virtual format. There will be remarks and Q&As from members of the VA General Assembly, the Governor’s Office, and a young W&M alumni panel.
Welcome back everyone! Join us on 2/10 at 4PM for the first virtual seminar of 2021 presented by PhD student Teri Oehmke from UC Berkeley with a seminar on fluid mechanics (full title next page) | Click the event title to contact Brent Owens to attend!
State of Modern Teaching in D.C.
Join WMCI for a virtual event celebrating the Lunar New Year on Wednesday, February 10!
Charter Day marks the 328th anniversary of the awarding of the Royal Charter from King William III and Queen Mary II of England establishing William & Mary.
Spring Break Day 1
Embark on a Charter Day Adventure Race, completing challenges, following clues and solving puzzles inspired by William & Mary's history and culture. Current students may join the adventure virtually from anywhere!
Check out Friday Nights On the Ice at the Liberty Ice Pavilion in Colonial Williamsburg!
Join Alma Mater Productions on Charter Day weekend for a comedic conversation over Zoom Webinar! More details about our special guest and how to register for the event will be available shortly!
The W&M Alumni Association will hold its Annual Membership meeting on Saturday, February 13, 2021, at 11 a.m.
Does your bike need some maintenance? Don't know how to fix something? Come get your bike worked on and maybe learn something along the way!
W&M Libraries will host a book discussion for W&M students on Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You on February 15 at 4 p.m.
Join us for a Lemon's Legacies Porch Talk led by Jaaye Person-Lynn on February 15.
A conversation with philosopher and essayist Susan Neiman on her book Learning from the Germans: Race and the Memory of Evil, published in 2019, which asks what Americans can learn from Germans about confronting the evils of the past.
An overview of the new special exhibition at the Jamestown Settlement Museum by Luke J. Pecoraro, Ph.D., Director of Curatorial Services at the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation. Please contact Joni Carlson [[w|jdcarlson]] for Zoom link.
Steve Prince will take participants on a historical journey examining the power of racist imagery upon the psyche of America and the world.
How are pandemics like COVID linked to conservation, equity, and governance?
W&M Libraries will host a community book discussion on February 18 at 2 p.m. on Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi.
Join President Katherine Rowe and Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony Fauci as they discuss recent developments concerning COVID-19. This event is open to the public and no registration is required.
Discovering your family roots is a journey. This program, in collaboration with The Let Freedom Ring Foundation, will focus on resources ranging from oral histories to vital records & historic newspapers used to research African American family history.
Welcome back the new semester by experiencing some of our campus' finest musical talent! Come attend our February Homebrew: 'Are Brew the One?'
To kick off the Asian Centennial at W&M commemorating the admission of Chen Pu-Kao, the first Chinese, Asian, and student of color so far on record, the Asian, Pacific, and Middle Eastern Film Series presents Larissa Lam's film "Far East Deep South."
Jason Reynolds is the New York Times bestselling co-author of Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You, along with Ibram X. Kendi. Reynolds will discuss his book and answer questions from the audience.
Join the Cohen Career Center for our annual Spring Career & Internship Fair. This semester, the career fair will be hosted virtually.
Prof. Geraldine Heng (U. Texas) will give the 2021 Fauvel Lecture on "Teaching Early Global Literatures: Worlding the World, Traveling the World."
Zoom link: https://cwm.zoom.us/s/6281668144
Meeting ID: 628 166 8144
AMP Interns Committee is bringing Jubilee’s YouTube game show “Odd Man Out” to W&M! Come watch your friends and classmates compete with each other, along with students from other universities, as they try to find the Odd Twamp Out.