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Speaker: Huajie Shao, UIUC
Monday, 3/1/2021, Noon 12:00 PM
The Office of Diversity & Inclusion, in collaboration with Student Assembly and the Center for Student Diversity, will host its annual Student Diversity & Inclusion Symposium.
Ambassador Dennis Ross is presented by W&M Hillel, the W&M Reves Center for International Studies, the W&M Global Research Institute, and the W&M Department of Government.
Spring Break Day
As part of the Virtual Days in DC, the theme of the day is Social Equity. Angela McGowan is a Public Health and Health Equity expert who will start the day by sharing what Health Equity is and how she became interested in this important work.
Curious about GISP certification? This discussion aims to demystify GISP (GIS Professional) Certification with an overview of the what, why, and how of the process. Find out if GISP certification is something to consider in your career planning.
Speaker: Yu Huang, PhD candidate in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan
Happy Women’s History Month!
The Center for Student Diversity will host a Women’s History Month event focused on women of color.
William and Mary Innocence Project's first guest speaker, Nilam Sanghvi, will speak on topic of Prosecutorial Misconduct's role in our criminal justice system, and particularly within wrongful incarcerations. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Participate in this Zoom informational session to learn about how you can submit a pitch for an Immersive Conservation Mural in spring 2021. W&M students are invited to submit a pitch for a conservation mural and Augmented Reality experience this spring.
Laura Sims is a poet and novelist (and W&M alum!). Her books include the poetry collections Practice, restraint and Stranger.
Eurocentrism, Knowledge Making and Decolonial Dialogue
Linda Martín Alcoff (Hunter, CUNY) and Carlos Rivera Santana (Hispanic Studies, W&M)
Thursday March 11 3:30-5pm:
Open to Public
Join us for an evening of celebration that highlights some of the amazing musical talent from William & Mary's LGBTQ+ community! QueerBrew takes place on the Sadler Terrace, March 11th from 7:30 to 9:30 pm!
GRI's Blockchain Lab presents a discussion on privacy and policy, featuring Elena Giralt of Blockchain Latinx.
A lecture presented by Professor Tamara Sonn, the 2021 Virtual Kraemer Middle East Distinguished Scholar-In-Residence. Presented in celebration of the Asian Centennial at William & Mary.
Join us for GCC 2021 Global Summit "US-China Relations Under Biden and Xi: Seeking Order From Chaos" on March 12th, 8-10 PM. Learn about key security issues from Robert Jervis, Bonnie Glaser, and Wang Huiyao. Click on the event to get more information.
Join Greater City to make Blessing Bags containing the essential laundry and hygiene supplies for those moving into transitional housing! We will be putting the bags together outside at 11am this Saturday, March 13th!
Are you curious about plant based diets? Join Nancy Moul, nurse practitioner, and Stephanie May, Registered Sports Dietitian, as they break down plant based diets in this virtual three-part series.
Speaker: Dr. Camille Cobb, CMU
Come meet W&M STEM professors from biology, chemistry, neuroscience, and mathematics! Come learn how to be successful in their classes as a pre-med student! Meeting ID: 988 9360 4944
Spring Break Day for undergraduates
Today's Spring Break day allows you to engage in-person or remotely to act on issues that matter to you, and to care for yourself as a way to restore and resist.
Visit W&MGivePulse, click the Opportunities tab, and search "Wellness Your Way."
Speaker: Dr. Benjamin Fish, Postdoctoral fellow at Mila
Esteemed novelist and filmmaker Alia Yunis (The Night Counter) is the premiering author of Asian American Plural: Literature Across Borders, organized by Dr. R. Benedito Ferrao as part of his course OUTSIDE IN: TRANSNATIONAL ASIAN AMERICAN LITERATURE.
How is the art of Indigenous peoples linked to climate change, culture, and empowerment? How can art influence your area of expertise?
Anthropology professor Grey Gundaker will give the 2021 Tisch Lecture at Columbia Teachers College.
Building Bridges between Technology, Business, and Conservation: How Augmented Reality is Advancing Conservation Solutions in Hawai'i
WMGIC Career & Networking Expo
Dr. Joel S. Levine - William & Mary Applied Science, Title of Talk: The Human Exploration of the Moon and Mars: A Preview
This workshop will show you a peek behind the curtain at the art of sound design, providing a zoology of various sound effects, how to find them or make them yourself, and how it’s not always about what sounds real, it’s about what sounds right.
Speaker: Hongyuan Mei, Department of Computer Science at the Johns Hopkins University (JHU)
What will William & Mary look like in a post-pandemic world? Join President Katherine Rowe for a Community Conversation that will look ahead as W&M renews its third phase of strategic planning: Vision into Action.
For the creative student who can’t decide whether to major in writing, film, business, music, theater, or cultural anthropology — have you considered a job in marketing?
For those interested in pursuing an entertainment career, as well as those generally interested in the present and future of TV/film/streaming, this workshop will aim to provide more clarity and accessibility to a distinctly opaque industry.
In this workshop we’ll discuss how to strategically leverage (almost) any resume into your first internship or entry-level role – no theatre major necessary.
This talk presented by Megan Victor of Queen's College is an overview of the recovery excavation season at the Standford Arboretum Chinese Labor Quarters and discusses findings of an analysis ceramic assemblages. Email email@example.com for Zoom link.
Join us as we kick off the 2021 festival with a collection of short films created by students in only 24 hours.
As streaming platforms continue to expand and demand for content is at an all-time high, we will delve into how to find your footing and anticipate change in the rapidly evolving digital media landscape of online content distribution.
Join our virtual conversation on "Security in the Cyber Age" with Mr. John Inglis, former Deputy Director of the National Security Agency.
In this workshop, comedian and author Sara Schaefer will share tools to help you beat that negative voice into submission, so you can finally write that screenplay, memoir, stand up routine, or whatever medium inspires you the most.
“Searching for Anna May Wong,” traces the journey of actor Natasha Tina Liu, who raises the question, “If trailblazing Anna May Wong were still alive today, would she still face the same racism and challenges she experienced during her time in Hollywood?”
Do you like games like dodgeball or paintball? Are you curious about archery? Want a unique and socially-distant way to spend your weekend? Join AMP in the Sunken Garden for some fun-filled and action-packed rounds of Archery Tag!
Documentary editors are writers! For my workshop, I’ll detail my process for writing a documentary, and show the development of a scene from first draft to final cut.
Join The Lemon Project and The Asian Centennial at William & Mary for an evening program that will conclude the 11th Annual Lemon Project Symposium. View the performers and register here.
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!
Author Paul Ocampo will speak on his short story "Butterfly" which appears in Maxine Hong Kingston's anthology, "Veterans of War, Veterans of Peace (2006), as part of Dr. R. Benedito Ferrao's series Asian American Plural: Literature Across Borders.
In this seminar, five Black spiritual leaders from different traditions will each offer a prayer for our time of dual pandemics followed by a teaching from Christianity, Sufism, Kemetic tradition, Buddhism or southern conjure.