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CANCELLED: The Charles H. Koch Administrative Law Forum 
Thursday, January 24
12:50pm - 1:50pm
Law School, Room 124

The Charles H. Koch Administrative Law Forum is cancelled for Jan. 24th. The event will be rescheduled. 

Building a Vocal Community with Dr. Ysaÿe Barnwell
Friday, January 25
6pm - 9pm
School of Education, Matoaka Woods Room

Admission - $30 general Public; $10 for students

Prof. Kimberly Krawiec (Duke): Assessing California's Gender Diversity Mandate for Corporate Boards
Wednesday, January 30
12:50pm - 1:50pm
Law School, room 127

The Center for the Study of Law and Markets will host a lecture by Kimberly Krawiec, Katherine Robinson Everett Professor of Law, from Duke Law School on January 30.  Admission is free and all are welcome to attend. Lunch will be served.

Women's Network Reception
Thursday, January 31
4pm - 6pm
Sadler Center, Chesapeake ABC

Welcoming new colleagues and honoring those who have been promoted or tenured during the last academic year. We will also honor W&M icons from our past including emerita faculty and long-serving faculty and staff.

Alison Keith, “Courtesans (and Concubines) in Ancient Rome”
Thursday, January 31
4:30pm - 6pm
Andrews Hall, Room 101

Professor Alison Keith of the University of Toronto delivers the annual J. Ward Jones lecture on “Courtesans (and Concubines) in Ancient Rome”

Professor Kimberly Tanner of San Francisco State University Gives Bio Seminar
Friday, February 1
All day
McGlothlin-Street Hall

Professor Tanner also directs SEPAL: The Science Education Partnership & Assessment Lab. Her research focuses on how people learn science and how teachers and scientists can collaborate to make science teaching and learning more like how scientists work.

Art Film Friday: !Women Art Revolution
Friday, February 1
5:30pm - 8pm
Tucker Hall, 127A




Lecture by Cheryl Holcomb McCoy
Tuesday, February 5
6pm - 7:30pm
School of Education

On Tuesday, February 5, 2018, Dr. Cheryl Holcomb McCoy will give a lecture on The Five Simple Truths About Cultural Competence in Education and Counseling.

Novelist Jenny Offill at the Patrick Hayes Writers Series
Wednesday, February 6
5pm
Tucker Hall

Jenny Offill's first novel Last Things was a finalist for the L.A. Times First Book Award. Her second novel, Dept. of Speculation has been shortlisted for several prizes and awards, including the L.A. Times Fiction Award.

    Swem Library's Exhibition with artifacts & documents from the Office of the President & Chancellor
    Thursday, February 7
    3:30pm - 5:30pm
    Swem Library, Special Collections
    An Indian American Doctor’s Story: Cultural Competency & Health Equity by Dr. Natasha Sriraman, MD
    Friday, February 8
    12pm - 1pm
    Morton Hall, Room 314

    Dr. Natasha Sriraman's lecture will juxtapose her personal journey as a Doctor and her advocacy for greater education and understanding of the impact of culture, bias, individuality and health literacy in health care.

    Dr. Dawn Wright of Environmental Systems Research Institute
    Thursday, February 14
    10am
    Swem Library, Center for Geospatial Analysis

    Dr. Wright is a geographer and oceanographer and leading authority in the application of Geographic Information System technology to the field of ocean and coastal science. She played a key role in creating the first GIS data model for the oceans.

    "Markets and the Evolution of Property Law" by Professor Molly Brady, University of Virginia
    Thursday, February 21
    12:50pm - 1:50pm
    Law School, Room 127

    The Center for the Study of Law and Markets will host a lecture by Professor Molly Brady of the University of Virginia School of Law. Free admission & all are welcome. Lunch will be served.

    W&M  Law Review Symposium: “The Role of Courts in Politically and Socially Charged Moments"
    Friday, February 22 - Saturday, February 23
    1pm - 1pm
    Law School, Room 119

    Please join the William & Law Review for its Symposium about “The Role of Courts in Politically and Socially Charged Moments.”

    Douglas Flowe, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Washington University (St. Louis)
    Thursday, February 28
    3:30pm
    TBD

    Professor Flowe’s research is primarily concerned with themes of criminality, vice, leisure, and masculinity, and understanding how they converge with issues of race, class, and space in America. His visit is hosted by Gender, Sexuality & Women’s Studies.

      Morag Kersel, "Who Owns the Past, Competing Claims for Antiquities from the Holy Land"
      Thursday, February 28
      4:30pm - 6pm
      Andrews Hall, Room 101

      Morag Kersel delivers the Archaeology Institute of America's Joukousky Lecture on "Who Owns the Past, Competing Claims for Antiquities from the Holy Land". 

      Ongoing Events

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      Narrating Herstory:  Oral Histories Commemorating 100 Years of Coeducation at W&M
      Saturday, September 22 - Sunday, May 12
      Swem Library, Entrance Gallery
      Muscarelle Museum of Art  presents "Women with Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection"
      Friday, September 7 - Sunday, May 12
      Online
      The Muscarelle Museum of Art proudly presents the virtual exhibition "Women with Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection" in recognition of the 100 Years of Women celebration at William & Mary.
      Paintings by Roser Bru
      Friday, August 31 - Sunday, May 12
      Swem Library, Second Floor, next to Center for Geospatial Analysis
      "Following in their Footsteps"  Women Artists from the President’s Collection of Art
      Wednesday, August 29 - Sunday, May 12
      Sadler Center

      As part of the 100 Years of Women celebration at William & Mary, The President’s Collection of Art presents Following in their Footsteps at the Sadler Center. This exhibition showcases alumane art thematically depicting works by women, of women.


      Game Changers
      Thursday, August 23 - Sunday, May 12
      Kaplan Arena (formerly William & Mary Hall), Court Level
      Justly Belongs
      Monday, August 20 - Sunday, May 12
      Swem Library, Marshall Gallery, First Floor Rotunda