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The Charles H. Koch Administrative Law Forum is cancelled for Jan. 24th. The event will be rescheduled.
Admission - $30 general Public; $10 for students
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.
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.
Professor Alison Keith of the University of Toronto delivers the annual J. Ward Jones lecture on “Courtesans (and Concubines) in Ancient Rome”
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.
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.
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.
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. 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.
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.
Please join the William & Law Review for its Symposium about “The Role of Courts in Politically and Socially Charged Moments.”
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 delivers the Archaeology Institute of America's Joukousky Lecture on "Who Owns the Past, Competing Claims for Antiquities from the Holy Land".
Ms. Smith has been called “a testament to the power of words to change lives.” Her work has appeared in Poetry magazine, the Paris Review, the New York Times, the Washington Post, and others.
Admission: $5, free with William & Mary ID
"Celebrating Legacies, Constructing Futures:
Four Hundred Years of Black Community and Culture"
Christy Coleman is the CEO of the American Civil War Museum.
Professor Brito M.A. '08, is a developmental psychologist who examines how early social and cultural contexts (e.g., poverty, multilingualism) shape the trajectory of neurocognitive development. MA Experimental Psychology, College of William and Mary.
Dr. Krista Thompson is the Mary Jane Crowe Professor of Art History at Northwestern University. She researches and teaches the modern and contemporary art and visual culture of the Africa diaspora, with an emphasis on photography.
Professor Owen’s research interests include macroeconomics, growth, income distribution, human capital formation, and sustainable development. Many of these interests trace to her prior work as an Economist for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.
The George Tayloe Ross Address on International Peace was established to promote peace by exploring and investigating topics of current interest that affect relations among nations, ranging from international political matters to environmental questions.
Patricia Williams is the James L. Dohr Professor of Law at Columbia Law School. She is published widely in the areas of race, gender, and law, and other issues of legal theory and legal writing.
International Transgender Day of Visibility is honored annually and is a time to celebrate transgender people around the globe and the courage it takes to live authentically, while also raising awareness around the discrimination trans people still face.
Admission: $5, free with William & Mary ID
Valerie Taylor is the Director of the Mathematics and Computer Science Division at Argonne National Laboratory.
Bibiana Suárez is a Professor of Art and Vincent de Paul Professor in the Department of Art, Media and Design at DePaul University (Chicago).
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.