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Sustainability Symposium Event 1: Understanding our Interconnectedness with Céline Cousteau 
Tuesday, April 20
3pm - 4:30pm
Zoom webinar

W&M Sustainability Symposium Event 2

Understanding our Interconnectedness: A Discussion with Céline Cousteau on Why Protecting the Rights of the Indigenous Communities of the Vale do Javari in Brazil is Essential to Our Survival  


Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Audrey Horning
Wednesday, April 21
12pm - 1pm
Zoom

Hear from Professor Audrey Horning as she describes how her archaeological work in Northern Ireland provides new evidence about contested pasts and empowers contemporary communities to confront historical legacies.

A Conversation with Dr. Joseph J. Ellis ’65, L.H.D. ’98 on “American Dialogue: The Founders and Us”
Wednesday, April 21
5:30pm - 6:20pm
Online

Hear from Pulitzer Prize-winning author Joseph J. Ellis ’65, L.H.D. ’98 as he shares his insights from his 2018 book, “American Dialogue: The Founders and Us.”

    Williamsburg-Peninsula Virtual Tribe Thursday 
    Thursday, April 22
    5pm - 6pm
    Zoom | Registration link sent upon registration

    Join fellow William & Mary alumni, family, parents and friends in the Williamsburg-Peninsula area for a virtual Tribe Thursday happy hour! 

    Flat Hat Speaker Event - "Trust and Responsibility in the Media" with Jeffrey Dvorkin
    Thursday, April 22
    7pm
    Zoom

    Come join the Flat Hat, W&M's student newspaper, to welcome Jeffrey Dvorkin. Mr. Dvorkin is a senior fellow at Massey College, a center for journalistic research at the University of Toronto and former NPR news ombudsman.

    Online Career Coaching Hour for W&M Alumni
    Friday, April 23
    12pm - 1pm
    Online

    Looking for career advice or to network? Able to offer advice to fellow alumni? Join the alumni community for several short 1:1 chats.

    Continuing Studies Leadership Course
    Tuesday, April 27
    5pm - 7pm
    Virtual

    Continuing Studies Leadership Course

    Modern Leadership: Reflections and Tools for the Values-Based Leader

    Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Claire Pamment
    Wednesday, April 28
    12pm - 1pm
    Zoom

    Hear from Professor Claire Pamment as she considers badhai’s negotiations across restrictive social scripts, taking place within the changing landscape of transnational LGBTQIA+ movements and religious nationalism.