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Panel for Prospective Law School Applicants:  Veterans and Service Members in our W&M Law Community
Wednesday, February 1
7pm - 8pm

Whether you are a law school applicant or admitted student, we hope you will join us for a panel discussion with members of the W&M faculty and alumni body who are veterans or service members. 

Crucial Conversations
Thursday, February 2 - Friday, February 3
School of Education, Holly Room

Master the skills for holding difficult conversations well.

STLI Community Conversation: Generative A.I. and Writing for Learning
Thursday, February 2
12:30pm - 1:45pm
Swem Library, Hybrid - Swem Library G64 or Zoom

Want to learn more about recent developments in artificial intelligence (AI) and how it will impact your teaching? Panelists from the Arts & Sciences A.I. Writing Tools Working Group and campus experts in educational technology will lead the conversation.

"Inhabitants" Documentary Film Screening
Thursday, February 2
5pm - 7pm
Tucker 127A

INHABITANTS follows five Native American Tribes across deserts, coastlines, forests, and prairies as they restore their traditional land management practices. 

Life in the Reservation Community: A Celebration of Family History and Legacy
Saturday, February 4
3pm - 5pm
School of Education, Matoaka Woods

The Village Initiative's Local Black Histories Project and its W&M partners, invite you to an unveiling exhibition illuminating the residents who were displaced by the U.S. government for the construction of the Naval Weapons Station in Yorktown.

Pet Therapy with Guinness
Monday, February 6
11am - 1pm
McLeod Tyler Wellness Center, Lobby

    Gilman Scholarship Information Session
    Tuesday, February 7

    The Gilman Scholarship is specifically designed for Pell eligible students to study abroad. 

    Anthropology Brown Bag: "The Ha Festival of Cross-Border Jing Communities in Southwest China"
    Wednesday, February 8
    12pm - 1pm
    Washington Hall, Room 101

    Chenyuan Ma is a PhD candidate at Minzu University of China and a visiting scholar at William & Mary. Her talk is about the ethnic minority religious festival known as the Ha Festival in Sino-Vietnamese cross-border Jing Communities in southwest China.

      Panel for Prospective Law School Applicants Hosted by the Black Law Students Association
      Wednesday, February 8
      7pm - 8pm
      Law School, Zoom

      The Law School's Black Law Students Association is hosting a panel for prospective and admitted J.D. applicants.

      Campus Free Speech: Dialogue & Dessert
      Thursday, February 9
      4pm - 5pm
      Sadler Center, OCE Conference Room

      Let's talk about our understanding and experience of speech on campus. Join in dialogue with six other participants from across Williamsburg and W&M. Leave with new perspectives and an Extraordinary Cupcake.

      Just Fun Book Chat: The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict & Victoria Murray
      Thursday, February 9
      8pm - 9pm

      Join William & Mary faculty and staff for a book chat of The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict & Victoria Christopher Murray. Our discussions are informal, there is no pressure to chat much or prepare anything, you can just listen, and all are welcome.

      Pet Therapy with Lily
      Friday, February 10
      12pm - 2pm
      McLeod Tyler Wellness Center, Lobby

        Bray School Preservation Launch
        Friday, February 10
        2pm - 2:45pm
        The Lawn at The Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg

        Join the William & Mary and Colonial Williamsburg Foundation communities as we officially launch the preservation of the Williamsburg Bray School at its new, permanent exhibition site in Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area.

        Charter Day Ceremony
        Friday, February 10
        Kaplan Arena

        Charter Day marks the 330th anniversary of the awarding of the Royal Charter from King William III and Queen Mary II of England establishing William & Mary. Tickets are not required to attend.

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        Exhibit: Chinese Dance: National Movements in a Revolutionary Age, 1945-1965
        Friday, January 13 - Friday, February 17
        Williamsburg Regional Library, Stryker Center 412 N. Boundary St

        The exhibit explores the history of Chinese dance through images and text co-curated by William & Mary professor Dr. Emily Wilcox and University of Michigan Chinese Studies Librarian Dr. Liangyu Fu.