clear
  • Filter by Category

W&M Featured Events

No results match your filter criteria.

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Silvia Tandeciarz
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
5pm - 6pm
Zoom

Hear from Professor Silvia Tandeciarz as she explores the power of arts and humanities in democratization and how transitional justice initiatives enhance a shared commitment to human rights.

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Alan Braddock
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
5pm - 6pm
Zoom

Hear from Professor Braddock as he draws on historical and current examples to describe an “ecology” of art interlaced with the people and environments surrounding us.

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Patricia Vahle
Wednesday, November 11, 2020
5pm - 6pm
Zoom

Hear from Professor Patricia Vahle as she discusses the NOvA particle physics experiment and her investigation of the absence of an expected asymmetry of the Universe.

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Fabricio Prado
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
5pm - 6pm
Zoom

Hear from Professor Fabricio Prado as he explores how early trade networks to South America jump-started the U.S. national economy.

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Audrey Horning
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
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.

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Claire Pamment
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
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.

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Doug Young
Wednesday, May 5, 2021
12pm - 1pm
Zoom

Hear from Professor Doug Young as he explores how much more powerful proteins could be if we could expand the genetic code to incorporate unnatural amino acids that have novel chemical functionalities

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Jon Pineda
Wednesday, May 12, 2021
12pm - 1pm
Zoom

Hear from Professor Jon Pineda as he shares his creative work and some thoughts on the creative process.

Filter by Location
clear
clear
  • Filter by Category

No results match your filter criteria.

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Silvia Tandeciarz
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
5pm - 6pm
Zoom

Hear from Professor Silvia Tandeciarz as she explores the power of arts and humanities in democratization and how transitional justice initiatives enhance a shared commitment to human rights.

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Alan Braddock
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
5pm - 6pm
Zoom

Hear from Professor Braddock as he draws on historical and current examples to describe an “ecology” of art interlaced with the people and environments surrounding us.

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Patricia Vahle
Wednesday, November 11, 2020
5pm - 6pm
Zoom

Hear from Professor Patricia Vahle as she discusses the NOvA particle physics experiment and her investigation of the absence of an expected asymmetry of the Universe.

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Fabricio Prado
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
5pm - 6pm
Zoom

Hear from Professor Fabricio Prado as he explores how early trade networks to South America jump-started the U.S. national economy.

Living Lively: The 7 Points of Power to Nourish our Potential (Webinar)
Thursday, March 11, 2021
12pm - 1pm
Virtual

Has your health been top of mind since the start of Covid-19? Are you in the high-risk category for contracting it? Now, more than ever, it’s so important that we fuel our bodies with food that serves us as well as heals us. 

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Audrey Horning
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
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.

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Claire Pamment
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
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.

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Doug Young
Wednesday, May 5, 2021
12pm - 1pm
Zoom

Hear from Professor Doug Young as he explores how much more powerful proteins could be if we could expand the genetic code to incorporate unnatural amino acids that have novel chemical functionalities

Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Jon Pineda
Wednesday, May 12, 2021
12pm - 1pm
Zoom

Hear from Professor Jon Pineda as he shares his creative work and some thoughts on the creative process.

No calendar names match your search.