The Monroe Enrichment Series consists of discussions between Monroe Scholars of all classes and William & Mary faculty members.
These informal, interactive sessions are intended to expose the students to new and different topics in scholarship, courses, programs, and careers. Unlike lectures, the Enrichment Series provides an intimate setting that fosters discussion among peers and with faculty and staff. Discussion topics range widely, from classical physics to international peacekeeping. Many Monroe Scholars have said that this is one of the best parts of the Monroe Scholars program.
Most of the talks take place in Blow 201 and sign-up takes place online. Meals or snacks are typically provided.
Fall 2019 Enrichment Series Speakers:
- Sasha Ingber and Nahal Toosi, Pulitzer Center-sponsored journalists
- Dan Cristol, W&M Director of Undergraduate Research
- Jay Gaidmore, Director of Special Collections
- Jody Allen, Director of the Lemon Project
- Shannon White, Certificate Coordinator for the Center for Geospatial Analysis
- Jackson Sasser, Government Visiting Assistant Professor
- Tyler Frazier, Lecturer of Interdisciplinary Studies in the Data Science Program