- 1619-2019 Remembering 400 Years
William & Mary, as a public university in the Commonwealth of Virginia and an institution built by and tended by enslaved Africans and their descendants since our founding in 1693, must acknowledge our history and respond to it as a community. In this year of 2019, we mark the four-hundred-year anniversary of the arrival of the first captive Africans in Virginia with an array of projects focused on remembrance: the Lemon Porch Talks, the Lemon Project Symposium in March, the tenth biennial conference of the Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora (ASWAD) in November, and our commitment to erect a Memorial to the Enslaved on campus.
- September 2020 Lunch and Learn
Professional Development Workshop Series Spring 2020
- 4th Diversity & Inclusion Symposium
The 4th Annual Diversity & Inclusion Symposium will be a day-long event focused on advancing the conversation on diversity & inclusion within higher education. The day will feature a keynote address by Dr. Claude Steele, round- table discussions, and panels covering the most pressing diversity and inclusion issues facing universities. Registration closes on October 11th. Schedule-at-a-Glance: 8:00-8:45- Continental Breakfast and Registration (Foyer) 9:00- Opening Remarks (Matoaka Woods) 9:15- Dr. Claude Steele, Keynote Speaker (Matoaka Woods) 10:30-11:00- Book-Signing 11:15-12:30- Workshop Session 1 12:30-1:30-Lunch 1:45-2:50-Workshop Session 2 3:00- Closing
- Observance of Religious Holidays
A memo from the Provost.