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Today: Friday, September 19 2014
Students
Information session: Digging Deep Into Winter Food
Come learn about this winter study travel opportunity to stay at a working farm in Vermont and learn about sustainable agriculture, cooking, and regional food systems. We will meet on Tuesday, 9/23 at 7:00 p.m. in the Harper House conference room. Contact brent.wasser@williams.edu with questions. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=28926 from Brent A. Wasser, Zilkha Ctr-Envrmtl Initiatives
Information session: Digging Deep Into Winter Food
Come learn about this winter study travel opportunity to stay at a working farm in Vermont and learn about sustainable agriculture, cooking, and regional food systems. We will meet on Tuesday, 9/23 at 7:00 p.m. in the Harper House conference room. Contact brent.wasser@williams.edu with questions. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=28926 from Brent A. Wasser, Zilkha Ctr-Envrmtl Initiatives
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Faculty
Math/Stats Colloquium by Prof. Susan Loepp
Formal Fibers at Height Zero Prime Ideals by Prof. Susan Loepp today 1-1:45 pm, Bronfman 106 from Marissa Barschdorf, Mathematics and Statistics
Math/Stats Colloquium by Prof. Susan Loepp
Formal Fibers at Height Zero Prime Ideals by Prof. Susan Loepp today 1-1:45 pm, Bronfman 106 from Marissa Barschdorf, Mathematics and Statistics
Students
Info Meeting for WS Travel Course PHIL 25 Eye Care and Culture
Students interested in applying to participate in the Winter Study Travel Course to Nicaragua, PHIL 25, Eye Care and Culture, should plan to attend the information meeting at 7 p.m. on September 21 in Hopkins Hall 002. from Barbara Casey, Registrar's Office
Info Meeting for WS Travel Course PHIL 25 Eye Care and Culture
Students interested in applying to participate in the Winter Study Travel Course to Nicaragua, PHIL 25, Eye Care and Culture, should plan to attend the information meeting at 7 p.m. on September 21 in Hopkins Hall 002. from Barbara Casey, Registrar's Office
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Faculty
Staff
Chemistry Class of 1960 Scholars Seminar - Dr. Martin Burke
Dr. Martin Burke, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, "Making Molecular Prosthetics with a Small Molecule Synthesizer", Friday, September 19 at 1:10 p.m., TCL 202. from Deborah Morandi, Chemistry Department
Chemistry Class of 1960 Scholars Seminar - Dr. Martin Burke
Dr. Martin Burke, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, "Making Molecular Prosthetics with a Small Molecule Synthesizer", Friday, September 19 at 1:10 p.m., TCL 202. from Deborah Morandi, Chemistry Department
Students
ACE Beach Party!
ACE invites you to say goodbye to summer with one last summer beach fling! So wear your swim trunks and flippy-floppys ;) Ft. DJ Spoons! Saturday 9/20/14 Greylock 10pm-2am from Karen L. Huan, ACE
ACE Beach Party!
ACE invites you to say goodbye to summer with one last summer beach fling! So wear your swim trunks and flippy-floppys ;) Ft. DJ Spoons! Saturday 9/20/14 Greylock 10pm-2am from Karen L. Huan, ACE
Students
LEARN TO POLO with Women's Club Water Polo
We are teaching the basics of water polo. No experience necessary. Sunday (9/21) at The Pool @ 3:30pm Questions? Contact sjl1 from Sallie J. Lau, Women's Club Water Polo
LEARN TO POLO with Women's Club Water Polo
We are teaching the basics of water polo. No experience necessary. Sunday (9/21) at The Pool @ 3:30pm Questions? Contact sjl1 from Sallie J. Lau, Women's Club Water Polo
Students
Faculty
Staff
Connecticut Valley Zebrafish Meeting
13 speakers will give 10-30 min talks about a wide range of work on zebrafish in Wege at 1:10pm. Demonstrations of fluorescence microscopy in zebrafish by Charles Mazel of Nightsea in MSL 124 throughout the afternoon. Refreshments available. All are welcome. See link for complete schedule. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29220 from Dawn R. Jamros, Biology Department Seminar
Connecticut Valley Zebrafish Meeting
13 speakers will give 10-30 min talks about a wide range of work on zebrafish in Wege at 1:10pm. Demonstrations of fluorescence microscopy in zebrafish by Charles Mazel of Nightsea in MSL 124 throughout the afternoon. Refreshments available. All are welcome. See link for complete schedule. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29220 from Dawn R. Jamros, Biology Department Seminar
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Faculty
Staff
"Clark Inspired" Public Talk: The Clark in the World
Kavita Singh, professor of art history, Jawaharlal Nehru University, and Patrick Flores, professor of art studies and curator of Vargas Museum, University of the Philippines, discuss their experiences in various Clark international events. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29224 from Darby English, Graduate Program-Art History
"Clark Inspired" Public Talk: The Clark in the World
Kavita Singh, professor of art history, Jawaharlal Nehru University, and Patrick Flores, professor of art studies and curator of Vargas Museum, University of the Philippines, discuss their experiences in various Clark international events. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29224 from Darby English, Graduate Program-Art History
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Faculty
Staff
Fabulous Photographs on disply Sawyer Library!
All are invited to view the photographs now on display in the lower level of the Sawyer Library. These photos were taken by students this summer while on a Williams College travel, research or study fellowship. from Lynn Chick, Dean's Office
Fabulous Photographs on disply Sawyer Library!
All are invited to view the photographs now on display in the lower level of the Sawyer Library. These photos were taken by students this summer while on a Williams College travel, research or study fellowship. from Lynn Chick, Dean's Office
Faculty
Staff
The next Fac/Staff Potluck is on Tuesday, September 30
The Fac/Staff Initiative will hold it's first Potluck on Tuesday, September 30, at 5:30 p.m., at the home of Susie and Bob Scherr. Bring your family for an evening of fellowship and good food! We request that it be a meatless/shellfish-less meal. The Scherrs are found at 992 Green River Road (Water St.) Please join us! MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29236 from Robert Scherr, Chaplain's Office
The next Fac/Staff Potluck is on Tuesday, September 30
The Fac/Staff Initiative will hold it's first Potluck on Tuesday, September 30, at 5:30 p.m., at the home of Susie and Bob Scherr. Bring your family for an evening of fellowship and good food! We request that it be a meatless/shellfish-less meal. The Scherrs are found at 992 Green River Road (Water St.) Please join us! MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29236 from Robert Scherr, Chaplain's Office
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Artist Talk: Chinese Soft Power - An American Artist in Beijing &
Miguel Payano '03 will talk about the experience of being an artist in Bejing, Monday, September 22, 7pm, Lawrence 231. An exhibition will follow in the Wilde Gallery, Spencer Studio. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29240 from Michael Glier, Art Department
Artist Talk: Chinese Soft Power - An American Artist in Beijing &
Miguel Payano '03 will talk about the experience of being an artist in Bejing, Monday, September 22, 7pm, Lawrence 231. An exhibition will follow in the Wilde Gallery, Spencer Studio. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29240 from Michael Glier, Art Department
Students
Law Society Hike to Stone Hill this Saturday!
Interested in joining the Law Society? Want to meet our members? Current and prospective members are invited to join us for a hike to Stone Hill this Saturday! We'll meet at the back of Paresky at 11am and go for lunch afterwards. There will be donuts! from Angela Chang, Williams College Law Society
Law Society Hike to Stone Hill this Saturday!
Interested in joining the Law Society? Want to meet our members? Current and prospective members are invited to join us for a hike to Stone Hill this Saturday! We'll meet at the back of Paresky at 11am and go for lunch afterwards. There will be donuts! from Angela Chang, Williams College Law Society
Students
Faculty
Staff
RSVP for Rosh Hashanah Dinner
There will be an Erev Rosh Hashanah dinner on Wednesday in the Faculty House at 6 pm. If you are planning on attending, please RSVP to Nancy.Luczynski@williams.edu with your Williams ID number by Sunday. For those interested, there will be services following at 7:30 pm. Contact jnr2@williams.edu with any questions. from Jeffrey N. Rubel, Williams College Jewish Association
RSVP for Rosh Hashanah Dinner
There will be an Erev Rosh Hashanah dinner on Wednesday in the Faculty House at 6 pm. If you are planning on attending, please RSVP to Nancy.Luczynski@williams.edu with your Williams ID number by Sunday. For those interested, there will be services following at 7:30 pm. Contact jnr2@williams.edu with any questions. from Jeffrey N. Rubel, Williams College Jewish Association
Students
Run for College Council! Self-Noms due Sunday by 2pm
Don't forget to submit your self-nomination to run for College Council by this Sunday the 21st! Positions include Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, and 4 Representatives per Class Year. from Emily Dzieciatko, College Council
Run for College Council! Self-Noms due Sunday by 2pm
Don't forget to submit your self-nomination to run for College Council by this Sunday the 21st! Positions include Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, and 4 Representatives per Class Year. from Emily Dzieciatko, College Council
Students
Faculty
Staff
A Conversation with 2014 Bicentennial Medalist Kenard Gibbs '86
SATURDAY 9/20 2:00 - 3:30PM in RICE HOUSE Gibbs will talk about his time at Williams and career in business and entertainment, particularly his affiliations with iconic brands such as Vibe, Jet, and Ebony Magazine, as well as his current tenure as CEO of Soul Train Holdings. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29247 from Amy B. Merselis, The Davis Center
A Conversation with 2014 Bicentennial Medalist Kenard Gibbs '86
SATURDAY 9/20 2:00 - 3:30PM in RICE HOUSE Gibbs will talk about his time at Williams and career in business and entertainment, particularly his affiliations with iconic brands such as Vibe, Jet, and Ebony Magazine, as well as his current tenure as CEO of Soul Train Holdings. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29247 from Amy B. Merselis, The Davis Center
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Faculty
Staff
All About Graduate School
Please join the Physics and Astronomy Departments' Faculty for an informal discussion about graduate school. Come and get all your questions answered. Everything you wanted to know! Today, Friday, September 19th at 2:30 PM in TPL 205. Light refreshments will be offered. from Michele C. Rech, Physics and Astronomy Departments
All About Graduate School
Please join the Physics and Astronomy Departments' Faculty for an informal discussion about graduate school. Come and get all your questions answered. Everything you wanted to know! Today, Friday, September 19th at 2:30 PM in TPL 205. Light refreshments will be offered. from Michele C. Rech, Physics and Astronomy Departments
Students
Career Center Workshops
Take the mystery out of drafting resumes and cover letters and start your job search on the right foot. Check out one of the Campus Workshops scheduled for next week by clicking: careers.williams.edu MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29250 from Michelle A. Shaw, Career Center
Career Center Workshops
Take the mystery out of drafting resumes and cover letters and start your job search on the right foot. Check out one of the Campus Workshops scheduled for next week by clicking: careers.williams.edu MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29250 from Michelle A. Shaw, Career Center
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Faculty
Winter Study '15 Medical Apprenticeship Info Session
Those wishing to pursue a Medical Apprenticeship as their WS course on or off campus during WS '15 should attend a brief informational meeting in Griffin 3 at 6pm, Wednesday, Sept. 24. Required paperwork will be distributed. Please note that preference is given in local placements to upperclassmen. from Jane D. Cary, Career Center
Winter Study '15 Medical Apprenticeship Info Session
Those wishing to pursue a Medical Apprenticeship as their WS course on or off campus during WS '15 should attend a brief informational meeting in Griffin 3 at 6pm, Wednesday, Sept. 24. Required paperwork will be distributed. Please note that preference is given in local placements to upperclassmen. from Jane D. Cary, Career Center
Students
Study Abroad Upcoming Dates
Sophomores! Interested in Study Abroad in your junior year? Check out our website for upcoming date http://study-away.williams.edu/ See more information about Foreign Language sessions for September MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29254 from Karen Ryan, Dean's Office
Study Abroad Upcoming Dates
Sophomores! Interested in Study Abroad in your junior year? Check out our website for upcoming date http://study-away.williams.edu/ See more information about Foreign Language sessions for September MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29254 from Karen Ryan, Dean's Office
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Faculty
Williams Christian Fellowship Cook-out!
Want to catch up with friends? How about meeting some new faces from around campus? Come to Griffin at 6:15 pm today for WCF's annual cook-out, featuring burgers and other standard grill fare, as well as some delicious baked goods! Don't forget to stick around for outrageously hilarious games at 7 pm. from Jane Dai, Williams Christian Fellowship
Williams Christian Fellowship Cook-out!
Want to catch up with friends? How about meeting some new faces from around campus? Come to Griffin at 6:15 pm today for WCF's annual cook-out, featuring burgers and other standard grill fare, as well as some delicious baked goods! Don't forget to stick around for outrageously hilarious games at 7 pm. from Jane Dai, Williams Christian Fellowship
Students
Aspects of Medicine Meeting
Aspects of Medicine, formerly known as the Medical Journal Club, is having its first meeting on Monday (9-22) from 7:00-8:00 PM. All who are interested in medicine, bioethics, and biomedical research are encouraged to come! The meeting will be held in TCL 206. from Cody E. Cotner, Aspects of Medicine
Aspects of Medicine Meeting
Aspects of Medicine, formerly known as the Medical Journal Club, is having its first meeting on Monday (9-22) from 7:00-8:00 PM. All who are interested in medicine, bioethics, and biomedical research are encouraged to come! The meeting will be held in TCL 206. from Cody E. Cotner, Aspects of Medicine
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Faculty
Staff
"Are Asian Applicants Discriminated Against?": Ron Unz Lecture
Entrepreneur, physicist, and advocate Ronald Unz is coming to Williams College to discuss his article, "The Myth of American Meritocracy" discussing his views on the admissions practices of elite colleges and universities as it relates to Asian students. The talk will be at Paresky Auditorium, 730pm, 9/22 from Henry D. Gaines, The Uncomfortable Learning Initiative
"Are Asian Applicants Discriminated Against?": Ron Unz Lecture
Entrepreneur, physicist, and advocate Ronald Unz is coming to Williams College to discuss his article, "The Myth of American Meritocracy" discussing his views on the admissions practices of elite colleges and universities as it relates to Asian students. The talk will be at Paresky Auditorium, 730pm, 9/22 from Henry D. Gaines, The Uncomfortable Learning Initiative
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Faculty
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Campus Wide Fiber Replacement Project
As part of the ongoing Fiber Replacement project throughout campus, Monday, Sept.22 & Tuesday, Sept.23 excavation work will occur in the lawn area between Dropper and Woodbridge House. No parking areas are expected to be impacted, though a sidewalk may be offline during this time. On Wednesday, Sept.24, Thursday, MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29259 from Kimberley J. Racine, Facilities
Campus Wide Fiber Replacement Project
As part of the ongoing Fiber Replacement project throughout campus, Monday, Sept.22 & Tuesday, Sept.23 excavation work will occur in the lawn area between Dropper and Woodbridge House. No parking areas are expected to be impacted, though a sidewalk may be offline during this time. On Wednesday, Sept.24, Thursday, MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29259 from Kimberley J. Racine, Facilities
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Watson Fellowship apps and recommendations due MONDAY
Watson /Chandler Fellowship applications and supporting recommendations are due to the Fellowships Office Mon, Sept 22. Applications are submitted via GLOW2; recommendations (using the form provided by the applicant to the recommender) are submitted to Lynn Chick (mchick@williams.edu) from Lynn Chick, Dean's Office
Watson Fellowship apps and recommendations due MONDAY
Watson /Chandler Fellowship applications and supporting recommendations are due to the Fellowships Office Mon, Sept 22. Applications are submitted via GLOW2; recommendations (using the form provided by the applicant to the recommender) are submitted to Lynn Chick (mchick@williams.edu) from Lynn Chick, Dean's Office
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Luce Scholar Deadline EXTENDED
The campus deadline for the Luce Scholarship has been extended to October 1. Seniors and recent alumni are eligible to apply for this one year program which places the scholar in an internship in an Asian country. Language skills are not expected. For more info http://www.hluce.org/lsprogram.aspx from Lynn Chick, Dean's Office
Luce Scholar Deadline EXTENDED
The campus deadline for the Luce Scholarship has been extended to October 1. Seniors and recent alumni are eligible to apply for this one year program which places the scholar in an internship in an Asian country. Language skills are not expected. For more info http://www.hluce.org/lsprogram.aspx from Lynn Chick, Dean's Office
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Want to help advance the movement for health as a human right?
Join the Williams College chapter of Partners In Health Engage for its first community-wide meeting of the year on Sunday, Sept. 21st at 12:30pm in Griffin 4. All members (both new and returning) are welcome to attend! Help us to advocate, educate, and generate funds to support the work of Partners In Health! MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29263 from Kirby S. Neuner, Partners In Health Engage
Want to help advance the movement for health as a human right?
Join the Williams College chapter of Partners In Health Engage for its first community-wide meeting of the year on Sunday, Sept. 21st at 12:30pm in Griffin 4. All members (both new and returning) are welcome to attend! Help us to advocate, educate, and generate funds to support the work of Partners In Health! MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29263 from Kirby S. Neuner, Partners In Health Engage
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