Modeling Social-Structure Driven Language Change by Nicholas Gardner '19, Monday, April 1, 1 - 1:45 pm, Stetson Court Classroom 101, Mathematics ColloquiumFind out more »
Monthly Math/Stat Department Dinner, 5:30 - 7:30 pm, Dennett Private Dining Room, Mission Park. All are welcome. Free for students without meal plans.Find out more »
An Introduction to the Analytic Class Number Formula by Nam Nguyen '19, Wednesday, April 3, Stetson Court Classroom 101, Mathematics ColloquiumFind out more »
Seven months after the start of the US war in neighboring Iraq in 2003, Kevin Bubriski sought out assignment work in Syria because he wanted to photograph the deep cultural history there and the human face of Syria.Find out more »
We invite you to join us as we commemorate the fifty-year presence of Africana Studies at Williams College. Events run April 4-7.Find out more »
The Earth Institute of Columbia University offers masters programs in Environmental Science & Policy, Sustainability Science, and Sustainability Policy.
Avantika Goswani, Program Manager, The Earth Institute, will be on campus April 5.
Africana Studies presents a series of panels with former and current students, faculty and community members as part of the weekend-long commemoration of its 50-year presence at Williams.Find out more »
Schow Gallery at Sawyer Library and the Program in Africana Studies invite you to a reception and walk through of this spring’s exhibit celebrating fifty years of Africana Studies at Williams.Find out more »
In "Russian Performances: Looking Back on 3 Editors, 27 Essays, and 10 Years", professor Julie Cassiday will reflect on the writing and publishing of her book Russian Performances. Word, Object, Action (University of Wisconsin Press. 2018)Find out more »
Canceled -- Portraying Jews, Gender, and Sexuality in American Popular Media: A Conversation with Ilana Glazer
This event has been canceled due to unforeseen professional obligations on the part of the speaker.Find out more »