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Did Somebody Say Road Trip?

Road Trip to the Virginia Department of Forensic Science – Central Laboratory in Richmond

Thursday, March 10, 2:00pm

An in-depth and fascinating behind-the-scenes look at forensic science and the people and facilities that make it happen. DFS scientists provide technical assistance and training, evaluate and analyze evidence, interpret results, and provide expert testimony related to the analyses of physical evidence recovered from crime scenes and submitted for examination.

There are limited spots available, so RSVP quickly! If you are interested and able to attend, please email Don Snyder at the Cohen Career Center, by March 3rd.

*Students are responsible for their own transportation

Interested in the idea of an MD/MBA?

Want to hear about how Physicians can work to cut healthcare costs? Like FREE CATERED NAWAB? If you answered yes to all of those questions, please RSVP to the "Innovating the Industries" event held on February 21st at 12pm in Miller Hall Room 1013 by filling out this quick form.

Spots are LIMITED so sign up ASAP!

William & Mary's Net Impact chapter, as part of the Up to Us competition, is inviting Daniel Liebman, a current MD/MBA candidate at Harvard Medical School. He works for an innovative organization called Costs of Care, which strives to educate medical professionals about lowering healthcare costs by 'curating physicians insights'.

If you have any questions please direct them to Sruveera Sathi:

Summer Funding (Up to $3,600) for Math & Science Majors Interested in Teaching Math or Science

Summer funding and mentoring from the Robert Noyce Scholarship Program is intended to give math and science majors a chance to explore teaching as a potential career. Noyce supports summer experiences in STEM education and teaching nationwide – summer school programs, camps, projects with School of Education faculty, and more. Summer internship experiences supported by the Noyce grant are individualized to your interests and availability. Experiences are 2 – 8 weeks, and Noyce provides funding of up to $450/week. Interested students should submit an application & additional materials by March 1st to receive priority consideration. Submit applications to Interested students are also highly encouraged to contact Noyce mentor/recruiter, Amy Chen,, to schedule a brief meeting to chat about your interests and summer plans.

If you are a math or science major interested in earning a degree in secondary math or science education, apply to become a Noyce Scholar – receive a $10,000/year tuition scholarship and additional support. See more details at these websites and contact to find out more.

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March 19, 2016

School of Education (301 Monticello Avenue)

The William & Mary Women’s Leadership Summit (WLS) and Stock Pitch Competition will be held on March 19, 2016 at the Professional Development Center at the College of William & Mary. This event has two components: the stock pitch competition, which will take place in the morning, and the leadership summit, which will take place in the afternoon. Over 100 students from the College of William & Mary and women representing top universities from across the country will participate in the stock pitch competition and summit. We will also invite William & Mary alumni as well as professional guests to engage in the summit.

Their mission is to cultivate an environment in which undergraduate women may discover their passions and explore their career potential. We aim to do this by hosting an event that bridges skills, knowledge, and expertise, encourages collaboration across campus, and unites accomplished professional women who will develop and mentor the next generation of leaders.

If you are a William & Mary student and would like to be nominated to attend this conference, please fill out this form:

Don's ISC Quick Advising Hours

Don Snyder, the Career Center's resident Science & Tech expert, will be holding quick advising on Tuesdays in February from 1:00 to 3:00 in the ISC. If you've got any science career questions, stop on by!

Hey Geologists!

I know you're there. And you might be wondering what you're going to do with all those rocks once you graduate. Well, a possible option is to become a Petroleum Geologist. Watch this video from Candid Career to learn more about DIGGIN' FOR OIL (insert There Will be Blood reference of your choice here).

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