The Social Research Colloquium

The colloquium ranges widely across society, politics, economics, culture, and the arts and generates lively discussions.

English and Linguistics Information Session

Combs 139 1301 College Ave., Fredericksburg, VA

If you have questions about the majors in English and English: Creative Writing and/or the minors in English Literature and Linguistics, please join us for this upcoming information session. It […]

Creative Writing Alumni Panel & Reading

Combs 139 1301 College Ave., Fredericksburg, VA

Panelists: Lindsey Kowaki, Oliva Lehman and Colleen Cosgriff   UMW Creative Writing Alumni will discuss life after graduation, career choices, and writing practices, and they will read a selection of […]

Social Research Colloquium

Brenta Blevins, "(Dis)Embodiment in Mixed Reality Protests: Tradition and Novelty in Embodied Rhetoric"   212 Monroe Hall

Free

Social Research Colloquium

Marco Millones Mayer, "Zooming in the long tail: an urban hierarchy model to guide public policy in and uneven geography context"   212 Monroe Hall

Free

Social Research Colloquium

Susan Fernsebner, "Draw a Person: Child Psychology, Children’s Drawings, and Play in 1920s China   212 Monroe Hall

Free

Social Research Colloquium with AHSSI

Monroe 212 1301 College Ave, Fredericksburg, VA

Paul Fallon and Marcus Leppanen will discuss AHSSI projects: "Writing Systems Inventory Database." Paul D. Fallon, Associate Professor of Linguistics. "Effects of Mindful Attention on Memory: An Eye tracking Investigation." […]

Free