University Calendar

Sep
12
Wed
SHRM Learning System Course @ Stafford Campus Tickets
Sep 12 @ 6:00 pm – Dec 5 @ 9:00 pm

The University of Mary Washington is now offering the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) Learning System course in the classroom and live online starting Wednesday, September 12. The course will be held at the Stafford campus from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm for 13 sessions (no class the week of Thanksgiving) on Wednesdays.

To register for the course or for more information: www.umw.edu/shrm

Oct
18
Thu
Shakespeare and the Refugees: A Lecture by Professor Douglas Lanier, University of New Hampshire @ Combs Hall, Room 139 Tickets
Oct 18 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Shakespeare and the Refugees: A Lecture by Professor Douglas Lanier, University of New Hampshire @ Combs Hall, Room 139 | Fredericksburg | Virginia | United States

The Wendy Shadwell ’63 Program Endowment in British Literature presents a lecture: Shakespeare and the Refugees by Douglas Lanier, Professor English, University of New Hampshire.

Oct
23
Tue
George Derek Musgrove: “Cold War / Chocolate City: Race and Democracy in the ‘Capital of the Free World'” @ Monroe Hall 346 Tickets
Oct 23 @ 6:00 pm

Dr. George Derek Musgrove (University of Maryland, Baltimore County) will give the second lecture of UMW’s fall lecture series, “Moscow and Washington: Capitals of the Cold War Past and Present?” The title of his lecture is “Cold War / Chocolate City: Race and Democracy in the ‘Capital of the Free World’”.

Nov
6
Tue
Stephen Bittner: Soviet Dissidence, the Moscow Intelligentsia, and the Cold War @ Monroe Hall 346 Tickets
Nov 6 @ 6:00 pm

Dr. Stephen Bittner (Sonoma State University) will give the second lecture in the UMW fall lecture series, “Moscow-Washington: Capitals of the Cold War Past and Present?” The title of his lecture is “Soviet Dissidence, the Moscow Intelligentsia, and the Cold War.”

Stephen Bittner: Soviet Dissidence, the Moscow Intelligentsia, and the Cold War. @ Monroe Hall 346 Tickets
Nov 6 @ 6:00 pm

Stephen Bittner (Sonoma State University) will deliver the second lecture of the fall 2018 lecture series, “Moscow–Washington: Capitals of the Cold War Past and Present?” Organized by the Department of History and American Studies, this lecture series explores the urban histories of Moscow and Washington, and how they shaped Russian-American relations during the Cold War and into the present. The lectures are open to the UMW community and the public. Professor Bittner’s lecture is titled, “Soviet Dissidence, the Moscow Intelligentsia, and the Cold War.”