Sherwin Bitsui, a Navajo poet, will give a reading of his works at Williams College on Wednesday, Feb. 17.
Williams College’s Black Student Union revisits the enduring legacy of the Voting Rights Act with a lecture by Dorian Warren. This event will take place on Thursday, Feb. 18, at 7 p.m. in Griffin Hall, room 3.
Williams College invites you to experience the wonders of our universe at the Milham Planetarium, located inside the Old Hopkins Observatory at Williams College.
Williams College today announced a lecture series “Diversity-Equity-Social Justice: Difficult Dialogues in Higher Education.”
David Gürçay-Morris, associate professor of theatre, will present the opening lecture in Williams College’s annual Faculty Lecture Series on Thursday, Feb. 11.
Dorothy Wang has been awarded the 2016 Best Book in Literary Criticism from the Association for Asian American Studies (AAAS) for Thinking Its Presence: Form, Race, and Subjectivity in Contemporary Asian American Poetry.
During February and March, Williams College will sponsor its annual Faculty Lecture Series. The aim of the series is to present big ideas beyond disciplinary boundaries. The lectures of the series will occur on Feb. 11, 18, and 25, and March 3, 10, and 17.
The 2016 Tournées/Williams College French Film Festival will take place once a week at 7 p.m. on Feb. 15, 22, and on March 2, 9, and 16. On Feb. 29, it will begin at 6:15 p.m. for a special screening of Fabienne Kanor’s La noiraude.
Francis Oakley, Williams College President Emeritus, Edward Dorr Griffin Professor of the History of Ideas, Emeritus, and Senior Oakley Fellow, has been awarded the Medieval Academy of America’s Haskins Medal for his trilogy, The Emergence of Western Political Thought in the Latin Middle Ages.
Williams College will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. with a day of events on Monday, January 18. All are welcome to attend these free, public events.
Williams College senior Teddy Cohan has been named a Schwarzman Scholar and member of the inaugural cohort of the new scholarship program.
Williams College Professor of Music Ileana Perez Velazquez has been awarded a $12,000 commission from the prestigious Fromm Music Foundation of Harvard University to create a new work.
Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist Dan Barry, who writes the newspaper’s “This Land” column, will speak at Williams College at 4 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 11.
Aaron Kelton announced today that he is resigning as head football coach at Williams at the end of this month to pursue other opportunities.
Following the recommendation of the Committee on Appointments and Promotions, the Williams College Board of Trustees Executive Committee has voted to promote four faculty to the position of associate professor with tenure.
Williams College has offered admission to 246 students under its Early Decision plan. The 121 women and 125 men will make up 44.7 percent of the incoming Class of 2020, whose ultimate target size is 550.
David Dethier, Edward Brust Professor of Geology and Mineralogy at Williams College, has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Neil Roberts, chair of religion and associate professor of Africana studies at Williams College, has been elected president of the Caribbean Philosophical Association (CPA). He will begin his term in January 2017.
The annual Christmas Service of Lessons and Carols at Williams College will be held at 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 12 and 13 in Thompson Memorial Chapel.
Rashida K. Braggs, assistant professor of Africana Studies, has received a grant from the Rutgers Institute of Jazz Studies to continue her research on jazz.