Spring at Cambridge House
Study Days at Cambridge House — Thursdays and Fridays from 11 AM to 5 PM
Undergraduate and graduate students are welcome every Thursday and Friday during term to study, use our library, and spend time in fellowship with others. Study Days will pause during the week of March 11th through 19th for Spring Break.
Faculty & Staff Winter Open House — Saturday, January 21st
Co-sponsored by InterVarsity Fellowship’s Graduate and Faculty Ministry
Faculty Fellowship Dinner — Monday, February 27th
Co-sponsored by InterVarsity’s Graduate and Faculty Ministry. A time to discuss the integration of faith and the academic calling and to deepen community with other faculty and professional staff. Please note: Unlike our Open Houses, which are open to spouses and family, these dinners are only for faculty and staff.
Student Lecture: Discerning Your Vocation with Rev. Dr. Travis Guse — Wednesday, March 22nd from 6 PM to 8 PM
All students, undergraduate and graduate, are invited to join us at Cambridge House for dinner and a thoughtful dive into wisdom from the theology of Martin Luther. Click here to view a replay of the lecture on YouTube!
Public Lecture: “Ghosts Can Be Fierce and Instructive” Flannery O’Connor and the Christ-Haunted South with Dr. Christina Bieber Lake — Thursday, April 13th at 6:30 PM (Wren Chapel)
Dr. Christina Bieber Lake, Clyde S. Kilby Professor of English at Wheaton College, will give the first Cambridge House Public Lecture at William & Mary on Thursday, April 13th at 6:30 PM. Christina will explore the theological themes of the great southern fiction writer, Flannery O’Connor. Christina Lake, Clyde S. Kilby Professor of English at Wheaton College, will be speaking on the literature of Flannery O’Connor. All W&M Faculty, Staff, and Students are welcome.
Faculty Workshop: The Flourishing Professor: Vocational Renewal for Faculty with Dr. Christina Bieber Lake — Saturday, April 15th from 10:15 AM to 12 PM (Ford Room, Reeder Media Center, Ground Floor, Swem Library)
Do you ever struggle with burnout—or worry that you might someday face it? Do you sometimes feel guilty about not getting as much research done in the summer as you planned, only to return to intensive teaching commitments in the fall? Do you desire to recover the sense of joy and vocation that drew you to academic teaching? Led by Dr. Christina Bieber Lake, author of The Flourishing Teacher, this faculty workshop will support you in recovering a sense of vocation, managing time, and laying plans to flourish in the classroom and in your research. All faculty are welcome, and lunch will be provided for those who RSVP.
Student Lecture: Old Testament Theology: A Concise Introduction with Dr. Brent Strawn — Thursday, April 27th from 6 PM to 8 PM
Cambridge House will host an in-house lecture on Thursday, April 27th at 6 to 8 PM with Dr. Brent Strawn, D. Moody Smith Distinguished Professor of Old Testament and Professor of Law at Duke Divinity School. We look forward to hearing from Dr. Strawn on the Old Testament and insights from his book, The Old Testament: A Concise Introduction. Dinner will be included! RSVP below to let us know you’re coming.
Book Discussion Groups
Student Reading Group: Augustine’s Confessions — Complete
We will read through The Confessions – a spiritual autobiography of one of the world’s greatest thinkers. All undergraduate and graduate William & Mary students are welcome. Feel free to bring your lunch with you; coffee and tea (and often dessert) will be provided. We will use the excellent edition of The Confessions translated by Maria Boulding.
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