David Zirin, a sportswriter for The Nation, hosts a panel of athletes to talk about Sports and Community: fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad, basketball player Mahmoud Abul-Rauf, and track athlete John Carlos.

WFU leads the way in Rethinking Community

October 23, 2017  |   Community, Events, Faculty, Pro Humanitate, Speakers, Top Stories

Wake Forest has never been more committed to being a place that celebrates free speech and encourages open and direct dialogue, thoughtful and challenging conversation, and above all, the mutual respect that each individual deserves.

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Wake Forest to host 800 children for ‘Project Pumpkin’ on Oct. 25

October 19, 2017  |   Community, Events, Student, Top Stories

Wake Forest students will host approximately 800 children from local schools and agencies for ‘Project Pumpkin’ on Wednesday, October 25, from 3 to 6 p.m. on Hearn Plaza.

Wake Forest political science professor Michael Pisapia teaches his class on modern political thought in Kirby Hall.

Comfortable with conflict: WFU faculty help students navigate political divisions

October 17, 2017  |   Faculty, Student, Top Stories, Valuing Diversity

Americans are more divided along party lines than ever, according to a new Pew Research Center study. It’s no wonder college campuses across the country are at the center of so much political unrest. At Wake Forest, faculty are making conscious efforts to help students get comfortable with a healthy degree of conflict as part of their academic and personal growth.

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Wake Washington Center: New hub for D.C. Deacs

October 10, 2017  |   Admissions, Alumni, Faculty, Student, Top Stories

In the morning, Wake Forest University sophomore Jay Sherrill rides the D.C. metro to Capitol Hill to work on trade policy briefs for a subcommittee of the House Ways and Means Committee. In the evening, he shares his first-hand experience with classmates in his “U.S. Policymaking in the 21st Century” class at the University’s new Wake Washington Center.

Wake Forest biology professor Gloria Muday works with arabidopsis plants in her lab at Wake Downtown.

$900K NSF grant helps WFU researchers look for the big picture in big data

October 10, 2017  |   Faculty, Research, Student, Top Stories

Thanks to a $900,000 award from the National Science Foundation, Wake Forest University researchers are examining how plant hormone ethylene affects growth and development of the roots of Arabidopsis thaliana, which is a genetic model used to provide insight into other plants.

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