Research Archive


Religious involvement lessens likelihood of owning a handgun

January 13, 2017  |   Faculty, Research

Americans who are more involved in religious congregations are less likely to own handguns, according to a new study by Wake Forest University sociologist David Yamane.


WFU embarks on new era as Wake Downtown classes begin in the Innovation Quarter

January 5, 2017  |   Admissions, Faculty, Provost, Research, Staff, Student, Top Stories

Wake Downtown classes begin Tuesday, Jan. 10, marking the beginning of an historic era for Wake Forest University as it moves undergraduate courses into Wake Forest Innovation Quarter in downtown Winston-Salem.


WFU researchers part of national NIH grant to study exercise

December 13, 2016  |   Faculty, Research, Top Stories

Developing a comprehensive map of the molecular changes in the human body that occur in response to physical activity is the focus of a new $170 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) awards program that will support researchers across the country, including Wake Forest University professors of Health and Exercise Science researchers Jack Rejeski and Anthony Marsh.


NSF funding helps WFU develop diverse, competitive STEM workforce

November 1, 2016  |   Research, Staff

Wake Forest University is part of a new National Science Foundation (NSF) funded alliance that will help historically underrepresented minorities work toward careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).


Research Day highlights ‘big time’ research by students

October 11, 2016  |   Faculty, Mentoring, Research, Student, Teacher-Scholar, Top Stories

Undergraduate Research Day, a hallmark campus event at Wake Forest University, celebrated its 10-year milestone Friday, Oct. 7 in a new space, Z. Smith Reynolds Library’s atrium.

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