A loyal friend of Wake Forest and a 2011 recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award, Porter B. Byrum, has given Park Road Shopping Center to Wake Forest University, Wingate University and Queens University of Charlotte.
Carmen I. Canales will join Wake Forest as associate vice president for human resources and chief human resources officer on July 1, 2011. Canales comes to Wake Forest from Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, PLLC.
What’s new in the Piedmont Triad Research Park and downtown Winston-Salem will be presented by a panel of speakers June 9 in an event that is part of the 2011 Technology and Innovation Series.
Edward Abraham, M.D., the chair of the Department of Medicine and Spencer Chair in Medical Science Leadership at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), has been named dean of Wake Forest School of Medicine.
In light of recent tornadoes across the South, the University encourages students, staff and faculty to review information on the Wake Alert website relating to tornadoes and other types of severe weather.
April 15th, 2011 | University Announcement
Wake Forest will be the first university in the world to unite every member of the extended campus community with a site-wide license for Cisco WebEx Meeting Center. The tools will roll out campus-wide over the rest of the spring semester, and by the fall, WebEx tools will be fully accessible and supported.
President Nathan O. Hatch announced today that Jill Tiefenthaler will step down as provost to become the 13th president of Colorado College in Colorado Springs. Her resignation as provost will be effective June 30, 2011.
Officials at Wake Forest learned April 1 that the university is one of 12 applicants to host one of the debates to be sponsored and produced in 2012 by the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD).
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center reveals name changes and a new visual identity.
Wake Forest has signed a lease for space in the former International Trade Center building at 200 North College Street in Charlotte. The building will be renamed the Wake Forest University Charlotte Center and house all current and future executive education programs.