In a message sent to the Wake Forest campus community today, President Nathan Hatch announced the major elements of the University’s plans to reopen for Fall 2020.
Do virtual meetings level the playing field? Not usually. Communications professor Rebecca Gill says moving online does not solve the problems of bias and discrimination that are often part of the in-person working world.
Wake Forest undergrads nationwide are getting remote professional experience this summer working with Winston-Salem organizations in need of help fulfilling their missions.
Wake Forest University’s Slavery, Race and Memory Project has published a collection of essays that examine the institution of slavery and its ties to the University.
“A father prepares his daughter for the road, rather than preparing the road for his daughter,” says Linda Nielsen, a nationally recognized expert on father-daughter relationships.
The short- and long-term economic repercussions of this global pandemic will be far-reaching and are as yet unknown. But, for experienced professionals who have been considering a job change, or who are worried about what that future might hold, there are ways to prepare.
While most Wake Forest students went home after learning that classes would be taught remotely for the remainder of the semester because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Davis Feldman headed to New York to work in a hospital built for coronavirus patients.
Significant planning and preparation remains before details are finalized, but Wake Forest President Nathan Hatch announced today to the Wake Forest community plans for on-campus undergraduate courses to begin on August 26 and run through Nov. 24.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought into focus the importance of state governments and the wide-ranging authority of state officials, especially governors, in responding to emergencies. John Dinan, a Wake Forest University professor of politics and a leading national expert on federalism, state constitutions and state legislatures, can discuss the emergency power of state governments and governors.
Business and enterprise management major and 2020 grad Sam Chason has been awarded a Deac Fast Pass to Winston Starts, a startup incubator dedicated to nurturing entrepreneurs and helping them develop and scale their business ideas.