Wake students participate in National Voter Registration Day today

September 28, 2021  |   Student, Top Stories

After last year’s Presidential election, voter registration efforts slowed a bit on college campuses nationwide. But today during National Voter Registration Day, Wake Forest students will hit the ground running to get re-energized around voting.

WFU in the news: Sept. 20-26

September 28, 2021  |   Top Stories, Wake Forest in the News

Selected news clips courtesy of Wake Forest University News & Communications

WFU student Jessica Mark, a participant in the Virtual Tutoring program

Wake Forest students paying it forward with virtual tutoring

September 23, 2021  |   Student, Top Stories

Savannah Littlejohn, Landon Bradshaw and Jessica Mark have all benefited from tutoring in the past. So when they learned about Wake Forest’s Virtual Tutoring program, they didn’t hesitate to sign up.

What does a low carbon economy mean for U.S. workers?

September 22, 2021  |   Faculty, Top Stories

Economics professor Mark Curtis researches the balance between green jobs and lost jobs – looking at the implications for U.S. workers in a low carbon economy.

WFU in the news: Sept. 13-19

September 21, 2021  |   Top Stories, Wake Forest in the News

Selected news clips courtesy of Wake Forest University News & Communications

Changing community through the arts, panel discussion at IdeasCityWS

September 20, 2021  |   Faculty, Top Stories

Dance professor Christina Soriano will moderate a panel discussion on the arts at IdeasCityWS on Oct. 2 at 2 p.m. at Bailey Park in downtown Winston-Salem.

hat toss

Class of 2020 celebrates Commencement on campus

September 18, 2021  |   Events, Top Stories

More than 700 graduates from the Class of 2020 returned to walk across the stage in front of Wait Chapel for a long-awaited in-person commencement ceremony.

Malcolm Gladwell at WFU

WFU puts students face-to-face with Malcolm Gladwell

September 15, 2021  |   Top Stories

Students from WFU and other area colleges enjoyed an hour with author Malcolm Gladwell as part of the University’s Face to Face Speaker Forum.

Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou Artist-in-Residence Award nominations open

September 15, 2021  |   Arts & Culture, Community, Top Stories

Wake Forest University is accepting nominations for the newly established Maya Angelou Artist-in-Residence Award.

Eviction is about more than losing a home

September 14, 2021  |   Community in Progress, Events, Faculty, Top Stories

A Q&A with cultural anthropology professor Sherri Lawson Clark, whose research focuses on the point where housing and health and welfare policies meet.

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