March 8, 2021 | Top Stories
For years, Julia McElhinny thought she wanted to be a marine biologist — until she watched the documentary film “An Inconvenient Truth.”
Wake Forest biologist Dave Anderson is among a global team of researchers contributing to a new study showing that albatrosses and closely related seabirds spend 39% of their time on the high seas where no single country has jurisdiction.
Leading scholars will join physicians, attorneys, religious leaders, government leaders, engineers, educators, business executives and other professionals to explore the role of character in the professions at a three-day virtual conference.
Donna A. Boswell, Wake Forest University’s former and first female chair of the Board of Trustees, received the Medallion of Merit during the annual Founders’ Day Convocation.
Wake Forest’s Face to Face Speaker Forum will host Former Secretaries of State Madeleine Albright and General Colin L. Powell for a virtual conversation on Thursday, March 18 at 7 p.m.
Wake Forest University has established a new center to give critical, intellectual voice to the experience of African Americans through research-driven initiatives, programming and community facing work.
In 2005, hundreds of earthenware pots and other pre-Columbian artifacts from ancient West Mexico became part of the collections of Wake Forest University’s Museum of Anthropology. The pieces included 162 complete ceramic vessels, ceramic figurines, greenstone beads and necklaces, an obsidian spear and arrow points, knives and grinding stones.
While celebrating her life and iconic autobiography “I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings,” Wake Forest University officials, famous African Americans and her son paid tribute to renowned author and longtime University professor Maya Angelou.
After an international search for the 14th president of Wake Forest University, the Board of Trustees, upon the unanimous recommendation of the appointed search committee, has named Susan R. Wente as the next leader of Wake Forest.
With colder weather ahead, Wake Forest has created a new space called “Fireside on Manchester.” The Plaza is now home to temporary ‘outdoor living rooms’ with fire pits and safely-distanced Adirondack chairs.