Headlines

MBA students to appear on “Good Morning America”

April 23, 1996  |   Media Advisory, National, Recognition, Student

When MBA students from Wake Forest University, along with Special Olympics participants, greet the nation on ABC-TV’s “Good Morning, America” in May, they will represent the 200 full-time graduate management students at the Babcock School who have contributed several hundred hours of service to the community this year.

Bryan gift benefits men’s, women’s golf programs

April 22, 1996  |   Athletics, Media Advisory

Joseph M. Bryan, a North Carolina businessman whose enthusiasm for philanthropy was matched by his love for golf, left a $500,000 bequest to Wake Forest University that will help support the university’s men’s and women’s golf teams, it was announced today.

New grant expands Japanese course offerings at WFU

April 19, 1996  |   Media Advisory

Wake Forest University students interested in studying Japanese language and culture will have more course offerings soon as a result of a $86,400 grant from the Japan Foundation Salary Assistance Program.

Trustees approve budget, elect new members

April 19, 1996  |   Media Advisory

Wake Forest University’s board of trustees have approved a total operating budget of $453 million for fiscal 1996, which begins July 1.

Middle school students to learn about nursing

April 19, 1996  |   Media Advisory

Nearly 50 middle school students will learn about the science of nursing during a Saturday Science Symposium Saturday, April 20.

Huntington Beach resident wins full scholarship

April 9, 1996  |   Media Advisory, Student

Bradley Thomas Gilmore of Huntington Beach is one of five high school seniors awarded a 1996 Nancy S. Reynolds Scholarship to attend Wake Forest University.

1 572 573 574

Wake Forest News

336.758.5237
media@wfu.edu
Meet the News Team

News Archives