2012 Highlights: Mentoring Archive


Weaving education, entertainment

October 16, 2012  |   2012 Highlights: Mentoring, Arts & Culture, Engaging in the Arts, For Alumni, For Parents, International, Mentoring, Student, Students Taking the Lead, Top Stories, Wake Forest College

Jawad Wahabzada (’14) finds balancing schoolwork and the global promotion of his documentary “Children of Kabul” a challenge, but says taking courses you love and connecting with a good mentor can make a difference.


Infectious mentoring

October 10, 2012  |   2012 Highlights: Mentoring, Alumni, Faculty, For Alumni, For Parents, Mentoring, Personal and Career Development, Research, Top Stories, Wake Forest College

More than 30 of Ray Kuhn’s former students, plus their spouses or significant others, gathered in Clemmons last month to celebrate their mentor’s 70th birthday and their shared experiences as his research partners. Kuhn’s work as a mentor has grown a close-knit group that spans generations.


URECA: supporting undergraduate research

October 5, 2012  |   2012 Highlights: Humanities, 2012 Highlights: Mentoring, 2012 Highlights: Science and Research, Faculty, For Alumni, For Parents, Mentoring, Research, Student, Top Stories, Wake Forest College

Undergraduate research has been a cornerstone of Wake Forest’s commitment to academic excellence. Now the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URECA) Center provides student grants and administrative support for mentored, undergraduate research and encourages high-quality programs of great impact.


Lead where you live

August 28, 2012  |   2012 Highlights: Mentoring, For Alumni, For Parents, Staff, Student, Top Stories

When Ethan Groce (’13) came to Wake Forest, he wanted to be a leader. So, in addition to becoming a President’s Aide and taking an active role in Student Government, he decided to follow in the footsteps of someone he admired and respected: his resident adviser.


Waking up teens

August 16, 2012  |   2012 Highlights: Mentoring, Community, For Alumni, For Parents, Mentoring, Pro Humanitate, Staff, Student, Top Stories

Participants in Wake Forest’s new mentorship pilot program, WAKE ME!, learned the importance of college preparation and the value of pro humanitate.

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