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Wednesday, November 8

Fifth Third Bank Summer Internship Information Session

Come to the Fifth Third Bank Information Session to learn about 2018 Summer Internships. Meet with Fifth Third Bank Representatives. Register on Handshake...

Sicko - works by Sarah Lewiecki, curated by Andy Rosenwald

Opening reception Tues., Nov. 7 from 5-7PM Sicko is a solo exhibition of works in diverse media by Sarah Lewiecki, curated by Andy Rosenwald as part of the...

Tim Youd: Moveable Type

Monday - Friday 10am-5pm Saturday & Sunday 1-5pm In her 1964 essay Against Interpretation Susan Sontag famously pointed out that, “in place of a...

Habitat for Humanity Build Days

In continuing a strong partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County, Wake Forest University is once again sponsoring the construction of a Habitat...

Wabash College Campus Visit -- Wake Forest Specialized Masters Programs (MA, MSA, MSBA)

Neel Brooks, Assistant Director of Enrollment Management, will be on campus hosting an information session and 1 on 1 consultations. Email Neel if you're...

Time Management - Juggling Multiple Priorities (Personal Progression)

Do you have more to do than you can possibly accomplish? Do you struggle with knowing what to spend your time on? Are there too many competing demands for...

Hendrix College Campus Visit -- Wake Forest Specialized Masters Programs (MA, MSA, MSBA)

Come out and meet an enrollment management team member and learn more about our leading programs and the application process. The Wake Forest School of...

Testaments of War: World War I in Literature, Art, and Memoir

2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the United States’ declaration of war on Germany, which sent thousands of Americans to the front lines in France. The...

Escape the Museum: Central Africa

This student-curated interactive exhibit explores the traditional arts of Central African peoples while also serving as the setting for a series of puzzles...

Life After Death: The Day of the Dead in Mexico

The MOA’s annual exhibit celebrates the unique Mexican observance of the Day of the Dead. The exhibit’s centerpiece is a traditional ofrenda, an altar with...

Vienna: A City of Culture and Contrast

Vienna, Austria, is a renowned icon of world culture, the birthplace of classical music, and a sophisticated example of a planned urban environment. The...

 Ethiopian and Eritrean Coffee Experience

The Habesha Students Association offered free Ethiopian and Eritrean coffee to bring the Wake Forest Community together. Please join us and have a real...

MindfulWake Mid-Week Meditation

Join the Chaplain's Office for a simple introduction to a profoundly better way of living. MindfulWake programs will give you all the tools you need to bring...

Working Women@Wake: negotiation series

This fall, Working Women@Wake delves into research around gender and negotation to help you expand your negotiation comfort zone and build your negotiation...

“Materials and Measurements for Printed and Flexible Electronics”

Dr. Dean M. DeLongchamp Leader, Polymers Processing Group National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg, MD Refreshments will be served at...

Wellbeing Wednesday-Tai Chi

Get introduced to the meditative art of Tai Chi. First 20 people get a free stress ball.

ASTP Training Sessions

The goal of ASTP is to educate on alcohol-related behavior while increasing members' interest in critically examining their drinking patterns and eventually...

Networking at Nattys (MBA)  Greensboro, NC

Are you a working professional and considering an MBA from the Wake Forest School of Business? Meet with Colleen VonDohlen, Associate Director of the Evening...

The Empathy Challenge:  Basic Requirements for Building Extraordinary Relationships

Workshop Description: This interactive session allows members of our community to explore the topics of self-identity, empathy and the requirements for...

Japanese Calligraphy

Japan Outreach Coordinator, Nana Watanobe, will be hosting a Japanese calligraphy practice session!

Wednesday, November 8