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Monday, February 4

One-on-One Resume Review Sessions

Need the polish up your resume as you apply for jobs, grants, etc.? School of Divinity leadership development coordinators will be holding one-on-one resume...

Zotero-Introduction to collecting, managing, and citing your research sources

Zotero is a powerful open-source citations manager and research tool that integrates directly into the Firefox, Chrome or Safari web browser. Participants...

Gold Apron

Gold Apron cooking provides the opportunity for Wake Forest students, faculty, and staff to learn about healthy eating through watching cooking...

Roots - An Israeli Settler & Palestinian Activist in Dialogue

Cultiating a Foundation for Peace Across the Deepest Divides. A local Palestinian Israeli Initiative for Understanding, Nonviolence and...

Safety and Security Assurance of Autonomous Vehicles

A presentation by Dr. Sarra Alqahtani, Postdoctoral Research Assitant in Computational Neuroscience and Adaptive Systems (CNAS) lab and the Sotftware...

 2019 Forrest W. Clonts Lecture; speaker Paul Kramer

You are cordially invited to the 2019 Forrest W. Clonts Lecture, “Sovereignty’s Edges: US immigration control and the boundaries of American power in the...

Wake Divinity Dialogue Series: Talking Across Theological Differences

Annually, Wake Forest University School of Divinity hosts The Wake Divinity Dialogue Series (WDDS) in the spring. Our sustained dialogue (or conversations)...

Studio Series I

Senior Theatre major Charles Cicchino will direct Vito on the Beach by Samuel Schwartz. A heartfelt, romantic dramedy, Vito on the Beach shows the emerging...

Monday, February 4