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Z. Smith Reynolds Library

1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106

The Z. Smith Reynolds Library, with a collection of over 1.7 million volumes, materials expenditures of almost $4 million, and an operating budget of over $7 million, serves over 4,300 undergraduates and 2,200 graduate and professional students within the Wake Forest Schools of Business and Accountancy, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and the Wake Forest Divinity School.

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336-758-4931

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zsr.wfu.edu

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Upcoming Events

Exhibit: What's In A Name?: The Legacy of Ed Christman

Exhibit: What's In A Name?: The Legacy of Ed... 2/15 9:00am

Exhibit / Administrative, Z. Smith Reynolds Library

Edgar D. Christman joined the Wake Forest community in 1947, when he enrolled at a college that he had never seen. Christman remained with Wake Forest from...

Exhibit: What's In A Name?: The Legacy of Ed Christman

Exhibit: What's In A Name?: The Legacy of Ed... 2/16 9:00am

Exhibit / Administrative, Z. Smith Reynolds Library

Edgar D. Christman joined the Wake Forest community in 1947, when he enrolled at a college that he had never seen. Christman remained with Wake Forest from...

Exhibit: What's In A Name?: The Legacy of Ed Christman

Exhibit: What's In A Name?: The Legacy of Ed... 2/17 9:00am

Exhibit / Administrative, Z. Smith Reynolds Library

Edgar D. Christman joined the Wake Forest community in 1947, when he enrolled at a college that he had never seen. Christman remained with Wake Forest from...

Microsoft Word Basics (and Intro to Office 365)

Microsoft Word Basics (and Intro to Office 365) 2/17 9:00am

Training & Professional Development / Information Systems, Administrative, Professional Development Center

Join us as we learn the basics of Microsoft Word and take a brief look at Office 365! After this class, attendees will have a solid understanding of basic...

Dr. João Luiz Bastos, "Beyond black and white: how discrimination shapes health outcomes and health-related behaviors in Brazil"

Dr. João Luiz Bastos, "Beyond black and... 2/17 4:00pm

Speakers, Lectures, Multicultural / International, Diversity, Next Week at Wake / Academics, Sociology, Women's and Gender Studies, Administrative, Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity, American Ethnic Studies

Dr. Bastos is an Assistant Professor of Public Health at the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil, and a Visiting Scholar at Wake Forest...

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Seth Hayden

Seth Hayden left a positive review 11/12/2015

This was an excellent presentation in which a renowned scholar presented several ideas in a clear manner and interacted in a meaningful way with Wake Forest students. Excellent program.

Professor Joseph A Soares

Professor Joseph A Soares left a positive review 10/6/2015

One of the best panels with an overflow full room of students and faculty, very impressive.

McKenzie Maddox

McKenzie Maddox left a positive review 10/6/2015

Very informative!

Holly Brower

Holly Brower left a positive review 9/17/2015

Great class. She is so engaging, fun, helpful! I look forward to using this tool.

Austin Towner

Austin Towner left a positive review 9/8/2015

I was tired when I attended, but the presentation and the enticing stories caught my attention and made me alert. I found it very interesting, and it made me reflect on a lot of things and ask new questions.

Christy Buchanan

Christy Buchanan left a positive review 4/24/2015

This was a very interesting and thought provoking talk. Professor Dagli was a very engaging speaker and addressed really important issues.

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