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Monday, February 24

Fragments: Prints Inspired by the Classical Past from Wake Forest Collections

The classical tradition has come down to us in fragments, and that incomplete nature has allowed artists the opportunity to fill in and respond to what...

Mieke Gelley: Seeing What I Did Not Know

The work of Mieke Gelley displays the humble courage, piece by piece, to be tentative, provisional. When gathered or quietly grouped, the individual elements...

University Credit Card Training

The basics of the university credit card - what can be purchased, saving your department the cost of NC sales tax, updating your transactions and documenting...

UNC - Charlotte (Prospective MA Students)

Not a business major? THIS IS FOR YOU! Enhance your undergraduate degree in just 10 months. How will you set yourself apart from the competition in today’s...

Preparing for a Flipped Class: An Introduction

Are you intrigued by the idea of a “flipped” classroom? Let’s talk about how you might get started in moving some of your content coverage outside the...

History Engagement Seminar: Pete Daniel

Pete Daniel, WFU alum, accomplished historian and retired senior curator of the Smithsonian, will discuss his acclaimed book Dispossession.

Judaism 101

Informal monthly series about Judaism, sponsored by the WFU Jewish Life Department.

A Desert of Pure Feeling: Contemporary Art in Far West Texas

Lecture by Jenny Moore, Wake Forest alumnus ('95) and Executive Director of the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas. Prior to her recent appointment at The...

Career Athletes: George Washington University

Not a business major? THIS IS FOR YOU! Enhance your undergraduate degree in just 10 months. How will you set yourself apart from the competition in today’s...

Choctalking: The Joys of Indigenous Travel Writing

A reading and lecture by LeAnne Howe, Professor if English and American Indian Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and enrolled member...

Monday, February 24