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Monday, March 24

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

Fragments: Prints Inspired by the Classical...

Visual Art, Exhibit, General, Next Week at Wake / Art, Academics, Hanes Art Gallery, Administrative, Z. Smith Reynolds Library

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...

Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery  
Mieke Gelley: Seeing What I Did Not Know

Mieke Gelley: Seeing What I Did Not Know

Visual Art, Exhibit, General, Next Week at Wake / Art, Academics, Hanes Art Gallery, Administrative

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

Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery  
Ros-en-velopes: missives and enclosures from James Rosen

Ros-en-velopes: missives and enclosures from...

Visual Art, Exhibit, Multicultural / International, General, Next Week at Wake / Art, Academics, Hanes Art Gallery, Administrative, Humanities Institute, Academic Centers / Institutes

Ros-en-velopes is an exhibition of some of the many “missives and enclosures” artist James Rosen has written to friends and associates over the years, to...

Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery  
Working Women at Wake

Working Women at Wake 10:00am

Training & Professional Development / Women's Center, Administrative, Professional Development Center

“Working Women at Wake” uses a common text as a springboard to explore the complex factors that shape women’s professional lives and identities.

Reynolda Hall, Autumn Room  
Structuring and Assessing Group Work

Structuring and Assessing Group Work 3:30pm

Training & Professional Development / Teaching and Learning Center, Administrative, Professional Development Center

We all inherently understand the importance of getting students to work together. Ideally, they learn more when working with their peers and gain important...

Reynolda Hall, 301  
Judaism 101: Everything you've always wanted to know about Passover

Judaism 101: Everything you've always wanted to... 4:00pm

Religious / Administrative, Chaplain's Office

Information and Discussion about the Jewish holiday of Passover.

 
Latin America Women Rising

Latin America Women Rising 4:30pm

Multicultural / International / Academics, Women's and Gender Studies, Administrative, Women's Center, Latin-American and Latino Studies

Presentation and discussion by Joan Caivano (intereamerican Dialogue) and Dr. Jane Marcus-Delgado (CUNY Staten Island), sponsored by Latin American and...

Scales Fine Arts Center, 102  
Flag Rugby Tournament Informational Meeting & Registration

Flag Rugby Tournament Informational Meeting... 6:30pm

Campus Recreation, Club Sports, Wellbeing / Thrive / Administrative, Campus Life, Campus Recreation

Interested team captains can learn more about the non-contact version of the game and register their teams for the tournament, which will be held on April...

Reynolds Gymnasium, 208  
 Microfiction: Unrecognized Literature of Everyday Life

Microfiction: Unrecognized Literature of... 7:00pm

Visual Art, Lectures, Special Events, Academics, Exhibit, Next Week at Wake / Art, Academics, English, Hanes Art Gallery, Administrative, Humanities Institute, Academic Centers / Institutes

Inspired by works in the Ros-en-velopes exhibition, Wake Forest University lecturer in English Aimee Mepham will explore a style of fictional literature or...

Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery  
Dana Trent - Saffron Cross: The Unlikely Story of how a Christian Minister Married a Hindu Monk

Dana Trent - Saffron Cross: The Unlikely Story... 7:00pm

Administrative, Chaplain's Office

Dana Trent discusses her memoir – Saffron Cross: The Unlikely Story of how a Christian Minister Married a Hindu Monk. An intriguing love story of Dana, a...

Wait Chapel  

Monday, March 24