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Wednesday, April 5

Caring For Our Collections: A Day in the Life of a Preservation Librarian

This exhibit focuses on the work of a Preservation Librarian, Craig Fansler, who has worked in ZSR Library for 22 years. Craig cares for and provides...

Professor Deacon's Cultural Cabinet

What does a culture look like? Are the ideals, behaviors, symbols, and celebrations that comprise a culture truly unique, or do they share things in...

Visions of Home: A Celebration of Gullah Art & Culture

Home has personal significance and meaning. Home may be a place, landscape, object, journey, or relationship. Through contemporary art and ethnographic...

Warfare and Violent Conflict

Warfare intersects with other cultural behaviors, creating diverse cultural contexts for violence. Though modern war is technologically sophisticated, the...

"From Christendom to World Christianity": Towards a Prophetic Imagined Community with Samuel Y. Pang

Live Stream This will be available via live stream on YouTube. The School of Divinity is pleased to announce that Samuel Y. Pang, Professor of...

How to Write Better Papers

As you prepare to write exegesis papers, research papers, and final papers, come to this workshop to learn how to plan and organize papers, how to improve...

Lenten Meditations: Song Meditation

The Office of Spiritual Life will be offering student-led meditations to engage your minds, bodies, and spirits during Lent. Practices will include song,...

WFUPD Citizens Police Academy

The Wake Forest University Police Department has created an opportunity for WFU citizens to gain insight into the daily functions and responsibilities of our...

Lunch and Learn Chat with the Chief

Chat with the Chief is an event that is hosted by the University Police Department. Campus safety is a shared responsibility. The campus community and...

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership

Studies have shown that emotional intelligence has a much greater impact on personal success than a person’s IQ. During this workshop, learn more about your...

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership

Studies have shown that emotional intelligence has a much greater impact on personal success than a person’s IQ. During this workshop, learn more about your...

Object of the Month: "Worthington Whittredge in his Tenth Street Studio"

Betsy Towns, associate professor of art history at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, will give a lecture on Emanuel Leutze's 1865 painting...

Listening In Layers (Communication)

Do you really hear what’s being said to you? Do you respond in a way that satisfies a individual’s need to be heard? Studies show poor listening skills are...

Understanding and Improving Hydrogen Storage Materials with ab initio Methods

A Ph.D. Defense by Evan Welchman, Department of Physics, Wake Forest University. Refreshments will be served afterwards in the Olin Lounge. All persons who...

WGS S.P.E.A.K. Series (Student Presentations on Experience, Art, and Knowledge): ​Islam and Feminist Voices on a College Campus in the US South​

​Student colloquium preceded by a 30-minute documentary on college-age Muslim women in a Christian society that often has unflattering views about Islam.

Engaging Students with Lightboard Videos

If you're interested in creating instructional videos which involve writing, Lightboard may be a great solution. The Lightboard is a glass surface that lets...

Engaging Students with Lightboard Videos

If you're interested in creating instructional videos which involve writing, Lightboard may be a great solution. The Lightboard is a glass surface that lets...

Charlotte MBA GMAT Prep

It's never too soon to start preparing for the GMAT! Join us for a preparatory session to gain test insights, review GMAT questions, and learn test-taking...

Resistance, Play and Memory: The Work of Joseph DeLappe

Groundbreaking artist Joseph DeLappe comes to Wake Forest from Scotland to talk about his wide ranging artistic practice, which challenges cultural and...

Collegium Musicum Concert

Stewart Carter and Brian Gorelick, directors The Collegium Musicum Vocal Ensemble and Collegium Instrumentalists will present.

Wednesday, April 5