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Wednesday, March 28

Frame of Reference

Frame of Reference is a joint exhibition comprising drawings and sculptures by Robert Link and an installation by Caroline LeDuc (entitled We Attend to Each...

Still I Rise: Selected Items from the Dr. Maya Angelou Collection

Still I Rise: Selected Items from the Dr. Maya Angelou Collection Table Top Exhibit Cases, Special Collections & Archives Room 625, ZSR Library

Rethinking Accessibility on Campus: For Staff (Reynolda campus)

In keeping with the themes of WFU’s Rethinking Community initiative, this program is intended to help university staff members better understand what it...

Gender Equity at Work: Beyond Work/Life Balance

The Women's Center series "Gender Equity at Work" is a new professional development suite that 1.) builds participants' critical eye for recognizing how...

Gender Equity at Work: for Managers

The Women's Center series "Gender Equity at Work" is a new professional development suite that 1.) builds participants' critical eye for recognizing how...

Frederic Church: A Painter's Pilgrimage

Frederic Church: A Painter’s Pilgrimage, organized by the Detroit Institute of Arts, features more than fifty paintings and studies that Church completed...

Human Evolution: Hot Topics in Paleoanthropology

Our ancient ancestors first diverged from other primates around 7 million years ago. This student-curated exhibit features fossil models, images, and...

Japan through the Photographer's Lens

Japan is often seen as a high-tech society and an economic leader in industry and manufacturing. Though true, Japan is also a society that reflects on its...

Mother Goddess: Fertility Figures of the Ancient Mediterranean

Childbirth was a magical and religious act for ancient cultures of the Mediterranean. Necessary for life, but also dangerous, it was a time in women’s lives...

Stories of Humanity: Anthropology in North Carolina

Anthropology is the study of humans. It is a big topic, including everything from basic biology to complex cultures. The topic is so vast that...

Coffee and Controversy

Coffee and Controversy is an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff at the School of Divinity to engage one another across a spectrum of difference....

Rethinking Accessibility in the Classroom: For Health Science and Medical Education Faculty (BGCME campus)

In keeping with the themes of WFU’s Rethinking Community initiative, this program is intended to help faculty members better understand what it means to live...

Digital Humanities Brown Bag Series

Come lunch and learn during ZSR’s Digital Humanities Brown Bag series. Each session will offer an introduction to a digital tool through “hack and yack,”...

Lunch & Learn - Remote Villages of Japan: Their Stories

Photographer and painter Dr. Morton W. Huber will share stories of traveling in rural Japan. Dr. Huber lived in Japan from 1962 to 1985, which inspired his...

Safe Zone Lunch and Learn

Join the LGBTQ Center for our Safe Zone Lunch and Learn Series—you bring your lunch, we will provide dessert and dialogue! Each session will feature a...

WFUPD Citizen's 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...

Writing Support Open Hours

School of Divinity Peer Writing Coaches will be available to meet with you to discuss an upcoming assignment or provide coaching to help you strengthen your...

Rethinking Accessibility in the Classroom: For Faculty (Reynolda campus)

In keeping with the themes of WFU’s Rethinking Community initiative, this program is intended to help faculty members better understand what it means to live...

Global Laureates Academy Workshop IV

Intercultural Communication In this fourth workshop in the Global Laureates Academy workshop series, we will learn how to negotiate intercultural...

Global Laureates Academy Workshop IV

Intercultural Communication In this fourth workshop in the Global Laureates Academy workshop series, we will learn how to negotiate intercultural...

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...

Grand Opening - Reynolds Gym Phase III

Come celebrate with us as we open the Pool, group exercise studios, multi-purpose rooms, Varsity Volleyball court, Safe Office, Collegiate Recovery...

“Can shining laser light on our heads make us smarter?  -- Understanding transcranial photobiomodulation by 1064-nm laser”

Dr. Hanli Liu, Professor of Engineering; Distinguished University Professor; and Fellow, American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering,from...

Guest Speaker: Dr. Irene Gómez Castellano (Dept. of Spanish & Italian, IPLACe, Art)

Dr. Irene Gómez-Castellano will visit Wake Forest University on Wednesday, March 28 to give a talk in the Annenberg Forum in Carswell Hall from 5-6 PM. Her...

Tunisia:  A Story of Change

January 2011, weeks after a young food vendor set himself on fire in front a public police station to protest lack of job opportunities, oppression, and...

Discovering the 5 Koshas

In this 5 week series explore, discover, and experience a deeper more personal connection to mind, body, breath and self-connection. Explore ways and...

Table at Tate's (MBA)  Winston-Salem, NC

Are you a working professional and considering an MBA from the Wake Forest School of Business? Meet with Kevin Bender, Executive Director of the Evening MBA...

Pentecostal/Charismatic Prayer Meeting

We will have a prayer team present to pray with individuals privately, we will have prayer stations where you can pray for our world and our community, and...

Terence's Eunuchus, translated by T. H. M. Gellar-Goad

Come out to the Ring Theatre next week to see a staged reading of Terence's Eunuchus, translated by T. H. M. Gellar-Goad! Admission is free.

Wednesday, March 28