Events

Wednesday, May 1

WFUSB Classes End (UG, CEV, MSBA online)

WIN registration period for Summer Session 2019

TIAA One-on-One Advice Sessions TIAA will be on campus for individual 30-minute consultations to discuss your retirement planning. Schedule an advice...

Paper was born in China sometime before the first century C.E. Over the next 1500 years it spread through Asia and across the Silk Road to the Middle East...

Japan has several holidays to celebrate children including Doll’s Day (Girl’s Day) in March and Children’s Day (Boy’s Day) in May. This mini-exhibit, curated...

Over thousands of years, humans and horses have developed a unique partnership. Horses rely on humans for care, feeding, and protection. Humans rely on...

What do historical events mean to communities today? How can different interpretations of the past be reconciled? What role do objects play in piecing...

WFU 2019 Spring Grocery Store Tours to Celebrate Mediterranean Month! May is Mediterranean Month! If you’re confused about WHY to eat more plants, HOW to...

Bookending the entrance to Reynolda's Reception Hall, these large palace jars (circa 1900) are decorated completely with a complicated pattern of exotic...

As educational resources are increasingly offered online, students are doing more reading on digital devices. How can educators encourage meaningful...

At the invitation of the Faculty Senate, Executive Vice President Hof Milam will give his annual financial update to the University on May 1 at 4 p.m. in...

Wellbeing Wednesdays is a program initiative that allows for WFU community to (faculty, students, and staff) experience a new way to wellbeing by offering...

Wanda Suttle Duncan, WFU MALS alum '13, served as the Assistant Director for the WFU MALS Program and the Lifelong Learning Program. Wanda returns to Wake...

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...

Join the LGBTQ Center in celebrating this year's class of graduating LGBTQ and ally undergraduate and graduate students! Lavender Graduation is a special...

Join David Hagy, conductor, and the University Orchestra as they perfom Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony on Russian Labor Day!

Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony, done on Russian Labor Day, May 1. The work written by Shostakovich after being censured by Stalin, it was written to both...

Wednesday, May 1