Events

Wednesday, October 27

Annual Benefits Enrollment

Annual Benefits Enrollment for benefits-eligible faculty and staff takes place October 18-29. You will need to enroll via Workday if you are changing benefit...

Lower Division advising period; Major/Minor advising & registration period (9th and 10th weeks of the term)

Note: Please refer to the Registrar's Office for the officially approved undergraduate academic calendar. Dates listed here may be subject to change.

D.E.A.C. Allies (Workshop 3): Skill Development + Practice

D.E.A.C. (Developing Empowering and Affirming Communities) Allies is a workshop series designed to build participants' knowledge and skills through a...

Responding to Disclosure

This is a part of our Leadership Workshop Series! Come learn how to respond to someone when they disclose personal information to you.

New Exhibition! The O'Keeffe Circle: Artist as Gallerist and Collector

The experimental paintings and drawings of Georgia O’Keeffe found their greatest early advocate in Alfred Stieglitz, the gallerist and photographer whom she...

Culture at Stake

Museums are filled with works of art and ancient artifacts that represent global cultural heritage. Not every object, however, belongs in a museum. This...

Life after Death: The Day of the Dead in Mexico

The Lam Museum’s annual exhibit celebrates the Mexican observance of the Day of the Dead. The exhibit’s centerpiece is a traditional ofrenda, an altar with...

Pathways in Ministry: Clinical Pastoral Education Day

A panel conversation and open house with representatives of regional Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) programs. This event will take place in the lower...

Global Food Tabling: Caribbean Independence Days

Join us for Global Food Tabling Station in the Pit to celebrate Caribbean Independence Days. Significant foods representing the Caribbean will be served.

Can I Poet's Weekly Meeting

We invite everyone on campus who is interested in poetry and similar forums of writing in order to create a safe space to respectfully engage in our art. No...

The Basics of Medicare

Eldercare Choices gives an overview of Medicare parts, terms, and definitions. Learn where to go for assistance, and important things to remember.

ResilientWake Skillshare: Gratitude, Strengths, and Values

ICan you identify and amplify the positivity and strengths you already have? Join an instructor from the Office of Wellbeing to explore these concepts and...

Docents Unscripted

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the docent-volunteer program at Reynolda House, Museum docents will lead a 90-minute tour for visitors and their...

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month- Support Survivors and get a free cookie!

Come visit the Safe Office in the Tribble Courtyard to share support for survivors and Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We will have Safe Office giveaways...

Cultivating Me-We-Us

Three-part emotional intelligence and diversity student virtual workshop series: 1. Affirmative introspection & self-governance. Being in tune with your...

Cultivating Me-We-Us: Emotional Intelligence and Diversity Student Workshop Series

A new series of workshops, facilitated by the Intercultural Center, created to introduce participants to the Emotional Intelligence and Diversity (EID) Model...

Connect & Cultivate in the Campus Garden

Connect & Cultivate is a weekday opportunity designed specifically to help students connect with one another and the environment. Trained student leaders...

CLT MBA "Sip & See" Information Session

Are you thinking about earning your MBA? Meet Wake Forest School of Business staff for a drink and casual conversation to learn more about our MBA programs...

Meet Our MSBA Faculty - Webinar

Our distinguished faculty help to design and deliver the programming for our MSBA program that connects us to the marketplace. This Webinar is an...

OLAS General Bi-Weekly Meetings

We invite all WFU students to joint our general bi-weekly meetings to stay updated on different OLAS events and other student engagement opportunities!

Black Campus Ministry Small Group

Our vision for this semester is to create an environment that is welcoming, loving, and strengthens community bonds for Black students to fellowship and...

Women's Small Group

Our Women's Small Group gathers in fellowship weekly to learn more about who God truly is, while learning about ourselves as it relates to our relationship...

“At a Crossroads: Italian and Turkish Suffrage, Authoritarianism, and the International Woman Suffrage Alliance 1926 Congress in Paris” with Kara Peruccio, assistant professor of Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies and History at the University of Maine

It’s History Homecoming this semester, with a series of talks by Wake Forest alumni who’ve gone on to become professional historians.

7pm
Virtual Event

Wednesday, October 27