Events

Wednesday, September 29

Last day to change from pass/fail to a letter grade in an approved first part-of-term class (28th class day of the part-of- term)

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

Introduction to 3D Printing WorkShop

In this workshop you will learn the basic principles of 3D printing. You will receive brief safety training as well as learn the basics of using our 3D...

Flu Shots 2021

Wake Forest University is offering free flu shot clinics to all faculty, staff, and retirees. Spouses and dependent children (8 years and older), who are...

Suburban Presences @ stArt.dt

Suburban Presences is an exhibition of medium format photographs by Danielle Fliegel ('22), exploring the strange solitude and isolation of quarantined life...

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...

Latinx Women's Lunch

In honor of Latinx Heritage Month, we are holding a Latinx Women's Lunch for all students, faculty and staff. This event is open to cis and trans women, as...

Pathways in Ministry: Financial Planning for Clergy with Chuck Clifton

Explores basic strategies for long-term financial well-being (educational debt reduction, retirement, housing, and other investments) Pathways in Ministry...

Global Food Tabling: Mid-Autumn Festival

Join us for Global Food Tabling Station in the Pit to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival. Significant foods to honor the...

Getting Involved with Study Abroad

Have you ever wanted to teach abroad, but don't know where to start? This session will explore the multiple opportunities available to teach abroad, as well...

ResilientWake September Skillshares: Routine and Resilience Planning

Why is routine important? How can you prepare to face the challenges that inevitably lie ahead this semester? Learn about how habits, practices and rituals...

2021 Faculty/Staff Computer Exchange

For health and safety purposes, this year's computer exchange process has been modified to ensure a contactless experience. We will employ a curbside pickup...

2021 New Windows Computer Training

This training session is for faculty and staff who are eligible to receive a new computer in 2021. If you have received or are receiving a new Windows...

MSA Application and Curriculum Overview - Virtual

Our goal is to give you confidence in applying to the School of Business at Wake Forest University. To help make this process less stressful, the Enrollment...

4pm
Virtual Event
Comics Club Interest Meeting

Join us for an informal get together for all those interested in comics, graphic novels, manga, and more! Students, staff, and faculty are welcome.

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...

Film Screening: "La cordillera de los sueños / The Cordillera of Dreams" (Cine con Amig@s)

Cine con Amig@s is a film series that includes four recent feature-length documentary and fiction films that tell stories from Latin American and Latinx...

Hit the Bricks: Call to Conversation

Join us for a conversation and picnic before Hit the Bricks! Prompt: When is a time you have accomplished something meaningful or overcome a challenge?...

Social Justice 101: Power, Privilege, & Oppression

Who am I? How do my identities impact the way that I navigate campus, my communities, and the world? Join Deb Marke, from the Office of Civic and Community...

Campus Dialogues: Guiding Principles On Naming

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is moderating institutional efforts to gather names of individuals, themes, and concepts which are not currently...

Business & Breweries

Join current and prospective MBA students at Fiddlin' Fish Brewing Company in Winston-Salem. Expand your Wake Forest School of Business network and bring...

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...

Blue Jean Embroidery Workshop

Join us at WakerSpace to learn how to decorate your favorite jeans with flowers and designs using embroidery floss. Spice up that old pair of jeans and learn...

Civil War Prisoners and the Origins of the South's Lost Cause

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

7pm
Virtual Event

Wednesday, September 29