Events

Friday, November 3

Accounting for the Future

Wake Forest University’s School of Business is strongly committed to supporting the University’s mission of creating a learning environment that fosters...

Human Evolution: Hot Topics in Paleoanthropology

This student-curated exhibit features fossil models, images, and reconstructions to tell the story of how human beings developed into the most unique species...

Life after Death: Celebrating Day of the Dead

Día de Muertos is a festive time when families remember their dead and honor the continuity of life. The celebration has roots in both ancient pre-Hispanic...

MINE: What is Ours in the Wake of Extraction

The exhibit features contemporary artworks by the Etochime Harakbut Artist Collective that amplify Indigenous worldviews, specifically as they pertain to...

More Than Meets the Eye exhibit image

Featuring photographs from the Houck Medford Collection (Special Collections & Archives) and the WFU Art Department Print Collection Special Collections &...

Chinese Bride's Cup

Steeped in ancient traditions, tea is consumed all over the world embodying unique characteristics within different cultures. Mindfulness is the practice of...

School of Business

The School’s newest initiative for alumni is I-Connect, a virtual industry connection program. The purpose of the sessions is to provide opportunities for...

1pm
Virtual Event
Grad Student Working & Writing Group

The Grad School of Arts & Sciences and the WFU Writing Center are partnering together to host a weekly informal working & writing group for grad students....

Ladies Night- Crafting with Zeta Phi Beta

Come out and enjoy a "Crafting and Conversation" event with Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. We will create a ceramic trivet while enjoying snacks and conversation.

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom Based upon the book by Lynda Blackmon Lowery As told to Elspeth Leacock and Susan Buckley Developed by Ally...

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom

“My story is about being able to help change things no matter what your age.” -- Lynda Blackmon Lowery Alongside Martin Luther King Jr. and her neighbors...

Friday, November 3