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Farrell Hall

1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106

The new three-story, 120,000 sq. ft. Wake Forest Schools of Business building, Farrell Hall, will feature state-of-the-art technology and groundbreaking design to create an environment where faculty-student engagement can thrive. Built around a “living room” concept that brings faculty and students together in new ways, the world-class facility was designed to include flexible classrooms and collaborative spaces, allowing students the opportunity to learn intimately and intuitively within a shared space.


Upcoming Events

Dear White People Film Screening and Discussion with Justin Simien, writer and director

Dear White People Film Screening and Discussion... 4/1 5:30pm

Lectures, Special Events, Conference / Panel, Diversity / Administrative, Campus Life, Office of Innovation, Creativity & Entrepreneurship, Academic Centers / Institutes, Pro Humanitate Institute, Student Union

Bringing the movie "Dear White People" and its director, Justin Simien, to campus for a lecture is a part of our community's attempt to facilitate meaningful...

2015 Marketing Analytics Summit Semi Final Round

2015 Marketing Analytics Summit Semi Final Round 4/6 12:00pm

General / Academic Centers / Institutes, Center for Retail Innovation, School of Business, Unspecified / Other

14 Teams from around the globe converge on Wake Forest University to compete in one of the most competitive and prestigious case competitions in the world.

Multicultural Problem Solving Simulation

Multicultural Problem Solving Simulation 4/13 3:30pm

Training & Professional Development / Professional Development Center, Administrative

How can you prepare yourself today to be an effective problem solver and decision maker in a multicultural context? Gain a deeper understanding of the impact...

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Partha P Choudhury

Partha P Choudhury left a positive review 2/24/2015

It was good. Thanks for organizing it.

Andrea Belanger

Andrea Belanger left a negative review 2/24/2015

It seemed like a great event for undergrads looking for internships or intro jobs to get their foot in the door somewhere, but not very useful for graduate students looking for careers.

John White

John White left a positive review 1/27/2015

Great speaker, great event. Very beneficial learning experience for the students

Lance Henry

Lance Henry left a positive review 11/12/2014

Dean Reinemund has great wisdom and insight generally. It was especially meaningful to hear him share from his personal and professional experiences so candidly.

Scott Weiss

Scott Weiss left a review 10/21/2014

Very basic overview of the test. Some of it was helpful but it wasn't detailed enough for me to feel like it will make a difference

Austin Koplan

Austin Koplan left a positive review 10/21/2014

I thought the session was very informative and I was provided with a much needed refresher on some of the math concepts that I hadn't seen since my early high school years. If there was anything I thought he could have done better on, it would have been to focus on the verbal section a little more and maybe provide some examples to work through in the section. Overall, however, I would recommend the session to anyone who is looking for help on the GMAT.

Ethan Gaitz

Ethan Gaitz left a positive review 4/12/2014


Alieu Barry Bah

Alieu Barry Bah left a positive review 4/1/2014

It was insightful!

Ann Hollingsworth

Ann Hollingsworth left a review 2/5/2014

The speakers were not well matched. One really knew what he was talking about but the other struggled to keep up with the debate.

Robert Mills

Robert Mills left a review 11/21/2013

I regret that I got tied up and had to miss it. I'm grateful though that you offered this.

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