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Z. Smith Reynolds Library

1834 Wake Forest Road Winston-Salem, NC 27106

The Z. Smith Reynolds Library, with a collection of over 1.7 million volumes, materials expenditures of almost $4 million, and an operating budget of over $7 million, serves over 4,300 undergraduates and 2,200 graduate and professional students within the Wake Forest Schools of Business and Accountancy, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and the Wake Forest Divinity School.

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336-758-4931

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zsr.wfu.edu

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Upcoming Events

Video Conferencing 101: An Introduction to WebEx

Video Conferencing 101: An Introduction to WebEx 3/9 10:00am

Training & Professional Development / Information Systems, Administrative, Professional Development Center

Have you ever needed to meet with someone across campus, but you didn't quite have enough time to get there and back before your next meeting? Or are you...

Understanding Video Creation, Storage, and Sharing with Show and Share

Understanding Video Creation, Storage, and... 3/10 9:30am

Training & Professional Development / Information Systems, Administrative, Professional Development Center

The Information Systems department is pleased to announce the rollout of Cisco Show and Share! Show and Share is a secure, private service here at Wake...

Lunch and Learn: Just Google It!

Lunch and Learn: Just Google It! 3/11 12:00pm

Training & Professional Development / Information Systems, Administrative, Professional Development Center

Is google.com your primary search engine when you need to look something up? Do you use Google for all of your research needs? Do you Google everything that...

Fourth Annual Student Research Symposium on Gender and Sexuality

Fourth Annual Student Research Symposium on... 3/18 11:00am

Special Events, Academics, Conference / Panel, Diversity, Community / School of Divinity, Academics, Women's and Gender Studies, Academic Centers / Institutes, Humanities Institute, Administrative, Z. Smith Reynolds Library

Feminist Ecologies: This fourth annual student research symposium features moderated sessions of scholarly and creative presentations by Wake Forest...

Climate Talks: Negotiating the Fate of the Planet

Climate Talks: Negotiating the Fate of the Planet 3/18 5:30pm

Conference / Panel, Community / Academic Centers / Institutes, Humanities Institute, Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability

"Climate Talks: Negotiating the Fate of the Planet" Representatives from 190 nations -- 10,000 in all -- participated in the United Nation's 20th climate...

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Stephanie Reitz

Stephanie Reitz posted a photo 3/4/2015

Kathy Martlock

Kathy Martlock left a positive review 2/23/2015

An unusual and innovative blend of art and music! Inspiring!

Stephanie Reitz

Stephanie Reitz posted a photo 2/2/2015

James Lackland

James Lackland left a positive review 11/18/2014

This was a very comprehensive talk about searching for a sustainability job. I found the material very informative and the speaker was fantastic!

Steve Jarrett

Steve Jarrett left a positive review 11/8/2014

Terrific event. I hope it will be repeated next year.

Junyi Xue

Junyi Xue left a positive review 10/6/2014

It was very impressive and I learned a lot from this speech.

Muhammad Siddiqui

Muhammad Siddiqui left a positive review 9/24/2014

Enjoyed the film, great opportunity to learn and have fun.

Muhammad Siddiqui

Muhammad Siddiqui left a positive review 9/24/2014

Enjoyed the film, great opportunity to learn and have fun.

Stephanie Reitz

Stephanie Reitz posted a photo 9/18/2014

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Jenny Miller

Jenny Miller left a positive review 2/10/2014

I enjoyed this event very much! I was happy to see real people from the African American community sharing their stories and opinions on the evolution of food in Winston-Salem. They were great and easy to speak with and had very enlightening information! This is an important issue for our community, and I liked that we were speaking to the demographic most affected by issues of food insecurity.

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