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Maintaining Engagement: Virtual Offering

We know that transformative learning is most likely to occur when students are actively engaged. In this workshop, offered on two different dates in two...

2/26 3:30pm
Virtual Event
Wind Ensemble Concert

Wake Forest University Department of Music presents our first WFU Wind Ensemble concert of 2024! Free and open to the public

Concerto Competition Winners Concert with the Wake Forest University Symphony Orchestra

The Wake Forest University Department of Music and Wake Forest University Symphony Orchestra present the 2024 Concerto Competition Winners Concert. The Wake...

Making Learning Visible: Virtual Offering

To teach well, we must monitor our students' progress and adjust when necessary. We design assignments that make learning visible and are rightly worried...

3/18 3:30pm
Virtual Event
Rachel Podger, violin

“Rachel Podger, the unsurpassed British glory of the baroque violin,” (The Times) has established herself as a leading interpreter of Baroque and Classical...

School of Business

In a world drowning in data, creating impactful charts is a skill that every profession needs - but gaps exist in understanding the basic best practices....

2/28 12pm
Virtual Event
Making Learning Visible: In-Person Offering

To teach well, we must monitor our students' progress and adjust when necessary. We design assignments that make learning visible and are rightly worried...

Graduate Student Workshop Series: Leading with Resilience

Join the Graduate Schools and the Office of Wellbeing to learn about resilience and stress management and develop mind-body practices to de-stress and...

Public lecture: Mochlos during the Early Bronze Age

Archaeologist Luke Kaiser (Lecturer at UNC Greensboro) will present the public talk "Mochlos during the Early Bronze Age: A Case Study for Ceramics as...

Last day to drop full-term class

(Spring 2024) Note: This academic calendar includes only dates and deadlines for Wake Forest College (Undergraduate College) and the Undergraduate School of...