See a list of staff milestones for August 2017:
Categories: Staff News
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This message was emailed to students, faculty and staff Aug. 16 by Mur Muchane, associate vice president for information technology and chief information officer:
As part of our ongoing efforts to improve the cybersecurity of campus technology services, Information Systems will implement Cisco Umbrella/OpenDNS on August 17, 2017. This new service provides an additional layer of protection for all your devices as they connect to the wired and wireless campus network. This includes devices connected via the campus Virtual Private Network (VPN).
Cisco Umbrella/OpenDNS works by determining if your device is trying to connect to a known malicious site and then automatically redirects your device to a warning page. The service will help protect devices and the campus network from:
Please visit our Cisco Umbrella webpage to learn more.
This message was emailed to faculty and staff Aug. 16 on behalf of Residence Life and Housing:
Wake Forest will welcome a new freshman class on Wednesday, August 23, when new student move-in begins at 8:00 a.m. For faculty and staff scheduled to be on campus that busy morning, the University has recommendations for where to enter campus and park.
On August 23, the University asks that faculty and staff enter campus through the Polo Road entrance. New students and their families will be encouraged to enter campus via the University Parkway and Reynolda Road entrances.
Traffic is expected throughout the day and will begin around 7 a.m. as families arrive for move-in. Due to the increased traffic, faculty and staff seeking to park on campus are encouraged to arrive on campus early. The Hearn Plaza lots will be available for faculty and staff parking. However, the University asks that faculty and staff avoid parking on South Campus (Lots E, F, G and J) and in Lots Q and W1/W2 to allow parking for our new students and their families.
Faculty and staff may park in the lots on either side of Long Drive, near Winston-Salem First Church and Polo Road. A shuttle bus will provide transportation to and from those lots and campus from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. The University will continue to run the Gray Line shuttle that will be operating on an on-call demand schedule on Wednesday, August 23.
Additionally, the University will welcome back returning students on Friday and Saturday, August 25 and 26. Parking for faculty/staff in the Hearn Plaza lots (Lots A, B, C, M, N, P) will be limited due to move-in. Additionally, faculty and staff are encouraged to avoid Lots Q, R and Z to allow our returning students a smooth move-in.
For Friday, August 25, additional parking for faculty and staff will be available in the lots on either side of Long Drive, near Winston-Salem First Church and Polo Road. A shuttle bus will provide transportation to and from those lots and campus from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
To aid with traffic management, the University asks that departments instruct vendors to assist by not delivering to campus until after noon on August 23; vendors are asked to park only in designated parking spaces and to remove their own trash from campus. Delivery vehicles larger than a box truck should not plan to enter campus on August 23 due to limited parking and increased traffic. Deliveries taking place on August 25 thru 27 should expect slower travel due to limited parking and increased traffic as well.
The University is committed to making the move-in experience the best possible time for our students and their families, and as convenient as possible for faculty and staff. Thank you in advance for your assistance and flexibility as we welcome the newest Demon Deacons to campus!
Wake Forest Communications and External Relations
Today Wake Forest University President Nathan O. Hatch issued the following statement:
“There is no place for the bigotry, racism and violence we witnessed in Charlottesville. Wake Forest University extends our condolences to the families and friends grieving the senseless harm and loss of life, as well as all who are devastated by the expressions of hatred. This is a time to stand in support of our colleagues at the University of Virginia and underscore our own continuing commitment to a diverse and inclusive campus community where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.”
This is a guest post from the Secrest Artists Series:
The Secrest Artists Series at Wake Forest University has announced its performance calendar for the 2017-2018 season. Once again students, faculty, staff and retirees of Wake Forest University and Wake Forest School of Medicine will be able to see world-class performances on the Reynolda Campus for free by showing their WFU I.D.
This year, the series will present five performances that range from jazz master and saxophone player extraordinaire Branford Marsalis to a spellbinding Flamenco dance troupe. Those interested in vocal music will enjoy a concert by a cappella comedy group The Bobs, as well as, Schubert’s “Winterreisse” performed by 2016 GRAMMY award-winning tenor Ian Bostridge.
Tickets for members of the community range from $5-$24 per event. A season ticket for all five Secrest Artists Series performances is also available for $95 for adults and $80 for seniors. Tickets are available at secrest.wfu.edu or by calling (336) 758-5757.
More information about performances, dates, venues and tickets is available at the Secrest Artists Series web site.
Mark your calendars now for these unforgettable events.