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August 19th, 2015 | University Announcement
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August 4th, 2015 | Events
The 2015 Wake Forest Athletics Fan Fest will be held Saturday, Aug. 15 at BB&T Field. Fans will be allowed on the field at 5 p.m. but are invited to arrive early to watch the football team in an open scrimmage beginning at 2 p.m.
The football team will scrimmage from 2-4 p.m. then return to the field at 5 p.m. with student-athletes from other Wake Forest fall sports. They will be available for autographs and pictures. This event is a great opportunity for fans to meet the coaches and players from Wake Forest’s fall sports teams.
Demon Deacon Fans of all ages are encouraged to attend Fan Fest. Other activities will include food and drinks, inflatable games, face painting and special appearances by the Demon Deacon and the Wake Forest spirit squad.
Fan Fest will also feature Select-Your-Seat, which allows fans to reserve their season tickets for the 2015 football season. Some of the best remaining seats at BB&T Field will be available for purchase, and ticket representatives will be on hand to assist fans and answer questions.
Fan Fest admission and parking is FREE of charge. For more information, contact the Wake Forest Sports Marketing department at (336) 758-5010.
July 21st, 2015 | Staff News
See a list of staff milestones for July 2015. (The wrong list was posted earlier, briefly.)
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See a list of employees joining and leaving the University in May 2015:
Kriss Dinkins in Information Systems, Margaret Lankford in the School of Law and Frederick Harris in the School of Business are celebrating 25 years at Wake Forest.
See other faculty and staff celebrating milestones in June 2015.
Congratulations to Kathy J. Hines for 30 years of service to the University. Hines is assistant to the dean at Wake Forest University School of Law. Find out who else is celebrating a milestone anniversary.
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May 13th, 2015 | University Announcement
The award was announced at the ACC’s spring meeting Tuesday evening.
Each year, the outgoing Conference President honors someone for commendable service to the ACC during the year of the president’s term or over an extended period of time.
Martha Putallaz, the 2014-2015 ACC President and faculty representative for Duke University, chose to honor Hatch for demonstrating exceptional leadership during what she called “a most pivotal, challenging and transformative time in the history of intercollegiate athletics.”
In April 2010, Hatch agreed to represent the ACC on the NCAA Division I Board of Directors and was then elected chair two years later. He served as Division I Board Chair from August 2012 until January 2015.
Under his leadership, the NCAA developed a new, more streamlined and efficient governance structure, raised academic standards, restructured enforcement, increased autonomy for power conferences, and brought student-athletes into the governance process, among other accomplishments.
He also played an instrumental role in the ACC expansion effort that welcomed the University of Notre Dame, where Hatch served as Provost prior to coming to Wake Forest, to the conference.
“President Hatch was able to achieve all that he did because he was a truly effective and patient leader, one who listened and could make all parties feel valued and heard, a man of great integrity trusted by all, and who truly represented the best interests of academics and athletics as a paired endeavor,” said Putallaz.
“It has been a privilege to represent Wake Forest, and all of the member institutions of the ACC, as the NCAA took historic steps to advance and modernize intercollegiate athletics,” said Hatch. “I accept this award with honor and gratitude for the people and institutions that have allowed me to pursue my professional and personal passions as an academic, an administrator and an athletics supporter.”