See a list of staff milestones in February 2015.
March 3rd, 2015 | University Announcement
See a list of employees joining the University in January 2015.
The symposium, Ebola: At Home and Abroad, held Feb. 12-13 demonstrated the importance of a liberal arts education. Even though Ebola is a virus, attendees learned that to effectively respond to the outbreak requires knowledge of history, economics, law, bioethics, as well as biology, medicine and other disciplines. Prior to the symposium, associate teaching professor Pat Lord’s virology students studied the Ebola virus to prepare background knowledge and a quiz made available online.
On the first night of the symposium, with more than 125 undergraduate, graduate, and medical students, professors, staff, and community members present, Assistant Professor of History Nate Plageman began by challenging everyone to stop thinking of Africa as “one-dimensional.” He highlighted assumptions about race that permeated Ebola news coverage.
January 21st, 2015 | Faculty News
Jeffrey Eller; Head of Acquistions & Descript; Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Jayashree Gokhale; Professor of Practice, Law; Law: School Adm Expense
Kathleen Lotterhos; Assistant Professor; Biology
Mark Scholl; Associate Prof. of Counseling; Counseling
Claudia Vestal; Visiting Assistant Professor; Romance Languages
January 7th, 2015 | Faculty News
Congratulations to members of the research laboratory of Gloria Muday, professor of biology, whose graduate and post-doctoral research proposals were recently funded. Sheena Gayomba, Post-doctoral researcher project “Hormonal Regulation of Tomato Root Architecture During Iron Deficiency” has been funded by the US Department of Agriculture. In addition, Justin Watkin’s PhD student’s proposal entitled “The Regulation of Reactive Oxygen Species by Flavonols in Tomato Guard Cells” has been funded by the US Department of Agriculture.
Congratulations to Walter Rejeski, professor of health and exercise science, whose proposal entitled “LookAhead Extension” has been funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) under award number 5U01DK057136-16 and by [subaward/subcontract from] Wake Forest University Health Sciences (WFU funding agency).
December 10th, 2014 | Faculty News
An important international conference on climate change is taking place in Lima, Peru and Wake Forest University has three distinguished voices in attendance.
The U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and its 20th annual Conference of the Parties (COP 20) is taking place Dec. 1-12.
Justin Catanoso, director of Wake Forest’s journalism program, is a freelance journalist who covers environmental and climate change issues. His reporting is sponsored in part by the Wake Forest Center on Energy, Environment and Sustainability (CEES), and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting in Washington, D.C. He is producing stories for WFDD, National Geographic NewsWatch, BusinessInsider.com and the Pulitzer Center.
Keith M. Wise, superintendent in Facilities & Campus Services, is celebrating 40 years at Wake Forest.
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