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21 faculty members to serve as fellows in residence halls

Twenty-one University faculty members will serve as faculty fellows in first-year residence halls in 2017-18.

The faculty fellows program increases faculty-student engagement by promoting informal, regular interactions between students and faculty in the residence halls for first-year students. The program fosters exceptional faculty-student engagement and helps to educate the whole person through enriching the intellectual, cultural, and social lives of the first-year students.

Faculty Fellows work closely with first-year residents throughout the academic year, creating programs, hosting dinners and interacting with students in their assigned residence halls.

2017-18 faculty fellows:

Angelou

Barbara Lentz, senior fellow (School of Law)
John Friedenberg (Theatre and Dance)
Jed Macosko (Physics)

Babcock

Erica Still, senior fellow (English)
Michael Lamb (University Scholar)
Al Claiborne (Chemistry)

Bostwick

John Llewellyn, senior fellow (Communication)
Teresa Sanhueza (Spanish and Italian)
Sam Beck (School of Business)

Collins

Melissa Jenkins, senior fellow (English)
Eric Carlson (Physics)
Molly Knight (German and Russian)

Johnson

Ananda Mitra, senior fellow (Communication)
Swati Basu (Physics)
Brian Calhoun (Counseling)

Luter

Mark Scholl, senior fellow (Counseling)
Darlene May (Spanish and Italian)
Bernadine Barnes (Art)

South

Ron Von Burg, senior fellow (Communication)
Alessandra Von Burg (Communication)
Paul Jones (Chemistry)

July 2017 faculty milestones

See a list of faculty milestones for July 2017:

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New Home for Wake Forest University Press

This is a guest post from Wake Forest University Press:

When Wake Forest University Press got started in 1975, our Founder Dillon Johnston ran the press out of his office in the English Department. As operations grew, we moved into Carswell Hall, and then later into the old bomb shelter in the basement of Tribble Hall. A bomb shelter seemed particularly appropriate for a poetry press, and we were happy there for more than 15 years. However, with 40 years’ worth of publishing Irish poetry, we were quickly running out of space, and the university administration proposed a move into a wonderful house just off campus. We couldn’t be more thrilled with our new home and the continued support of Wake Forest.

Our new location includes enough space for all our staff, interns, warehousing needs, and small events. (And we have windows!) Our address has changed, but our mission remains: to be the premier publisher of Irish poetry in North America. Be sure to update our contact information in your address book, and stop in to say hello if you’re in the area.

Wake Forest University Press
2518 Reynolda Rd.
Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Phone: (336) 758-5448
New fax: (336) 842-3853
Email: wfupress@nullwfu.edu

Faculty books: May 2017 report

Note: Some of these books were published in May.  Others were published earlier, but their publication became known to Z. Smith Reynolds Library, recently.

Gladding, Samuel T., & Deborah W. Newsome (Counseling). Clinical Mental Health Counseling in Community and Agency Settings, 5th ed. Pearson. May 2017.

Holdridge, Jefferson. (English). The Sound Thereof. Graft Poetry. March 2017.

Howard, Joanna, & Joanna Ruocco. (English). Field Glass. Sidebrow Books. April 2017.

Nickles, Steve H., & Mary Beth Matthews. (Law). Payments Law (Black Letter Outlines series), 2nd ed. West Academic. April 2017.

Palmiter, Alan R. (Law). Securities Regulation (Examples & Explanations series), 7th ed. Wolters Kluwer. May 2017.

Perdue, Abigail. (Law). The All-Inclusive Guide to Judicial Clerking. West Academic. April 2017.

Solomon, Jeff. (English). So Famous and So Gay: The Fabulous Potency of Truman Capote and Gertrude Stein. University of Minnesota Press, May 2017.

Faculty promotions 2017

Congratulations to Wake Forest faculty who have received promotions, effective July 1.

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