May 2nd, 2012 | Events
Please join Interim Provost Mark Welker and senior vice president for Finance and Administration Hof Milam for Campus Connections, an opportunity for non-faculty staff to learn about, discuss and provide input about issues at Wake Forest. The event will be Thursday, May 3, from 8:45-10 a.m. in Benson 401.
This month’s Campus Connections will feature:
- Mary Gerardy, associate vice president and dean of Campus Life, who will discuss student life initiatives: The Vibrant Campus, Living Our Values and My Journey.
- Jim Alty, associated vice president of Facilities and Campus Services, who will discuss the planned construction activities for this summer.
- Alex Crist, director, Parking & Transportation, who will share plans for next year’s parking program.
February 23rd, 2012 | Events
Please join Interim Provost Mark Welker and Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration Hof Milam for Campus Connections, an opportunity for non-faculty staff to learn about, discuss and provide input about issues at Wake Forest. The event will be Thursday, Feb. 23, from 8:45-10 a.m. in Benson 401.
This month’s Campus Connections will feature:
- Donna McGalliard, Dean, Residence Life & Housing, who will discuss the residence halls about to go under construction.
- Lynn Sutton, Dean, Z. Smith Reynolds Library, who will discuss how ZSR advances the mission of the University by helping its students, faculty and staff succeed.
- Nate French, Director, Magnolia Scholars Program, who will discuss the Scholars Programs at WFU.
January 31st, 2012 | Staff News
See a list of employment milestones reached by staff in January 2012: Continue reading »
January 26th, 2012 | Staff News
Due to the generous sponsorship of Interim Provost Mark Welker and Senior Vice President for Finance & Administration Hof Milam, the Staff Advisory Council is excited to present staff with an exclusive opportunity for complementary family admission to a WFU basketball game and a pre-game tailgate party.
On Saturday, Feb. 11, join us for a tailgate party at the Last Resort from 1–3:45 p.m., followed by the WFU vs. Clemson game at 4 p.m. There will be food, fun, prizes, t-shirts and other exciting opportunities for staff and their immediate families!
Registration for tickets will begin on January 30 and will end on February 6. TICKETS ARE LIMITED. Requests for tickets are limited to 4 per staff member. We ask that you only request tickets for your immediate family members in order to allow as many staff as possible to enjoy this event. You may register for tickets and get more information at http://sac.wfu.edu or call 758-3224, if you do not have access to a computer.
You can also learn more about this event at the next Staff Advisory Council meeting on January 31, from 9:30-11 a.m. in the PDC classrooms (USB Building). ALL staff are invited to attend these meetings.
We look forward to seeing you on February 11.
December 23rd, 2011 | University Announcement
Dear Colleagues: The Reynolda Campus will be closed for the upcoming Winter Recess. We are pleased to announce that offices will close early, at 3 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 23. Best wishes for a safe and joyous holiday season.
Hof Milam, Senior Vice President for Finance & Administration
Mark Welker, Interim Provost
October 26th, 2011 | Events, Staff News
Join Interim Provost Mark Welker and Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration Hof Milam for Campus Connections, an opportunity for non-faculty staff to learn about, discuss and provide input about issues at Wake Forest. The program will run from 8:45-10 a.m. in Benson 401 on Thursday, Oct. 27. Refreshments will be served.
This month’s Campus Connections will feature Gail O’Day, Dean of the School of Divinity, who will discuss the education of religious leaders for the 21st century and new initiatives at the School of Divinity.
Sara Cromwell of Anthropology will give an overview of the resources and activities of the Museum of Anthropology.
John Wise, the assistant vice president of Hospitality Services, Graylyn & Campus Dining, will discuss an overview of current campus dining initiatives as well as give a sneak peak at the renovation plans for the Mews at Graylyn.
September 23rd, 2011 | Events, University Announcement
Over the summer, parts of Reynolda Hall underwent a transformation to emphasize collaboration and student support. During an open-house event on Sept. 19 to celebrate the changes, President Nathan Hatch recognized that Reynolda Hall has acted as a nexus for all things Wake Forest for 55 years.
“Since the founding of the Reynolda Campus, this building has served as a gathering place for students, faculty, and staff – facilitating an exchange of ideas and fostering the creativity and innovative leadership which has been vital to our University’s success,” Hatch said. “I am heartened by today’s reception that celebrates the renewal of this great building.” Continue reading »
September 15th, 2011 | Faculty News, University Announcement
Message from Mark E. Welker, Interim Provost:
Dr. Lorna G. Moore will be stepping down from her position as Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences when her 5-year term ends on June 30, 2012. During her tenure, Dean Moore, her staff, and our graduate faculty have improved graduate education in a number of areas. Continue reading »
September 14th, 2011 | Events, Staff News
Curious about campus events? Questions about the quad, construction, HR?
Please join Interim Provost Mark Welker and Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration Hof Milam for Campus Connections, an opportunity for all non-faculty staff to learn about, discuss and provide input about issues at Wake Forest University.
Campus Connections, which will take place twice a semester, is a chance to gain a greater understanding of campus issues and university changes, while interacting with other non-faculty staff. Continue reading »
September 2nd, 2011 | University Announcement
As the academic year begins, we want to inform you of the work of the Wake Forest University Campus Assessment, Response and Evaluation (CARE) Team. CARE teams arose on our nations’ campuses after the tragedy at Virginia Tech and other institutions. Our CARE Team serves the Wake Forest University community by assessing, responding to, and evaluating disruptive, troubling or threatening behaviors brought to the attention of the team. The purpose of our team is twofold: to provide a resource to the campus to help with violence prevention and to connect students, staff, and faculty with support resources. Continue reading »