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Provost Office grants announced

This is a guest post from the Office of the Provost:

The Provost’s Office is pleased to announce the following grants for Spring 2016

Nathan and Julie Hatch Research Grant for Academic Excellence

Stephanie Koscak, Royal Subjects: Mass Media and the Reinvention of Reverence in England, 1649-1760, Week at the Summer Research Institute , Harris Manchester College, Oxford University

Provost’s Fund for Academic Innovation

Melissa Harris-Perry, Marianne Magjuka, Dani Parker, Fahim Gulamali, Pro Humanitate Institute, Wake the Vote, Part II

Amanda Gengler, Sociology, Food & Inequality in Global Context

Steve Virgil, Law; John Senior, Divinity, Public Leadership and Professional Identity

Provost’s Fund for Academic Excellence

Mike Green, Law, World Tort Law Society: Comparative Study of Liability Law for Road Traffic Accidents

Tanya Zanish-Belcher, Z. Smith Reynolds Library, University Archives Research Internship

Morna O’Neill, Art, Lost Art: Photography and Display

Provost’s Fund for a Vibrant Campus

Katie Wolf, Hanes Art Gallery, Alexander T. Oleksyn: The Confined Line

Provost’s Grant for Academic Excellence

Jeff Eller, Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Saving Born Digital ebooks in Libraries

Olga Valbuena, English, Southeastern Renaissance Conference – Shakespeare Quadricentennial 

Lucas Johnston, Religion, Placing Pedagogy: Teaching Religion and Nature in the South

March 2016 staff milestones

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February 2016 comings and goings

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Comings

Allman, Lindsay; Assistant Coach; Athletics: Volleyball – Women

Ashley, Dylan; Server; Graylyn: Food Services

Avery, Sarah; Bartender; Graylyn: Food Services

Bennett, Sr., James Franklin; Transportation Assistant; Graylyn: Guest Services

Benson, Elisabeth; Bartender; Graylyn: Food Services

Booth, Katherine Elizabeth; Health Law & Policy Res Fellow; Law: Instruction

Bowling, Paul Dalton; Cook; Graylyn: Food Services

Clifton, Kaleb; Maintenance Technician; Graylyn: Maintenance

Devonmille, Laura Maurer; Assistant Director; Finance Systems

Gaofhiwe, Dineo Hilda; Study Aboard Advisor; Global Abroad Programs

Gould, James Fredrick; Groundskeeper; FACS: Landscaping Services

Hackett, Tabitha Chrystal; Server; Graylyn: Food Services

Hart, Sonya Renee; Communications Officer; University Police

Jackson, Claretha; Custodian; Reynolda House: Facilities

Jones, Joel Gregory; Recruiting Assistant; Athletics: Football

Lea, Clark Dowell; Assistant Coach; Athletics: Football

Moore, Bryce A.; Security Officer LJVM; University Police

Rives, Peter Elliott; Assistant Director; Health Promotion

Rothrock, Cody Dylan; Turf Technician; Athletics: Turf Management

Smith, Madison Marie; Bartender; Graylyn: Food Services

Goings

Berry, Courtney Whicker; Bioethics

Bullock, Derek M.; FACS: Construction

Cox, Phillip; Health & Exercise Science

Debevoise, Anne Katherine Evangelista; Library – ZSR

Diallo, Aminata Alou; Parking & Transportation

Elkazaz, Salwa Salah; Chemistry

Gagliano, Jason Michael; Physics

Hinson, Yvonne Leigh; WFUSB-Instruction

Jones, Stacy Hope; Law: External Affairs

Lail, Aaron Van; FACS: Custodial Services

Odom, Kasey Maxcy; Advancement:University Events

Pinckney, DeeDe; OPCD: Career & Professional Dev

VanEaton, Hawanna R; FACS: Custodial Services

Wall, Brigham L.; Advancement: National Major Gifts

White, Elizabeth Bost; Advancement: VP Office

White, Elizabeth M.; Financial & Accounting Service

Wise, Keith M.; FACS: Maintenance & Utilities Oper.

Political event to be held on campus March 13

This message was emailed by Communications and External Relations to students, faculty and staff on the evening of March 12:

Former President Bill Clinton is planning to visit the Reynolda Campus tomorrow (March 13) to campaign for his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

President Clinton is expected to attend a Get Out the Vote event at 3:45 p.m. on Sunday in the Wake Forest University School of Law Professional Center Library. The event is open to the public; however, space is limited and access is not guaranteed. Doors will open at 3:00 p.m.

The event is organized by the Hillary Clinton campaign.

Traffic on and around the Reynolda Campus is expected to be heavy Sunday afternoon. Due to the number of visitors anticipated, the University encourages students, faculty and staff not planning to attend the event to avoid the area around Worrell Professional Center throughout the afternoon.

February 2016 faculty and staff milestones

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January 2016 comings and goings

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‘Truth, Lies, and Politics’ panel discussion to be held Feb. 16

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A panel discussion called “Truth, Lies, and Politics” will be  held at 7 p.m. Feb. 16 in Wait Chapel.

The panel’s moderator will be Melissa Harris-Perry, Presidential Endowed Professor in Politics and International Affairs.

Panelists will include:

  • Naomi Oreskes – Professor of the History of Science and Affiliated Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard University
  • Anthony Appiah – Professor of Philosophy and Law at New York University
  • Dan Kahan – Professor of Law and Psychology at Yale Law School

The panel discussion will focus on various topics, including the impact of media in our democracy and citizens’ obligations to be informed about issues such as the human impact on climate change or the causes of economic inequality.

This event is free and open to the public and is co-sponsored by the Office of Sustainability; the Center for Energy, Environment & Sustainability; Department of Philosophy and the Thomas Jack Lynch Philosophy Fund; Department of Psychology; School of Law; Department of Politics and International Affairs; Department of Communication; Wake the Vote; College Democrats; The Arch Society; and The Euzelian Society.

For more detailed information, please visit the event page.

Hopkins receives ‘Dare to Make a Difference’ award

Beth Hopkins, the Director of Outreach at the Wake Forest University School of Law, in the Worrell Professional on Friday, July 23, 2010.Beth Hopkins, director of outreach and professor of practice in the School of Law, was honored with the Martin Luther King Jr. “Dare to Make a Difference” Award in recognition of her efforts for human and civil rights on Jan. 18 at the Benton Convention Center.

Since 1981, an observance has been held annually at noon to commemorate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., according to event founder Mütter D. Evans, former owner and general manager of WAAA Radio, who continues to organize it.

This year’s event featured Congresswoman Alma Adams of North Carolina’s 12th District as the keynote speaker.

Three individuals — Hopkins, Nigel D. Alston and Rodney Sumler (posthumously) — were honored with the MLK “Dare to Make a Difference” Award in recognition of their efforts for human and civil rights.

January 2016 faculty and staff milestones

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December 2015 comings and goings

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