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Z. Smith Reynolds Library
December 23rd, 2015 | University Announcement
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December 14th, 2015 | Faculty News
Chelcie Rowell, digital initiatives librarian at Z. Smith Reynolds Library, has been named to the American Libraries Association (ALA) Emerging Leader class of 2016.
This program is designed to enable library staff and information workers to participate in project planning work groups, network with peers, gain an inside look into ALA structure and have an opportunity to serve the profession in a leadership capacity early in their careers.
She is being sponsored by the Association for Library Collections and Technical Services (ALCTS).
December 9th, 2015 | University Announcement
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Faculty experts and campus newsmakers who work with the University’s News and Communications office have a new resource available to them when it comes to media interviews.
The news office now operates a fully equipped, professional television studio that is capable of transmitting broadcast-quality HD video to broadcast news media organizations around the world. Now when media seek commentary on timely news topics, faculty and other experts can share their expertise for live and pre-recorded interviews in high-definition with the latest technology right here on campus.
“We are excited to have this resource as part of our media relations arsenal, especially for breaking news,” said Katie Neal, Executive Director, News and Communications. “The studio now makes it possible for us to broadly promote Wake Forest’s range of expertise while quickly and easily meeting the needs of 24-hour news networks and broadcast media outlets.”
The television studio is conveniently located in the heart of campus in Z. Smith Reynolds Library, behind The Bridge.
While the news staff members serve as the main point of contact for media outlets, reporters and producers often reach out directly to individuals. If this happens, the news office asks that those individuals please promptly direct them to a member of the news team to facilitate the request in a timely manner. The entire team can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (336) 758-5237.
The studio was made possible as part of a generous donation from the Clark Family Foundation, as part of Wake Will: The Campaign for Wake Forest.
An open house for faculty and staff will be held in the studio from 3 – 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 21.
Additional information about the studio is available here.
October 2nd, 2015 | Faculty News
Rosalind (Roz) Tedford, director of research and instruction at Z. Smith Reynolds Library, was interviewed, recently, by SAGE Connection about how the library supports the student research process.
The piece is titled, “Connecting with the Community: Roz Tedford on Librarians’ support of the Research Process.”
September 30th, 2015 | University Announcement
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September 30th, 2015 | Staff News
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September 29th, 2015 | Events
The “Being Here: Salaam” project began Sept. 21 at Hanes Art Mezzanine Gallery in Scales Fine Arts Center with an exhibit of photographs by Todd Drake featuring Imam Khalid Griggs, associate chaplain, and other Muslims–many from North Carolina. The exhibit, which draws from Drake’s “Muslim Self-Portrait” series, will continue until Oct. 9. In that exhibit, Griggs is the only member of the Wake Forest campus community featured.
This week, portraits of 12 Wake Forest Muslim students by Drake have been hung across campus on large banners in highly visible locations, such as the atrium at Z. Smith Reynolds Library. On each banner, a student self-identifies in a particular manner. For example, one banner reads “being here as a linguist,” while another reads, “being here as a scientist.”
August 31st, 2015 | Faculty News
This is an annual award of a framed print and a cash award made possible by a grant from DEMCO, Inc. of Madison, Wisconsin, and presented to the librarian who has made significant contributions to promoting the status of African Americans in the library profession. Specific contributions may include, but are not limited to, research and scholarship, recruitment, professional development, planning or implementation of programs, or advocacy (public relations).