Wake Forest stakeholders in CER, Procurement, the LGBTQ+ Center, and the IS Technology Accessibility team have partnered to bring new options to enhance the inclusivity of WFU business cards.
Through Allegra, our stationery supply partner, Wake Forest staff and faculty can now add their personal pronouns and braille embossing to their business cards. You are encouraged to learn more about these options and consider if they fit your needs when making your next business card order.
Because of the high demand for Demon Deacons baseball tickets, Athletics has had to re-evaluate its policies. Faculty and staff still can claim complimentary single-game tickets for themselves and their immediate family members with their WFU ID at the Couch Ballpark ticket office on the day of the game (90 minutes before the first pitch). However, the number of complimentary tickets is now capped at four per ID.
With multiple sellouts expected this season, general admission seating will be limited and tickets will be based on availability. Faculty and staff who would like to guarantee a general admission seat at every home game are encouraged to purchase season tickets by clicking here. Information about faculty and staff access to all athletic events is available here.
Categories: University Announcement
Wake Forest’s Healthy Exercise and Lifestyle ProgramS (HELPS) is now accepting applications for the 2024 spring semester “HWFU” program.
Healthy Weight for You is a six-month program offered to full-time, permanent Wake Forest University employees free of charge. The program is designed to assist and support individuals who want to lose weight but aren’t sure where to start. HWFU is a medically directed, professionally supervised program designed to develop a healthy and active lifestyle utilizing exercise and education programs.
Applications are now being accepted. Weekly group sessions will be held in person on Wednesdays from 11 a.m.-noon starting March 20.
“If All the World and Love Were Young,” originally published in the UK by Penguin in 2019, was hailed by The Times as “a debut fit to compare with Seamus Heaney.” It went on to win the Forward Prize for Best First Collection, as well as the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature and the E. M. Forster Award.
“Cheryl’s Destinies,” also published by Penguin, followed in 2021, further establishing Sexton’s reputation as one of the most exciting voices of his generation. “You won’t have read poetry like this,” wrote Elaine Feeney. “He is a rare talent.” It was shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best Collection and named among the best books of the year by The Financial Times, The Irish Times, and The Telegraph. Wake Forest University Press is proud to reissue both titles in North America.
Learn more about each book on the WFU Press website.
Former U.S. Representative Liz Cheney and Jon Meacham, presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, will be on campus for two Face to Face Speaker Series events on Thursday, Feb. 22 – a student-led conversation and the keynote event.
Tickets sold out early in the season for the Face to Face Speaker Forum keynote event at 7:30 p.m. Complimentary tickets for faculty, staff and students are unavailable.
However, Wake Forest faculty, staff and students are invited to attend the Face to Face student-led event with Cheney at 5 p.m. in Wait Chapel.
The following information below will be helpful if you plan to come.
As you consider opportunities to give, the Chaplain’s Emergency Fund supports Wake Forest community members experiencing financial hardship.
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