This announcement was emailed to students, faculty and staff on March 16 by Wake Forest Communications and External Relations:
A man has been arrested and charged with indecent exposure in connection with a March 14 incident on the paved walking trail that leads from campus to Reynolda Village.
An investigation by the University Police Department led to the arrest on March 16 of 36-year-old Edward Brett Mattingly of Winston-Salem. Mattingly was taken into custody at his residence with the assistance of the Winston-Salem Police Department.
Mattingly allegedly exposed himself to a woman who was running on the trail toward campus at about 7 p.m. on March 14. The woman continued running and called University Police minutes later.
University Police officers searched the area, but did not locate a suspect. The University Police Department continued its investigation until obtaining a warrant for Mattingly’s arrest.
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This is a guest post from the Secrest Artists Series:
On March 22, Branford Marsalis, saxaphone player extraordinaire, will cap the 2017-18 season of the Secrest Artists Series with an evening of improvised music by his internationally recognized jazz quartet. The performance will take place at 7:30 p.m. in Wait Chapel.
One of the world’s foremost musicians in both jazz and classical music, Marsalis has been honored with three Grammy Awards, and cited as a Jazz Master by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Enrich your concert-going experience by joining a pre-performance talk at 6:30 p.m. in Wait Chapel. The talk will be led by Ali Sakkal, who teaches in the University’s Department of Education. It will feature a discussion with Marsalis. Arrive early to get best seats. Doors will open at 6:15 p.m.
Please click here to pre-register for your free tickets. Pre-registering lets us know how many seats will be available for purchase by the Winston-Salem community. Wake Forest University and Medical School faculty, staff and retirees receive free admission for themselves and one guest to each Secrest Artists Series performance. WFU Students receive free admission for themselves. Simply show your WFU I.D. or Medical School I.D. at the door. If you need additional tickets you may purchase them through this website.
Tickets for the community are $5-$24, festival seating. Details here.
Contact Hayden Barnes with questions: email@example.com or 336-758-5757.
On March 15, Kami Chavis, Associate Provost for Academic Initiatives, emailed this announcement to faculty and staff:
Dear Wake Forest faculty and staff,
I am pleased to announce that Dr. Betsy Barre has accepted the university’s offer to serve as our next Executive Director of the Teaching and Learning Collaborative. Betsy joins us from Rice University, where she is currently the Associate Director of their Center for Teaching Excellence.
Trained as a comparative ethicist, Betsy began her academic career as a faculty member in departments of religion and philosophy at two small liberal arts colleges: Marymount Manhattan in New York City and Lake Forest College in Chicago. She transitioned to a hybrid faculty-administrative role at Rice University in 2012, working in their newly developed Program in Writing and Communication. In this role, she taught a series of disciplinary-based first-year writing courses and led pedagogical programming for other faculty teaching within the program. Two years later, when Rice launched a formal teaching center, she was appointed as one of two founding Assistant Directors. And in 2016, she was promoted to Associate Director.
In these positions she developed and oversaw numerous instructional development initiatives, all with an eye toward reshaping the culture of an elite research university to further support, value, and ultimately reward excellent teaching on campus. With this came significant collaboration with key partners across campus to work toward significant organizational and institutional change.
Earlier this year, the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education selected her as the winner of the 2017 Innovation Award for the development of a tool to help faculty, students, and administrators estimate the out-of-class workload assigned in their courses.
Betsy will officially join us on May 14. My sincere appreciation to the search committee for their extensive involvement in this process: Chris Copeland (Divinity), Adam Friedman (Education), Laura Giovanelli (English), Kenny Herbst (Business), Shayla Herndon-Edmunds (Diversity and Inclusion), Alyssa Howards (German and Russian), Tony Marsh (Health and Exercise Science), Ellen Murphy (Law), and Tim Pyatt (ZSR). Many thanks, as well, to Kristi Verbeke who has served as the Interim Executive Director since fall 2017.
Betsy may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please join me in welcoming Betsy to Wake Forest!
Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law
Congratulations to Eranda Jayawickreme, assistant professor of psychology, whose proposal entitled “Strengthening Character Through Challenge and Failure” has been funded by the John Templeton Foundation and by (subaward/subcontract from) Arizona State University.
Congratulations to Daniel Kim-Shapiro, professor of physics, whose proposal entitled “Antidote for inhaled CO poisoning based on mutationally engineered neuroglobin” has been funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and by (subaward/subcontract) the University of Pittsburgh.
Congratulations to David Carroll, professor of physics, whose proposal entitled “Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy for Accelerating Peripheral Nerve Regeneration and Preserving Neuromuscular Junctions” has been funded by the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program (CDMRP) and by (subaward/subcontract from) WFU Health Sciences.
Congratulations to Fred Salsbury, associate professor of physics, whose proposal entitled “Computational Biosciences Support” has been funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and by (subaward/subcontract from) WFU Health Sciences.
Congratulations to Richard Williams, professor of physics, whose proposal entitled “Improvement of Scintillators mainly Experimental WFU subcontract from Lawrence Berkeley National Lab” has been funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and by (subaward/subcontract from) the University of California.
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As you consider opportunities to give during the holiday season, the Chaplain’s Emergency Fund supports Wake Forest community members experiencing financial hardship.
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