Chaowei Zhu has been appointed assistant dean for global initiatives in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
Zhu, whose appointment was effective Jan. 1, joined the Graduate School in 2015.
He serves as co-director of the Chinese tracks in the Interpreting and Translation Studies Program in the school. Zhu is also an assistant teaching professor.
“It is a privilege to be part of the leadership team at the Graduate School,” said Zhu. “I have expertise in both business administration and higher education and I look forward to applying my knowledge and experience to advance the Graduate School’s strategic goals and fulfill its educational mission.”
He added that he is “most excited about promoting the Graduate School to attract more talented and diverse students, and looking forward to forging new relationships with many prestigious universities around the world.”
Zhu earned his MBA and doctorate from Renmin Business School at Renmin University of China in Beijing. At Wake Forest, he earned a master’s in intercultural studies in health care.
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Congratulations to Richard Williams, professor emeritus of physics, whose proposal entitled “Improvements of Scintillators mainly Experimental WFU subcontract from Lawrence Berkeley National Lab” has been funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and by (subaward/subcontract from) the University of California.
Congratulations to Luis Fernandez, assistant professor of biology, whose proposal entitled “PRO-Agua Project: Peru” has been funded by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and by (subaward/subcontract from) the Board of Trustees of Leland Stanford Junior University.
Congratulations to Eranda Jayawickreme, associate 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.
A presentation on the University’s new WakerSpace will be made at the Jan. 8 meeting of the Staff Advisory Council (SAC). Paul Whitener of Information Systems will make the presentation.
The SAC will meet from 9 to 10:30 a.m. in the Z. Smith Reynolds Library Auditorium (Room 404). All staff and others are invited.
WakerSpace is a creative maker space for students, faculty and staff. It is open to all staff and others.
Congratulations to Jack Rejeski, professor of health and exercise science, whose proposal entitled “Mobile Intervention to reduce pain and improve health (MORPH) in obese older adults” has been funded by the National Institutes of Health and by (subaward/subcontract from) Wake Forest University Health Sciences.
Congratulations to Ana Iltis, professor of philosophy, whose proposal entitled “Wake Forest Collaborative Application for an APOLLO Clinical Center” has been funded by the National Institutes of Health and by (subaward/subcontract from) Wake Forest University Health Sciences.
Congratulations to Melissa Harris-Perry, Maya Angelou Presidential Chair, whose proposal entitled “Reporting Across Divide: Telling the Stories of Race and Immigration” has been funded by the Online News Association.
Congratulations to Stephen Messier, professor of health and exercise science, whose proposal entitled “Strength Training and Running Study (STARS)” has been funded by the U.S. Department of Defense.