The HELPS TLC program is accepting applications for its next group of participants. That group will begin the program on Feb. 22.
HELPS TLC is a medically directed, professionally supervised “Therapeutic Lifestyle Change” program designed to develop a healthy and active lifestyle utilizing exercise and education programs.
The cost for faculty and staff to participate is covered by Wake Forest.
According to HELPS TLC, participants receive the following:
For more information, contact program coordinator Andrea Cox at 336-758-1996 and firstname.lastname@example.org
Reynolds Gym will be open throughout the Thanksgiving Break.
The hours of operation, posted on the Campus Recreation web site, will be as follows:
Joe Cassidy, executive director of campus fitness and recreation, said faculty and staff may acquire guest passes for family and friends who want to join them at the gym during the Thanksgiving Break.
“Not only would we like to remind faculty and staff that they can bring guests with them to Reynolds Gym & Sutton Center with the purchase of a $5 a day guest pass, but one hundred percent of the proceeds of the sale of guest passes Nov. 22 to 26 will be donated to the Chaplain’s Emergency Fund,” Cassidy said.
Matt Clifford, Associate Dean of Students, Student Conduct, sent the following message to undergraduate students. Faculty and staff are also invited to participate and share feedback as outlined below.
Dear Undergraduate Students,
Welcome back to the start of another academic year. As our continuing students know and new students will come to understand, the undergraduate Student Code of Conduct is a critical document within the student experience. More than just a list of rules, the Code of Conduct describes the values of the institution and the kind of students Wake Foresters aspire to be. At its core, the Code of Conduct outlines minimum expectations for students inside and outside the classroom, the procedures we follow when a student may be in violation, and the range of outcomes that can happen if a student is responsible for a violation.
This year, the Wake Forest community will have an important opportunity to contribute to and shape the Code of Conduct. In the spring of 2017, a broad-based committee of faculty, staff, and students suggested revisions to the Code. The committee was represented by the following individuals, with their affiliations at the time noted in parentheses:
The committee, for whose work I am grateful, has reviewed and suggested revisions to the Student Code of Conduct with the goals of increasing clarity, instituting best practices, and supporting student safety. During the summer, the draft version was reviewed by legal experts with significant experience writing student codes of conduct at other institutions.
This fall, we will provide for a period of public review and comment on these suggested revisions. In short, we will be giving the Code to you for your thoughtful comments and suggestions. Providing feedback on the expectations that significantly shape the student experience is a critical aspect of community engagement, and I invite you to participate through the following ways:
Offer your feedback on the draft revisions
You can review the suggested revisions to the Code of Conduct and make comments on our website. Feedback will only be collected electronically through December 1, 2017.
When leaving a comment, please copy/paste the text you wish to comment upon and keep in mind the following questions:
Attend one of our Code of Conduct listening sessions
We will be hosting several sessions during the fall to discuss various sections of the Code of Conduct, the revisions recommended at this stage, and the rationale behind those suggestions. The schedule is as follows, with all sessions held in Pugh Auditorium unless otherwise noted:
In the spring, the committee will review comments that have been submitted. In some cases, feedback or suggestions may not receive full consideration because they might shift our expectations away from core values and commitments. Feedback and suggestions that contribute positively to the clarity, consistency, and emphasis on safety will be considered for inclusion. After a final document has been created for approval, we plan to hold additional opportunities for students to learn about how we used your feedback.
Again, I hope you participate in this important process by offering your valuable feedback. You can start reading the suggested changes and leaving comments now on our website. If you have any questions about this process, please contact me at email@example.com.
Matt Clifford, EdD
Associate Dean of Students, Student Conduct
A $7.5 million gift in support of the Wake Forest Football program from alumnus Bob McCreary (’61) adds momentum to Wake Forest Athletics’ plans to move forward with a 95,000-square-foot sports performance center.
Wake Forest University President Nathan O. Hatch and Director of Athletics Ron Wellman made the announcement when publicly celebrating McCreary’s longtime philanthropy, which includes more than $15 million in lifetime commitments, at last night’s men’s basketball game.
Q: What do plans for the sports performance center entail?
A: Designed to meet the training needs of more than 350 student-athletes who compete in 18 sports, the four-story sports performance center will be located behind Miller Athletic Center on the Reynolda Campus. The new building will serve as the home for the football program, while featuring a robust strength and conditioning facility that enables multiple athletes in different sports to work out simultaneously, improving upon the current Bob McCreary Strength Complex in Manchester Athletic Center. Additionally, the facility will include space for football coaches’ offices, team meeting rooms and other areas designed to enhance recruiting efforts. There will also be space dedicated to enhancing the nutrition program for all Wake Forest student-athletes with convenient access to nutritional resources and grab-and-go food options.
Wellman said, “Our plans will provide a state-of-the-art space for our sports performance staff to improve every aspect of student-athlete recruitment, competitiveness and overall wellbeing.”
The Reynolda Road entrance to Wake Forest will be closed on Tuesday, Nov. 19, and Wednesday, Nov. 20, from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. because of road repaving by the City of Winston-Salem.
Reynolda Road will remain open during repaving at the entrance.
Throughout both days, the entrance will remain open to pedestrians and cyclists.
Detour signs will direct motorists to the Polo Road entrance to the University. The University Parkway entrance will remain open, too.