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COVID-19 update for the fall semester

Wake Forest students and employees were notified of the University’s approach to COVID-19 for the fall semester. The full message to the campus community can be read here.

Wake Forest to name campus roads in honor of four trailblazing professors

President Susan R. Wente shared a message with the campus community on July 25, announcing plans to name four roads on the Reynolda Campus in honor of four trailblazing professors: Elizabeth Phillips, Dolly McPherson, Marjorie “Marge” Crisp and Herman Eure. Read the message from the President here and read the news story here.

A Message from President Wente and Provost Gillespie

To the Wake Forest community:

After three years of dedicated service to Wake Forest, Jane Aiken has decided to step away from her role as Dean of the School of Law on July 31, 2022. Dean Aiken will be on a research leave working on issues of the criminalization of the exercise of reproductive rights as Consulting Counsel with National Advocates for Pregnant Women. The issue of criminalization of women’s self-protection is the subject of Dean Aiken’s scholarly writing and teaching for her entire career, and we understand her desire to engage in those issues in a direct way. After this research leave, Dean Aiken will return to the faculty as a University Professor. We look forward to having her back in the Wake Forest community at that time. Read more

Limited water and parking at HS Moore facilities complex from July 18-Aug. 8

Parking, water and sewer service will be impacted at the HS Moore facilities complex from July 18 through Aug. 8 because of work on the sewer tie-in for the McCreary Football complex.

From July 18-22, there will be no water or sewer service to the Landscape and Environmental Health & Safety buildings. Access to the north parking lot will be obstructed, and no truck turnaround will be available. Traffic is encouraged to use the south parking lot entrance of HS Moore to access the lot, and traffic may wish to exit the lot via the construction road by the golf course. There will be no parking on the hill (by the bookstore shed) during this time to reduce congestion.

From July 25-Aug. 8, access to the EH&S building will continue to be limited. Custodial access to storage and access to the boat shed will be impacted.

CBHA Data Security Incident

Dear Colleagues,

In the coming days, you may receive a letter from Carolina Behavioral Health Alliance (CBHA) about a data security incident that may affect you and members of your family.

CBHA, the University’s third-party administrator for behavioral health benefits, informed the University of the incident and has been conducting a formal investigation to determine the scope of the incident and identify who may have been impacted. CBHA notified law enforcement and is working with a forensics firm. To date, they have found no evidence that anyone’s information has been misused. Read more

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