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Comings and goings for November 2017

See a list of employees joining and leaving the University in November 2017:

Comings

Barbee, Russell LaMar; Police Officer; University Police
Bowen, Caroline; Coord, Territory Development; Advancement: National Major Gifts
Chakraborty, Debajit; Postdoctoral Research Assoc; Physics
Clarke, Jillian; Parking Enforcement Officer; Parking & Transportation
Doolittle, Christa Kay; Administrative Assistant; Art
Ford, John Phillip; Technical Assistant; Brendle Recital Hall
Gentry, Matthew Ryan; Multimedia Technician II; IS: Administration
Hansen, Chad Dwight; Additional Comp Faculty; Law: Master in Study of Law
Mitchell, Anna Yvette; Assistant to the Dean; Admissions: Undergraduate
Nelson, Indina Latria; Housekeeper; Graylyn: Rooms
Odell, Alisha Rochea; Server; Graylyn: Food Services
Pate, Antonio Demont; Dishwasher; Graylyn: Food Services
Porter, Corin E; Coord, Territory Development; Advancement: National Major Gifts
Powers, Frances Vaughn; Administrative Coordinator; WFUSB-Undergrad Summer Mgt Prog
Sells, George Franklin; Tennis Center Assistant; Athletics: Indoor Tennis Ctr
Sheridan, Margaret Louise; Academic Counselor; Dean of Wake Forest College
Speaks, Jodi Lynn; Group Fitness Instructor; Fitness Center
Svete, Jill Marie; Technology & Data Analyst; OPCD: Career & Professional Dev
Taylor, Shane Ulysses; Asst Dir of Student Engagement; Student Engagement

Goings

Bondurant-Clark, Shannon; Reynolda House: Security
Carver, Sarah Virginia; Reynolda House: Security
Clark, Andrew Lee; Graylyn: Guest Services
Cunningham, Lelia Ouida; Reynolda House: Security
Dovico, Adam; Education
Elmore, Alisa Jan; Admissions: Undergraduate
Mc Rae, Tabitha Angier; Student Health Service
McKinney, Jason Schachter; Reynolda House: Security
Miles, Ryan Patrick; Law: Admissions
Rainey, April Sunshine; Fitness Center
Rickert, Jeffrey David; Reynolda House: Security
Ruble, Kimberly Dawn; Center for Leadership and Character
Singleton, Bradley Reynard; Intercultural Center
Wedde, Margaret Ramsay; College: Academic Support

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Comings and goings for August 2017

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President to present State of the University Address Nov. 10

President Nathan Hatch will deliver his annual State of the University Address, at the invitation of the Faculty Senate and Senate President James Cotter, on Thursday, Nov. 10 at 3 p.m. in Brendle Recital Hall.

The Senate invites all faculty, staff and students to attend as President Hatch reflects on the past decade, speaks about Wake Forest today, and anticipates opportunities and challenges ahead.

A reception will immediate follow in the lobby of Brendle Recital Hall, to which all are invited.

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Secrest Artists Series presents Orlando Consort: "Voices Appeared: Silent Cinema and Medieval Music - The Passion

orlando.consort.insideThis is a guest post from Secrest Series:

Experience a stunning evening of film and music that blends the riveting last days of Joan of Arc with vocal music from her time. On Thursday, April 7the Secrest Artists Series welcomes early-music vocal ensemble Orlando Consort. They will create a live musical soundtrack to one of the classics of the silent cinema— Carl Dreyer’s “The Passion of Joan of Arc.”

Enrich your concert experience by joining our pre-concert talk at 6:40 p.m. The talk will be led by Woody Hood, director of film studies and professor of communication at Wake Forest.

The performance will begin at 7:30 p.m.  It is entitled, “Voices Appeared: Silent Cinema and Medieval Music–The Passion of Joan of Arc” with the Orlando Consort.

In October, The New Yorker selected Orlando Consort’s performance as the thing to do that weekend. The New York Times hails performances by the ensemble as “… staggeringly beautiful.”

Wake Forest faculty, staff and retirees receive free admission for themselves and one guest. Students receive free admission for themselves. Simply show your WFU I.D. at the door.

Tickets are $5-$18 for members of the community. Tickets and more information at secrest.wfu.edu or 758-5757.

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Series presents performance of complete Beethoven Trios

Trio2013_by DanielAshworthThe University’s Secrest Artist Series will host musicians David Finckel, Philip Setzer and Wu Han in a performance of the complete Beethoven Trios in a two-night special event on February 17 and 18 in Brendle Recital Hall.

Cellist David Finckel, violinist Philip Setzer and pianist Wu Han are renowned as one of the world’s finest piano trios. Finckel spent more than 30 years with the famed Emerson String Quartet, Setzer is a founding member of the Emerson, and Han has an outstanding career as an orchestral soloist and chamber player.

The Secrest Signature Pre-Concert talk will begin at 6:40 p.m. before each performance, focusing on the music of that night. Both Pre-Concert talks will be given by Associate Dean and Professor of Music David Levy. His recent research has focused on the “late” Beethoven quartets and he is working on a book on the symphonies of Beethoven.

Wake Forest faculty, staff and retirees receive free admission for themselves and one guest. Students receive free admission for themselves. Simply show your WFU I.D. at the door.

Tickets for one or both performances are $5-$30 for members of the community. Tickets and more information at secrest.wfu.edu or call 758-5757.

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