TechX will take place Feb. 25 between 12-3 p.m. in Room 401 of the Benson University Center. Drop by to see how your colleagues and other campus community members are using technology in a number of creative endeavors across our campus! Click here to mark your calendar!
Be sure to catch one or more of our keynote speakers:
The Canvas Experience
Brian Calhoun, Associate Professor, Education
Frank Whitworth, student, B.S. Computer Science, MESA minor
Laura Brewer, Manager, Learning Platforms, Academic Technology
Strategy Strikes Back – Utilizing a Podcast for Storytelling
Melissa Ringhisen, Military Science
Brianna Derr, Manager, Advanced Learning Projects, Academic Technology
Isn’t That The Old Student Health Building??
Steve Nedvidek, Adjunct Lecturer, Entrepreneurship
Paul Whitener, Assistant Director, Digital Fabrication & Maker Education, Academic Technology
Register to win a door prize and enjoy light refreshments. Check out the TechX web page for more information about the event and details about the keynote speakers!
This is a guest post from the organizers of the Annual WFU Artisans’ Fair:
Seeking a unique gift for family and friends? Then plan to attend the 13th Annual WFU Artisans’ Fair to be held on Friday, Dec. 1, from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. in Benson 401. Twenty-five vendors will show and sell their handcrafted products which include jewelry, woodworking, stitchery, pottery, baked goods, stained glass, etc.
Vendors are listed below:
–Ashley Horn: candles, melts, vinyl decals
–Linda Shaytar: jewelry
–Kathy Martlock: crochet items, paper flowers, etc.
–Gale Newport: baked goods
–George Holzwarth: wooden boxes
–Jane Williams: pottery
–Holly Swenson: wearable art
–Kyle and Laura Denlinger: handmade wooden blocks
–LaDonna Crist: home decor & gift items, WFU logo items, etc.
–Rebecca Fisher: whimsical garden art – bird baths, garden flowers, whimsical glass mushrooms
–Jessica Burlingame: crocheted items including scarves and dishcloths
–J.L. Bolt: wood work
–Kim Bowers: hand made ornaments (vintage, cork, sea shell), paintings
–Ruth Smith: blankets, corn/rice bags, corn toss bags
–Lawrence Smith: stars, food trays, bird houses, wind chimes, Christmas trees
–Bookish Birds (Diana Goldstein and Roz Tedford): book themed ornaments, wreaths, and page art, Wake forest alma mater and fight song ornaments, Wfu page art and notecards
–W. David Link: honey, handmade soaps
–Caroline Moore: jewelry, painted glassware, jewelry boxes
–Brian Calhoun: woodwork products, bird houses
–Lisa Simmons: decorative home products, jewelry
–Stacey Panchyshyn: handmade scarves, Christmas ornaments
–Virginia Christman: photographs, art prints, greeting cards
–Rebecca Mabe Benza: handmade jewelry, hand painted ornaments, hand-dyed scarves & clothing
–Xiaolin Dai: ceramic works
–Brandi Smith: hand painted wines bottles/jars
–Sandra Kokkonos: homemade cookies
–Angela King: sheepskin rugs, wool yarn, felted soap, needle-felted ornaments & upcycled wool clothing.
–Sandy Lail: Christmas ornaments, glassware, small gifts, wreaths, ribbon trees.
–Gloria Stickney: Wake Forest quilts, custom theme-designed memory t-shirt quilts, WFU licensed items
–Pamela Venable: 8″x10″ oil on canvas or board; framed oil landscape and seascapes from either En Plein Air or photo inspired art creations
–Shayla Herndon-Edmunds: handmade bath & body products( lotions, butters, oils, candles)
–Paul Ross: cutting boards
Twenty-one University faculty members will serve as faculty fellows in first-year residence halls in 2017-18.
The faculty fellows program increases faculty-student engagement by promoting informal, regular interactions between students and faculty in the residence halls for first-year students. The program fosters exceptional faculty-student engagement and helps to educate the whole person through enriching the intellectual, cultural, and social lives of the first-year students.
Faculty Fellows work closely with first-year residents throughout the academic year, creating programs, hosting dinners and interacting with students in their assigned residence halls.
2017-18 faculty fellows:
Barbara Lentz, senior fellow (School of Law)
John Friedenberg (Theatre and Dance)
Jed Macosko (Physics)
Erica Still, senior fellow (English)
Michael Lamb (University Scholar)
Al Claiborne (Chemistry)
John Llewellyn, senior fellow (Communication)
Teresa Sanhueza (Spanish and Italian)
Sam Beck (School of Business)
Melissa Jenkins, senior fellow (English)
Eric Carlson (Physics)
Molly Knight (German and Russian)
Ananda Mitra, senior fellow (Communication)
Swati Basu (Physics)
Brian Calhoun (Counseling)
Mark Scholl, senior fellow (Counseling)
Darlene May (Spanish and Italian)
Bernadine Barnes (Art)
Ron Von Burg, senior fellow (Communication)
Alessandra Von Burg (Communication)
Paul Jones (Chemistry)
Alexander Street Press and the American Counseling Association (ACA) just released a video of Sam Gladding, chair and professor of counseling, conducting a 90-minute group counseling session before a live audience at last year’s ACA conference in Cincinnati. The video is titled “Promoting Growth within a Group: Performing in the Here and Now.” This is the sixth training video Gladding has made for ASP, and it will be available as part of the ASP streaming service in the Z. Smith Reynolds Library.
Gladding was assisted by four members of the Wake Forest counseling department: Jose Villalba, Nathaniel Ivers, Brian Calhoun, and Pamela Karr.
“I live in a great department with supportive and cooperative members,” Gladding said. “I am pleased with how the group demonstration went, how the film turned out, and with the wonderful behavior of my colleagues. There was no script, so everything was unrehearsed and ‘live.'”
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