The Office of the Provost recently announced the following Reynolda Campus faculty retirements (includes 2018 and 2019):
School of Business
Robert Bliss, professor,
Stan Mandel, associate professor of the practice
Sally Barbour, professor
Janice Blackburn, part-time lecturer
Susan Borwick, professor
David Coates, professor (deceased)
Daniel Hammond, professor
Catherine Harris, professor
Donna Henderson, professor
Dilip Kondepudi, professor
Philip Kuberski, professor
Gillian Overing, professor
Todd Torgersen, associate professor
Julian Young, professor
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Susan Smith, associate dean
Ellen Daugman, associate librarian
Lemke, Christiane, & Helga A. Welsh. (Politics & International Affairs). Germany Today: Politics and Policies in a Changing World (Europe Today series). Rowman & Littlefield. December 2017.
Furr, R. Michael. (Psychology). Psychometrics: An Introduction, 3rd ed. December 2017.
Goldschmidt, Tyron, & Kenneth L. Pearce, Eds. (Philosophy). Idealism: New Essays in Metaphysics. Oxford. February 2018.
Pasquarelli, Susan Lee; Robert A. Cole; & Michael J. Tyson, Eds. (Center for Global Programs and Studies). Passport to Change: Designing Academically Sound, Culturally Relevant, Short-Term, Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs. Stylus Publishing. December 2017.
Trachtenberg, Barry. (History). The United States and the Nazi Holocaust: Race, Refuge, and Remembrance (Perspectives on the Holocaust series). Bloomsbury Academic. February 2018.
Harlan, Susan. (English). Luggage (Object Lessons series). Bloomsbury Academic. March 2018.
Shaner, Katherine A. (Divinity). Enslaved Leadership in Early Christianity. Oxford University Press. March 2018.
Smith, Sandra C., & Christopher T. Copeland. (Divinity). Heart of the Enneagram: A Companion for Deepening Personal and Spiritual Growth. Library Partners Press. February 2018.
Wilson, Eric G. (English). Polaris Ghost. Outpost19. March 2018.
Dinan, John. (Politics & International Affairs). State Constitutional Politics: Governing by Amendment in the American States. University of Chicago Press. April 2018.
Gladding, Samuel T. (Counseling). Family Therapy: History, Theory, and Practice, 7th ed. Pearson. April 2018.
Coates, David. (Politics & International Affairs). Flawed Capitalism: The Anglo-American Condition and Its Resolution (Building Progressive Alternatives series). Agenda Publishing. May 2018.
Curtis, Michael Kent, J. Wilson Parker, William G. Ross, Davison M Douglas, & Paul Finkelman. (Law). Constitutional Law in Context, 4th ed. Carolina Academic Press. March 2018.
Hall, Mark A., David Orentlicher, Mary Anne Bobinski, Nicholas Bagley, & I. Glenn Cohen. (Law). Health Care Law and Ethics, 9th ed. (Aspen Casebook series). Wolters Kluwer. February 2018.
Hogan, Sarah. (English). Other Englands: Utopia, Capital, and Empire in an Age of Transition. Stanford University Press. May 2018.
Lee, Wei-chin. (Politics & International Affairs). Taiwan’s Political Re-Alignment and Diplomatic Challenges (Politics and Development of Contemporary China series). Palgrave Macmillan. May 2018.
Library Partners Press, an imprint of Wake Forest’s Digital Publishing Division, has named its inaugural literary awards the Gail O’Day Award and the David Coates Award. O’Day and Coates were distinguished members of the University’s academic community before their deaths in 2018.
The Gail O’Day Award for Poetry recognizes outstanding achievements in poetry. “Throughout her career, Gail O’Day relied on poetry–individual poems and collections alike–to guide her teaching, sermons, and reading life,” according to a Literary Partners Press announcement. O’Day, professor of New Testament and preaching, served as dean of the School of Divinity from 2010 until June 30, 2018. She died Sept. 22.
The David Coates Award for Non-Fiction honors outstanding achievements in non-fiction, including histories, memoir and creative non-fiction. Coates “was an expert on American politics, economy and society, and he was a prolific scholar and author of books, articles, and blog posts on capitalism, immigration, and presidents,” according to the announcement. At Wake Forest, he was Worrell Professor of Anglo-American Studies. He died Aug. 7.
This announcement was e-mailed to faculty, staff and students on Aug. 16 by Wake Forest Communications and External Relations:
A memorial service for David Coates, Worrell Professor of Anglo-American Studies, will be held October 2 at 4 p.m. in Brendle Recital Hall.
Dr. Coates died August 7 in Asheville after an illness.
A story about Dr. Coates appears in the online Wake Forest Magazine. An obituary is expected to appear at a later date in the Winston-Salem Journal.
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This announcement was e-mailed to students, faculty and staff on Aug. 7 by Wake Forest Communications and External Relations:
We are saddened to announce that David Coates, Worrell Professor of Anglo-American Studies, died today, August 7, in Asheville after an illness.
Dr. Coates joined Wake Forest’s faculty in 1999 after holding chairs at universities in England, where he was born and educated. A U.S. and foreign policy expert, he was a prolific author of numerous books, articles and blog posts on politics, history and economics. He was frequently interviewed by national and international news organizations on a wide range of topics, including liberal politics and elections.
We grieve Dr. Coates’ death and extend our condolences to his family and friends, as well as those at Wake Forest who had the opportunity to know him.
Information about a service for Dr. Coates will be announced to faculty, staff and students once his family has finalized arrangements.
Wake Forest offers support and counseling services for all students, faculty and staff. The Counseling Center may be reached at 336-758-5273, the Chaplain’s Office at 336-758-5210. For faculty and staff, there is also the Employee Assistance Program at 336-716-5493.