This announcement was emailed to students, faculty and staff on Jan. 18 by Wake Forest Communications and External Relations:
In order to promote safety on the Wake Forest University campus, the University is issuing this Timely Warning Notification concerning a possible threat to the community.
The Winston-Salem Police Department and the Wake Forest University Police Department are investigating a student’s report of being assaulted on campus last night, possibly near the Subway on Hearn Plaza.
The incident is reported as occurring between 11:23 p.m. January 17 and 1:50 a.m. January 18.
The University Police Department is requesting information from anyone who might be able to provide more details about the alleged incident. The emergency number for University Police is 336-758-5911; non-emergency is 336-758-5591. A person may provide information anonymously by using the University Police Department’s Silent Witness form.
It is important for all of us to focus on the things that we can all do to keep ourselves and others safe.
The following resources are available to students, faculty and staff for confidential information and support:
Safe Office: [Confidential]
Helpline 24/7: 336-758-5285, Reynolds Gymnasium, B104-107
Student Health Service: [Confidential]
336-758-5218, Lower Level of Reynolds Gymnasium
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center [Confidential]
Medical Center Blvd, Winston-Salem, NC 27157
University Counseling Center: [Confidential]
336-758-5273, Reynolda Hall, Room 117
Office of the Chaplain: [Confidential]
336-758-5017, Reynolda Hall, Suite 8
Chaowei Zhu has been appointed assistant dean for global initiatives in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
Zhu, whose appointment was effective Jan. 1, joined the Graduate School in 2015.
He serves as co-director of the Chinese tracks in the Interpreting and Translation Studies Program in the school. Zhu is also an assistant teaching professor.
“It is a privilege to be part of the leadership team at the Graduate School,” said Zhu. “I have expertise in both business administration and higher education and I look forward to applying my knowledge and experience to advance the Graduate School’s strategic goals and fulfill its educational mission.”
He added that he is “most excited about promoting the Graduate School to attract more talented and diverse students, and looking forward to forging new relationships with many prestigious universities around the world.”
Zhu earned his MBA and doctorate from Renmin Business School at Renmin University of China in Beijing. At Wake Forest, he earned a master’s in intercultural studies in health care.
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The shows will be open to the public. Donations offered during the shows by the local band will support the programs and initiatives of The Shalom Project, based in Winston-Salem.
Each show will at 7 p.m. on Feb. 8 and 9 in Kulynych Auditorium of the Byrum Welcome Center.
The Unbroken Circle is a Wake Forest-based muti-generational band.
For more information, contact The Shalom Project.
Wake Forest and Winston-Salem State University are partnering again to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with events during the holiday weekend. The celebration marks the longest running partnership between the universities.
Events will take place on both campuses, with the first occurring on Jan. 19 when Wake Forest hosts the 10th annual 2019 MLK Day of Service Read-In, which will include a reading activity for children ages 5-11.
On Jan. 21 at Winston-Salem State, CNN political commentator Angela Rye will deliver the keynote speech. Also on that day, at Wake Forest, an invitation-only banquet will be held.
More details are available here.