Congratulations to Fred Salsbury, professor of physics, whose proposal entitled “Computational Biosciences Support” has been funded by the National Institutes of Health and by (subaward/subcontract from) Wake Forest University Health Sciences.
Congratulations to Jeffrey Katula, associate professor of health and exercise science, whose proposal entitled “Strategic Grant–U.S. POINTER Study” has been funded by the Alzheimer;s Association and by (subaward/subcontract from) Rush University Medical Center.
Congratulations to Stephen Messier, professor of health and exercise science, whose proposal entitled “Optimizing the value of pain management in knee osteoarthritis patients with comorbidities” has been funded by the National Institutes of Health and by (subaward/subcontract from) The Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Hall, Mark A., Nicholas Bagley, & David Orentlicher. (Law). The Law of Health Care Finance and Regulation, 4th ed. Aspen. November 2018.
Saikia, Yasmin, & M. Raisur Rahman, Eds. (History) The Cambridge Companion to Sayyid Ahmad Khan. Cambridge University Press. March 2019.
Categories: Faculty News
From tattoos to fossils to weather forecasting, Wake Forest University and Wake Downtown are partnering with community organizations and businesses to demystify science with talks at Winston-Salem breweries by local researchers. The talks are part of the international Pint of Science festival.
Pint of Science, an annual event that takes place every May, brings researchers to local pubs and breweries to show the latest happenings in the world of science. The festival began in London in 2013 and has since spread to nearly 300 cities in dozens of countries around the world, providing an informal platform for dialogue between the STEM community and curious members of the public, with no prior subject knowledge required. This is the first year that Pint of Science will take place in Winston-Salem.
Local Pint of Science events following three themes will take place at 6:30 p.m. in three Winston-Salem breweries May 20-22.
The event marks the launch of a new initiative called The Science of Winston Salem (TSO WS), using the arts, popular culture and Winston-Salem’s unique history to enhance the scientific literacy of the community.
Categories: Inside WFU
This announcement was emailed to students, faculty and staff on May 15 by Wake Forest Communications and External Relations:
Wake Forest will conduct tests of its indoor and outdoor emergency alert systems starting on May 21 and continuing through May 24.
The indoor alert systems are scheduled to be tested May 22-24. Potentially, the testing will require less than three days. Testing is scheduled to take place during regular business hours, starting around 8 a.m. and concluding around 5 p.m.
The outdoor alert system is scheduled to be tested on May 21 at 1 p.m.
No action will be required by anyone who hears the announcements made during the tests.
The alerts are part of Wake Forest’s Wake Alert emergency notification system.
More information is available here.
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