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13th Annual Artisans' Fair to be held Dec. 1

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

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Update: Faculty promotions

This is an update to a previous announcement regarding faculty promotions:

Congratulations to Wake Forest University faculty who have received promotions, recently.

Promoted to full professor:

Miriam Ashley-Ross (Biology)
Michaelle Browers (Politics and International Affairs)
Judy Kem (Romance Languages)
Stephen Murphy (Romance Languages)

Promoted to associate professor:

Michael Anderson (Biology)
R. Jarrod Atchison (Communication)
Tina Boyer (German and Russian)
Hana Brown (Sociology)
Samuel Cho (Physics and Computer Science)
John Dalton (Economics)
Susan Harlan (English)
Sarah Mason (Mathematics and Statistics)
Gregory Parks (Law)
John Ruddiman (History)
Michael Sloan (Classical Languages)
Joel Tauber (Art)
Andrew Verstein (Law)
Christian Waugh (Psychology)
Heiko Wiggers (German and Russian)

Promoted to associate librarian:

Kyle Denlinger
Jeffrey M. Eller

Promoted to teaching professor:

Lynn Book (Theatre/Dance)
Angela King (Chemistry)
Kathryn Levy (Music)
Pat Lord (Biology)
Darlene May (Romance Languages)
Al Rives (Chemistry)

Promoted to associate teaching professor:

Jack Dostal (Physics)
David Hagy (Music)
Adam Kadlac (Philosophy)

Promoted to professor of the practice:

Justin Catanoso (English)
Yasuko Rallings (East Asian Languages)

Promoted to associate professor of the practice:

Brantly Shapiro (Theatre/Dance)

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Faculty promotions announced

Congratulations to Wake Forest University faculty who have received promotions, recently.

Promoted to full professor:

Miriam Ashley-Ross (Biology)
Michaelle Browers (Politics and International Affairs)
Judy Kem (Romance Languages)
Stephen Murphy (Romance Languages)

Promoted to associate professor:

Michael Anderson (Biology)
R. Jarrod Atchison (Communication)
Tina Boyer (German and Russian)
Hana Brown (Sociology)
Samuel Cho (Physics and Computer Science)
John Dalton (Economics)
Susan Harlan (English)
Sarah Mason (Mathematics and Statistics)
Gregory Parks (Law)
John Ruddiman (History)
Michael Sloan (Classical Languages)
Joel Tauber (Art)
Andrew Verstein (Law)
Christian Waugh (Psychology)
Heiko Wiggers (German and Russian)

Promoted to associate librarian:

Kyle Denlinger
Jeffrey M. Eller

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Provost's office spring grants

The Provost’s Office awarded the following grants for spring 2015:

Provost’s Fund for a Vibrant Campus:

  • Amanda Gengler and David Yamane, Health Inequalities: Social Foundations and Social Consequences, $3,360.00
  • Ulrike Wiethaus, Margaret Bender, Ross Griffith, A Cherokee Celebration and Commemoration: President James Ralph Scales and the Cherokee Heritage of Wake Forest University, $5,000.

Provost’s Fund for Academic Excellence:

  • Angela Mazaris, Wake Forest LGBTQ Alumni Conference, $10,000.

Provost’s Fund for Academic Innovation:

  • John Pickel, Art Department Trip to Washington, DC, $6,403.
  • Neil Walls, Muslim-Christian Dialogues: An Egyptian Pilgrimage, $12,000.
  • Kyle Denlinger, ZSRx WakeHistory: A Massive Online Learning Event for Connecting with and Contributing to our Institution’s Story, $20,000.

For more information, please visit http://provost.wfu.edu/current-faculty/faculty-resources/grants-and-funding/

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E-learning at Wake Forest: A Q&A with Kyle Denlinger

kyle.denlinger.175x200The concept of learning is typically thought of as something that happens with strictly tangible objects— with books and papers in a brick-and-mortar building. But with the advent of educational technology, education that is translated through the internet— otherwise known as e-learning— is rapidly gaining pace, not necessarily as a complete replacement for conventional learning, but a supplement to it.

Q: Vision 2020: Charting a Course for Academic Computing at Wake Forest makes three overall recommendations regarding teaching and learning- to align resources, focus our efforts and commit to innovative learning spaces. Where and how does e-learning fit into that?

A: E-learning happens all the time both in and out of the classroom. Professors who deliver content electronically outside of class or who use collaborative or instructional technologies to enhance their face-to-face instruction are engaging their students in at least some form of e-learning. Students who supplement their learning by seeking out materials like YouTube videos or other openly-accessible educational resources are engaging in a kind of informal e-learning. It’s a reality that these technologies are changing how many of us teach and how all of our students learn.

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