The following is a message from President Nathan Hatch and Provost Rogan Kersh:
We are pleased to announce that the search for a Vice President for Campus Life has been successfully concluded and we will be able to introduce to you this individual on Monday, Feb. 18, at 9 a.m. at a welcome event to take place in the Green Room, Reynolda Hall. We hope you will be able to stop by and be part of this announcement and welcome.
As co-chairs of the Vice President for Campus Life Search Advisory Committee, we know we speak for all of the members of the committee in saying how excited we are about this important appointment. The advice and input from the committee members were critical throughout the process. Members of the search advisory committee were: Wake Forest Student Affairs Fellow Kristen Bryant, Vice President for Career Development Andy Chan, Associate Provost Jennifer Collins, Dean Jacque Fetrow, Professor and Faculty Senate Representative Sam Gladding, Special Projects Administrator Meghan Haenn, Professor Katy Harriger, Professor Jed Macosko, Director of Multi-Cultural Affairs Alta Mauro, Student Trustee Jim O’Connell, and Professor David Yamane.
We hope you can join us on Monday morning to meet and welcome our new Vice President for Campus Life.
Dear Wake Forest Community,
Early this month, I shared plans for three advisory committees to lead Wake Forest in discussions of important topics: Commencement Speaker Advisory, Chick-fil-A Campus Dialogue and Vice President for Campus Life Advisory. Today, I am pleased to announce the faculty, staff and students who will serve on them this year.
The committees and members include: Read more
Categories: University Announcement
Mike Odom, assistant athletic director for Marketing/Special Projects, and Meghan Haenn, assistant director of Campus Life, have received a $10,000 “Great Plays” grant from Miller Coors.
The grant funds will be applied toward reducing harmful and dangerous alcohol consumption at football games for the 2012 season.
Athletics and Campus Life will be collaborating to provide bystander intervention training and peer-to-peer substance abuse education and will continue the successful “Class of the Finest” event for seniors held before the last home football game of each season.
Categories: Staff News
Thanks to Mary Gerardy, Mike Ford and Meghan Haenn for going above and beyond to be a resource for our students, particularly those in their first year. Each of them have been incredibly helpful to our Parent Programs office in connecting students to others on campus for advice and counsel. Through their good work, they have helped parents see how much we care for our students. — from Betsy Chapman, Associate Director, Parents Programs
Categories: Dedicated Deacons