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Anderson serves as chair at conference

Nathan AndersonNathan Anderson recently attended the SunGard Higher Education (now Datatel+SGHE) Conference in Las Vegas, where he served as the Summit Program Committee Track Chair for the the Financial Management track. Anderson is a director in Financial Systems and Analysis at Wake Forest.

Datatel+SGHE is the provider of the Banner ERP that is used at Wake Forest. Anderson will serve in the same role for the 2013 conference.

A portion of  the announcement of his appointment to the role in June 2011 said: “Nathan brings a lot of great experience and a strong depth of knowledge of Banner Finance and AR to the position. Nathan has presented at several user conferences, including Summit, and has served as a member of the Banner Finance Customer Advisory Board since its inception.”

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Students explore working at Wake Forest

Senior Rebecca Hinson interviews academic advisor Tiffany Waddell.

Senior Rebecca Hinson interviews academic advisor Tiffany Waddell.

Students in Michele Gillespie’s history class took a closer look at the work of Wake Forest staff and faculty this semester as part of their study of the history of work in America.

For an oral-history project called “Wake at Work,” students interviewed about 20 staff members and professors about their backgrounds and jobs and how their jobs influenced their perception of the American dream. Transcripts of the interviews are now available on the Z. Smith Reynolds Library website. Audio recordings of many of the interviews are also available at the same website.

Using the University as an example of the contemporary workplace exposed students to a variety of jobs before they began their journey back to colonial days to trace how work — individually and collectively — has shaped American history and expectations about the American Dream today, Gillespie said. Read more

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