"Suzanne Reynolds" Archive

Office of the Provost announces faculty retirements

The Office of the Provost has announced the following Reynolda Campus faculty retirements with full retirement dates in July or August of 2020:

School of Business

George Page West, professor


John Friedenberg, associate teaching professor

Brian Gorelick, associate professor

Judy Kem, professor

Rick Matthews, professor

Cathy Seta, professor

Alan Williams, history

School of Law

Kate Mewhinney, professor

Suzanne Reynolds, professor

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September 2016 staff milestones

See a list of faculty and staff milestones in September 2016:

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Law school announces associate dean and faculty promotions

As of July 1, the following Wake Forest University School of Law faculty have been promoted to new or existing positions (full stories available through links): Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Jonathan Cardi; Associate Dean for Research and Public Engagement Kami Chavis; Associate Dean for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Simone Rose; Associate Professor Gregory Parks; and Associate Professor Andrew Verstein.

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Campus Connections to be held Feb. 8

Guest post from the Office of the Provost:

We look forward to seeing you Monday, Feb. 8, at 8:45 a.m. for our first Campus Connections of the new year.

If you are unable to be with us in Benson Center, Room 401, we hope that you will join us over WebEx.

In order to do so, please:

Campus Connections

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Davis named Wake Forest Law's academic dean

davisThe School of Law has named Timothy Davis as executive associate dean for academic affairs.  Davis is John W. and Ruth H. Turnage Professor of Law.

“Soon after Tim arrived in 1998, the whole community knew to rely on his good judgment and sound advice,” Dean Suzanne Reynolds says. “His students love him in and outside of class. His strength of character and his steady demeanor will serve him well in this new role.”

For more information, visit the School of Law website.

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