Leadership expert David Styers (’92) collaborates to help with a book series on making the most of constant change, after a crash course in helping orchestras adjust during the pandemic.
Ed Roberson (’01, MBA ‘09) finds his place and new voices in the search to solve the critical land and water issues of a stressed landscape.
A Wake Forest alumnus and botanist became a keeper of secrets for one of the world’s oldest scientific experiments.
Teacher-scholars are posing research questions for their students and guiding them to deeply consider their relationship with the natural world.
From precise botanical illustrations to surprising QR codes, artist Meredith Mulhearn (’01) stays rooted in the natural world.
Carol L. Hanner
Isaac Sims (’75) offered a compassionate ear and help to younger classmates facing challenges in the 1970s.
Kerry M. King ('85)
Retired Army Col. Jay Waters ('87) bikes from coast-to-coast to honor veterans.
Wayland Johnson ('61) remembers the day Wake Forest and Winston-Salem State students changed history.
Filmmaker Chris Hudson (MFA ’18) creates a documentary that delves into the passions driving six decades of cultural fascination with “The Andy Griffith Show.”
Class of the finest: Six Wake Forest Demon Deacons have been named to the Wake Forest Sports Hall of Fame: Cheyenne Woods ('12), golf; Ish Smith ('10), basketball; Cory Parr ('09, MBA...
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President Susan R. Wente's inauguration in Wait Chapel
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Maria Henson ('82)