Innovation Works

Introducing Wake Downtown, the new home of our engineering and biomedical sciences programs.

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Adhesive Anthropology

Student stickers have a lot to say.

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Wake Forest News

Recent stories, media resources and faculty experts

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Wake Forest News

Want to win at sports? Take a cue from these mighty mice

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Wake Forest News

WFU researchers studying effects of watching videos of police violence on young black people

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WFU campaign reaches $700 million mark

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Wake Forest Magazine

Where in the world is Bob?

Current issue, latest stories and social

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The Accountant Filmmaker

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Wake Forest Magazine

The Indescribable Dr. Eure

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A Calling

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Looking Up

When Zach Gordon (’16) couldn’t move, faith, family and purpose drove him forward.

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Photo Stories

The Play's the Thing
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Wake Downtown
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Focus on the Forest

The latest from our photo blog.

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Wake Forest in Photos

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Twitter

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Read alumni stories about life and work after Wake Forest!

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Work Forest

We’re changing the world one research project at a time.

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Sawstainability

Old furniture achieves immortality thanks to the efforts of dedicated campus staff.

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