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  • Conservation alliance to focus on Peruvian Amazon deforestation

    Nearly $10 million in support – the largest grant ever received by the University – will help establish an international research center led by faculty experts in the Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability (CEES).

  • Conference on women and girls of color

    On April 29 and 30 the Anna Julia Cooper Center at Wake Forest will host a national gathering focused on advancing justice for women and girls of color, bringing together researchers, practitioners, and policymakers.

  • Beyond Bathrooms

    “I can assure you that Wake Forest University’s commitment to building an inclusive and equitable community is unwavering.” This affirming statement from Wake Forest’s Chief Diversity Officer Barbee Oakes has provided a supportive refrain for LGBTQ students, faculty, staff and visitors since HB2 became law in March.

  • Media Advisory: WFU students receive Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting Fellowships

    (Winston-Salem, N.C. – April 18, 2016) – The Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting has selected Sarah Fahmy and Amanda Ulrich as Wake Forest’s 2016 Pulitzer Fellows. They are the University’s fifth and sixth fellowship recipients. Fahmy, a rising senior majoring in politics and international affairs with minors in film studies and anthropology, will be traveling to Honolulu, […]

  • Media Advisory: Tropical birds develop ‘superfast’ wing muscles for mating, not flying

    Release courtesy of the journal eLife. (Cambridge, UK – Tuesday, April 12, 2016) – Studies in a group of tropical birds have revealed one of the fastest limb muscles on record for any animal with a backbone. The muscle, which can move the wing at more than twice the speeds required for flying, has evolved in […]

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