Resources for current faculty members
The Faculty Senate of Wake Forest University adopted a resolution related to House Bill 2.
A crowd of almost 13,000 gathered Monday on Hearn Plaza to celebrate the accomplishments of nearly 1,900 graduates in Wake Forest University’s Class of 2016.
Wake Forest University biologist Michael Anderson, who studies the ecology and conservation of African grassland and savannas ecosystems, will be bringing his work to life via Skype for fifth graders at Meadowlark Elementary School on May 12 and 13.
Biology students team up to create a vertical mealworm garden for the Global Biomimicry Design Challenge, an annual competition that addresses critical sustainability issues using nature as a guide.
Field research of free-flying bats conducted in their natural habitats by a WFU biology graduate student shows tiger moths produce ultrasonic signals to warn bats that they don’t taste good. This behavior – called acoustic aposematism – was previously proven in biology professor Bill Conner's lab.