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  • Experts offer differing views on ‘Brexit’: Disaster vs. Long-term Benefit

    Two WFU professors can offer different perspectives on Brexit today: one says "disaster of monumental proportions," other says there could be "long-term benefits."

  • Parenting and happiness in 22 countries

    To better understand why American parents report lower levels of happiness than non-parents, Wake Forest Professor of Sociology Robin Simon and her fellow researchers looked at adults with and without children in 22 other countries.

  • Chemistry major earns Beckman Scholar award

    KyungMin Yoo, a rising junior who is majoring in chemistry, has been selected as Wake Forest’s fifth Beckman Scholar. As part of the Beckman Scholars Program, Yoo will spend two summers working on research related to wound-healing with chemistry professor Mark Welker. She has been working in Welker’s lab for a year.

  • NC Primary Elections: WFU’s John Dinan available

    Wake Forest University politics professor John Dinan says several races in Tuesday’s North Carolina primary elections will attract particular attention.

  • On Father’s Day, Strong Daughters Can Thank Dad

    Research shows the quality of the father-daughter relationship often has a greater impact than a mother-daughter relationship, says Linda Nielsen, Wake Forest University professor and author of “Between Fathers & Daughters: Enriching and Rebuilding Your Adult Relationship.”

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