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  • Wake Forest’s online newsroom gets a dynamic makeover

    Today Wake Forest University introduced a new and improved online newsroom ( to deliver newsworthy content in a visually-compelling, mobile-responsive and easy-to-navigate design.

  • Beyond bathrooms: underscoring inclusive values in light of HB2

    “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.

  • Physics students win prestigious awards

    Undergraduate and graduate students working in Oana Jurchescu's physics research lab earn a Goldwater Scholarship and the Materials Research Society's Gold award.

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News from Inside WFU

  • Meet Wake Forest’s bike-riding parking enforcement officer

    Wake Forest’s newest parking enforcement officer, Kathy Kullman, exudes an overall friendly and approachable demeanor. It’s not her appearance or her personality that sets her apart from other parking attendants. The reason is not difficult to pinpoint: she’s human-powered.

  • Staff Advisory Council elects members

    Wake Forest's Staff Advisory Council (SAC) elected nine new members and re-elected four members in April.

  • Update: New details announced for Staff Appreciation Picnic

    Staff may now register for the Staff Appreciation Picnic planned for June 9. While registration is not required, it helps the Staff Advisory Council and the Office of Wellbeing in preparing for the big event. Hundreds of staff members are expected for the picnic planned for BB&T Field from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on that day.

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