Congratulations Dr. Sherri Lawson Clark, Associate Professor of Anthropology and AES associate faculty for receiving the “Building the Dream” award. This award is presented every year by Wake Forest University and Winston Salem State University to faculty, administrators or students who exemplify Dr. King’s qualities and promote diversity withing our communities. Please follow the link […]
Please, join us for a panel on current issues and debates about immigration and U.S. politics featuring remarks by Politics and International Affairs Professors Betina Wilkinson and Peter Siavelis followed by a discussion. This event will take place on Thursday, October 19, from 5-6pm at the ZSR Library 4th. floor Auditorium. Sponsored by Pi Sigma […]
Dr. Andrea Benjamin, Assistant Professor of Political Science at UNC Chapel Hill, will visit Wake Forest University for a presentation of her book “Racial Coalition Building in Local Elections” on Wednesday, October 18 starting at 5:30 pm in Kirby Hall, room 120. In this book, Dr. Benjamin explores the voting behavior of Blacks and Latinos and the […]
HOLAA (Hispanic/Latino Alumni Association) will host a reception on Friday, September 15 at 7:00 pm at the Pro-Humanitate Institute (2599 Reynolda Rd.). You can register online at: http://homecoming.wfu.edu/
Please, join us for a lecture by Dr. Cheryl Greenberg, PaulE. Raether Distinguished Professor of History at Trinity College, on Black-Jewish Relations & Why It Matters – Now More Than Ever.The event will take place on Sunday, September 10 at 2:00 pm, followed by a reception at the Kulynych Auditorium in the Byrum Welcome Center.
What would potential repeal of the Affordable Care Act mean for North Carolina? Hana Brown, associate professor of sociology at Wake Forest University, says it would be disastrous. Brown studies the political consequences of social inequality and state welfare policymaking. She says: “The repeal of Obamacare will have disastrous human and financial costs for North […]
Calling all First Years and Sophomores! If you want to build inclusive communities and have a voice in shaping programs and events, consider applying to be an Intercultural Ambassador. Intercultural Ambassadors will actively support the mission of The Intercultural Center by enhancing the experience of students from domestic and international underrepresented groups and fostering an […]
Artist Gabriel García Roman will present a talk about Queer Icons on Tuesday, February 28 at Davis Chapel. A reception will take place from 5:00 – 6:00 pm, followed by his presentation. Sponsored by LGBTQ Center, Pro-Humanitate Institute, the Department of the Study of Religions, Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies Department, the Intercultural Center and […]