Film Screening: From the Back of the Line


The Documentary Film Program, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Department of Politics and International Affairs, the American Ethnic Studies Program, and the Latin American and Latino Studies Program are all co-sponsoring a screening of the documentary From the Back of the Line: Voices of the Undocumented on Thursday September 19th, at 7 PM at […] Read more »

Museum of Anthropology Fall 2013 Lectures & Exhibits


The Museum of Anthropology, located on Wake Forest University’s campus, is proud to announce the upcoming lectures and exhibits for the Fall 2013 school semester. To find out more information, click on each event for a drop-down description. Lectures: Effects on Inuit of the European Seal Import Ban, by Inuit lawyer/activist Aaju Peter. September […] Read more »

Internship Opportunities in Nicaragua


The Center for Enterprise Research and Education (CERE) and the Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship Program (ICE) at Wake Forest are co-sponsoring two internship opportunities to work for AMOS Health and Hope, which is a non-profit public health organization in Nicaragua. The two internships are related to AMOS’s┬árural health program: microfinance and sustainability of community pharmacies. […] Read more »

2nd Annual Latino Awareness Week

Latino Awareness Week 2013

The Latin American and Latino Studies Program and the Organization of Latin American Students will co-sponsor the 2nd annual Latino Awareness Week from March 15th through March 19th, with special events designed to spread knowledge as to the challenges and problems faced by the Latino community worldwide held each day throughout the week. The events […] Read more »