Mary F. Foskett, Wake Forest Kahle Professor of Religion and Director of the WFU Humanities Institute, presented the sixteenth annual Poteat Lecture on “Biblical Studies and the Humanities: Reflections on Past Practices and New Directions.” The Hubert McNeill Poteat Lecturer Series was created in 1997 to honor and celebrate our most distinguished faculty for their outstanding academic and scholarly contributions.

Foskett Poteat lecture Foskett Poteat plaque

 

 

 

 

20141202foskett3377Dr. Mary F. Foskett, Wake Forest Kahle Professor of Religion, has been selected as this years Hubert McNeill Poteat Lecturer.  This  Lecturer Series was created in 1997 by former College Dean Paul Escott and Graduate Dean Gordon Melson to honor and celebrate our most distinguished faculty for their outstanding academic and scholarly contributions.

 

Dr. Foskett will lecture on “Biblical Studies and the Humanities: Reflections on Past Practices and New Directions” on Tuesday, April 21.  The Lecturer Series was created to honor and celebrate our most distinguished faculty for their outstanding academic and scholarly contributions.  As a dedicated teacher and scholar, Mary exemplifies the qualities of a worthy recipient of this time-honored faculty recognition.

Dr. Delores Wiley and Boyd Umoja AwardWinston-Salem City Wide Kwanzaa Umoja-Unity Award (for exemplifying the principle of Umoja: “to strive for and maintain unity”),awarded by the Winston-Salem Urban League and Triad Cultural Arts, Inc. December 26, 2014.

Kwanzaa in Winston-Salem opens with plea for justice – Winston-Salem Journal

Habari Gani? – The Winston-Salem Chronicle Winston-Salem Kwanzaa Award 2014